Category: Media Coverage

Extraordinary high school premiere gets inspiration from UWGB’s Sutton

When Warren Gerds/Critic at Large, wrote a column this week about an upcoming Green Bay Southwest High School “World Premiere” musical, he mentions the connection to retired UW-Green Bay faculty member Brian Sutton. Sutton’s “Searching for Romeo,” provided inspiration to playwright (and Southwest music director) Brandon M. Rockstroh. Performances are at 7 p.m. Nov. 24, […]

This weekend’s Czech/Slovak Voice Competition is getting press coverage

Critic-at-large Warren Gerds headlines his column this week with a story on the American International Czech/Slovak Voice Competition at Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center. The public may attend. Admission is free. Preliminary judging starts at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 13. Semi-finals start at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. Finals start at 10 a.m. […]

Reflection on autism: Green Bay cross country runner Erik Johnson featured in Huntington Post

Erik Johnson running

Green Bay cross country runner Erik Johnson, a senior from Pulaski, Wis. is at the center of a lengthy Huntington Post feature, “Autism Without Fear — Green Bay Edition: Erik Johnson, Time…and a Simpler Answer.” Here’s a few nuggets and a reason to read more. “…And when you live life on the spectrum, certainty, in […]

Green Bay men’s basketball player Sandy Cohen III granted a waiver

Green Bay men’s basketball junior guard Sandy Cohen was granted an NCAA waiver, giving him an additional year of athletic eligibility. He now has 1½ seasons of eligibility remaining and can return to the court Dec. 21 against Bowling Green. The 6-foot-6 Cohen spent his first two seasons at Marquette but was granted his release […]

Engineering a solid investment, UW-Green Bay says

A weekend story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette explains why the time is right for engineering at UW-Green Bay. “As a community, we’ve invested in infrastructure, in the Green Bay Packers and beyond. Now, it’s time to reinvest in education,” said Dean of UW-Green Bay’s College of Science and Technology, John Katers. Katers was referencing […]

UW-Green Bay gets recognized for Make a Difference Day efforts

The Green Bay Press-Gazette outlined the 2017 Make A Difference Day efforts in Brown County, recognizing the more than 150 UW-Green Bay faculty, staff, and students who provide hundreds of hours of service each year on this day. UW-Green Bay will be volunteering as a campus on October 27, 2017. See more and register.

Fox 11 covers Comic-Con at Brown County Library, this weekend

Fox 11 featured the Comic-Con event at the Brown County Library this Saturday, Oct. 7. Comic-Con includes an interview with the artist Mike Norton (author of Battlepug and co-creator of the Revival comic series) and a discussion with UW-Green Bay Professors Ryan Martin (Psychology), Chuck Rybak (English/Humanistic Studies) and Bryan Carr (Communication) on the psychology […]

Prof. Helpap weighs in on Supreme Court taking up Wisconsin redistricting case

The U.S. Supreme Court will take on the battle over Wisconsin’s legislative districts. It stems from a lawsuit filed two years ago, when a dozen Democratic voters sued the state, saying the district maps were unconstitutional. In a story by Fox 11, UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. David Helpap (Political Science) said, “There is a potential […]