“They can take the Horizon League tournament out of Green Bay, but they can’t keep the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women from dancing,” said reporter Scott Venci in the Green Bay Press-Gazette, as he discusses the Green Bay women’s basketball Horizon League Championship game, and automatic bid to the “Dance.”
The UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center will offer free one-on-one business counseling sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 21, for new and existing Calumet County businesses and entrepreneurs reports the Appleton Post-Crescent.
WBAY reported that the number of high school students taking courses from UW-Green Bay is up 25 percent this year. 1,352 high school students across Wisconsin are earning college credit from UW-Green Bay while also earning high school credit.
With the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament near, Green Bay women’s basketball Head Coach Kevin Borseth told the the Green Bay Press-Gazette he doesn’t want to play a game of “what if” when it comes to making it. Read the March 6 article.
UW-Green Bay Interim Director of the American Intercultural Center, Mai Lo Lee, was featured last week in the Appleton Post-Crescent. “…she enjoys community events that celebrate diversity and educate about acceptance and inclusion. That is why she has volunteered the last three years with Celebrate Diversity Fox Cities.” It’s an interesting read.
Emma Toft is known as “Wisconsin’s First Lady of Conservation” for her efforts to save an ancient forest in Door County from being destroyed by logging and commercial development. In 1967, the Toft estate sold Toft’s Point to the Wisconsin Nature Conservancy, which then turned it over to the University of Wisconsin System. UW-Green Bay […]
Whether it’s eating more fruits and vegetables, choosing more whole grains or reaching for more nutritious snacks, you can put your best fork forward and step into a healthier lifestyle. UW-Green Bay dietetic intern Samantha Daily penned a great column for the Sheboygan Press for March (National Nutrition Month). Read it here.
Working with UW-Green Bay, three courses provide the rigor of college coursework, taught by Mukwonago High School teachers, to allow students to obtain an actual UW-Green Bay transcript for the course. Read more.
The Rock the Resch event last weekend caught the attention of Fox 11. See more.
The proposed STEM Center that would be located just minutes from UW-Green Bay could house UW-Green Bay engineering programs. WisBusiness.com has the story.