Randy Bryce won Wisconsin’s Democratic Primary race and the Huffington Post talked to UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) about it. Reports the HuffPost, “Bryce’s early head start ultimately proved insurmountable, however. His general election bid in the conservative-leaning district in southeastern Wisconsin is likely to test both the importance of character issues […]
The Weidner Center lobby is getting long-awaited updates and will be ready just in time for its 25th Anniversary Concert. Fox 11 spoke with the Weidner’s Brock Neverman about the progress.
Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds talks Weidner 25th Anniversary season on wearegreenbay.com. “The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts has gotten the ball rolling on its 25th Anniversary Concert that will be a highlight of its milestone season.” Read more.
And another story about the terrific Back to School Store hosted by the Service League of Green Bay on the UW-Green Bay campus last week. This time, NBC 26 has coverage.
Saint Louis Football Club announced the signing of midfielder Austin (Audi) Jepson ’18 for the remainder of the 2018 USL season, pending USL and U.S. Soccer Federation approval. See more. The Green Bay men’s soccer standout was Horizon League Player of the Year his senior season in 2017.
In a visit to Marinette last week, UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller discussed his hope for the most Northern UW-Green Bay campus and plans for its future. “The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay doesn’t do anything unless we have a community partner,” he said. “With all of the new programs, we work with partnerships within […]
Former Green Bay men’s basketball guard Cordero Barkley ’09 and ’16 (Business Administration and Management) is taking over program director duties for the Purple Aces AAU team. Barkley just completed his seventh season with the Purple Aces. The Press-Gazette’s Scott Venci has the story. Barkley will be one of three graduates to receive an Outstanding […]
One of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet members, Linda McMahon, head of U.S. Small Business Administration, met with local small business owners in Green Bay on Monday to talk about tax cuts and workforce development challenges. Action 2 news has the story which references the Turbocharge partnership.
For the 26th year in a row, the Service League of Green Bay’s Back to School Store provided hundreds of Brown County children with essential school supplies and clothing. This year, the event was hosted by UW-Green Bay. The children got to pick out an outfit and a backpack with supplies of their choice. Fox […]
Five million dollars in state funding was approved by the State Building Commission to the building of the Brown County STEM center on UW-Green Bay campus. See Wearegreenbay.com.