UW-Green Bay Athletics Director, Charles Guthrie says in the rare quiet times of college athletics, leaders need to be reflective and think strategically. He penned a piece for the Collegiate Coaching Consortium. Read it here.
Students to compete at State Solo Ensemble hosted by UW-Green Bay were featured in the Iron Mountain Daily News.
As students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Wyatt Smet, Garriet Kanis and Zach Zeutzius had an easy time coming up with an idea for the Campus Student Business Idea Contest — an idea that took first place in the contest held a few weeks ago. “When we were asked to come up with an […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs) was featured as a guest on “White House Considered Sending Asylum Seekers To Sanctuary Cities” on WPR. Listen here.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) joined the discussion following the announcement of Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Green Bay set for Saturday, April 27, 2019. “Democrats clearly think that Wisconsin is a swing state that needs to be won in the 2020 election,” he said. Helpap said the crowded field of […]
A group of more than a dozen Native American students from Lawrence University and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay spent a week creating a mural on the north-facing wall of Lawrence University’s Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center that was unveiled Thursday. Wisconsin Public Radio has the story.
Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) was quoted in the Fox 11 story “Wisconsin’s sometimes red, sometimes blue in presidential elections.”
All 13 colleges within the UW System, including UW-Green Bay, have joined an initiative that allows them to compare and share data about campus sexual harassment and assault with other universities around the country. At UW-Green Bay, students take required online courses to learn about sexual assault, harassment and dating violence. “It opens the doors for doing […]
The Teaching Press at UW-Green Bay launched on April 4, 2019 with an inaugural book, Tim Weyenberg’s The Village and the Vagabond. The Teaching Press, a new, student-managed printing house on campus, seeks to showcase northeastern Wisconsin voices. The Door County Pulse has more.
Joseph Jai Sung Yoo will be joining the UW-Green Bay Communication faculty as an assistant professor. The Comm Voice covered the new faculty development, saying that the new addition plans to further develop the sports communication program at UW-Green Bay. “I love to conduct research and love to teach about sports. I want to connect sports and […]