UW-Green Bay is celebrating its first successful hatching of peregrine falcons on campus, and the school is asking the public to help name them! NBC26 covered the story.
UW-Green Bay campus police are investigating the theft of high value instructor level text books. WBAY shared police photos of “two men they would like to speak with regarding a June 10 daytime burglary of an office in an academic building on campus.” Any information should be provided to the University Police at 920-465-2300 or […]
Doug Hensler, Dean of UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business was featured in the May 29, 2017 issue of The Business News. “Business school dean aims for more enrollment, full accreditation,” reads the headline. Hensler told the reporter he expects to declared business majors to double from 500 to about 1,000 in the next three […]
Fox 11 helped promote the naming of the Peregrine falcon chicks born on the Cofrin Library.
A new Neville Public Museum exhibit, Estamos Aquí: Celebrating Latino Identity in Northeast Wisconsin (which means, “We Are Here”) features personal stories and artifacts from many Latino families living in Northeast Wisconsin. This bilingual exhibit celebrates the diverse cultures and traditions that have endured emigration from across Latin America. It opened in May and will […]
UW-Green Bay hosted 54 police officers from 29 different countries this week. WFRV shares the story.
It’s official, 3-on-3 basketball will be added to Tokyo Olympics according to Yahoo Sports. The 2017 USA men’s team features Quinton Chievous (played in college at Tennessee, spent last season in the D-League with Iowa), Myke Henry (DePaul and the Oklahoma City Blue of the D-League) and UW-Green Bay alumnus Alfonzo McKinnie (Windy City Bulls […]
Commercial fisherman Todd Stuth ’00 Business Administration, says he creates his own supply and demand curve and hedges it based on market price. If there’s an abundance of a certain kind of fish, he will pull back. Read the feature on Stuth in the small business spotlight of Insight Magazine.
UW-Green Bay student Luke Chambers is one of three local residents closer to competing on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Ann Soderlund ’15 Arts Management, penned a piece for the Peninsula Pulse, recently, about Gibraltar-area students who spend an atypical school day experiencing art in the Door Peninsula. Soderlund has been the program coordinator for the Hardy Gallery in Door County since November 2015.