Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach said UW-Green Bay will ask the state to allocate 63 acres of land on campus for a project called The Phoenix Innovation Park, which would include the county’s planned STEM Innovation Center. University trustees approved the idea last week.
The organizers of the UntitledTown Book and Author Festival want people to associate Green Bay with books and writing, reports the Green Bay Press-Gazette. The festival, held April 28-30 in downtown Green Bay, will host a variety of events from readings, workshops, discussions and a book expo. Well-known Wisconsin writer Michael Perry will kick off the festival April 28 and […]
“We have a good group of guys coming in, and the guys returning are working extremely hard right now,” (Green Bay men’s basketball coach Linc Darner) said. “It will be good to see us mix them together and see what we can get done.” The Green Bay Press-Gazette has the story on high hopes for […]
Few college athletic programs get the support Green Bay athletics does when it comes to its neighbors at 1265 Lombardi Avenue. On Tuesday night, the Packers and Phoenix teamed up for the annual Steak Fry at Lambeau Field. Wearegreenbay covered the event.
“What I hope we were able to tell them today is that we believe in them. This community believes in them,” said Chancellor Gary Miller, as he discussed Turbo Charge, a program that will offer college credit to Green Bay area students. Fox 11 had the coverage.
Make that four. Green Bay’s Michelle Flicek ’00 is the fourth 2017 Golden Apple winner to have received a degree from UW-Green Bay. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has her story.
More on a dream come true for UW-Green Bay’s Mehryn Kraker. The former Phoenix star was drafted in the third round of the WNBA Draft by the Washington Mystics with the 27th overall pick. The six-foot Kraker was the Horizon League’s Player of the Year this past season and helped lead the Phoenix to a 19th […]
While many high school students currently earn some college credits, the goal of Turbocharge is to ensure every one of these student graduates with 15 college credits in 2023. Partners in the initiative — Green Bay Public Area Schools, UW-Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College — joined forces Thursday, April 13, to introduce the […]
Neenah High School senior (and UW-Green Bay recruit) Maxwell Boehnlein placed in the top four in two individual events at the WIAA Division 1 state meet in Madison this season, and added two eighth-place finishes in relay events with his Rockets teammates. The state meet was the culmination of a stellar senior season in which […]
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that alumna Renee Stein was one of six educators in Northeastern Wisconsin to earn this year’s Golden Apple Awards, a program driven by Partners in Education, part of the Greater Green Bay Chamber.