Skip Navigation Links
 

Media Coverage

Profs. Clampitt, Kraft analyze political spots for Local 5

Two UW-Green Bay professors helped Local 5 News put political ads to the “truth test” last week, discussing the spots as part of a two-segment story that made its debut Monday (Oct. 27). Prof. Phil Clampitt, Information and Computing Science, and Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft, Public and Environmental Affairs, sat down with Local 5 reporter […]

More...

Tag icon , ,

Sauerhammer’s story: Tale of youngest alum goes national

The compelling story of UW-Green Bay’s youngest alumna has gone national after the Associated Press picked up this month’s cover story in YOU magazine. Dr. Tina Sauerhammer ’99 has been making local headlines since she recently came home to join the team at Prevea Health. As Log readers may recall (and may have read in […]

More...

Tag icon ,

Students, Ruzek featured in Make a Difference Day story

A group of UW-Green Bay students and director of continuing education Joy Ruzek were featured Sunday (Oct. 26) in a Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter story about this weekend’s annual Make a Difference Day. The students were among 50 to 75 volunteers who turned out to assist with landscaping improvements at the low-income Southfield Townhouses in […]

More...

Tag icon , , , ,

In the news: Medical College celebrates new satellite campus

Representatives from UW-Green Bay were on hand Thursday (Oct. 23) when the Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay unveiled its new digs during a media event at St. Norbert College. The debut of the satellite campus included a look at its classroom space, high-tech equipment and more. “We are very excited to be a community and […]

More...

Tag icon , ,

Making a Difference: Fox 11 segment highlights Learning in Retirement

At nearly 1,000 members strong, UW-Green Bay’s Learning in Retirement program is one of the largest in the country. As Log readers may know (some from personal experience), LIR offers myriad course opportunities for area retirees, allowing participants to enrich their knowledge, learn new skills, stay active and have fun. WLUK, Fox 11’s Michelle Melby […]

More...

Tag icon ,

In the news: Press-Gazette column offers up-close look at Phuture Phoenix Day

Green Bay Press-Gazette reporter Patti Zarling on Thursday (Oct. 23) gave readers an inside look at UW-Green Bay’s signature Phuture Phoenix program, writing about last week’s tour days for the newspaper’s “Today’s Take” column. Zarling attended the second of two fall tour days last week, checking out the morning’s opening pep rally and talking to […]

More...

Tag icon ,

And speaking of Phuture Phoenix, Western Washington spinoff gets some ink

The Phuture Phoenix spinoff program Compass 2 Campus made its own tour-day news this week, as nearly 900 fifth-graders got inspired during their Tuesday (Oct. 21) visit to Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash. Log readers may recall that Phuture Phoenix co-founder Cyndie Shepard is the wife of former UW-Green Bay chancellor and current Western […]

More...

Tag icon ,

In the news: Coverage of alderman’s query on Muslim student group

We told you here yesterday that a story involving two UW-Green Bay alumni, Heba Mohammad ’14 and Green Bay Alderman Chris Wery ’93, was making headlines locally and even nationally after Wery’s response to a transit-based inquiry from Mohammad went viral on social media. The alderman apologized to Mohammad Tuesday (Oct. 21) after responding to […]

More...

Tag icon , , , ,

Cruz, Cortes featured in Press-Gazette story on growing diversity

UW-Green Bay faculty members Marcelo Cruz and Aurora Cortes are featured in a new Green Bay Press-Gazette story and video, respectively, on the increasing ethnic diversity in the Green Bay area. In the story, posted Tuesday (Oct. 21) to the Press-Gazette website, Urban and Regional Studies faulty member Cruz said Green Bay is highly segregated […]

More...

Tag icon , , ,

‘Radical urban circus’: 360 Allstars to play Weidner Saturday

Local 5 News Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds on Tuesday (Oct. 21) previewed the touring “360 Allstars” production that will take the stage Saturday (Oct. 25) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Billed as a “radical urban circus,” the contemporary show includes breakdancers, a basketball freestyler, a BMX flatlander and a monowheel artist, Gerds says. […]

More...

Tag icon ,

Find more articles and information in our archives »