Four of the seven Golden Apple Winners have connections to UW-Green Bay. The Green Bay Press-Gazette featured April White, a teacher at Suamico Elementary who received a teaching certification from UW-Green Bay.
Green Bay Preble teacher Larry Laraby ’98 and ’07 (English and Master’s in Applied Leadership) almost had an entirely different story to tell. If his high school counselor had given up on him, he would never have pursued college, gone into teaching of claimed his Golden Apple Award. See more in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Superior native Jessica Lindstrom will have a shot at making a WNBA roster. Despite going undrafted, the former Green Bay women’s basketball forward was invited to the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks training camp, she tells Lindsey Pallares of ABC-TV affiliate WBAY in Green Bay. Watch more.
He’s highlighting URSCA this week, and UW-Green Bay Mathematics student Sam Hunt made the Green Bay Press-Gazette, as well, this week. “The New Zealand native continues to amaze with his winning business ideas. Last year, Hunt was a winner in the UWGB Student Business Idea Contest with a social enterprise startup offering affordable, local and organic […]
UW-Green Bay’s Comm Voice featured alumnus Wes Hodkiewicz ‘ 10 (Communication) who is now a staff writer for the Green Bay Packers website, Packers.com. Read the feature.
A sophomore with an interest in animal biology, Mikayla Mork of Sheboygan is the focus of UW-Sheboygan’s student spotlight for the month of April. A 2016 graduate of Sheboygan North High School, she plans to transfer to UW-Green Bay to complete her degree.
In Warren Gerds, critic-at-large, reviews and previews this week, is Silent Sky, a UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance play, explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries, when women’s ideas were dismissed until men claimed credit for them. Leavitt and her female peers were dedicated to social and scientific progress. […]
April Moran ’97 (Elementary Education) has taught 4- and 5-year-olds at Cormier School & Early Leaning Center for more than 20 years. This year, she is one of seven recipients of a Golden Apple Award. See the story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Riley Woldt ’97 (Human Development) has been hired as the head women’s basketball coach at Lawrence University. “Woldt has served as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Midwest Conference rival St. Norbert College since 2007. Woldt will begin his job at Lawrence on Wednesday. Woldt started his college coaching career at Lawrence as an […]
“Coming into her freshman season at UW-Green Bay, Kayla Schwebke had tempered expectations. The four-year standout at Laconia High School figured she would be eased in a bit to the college game and hoped that over the course of her first season with the Phoenix, she would work her way into some consistent innings. That […]