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UW-Green Bay Center for Public Affairs presents training options for campus, public

The Center for Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will offer three separate spring and summer training opportunities for campus and community attendees. Grant Writing 1: A Skill Building Workshop will be offered from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, May 21 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay, 2040 Airport Drive. Veteran […]

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UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance to present ‘Communicating Doors’

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present prolific playwright Alan Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors April 25 and 26 and May 1-3 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. This time-traveling comic thriller features a London sex specialist who stumbles into a murder plot that sends her — compliments of a unique […]

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New video: Nature-based 4K puts learning outdoors

Just in time for Earth Day, we’ve got a new video that’s all about fun and learning in nature. It takes viewers inside the nature-based 4-year-old kindergarten program at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, a collaborative effort involving the Green Bay School District, the sanctuary and UW-Green Bay. The young learners spend 60 to 80 percent […]

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UW-Green Bay listed in Princeton Review’s annual ‘Guide to Green Colleges’

UW-Green Bay has once again found itself included in The Princeton Review’s annual “Guide to Green Colleges.” This year’s list includes 332 schools in the U.S. and Canada that are being recognized for their commitment to the environment and sustainability. In the guide’s profile, The Princeton Review highlights UW-Green Bay’s history as “Eco U,” and […]

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Reminder: Linzmeyer ’78 to earn alumni environmental award

UW-Green Bay alumnus Paul Linzmeyer ’78 will receive the University’s Earth Caretaker Award today (Monday, April 21) at a presentation ceremony at 6 p.m. in Phoenix A/B of the University Union. Linzmeyer is the Sustainability Leader at ThedaCare and a longtime corporate and private advocate for environmentally friendly solutions. EMBI and the Alumni Association are […]

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Medland, Heirloom Plant Sale to be featured live on ‘Good Day Wisconsin’

Fox 11’s “Good Day Wisconsin” will spend Wednesday morning (April 23) at our own Lab Sciences Greenhouse, talking to our own Vicki Medland about the annual Heirloom Plant Sale. Medland, the associate director of the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, will talk tomato colors, plant transplants, research grants and more during four live segments at 5:45, […]

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Visiting UN official will talk on climate change and development

The Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series has a well-connected guest speaker and a timely topic for this month’s seminar. Nguyen Khac Tiep of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization will visit to address “Climate Change and Energy: Current Status, Future Scenarios and Impacts Related to UNIDO (the United Nations Industrial Development Organization) Work.” UNIDO […]

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French program to host lecture on ‘The Jewish Question’ in France, 1789-present

“The Jewish Question in Post-Revolutionary France: Reflections on Jews, Jewishness and Anti-Semitism (1789-present)” is the title of a free and interdisciplinary public program at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29) in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. Author and researcher Gayle Zachmann, a University of Florida professor, is the guest speaker. Zachmann will discuss the apparent dichotomy […]

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French Day is April 29

UW-Green Bay’s second annual French Day will take place on campus next Tuesday, April 29, welcoming high school and middle school students from all over the state along with a number of French exchange students currently studying and living in Wisconsin. The event’s coordinator, Prof. E. Nicole Meyer of Humanistic Studies, chair of the French […]

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Kaye will guest Tuesday on Kathleen Dunn show

Prof. Harvey Kaye, Democracy and Justice Studies, will discuss his new book, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great, on Wisconsin Public Radio this Tuesday afternoon (April 22). He’s the guest during the 2 p.m. CDT hour on “The Kathleen Dunn Show.” Read more.

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