UW-Green Bay students joined others in remembering former President George H.W. Bush. NBC26 had the reaction.
Researchers at UW-Green Bay hope to reduce the cost of fish fry dinners by working with a local nonprofit to set up breeding tanks for the popular yellow perch, which is becoming hard to find in the wild. AP carried the story.
It was a fitting honor for former Phoenix standout Jeff Nordgaard, when he had his number 33 retired at the Resch Center on Saturday afternoon. “I got chills,” Nordgaard said. That was really, really cool. I didn’t expect that necessarily but it was just an organic moment.” NBC covered the story.
Governor Mike Dunleavy has appointed UW-Green Bay alumnus Doug Vincent-Lang (Biology) as acting commissioner of Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game. Vincent-Lang is a veteran of the department with more than three decades of experience in wildlife research and management. Alaska Business has the story.
UW-Green Bay researcher, Ken Webb, is teaming up with a local nonprofit to develop a hatchery for yellow perch, a notoriously difficult fish to raise in an outdoor setting. We find out what’s needed to make it happen and how it could reduce the cost of a Friday fish fry. He talks about the project […]
Earlier this fall, UW-Green Bay Chief of Staff Ben Joniaux was elected as Literacy Partners of Kewaunee County’s new president. Read more.
While UW-Green Bay volleyball players Jessica and Taylor Wolf have a strong family history of playing basketball, the sisters have made a smart choice when it comes to playing volleyball at UW-Green Bay. Both have helped bring the team to victory at the 2018 Horizon League Volleyball Tournament. Read the full story.
Julia Hartwig, Janesville Parker senior standout and UW-Green Bay recruit, is ending her season early due to a shoulder injury. Hartwig is scheduled for surgery and has been given a six-month recovery period. Read more.
Green Bay men’s basketball player JayQuan McCloud’s journey has been one filled with adversity, but he’s now ready to show that his hiatus from basketball has allowed him to come back stronger than ever. “JayQuan is a guy that can score in a bunch of different ways,” says Head Coach Linc Darner. “He gives us a threat […]
UW-Green Bay alumna Emily Ahrens ’18 (English and Theatre) is currently playing the role of Belle in the Duluth Playhouse’s production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast. Director Joe Chvala said of her, “What was special about Emily, though, she brought an individuality. She brought spunkiness and a little different take on it that was charming […]