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Convocation Open set for Aug. 28

They’re billing it as the “3rd Annual UWGB Convocation Open” to be held on the afternoon of Thursday, August 28, at the Shorewood Golf Course. The format for this social outing will be a three-or four-person scramble.  Golfers (duffers, sandbaggers) of all abilities are encouraged to participate and meet others from the UW-Green Bay community […]

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Second development director finalist will make presentation Monday

A public presentation and Q&A with Tanessa Klug, the second of five finalists for the position of development director in the University Advancement division, is scheduled for 3 to 3:30 p.m. Monday (July 28) in the special events room of the Kress Events Center. The session is open to the public. Klug is the director […]

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In the news: Kraft talks guv’s race as new Marquette poll is released

Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft shared his take Wednesday (June 23) on a new Marquette University Law School Poll that shows Gov. Scott Walker and presumptive challenger Mary Burke in a statistical dead heat ahead of the November election. Kraft told reporter Jenn Sullivan that job creation is the biggest issue for voters, which could be […]

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Curling, anyone? Crew takes shine to restoring floor

A loyal reader of the Log faculty/staff newsletter took this smartphone photo the other day when he saw this energetic crew from Operations at work on the concourse (first-floor hallway) of the Cofrin Library.  “Looks like the UW-Green Bay curling team,” he said. It does look a little like that, but it’s actually staff members […]

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Friend of UW-Green Bay Education program named a ‘Wisconsin Hero’

The news stories didn’t mention the UW-Green Bay connection, but people in the Professional Program in Education are well aware and appreciative of Bernard Vandenberk’s contributions to the community. On Tuesday the retired educator was the recipient of Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker’s monthly “Wisconsin Heroes Award.” The citation lauded Vandenberk’s service at House of […]

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Watch campers sing national anthem live… if you’re a shareholder

Several thousand owners (fans) will gather Thursday (July 24) at sunny Lambeau Field for the NFL’s only annual shareholders meeting. We’ve told you here previously that some two-dozen choral students from UW-Green Bay’s High School Band, Orchestra and Choir Camp will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” when the meeting kicks off at 11 a.m. Best of […]

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First of development director finalists will make presentation Thursday

A public presentation and Q&A with Mary M. Rohrer, the first of five finalists for the position of development director in the University Advancement division, is scheduled for 2:30 to 3 p.m. Thursday (July 24) in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The session is open to the public. Rohrer is director of major […]

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Volleyball schedule provides big test

First-year head coach Sean Burdette announced the 2014 Green Bay volleyball schedule on Tuesday, a 26-match slate featuring six matches against teams which appeared in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Of 12 non-conference games, Green Bay will face four NCAA tourney squads, including Arizona (21-13, NCAA Second Round), Marquette (26-6, NCAA Second Round), UT-San Antonio (24-8, […]

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Single tickets on sale Friday for comic Brian Regan

The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts previously announced a Sept. 25 booking with nationally known stand-up comedian Brian Regan. Single tickets for the show go on sale this Friday (July 25), with all seats $48. For ticket info and a video of one of his David Letterman show guest shots, go to www.weidnercenter.com/events/brian-regan/.

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UW-Green Bay camps featured in Press-Gazette story on summer learning loss

UW-Green Bay summer camps once again made the front page of the Green Bay Press-Gazette this weekend, with a centerpiece photo from last week’s middle school music camp and an interview with camps director Mona Christensen. The story’s topic was summer learning loss, the phenomenon of K-12 students losing some of their academic skills during […]

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