Senior graduate student and member of the Green Bay women’s basketball team, Mehryn Kraker was named the Horizon League’s Winter Scholar-Athlete of the Season.
Crossroads at Big Creek in Door County has hosted astronomy courses for UW-Green Bay continuing education and the Lifelong Learning Institute (formerly LIR). The Green Bay Press-Gazette has more.
“Winning a conference championship is never easy, but of the 19 straight Horizon League regular-season titles won by the UW-Green Bay women, this season’s might have been one of the more difficult ones,” reports Scott Venci of the Green Bay Press-Gazette on March 21. Read his perspective on a more competitive league, and the team that […]
The Green Bay Press-Gazette interviewed singer Daya, who will be making her way to UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center Saturday, March 25. The 18-year-old won her first Grammy award this year and is headlining a 25-plus city tour. UW-Green Bay is the only campus stop she will be making.
Associate Prof. Michael Draney (Biology) was featured in an hour-long segment on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin Show. He discussed his expertise in spiders and the new study that reports spiders worldwide eat 400 to 800 million tons of insects per year. That is the equivalent weight of 85 million elephants. Listen to the piece Credit […]
Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio Monday, March 20, speaking about research proving that wearable fitness devices like a Fitbit aren’t necessarily making people healthier than they would be if they weren’t using a wearable fitness tracker at all. Listen to the piece Your Fitbit Might Not Be Making You […]
Green Bay Press-Gazette sports reporter Scott Venci makes a good point… Any time the Phoenix makes the NCAAs, its season is all but guaranteed to end with a loss. (Such was the case against Purdue last week). But it also has a way of making a lasting impression as a group that refuses to give […]
State Senator Dave Hansen (D-Green Bay) announced a senate resolution honoring the accomplishments of the Green Bay women’s basketball team. “Enough cannot be said about the UWGB women’s program,” he said. “They are one of the best programs in the country year in and year out and a great source of for our university, our […]
The Indy Star takes a look at Green Bay women’s basketball who will be facing Purdue in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Friday, March 17 at South Bend. Mehryn Kraker, the espnW Mid-Major Player of the Year, averages 17.4 points and shares the team lead in assists (118) with Jen Wellnitz. In addition, […]
Black Violin performed at the Weidner Center last weekend, and critic-at-large Warren Gerds had plenty to say about the performance. “The sound of Black Violin is about energy and beat, and often a message is close by,” he said. “The group’s existence in essence is a message. Marcus speaks of having met Baptiste 21 years […]