It’s another success story for the Small Business Development Center (Cofrin School of Business). The River Coffee & Cream Café, Wrightstown’s first coffee shop, is a dream come true for its owners and another day in the life of the SBDC’s David Stauffacher who helped the owners with their business plan. The Green Bay Press-Gazette […]
Featured in Insight on Business, Nov. 29, 2017, is a story about a new coalition, of which the Cofrin School of Business is a partner. “Fledgling companies in the New North region have a new tool to help them prepare for investment funding and rapid growth potential, thanks to a new business coalition,” it says. […]
The female violin ensemble led by rock violinist and arranger Nina DiGregorio and starring members of the Bella Electric Strings will play rock covers by AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Prince, Metallica, Queen, David Bowie, Pink Floyd and others, Jan. 13 at the Weidner Center. Billed as “a night of women’s empowerment,” a portion of the ticket […]
Two UW-Green Bay graduates, Matt Hillman and Rissel Peguero (Matt & Rissel) will be celebrating their debut album at Blue Opus in Bellevue Saturday (Dec. 2, 2017). Rissel is on vocals and piano and Hillman on guitar, but for the album release UW-Green Bay’s John Salerno (Music), plays flute and sax. Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Kendra Meinert […]
Community College Week featured, as an example, the strengthening partnership between UW-Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The story (Nov. 29, 2017) is about substantial changes to college programs, services, processes and policies. You can read it here.
UW-Green Bay Humanities Lecturer Tara DaPra penned an op-ed piece for Inside Higher Education. Her article was published on Nov. 29 and discusses the recent UW System realignment. Read it here.
After a month of hard work, construction on the UW-Green Bay Viking House is finally complete. “There’s not a real plan to building a house like this. I mean it’s modeled after a 1,000-year-old house, so we weren’t quite sure how it was going to go,” said UW-Green Bay History chair and curator of the house, Heidi Sherman. WBAY has […]
Frankly Green Bay recently featured this week’s 6:30 Concert Series — Miles Davis’ “Birth of the Cool” on its website. “It’s weird because it is literally the birth of the cool before anybody actually knew what the hell cool was,” said UW-Green Bay Prof. Adam Gaines (Music). Here is part of the post: Like several […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Tim Kaufman (Education) was featured in a story last week (Nov. 22) in the Stevens Point Journal. “Small-town Wisconsin teachers forge community connections, and districts need more.” The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development projects the state will need almost 2,400 new teachers by 2024. Kaufman said the majority of the education program’s […]
Procityhoops.com’s Cole Shelton has a story to tell — about Alfonzo McKinnie’s ’15 journey from college recruit to a member of the NBA’s Toronto Raptors. Read it here.