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Fox-11 profiles Outstanding Student honoree Spude

Fox-11 did a nice job in capturing Saturday’s commencement for Jared Spude, the political science and Public Administration major selected Outstanding Student of UW-Green Bay’s May 2015 graduating class. They interviewed both Spude, a National Guard staff sergeant who enrolled at UWGB after a tour of duty in Afghanistan, and veterans services coordinator Elaina Koltz. […]

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P-G: Scoreboard an issue at Resch

The Green Bay Press-Gazette is previewing a County Board vote on a $1 million upgrade to the Resch Center video board this week by saying it could help determine if the Phoenix men’s basketball team continues to play at the Resch. The P-G reports that the contract between UWGB and PMI management allows the Phoenix […]

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ABC, NPR call on Draney to explain ‘spider rain’

A small Australian town was hit with a rain of falling spiders and their silk that practically piled up in drifts, and ABC News online wanted to explain the phenomenon to its readers and viewers. They talked to two American arachnologists, including Prof. Michael Draney of the Natural and Applied Sciences program at UW-Green Bay. […]

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You magazine ‘covers’ Kate Green

Proud UW-Green Bay graduate and Weidner Center Executive Director Kate Green is the focus of the cover and lead article of this month’s You magazine published by Press-Gazette Media. The piece opens with a cute story about how she got her foot in the door at the Weidner 20 years ago as a valet, mainly […]

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Tax collection update brings sobering news

Wisconsin tax collections won’t grow beyond earlier projections, state lawmakers were told Wednesday. Gov. Scott Walker and legislators had been saying for months that they were hopeful revenue gains would make it possible to dial back some of cuts to K-12 schools and the University of Wisconsin System proposed in the governor’s initial budget plan. […]

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Broadway partnership with GBPD is actually twice as good as advertised

In our most recent issue of the Log newsletter, we linked to Green Bay Press-Gazette coverage of a new Police Department initiative reaching out to residents in the South Broadway neighborhood in a way that involves surveys and analysis by Urban and Regional Studies faculty and students. Actually — and the article didn’t mention it […]

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GBPD partners with Psychology, Urban/Regional on helping neighborhood

The Green Bay Press-Gazette is reporting on a new initiative by the Police Department to reach out to residents in the South Broadway neighborhood in a new way that involves UW-Green Bay. The GBPD is partnering with the academic programs in Urban and Regional Studies, and Psychology, to assess needs and make recommendations. Interns are helping […]

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Student in Strategic Philanthropy course writes about Thursday’s award event

Laura Schley, a UW-Green Bay student enrolled in Associate Prof. Lora Warner’s Strategic Philanthropy course, contributed a column to the Press-Gazette in which she invites members of the community to attend the course’s award presentation at 4 p.m. Thursday (May 7) in the Union’s Christie Theatre. Students work throughout the semester to decide which nonprofit […]

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About 40 apply for voluntary separation at UW-Green Bay

The Green Bay Press-Gazette provided its readers an update Wednesday on the status of UW-Green Bay’s Voluntary Separation Incentive Program inviting employees over the age of 55 with five years of service to consider early separation. The program is being explored as a potential cost-saving measure in the face of an anticipated multi-million-dollar cut in […]

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Gerds reviews ‘The Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway’

The UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance program enters the second half of the two-week run of the world-premiere play “The Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway” with shows at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday through Saturday (April 30-May 2). Critic-at-large Warren Gerds reviewed an opening-weekend performance and allowed that the newly finished comedy/drama by New York playwright […]

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