Wallethub published a piece recently, on the fastest-growing cities in America. It turned to UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Thomas Nesslein (Public and Environmental Administration) for a bit of perspective. Here is one of the questions asked of Nesslein, and his response: What should be the key priority for local authorities who want to grow their […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk says with elections a little over a month away, voters tend to learn more about candidates and their platforms. “You tend to see things tighten up as the election gets closer,” said Weinschenk of the gubernatorial race. The most recent Marquette Law School Poll shows Tony Evers at 49 […]
UW-Green Bay alumnus Tom Sieber ’98 (Environmental Science), who is running for State Representative in Wisconsin’s 88th Assembly District, was recently profiled by the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Read more about Sieber, a Brown County Board supervisor since 2012. Read the full story.
Eau Claire North High School inducted UW-Green Bay alumna Hannah (Quilling) Iverson ’12 (Human Biology) into the Husky Athletics Hall of Fame. Quilling-Iverson played on the Green Bay women’s basketball team and served as the director of player development for the program. The Leader-Telegram has the full story.
Lee Reinke, coach for UW-Green Bay men’s and women’s golf teams, will now be able to focus on his teams without the weight of previous responsibilities as assistant director of UW-Green Bay’s University Union and the Shorewood Golf Course. Wisconsin.Golf has the full story.
The STEM Innovation Center being built on the UW-Green Bay campus has been highlighted as one of the two major technology-related developments in Green Bay. The center is designed to be an educational resource for the community. The Press-Gazette has the full story.
The research of Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell (Human Development) has been featured in a Deseret News article titled “In light of Brett Kavanaugh, an in-depth look at how and when character is formed in kids.” The article cited “Our Brains are Wired for Morality: Evolution, Development, and Neuroscience,” a piece Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell co-authored […]
Volunteers are needed for Make a Difference Day, a day dedicated to volunteering in the community, on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018 throughout the greater Green Bay area. UW-Green Bay students will be volunteering out in the community on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has the full story.
The Comm Voice reported on the new big screen that is coming to the Kress Events Center. Watch the video.
Heritage Senior Living, Milwaukee, has appointed UW-Green Bay alumna Leslie Hyland ’15 (Integrated Leadership) executive director of its newly constructed and soon-to-open senior living community located in Muskego. BizTimes has the full story.