A recent study done at Stanford University procured startling and daunting results: 80-90 percent of students cannot accurately vet online news sources. The 7,000-participant-study done at one of the nation’s most prestigious schools, left many concerned to say the least. UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) was quoted in the USA Today article on the […]
In recent days UW-Green Bay has been receiving a lot of attention — globally, even — about its innovative practice of sending snaps on Snapchat to admitted students. It began with local coverage by WBAY, and has spread rapidly from there, including Seventeen, NPR and Good Morning America. Check out some of the buzz: Hip UW-Green […]
Some of the Snapchat stories we are following: UW-Green Bay notifies students of acceptance on Snapchat, Fox News, Dec. 2 We’ve officially reached peak millennial: UW-Green Bay a US university is accepting students via Snapchat, Irish Examiner, Dec. 2 Hip UW-Green Bay sends college acceptance notices on Snapchat, Mashable, Dec. 1 UW-Green Bay’s Acceptance “Letters” […]
“Gov. Scott Walker is asking the state Legislature to pass a bill that allocates about $35 million to expand broadband and technology in rural areas. Walker was in Seymour Thursday where a year ago he held the first of more than 70 listening sessions in the past year. The governor says he heard a common […]
UW-Green Bay has been receiving national coverage thanks to a story originally covered by WBAY highlighting UWGB’s new practice of sending a snap on Snapchat to admitted students. Most recently, the story has received coverage by global, multi-platform media company, Mashable and could be seen on Mashable home page under the “What’s rising.” This project which was a dream […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) was recently interviewed by John Hockenberry, for WNYC’s news broadcast, The Takeaway. The topic is FDR and the Four Freedoms. The interview will be broadcast nationwide on Thanksgiving Day. Listen here: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/takeaway.
Certainly Prof. Brian Sutton is getting the attention he deserves. He’s featured this week in Frankly Green Bay (wearegreenbay.com) and in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. No need to remind you that his musical comedy re-opens at UW-Green Bay tonight in the University Theatre.
A fun read from the University of Notre Dame on the upcoming game against the Phoenix… “It may be the Green Bay Packers that provided the Wisconsin hamlet its ‘Titletown’ nickname but the Green Bay women’s basketball team has claimed some substantial hardware of its own over the years. The search for a Preseason WNIT […]
It is beyond good news for UW-Green Bay. Last week the University reported record enrollment and its most diverse fall enrollment to date. UW-Green Bay saw significant gains in minority students, graduate students and “undergraduate specials,” including high school students taking college courses. In a weekend (Nov. 14) story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette, reporter […]
In an interview with Warren Gerds/Critic at Large, Prof. Brian Sutton tells of the differences between next week’s production of “Searching for Romeo” compared to 2012. One of the major differences is that this one is produced by UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance, and the benefits of an impressive scene shop, plus… Says Sutton, “The […]