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UW-Green Bay camps featured in Press-Gazette story on summer learning loss

UW-Green Bay summer camps once again made the front page of the Green Bay Press-Gazette this weekend, with a centerpiece photo from last week’s middle school music camp and an interview with camps director Mona Christensen. The story’s topic was summer learning loss, the phenomenon of K-12 students losing some of their academic skills during […]

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Alum, Adidas Group exec King profiled in ‘The Oregonian’

UW-Green Bay alum and new Adidas Group North America president Mark King talks leadership, optimism and the future in a Friday (July 18) story in The Oregonian. The former CEO of TaylorMade-adidas Golf moved to Portland, Ore. in May to assume his new role and some of the challenges that go with it. The story […]

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In the news: Kujawa talks campus notification with NBC 26

NBC 26 ran a story Monday (July 14) about a “banned from campus” notification that was sent out last week. Reporter Megan Lowry spoke with University Police Chief Tom Kujawa, who said it’s important to keep the campus community informed. “It’s a great opportunity for us to proactively reach out to campus and say, ‘hey, […]

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Jones offers perspective for story on proposed GB schools grade changes

Admissions’ Jennifer Jones offered some perspective Monday (July 14) for an NBC 26 news story on proposed changes to the Green Bay School District’s grading system. The district is considering adding plus and minus grades to a framework that currently allows only full letter grades, saying it may even the playing field for students who […]

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More coverage for alum Zwicky ‘97, Green Bay’s skateboarding cop

We told you here recently about 1997 UW-Green Bay grad Joel Zwicky, who’s been earning positive press thanks to his unique role as Green Bay’s “Skateboard Cop.” The Green Bay Press-Gazette featured Zwicky in Tuesday’s (July 15) “Today’s Take” column, where he discusses community ties, establishing trust, and even an unusual on-the-job hazard — taking […]

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Weidner Center’s new season, continued success featured in Sunday Press-Gazette

The front page of Sunday’s (June 13) Press-Gazette Life and Family section featured a great story on another strong year for the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, highlighting both a dynamic new Performing Arts Season and another year of finishing in the black. Reporter Kendra Meinert highlighted some of the acts that likely will […]

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Rave reviews for Sutton as ‘Searching for Romeo’ wraps up New York run

“Clever and charming,” “hysterical” and “refreshing” were just a few of the words critics used to describe Brian Sutton’s original musical, “Searching for Romeo,” which wrapped up its New York Musical Theatre Festival run on Sunday (July 13). Sutton earned rave reviews from such websites as Broadway Spotted and Show Showdown — not to mention […]

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Nordgaard’s advice to Alec Brown

The Green Bay Press-Gazette on Sunday carried an interview with former UW-Green Bay star and Milwaukee Bucks roster player Jeff Nordgaard, Class of 1996, talking about the NBA opportunity awaiting recent Green Bay standout Alec Brown. Nordgaard says he keeps in touch with the 7-1 Brown and would advise him to continue working hard, hustling […]

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In the news: Grandparents’ U wraps up another successful year

UW-Green Bay’s Grandparents’ University wrapped up another terrific year Friday (July 11), bidding farewell to nearly 200 grandparents and grandkids who took part in this year’s camp. The pairs (and some trios) enjoyed multigenerational fun in learning with course options focused on art, science, wellness, communication and more. They also enjoyed time together, bonding over […]

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Award-winning grad Sauerhammer, back home, is CW 14 Focus guest

The remarkable UW-Green Bay graduate Dr. Tina Sauerhammer is returning to the area as the first fellowship-trained pediatric plastic reconstructive surgeon in Northeast Wisconsin. This Sunday, July 13, at 10 a.m., Dr. Sauerhammer will be featured on CW 14 Focus with host, Robert Hornacek. The Class of 1999 alumna will talk extensively about her extraordinary […]

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