Category: News

SUNY Oswego announces UW-Green Bay’s Furlong as provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs

Congratulations to Scott Furlong, dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences whose appointment as provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs at SUNY Oswego was announced this morning (Friday, April 28) by SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley. His appointment will take effect in summer 2017. In his new role Furlong will […]

Celebration of Life for Les Raduenz, May 6

Les Raduenz, a 32-year employee (and retiree) of UW-Green Bay, ended his brave two-year battle against ALS April 1. A Celebration of his Life will take place at the University Union, UW-Green Bay from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 6. Please see his full obituary. More on the depth of his influence, and a […]

UW-Green Bay Theatre presents ‘I Never Saw Another’ Butterfly, May 3

UW-Green Bay Theatre will be presenting I Never Saw Another Butterfly on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. This one-act play is based on the art and poetry created in a concentration camp by the Jewish children of Prague. It is written by Celeste Raspanti, directed by Laura Riddle and based on a book by Hana Volakova. Tickets are […]

Reminder: Camp Lloyd needs your votes for possible grants

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd is participating in USA TODAY NETWORK’s “A Community Thrives” voting competition. Site visitors may vote for their favorite community improvement idea. The videos receiving the highest votes per category will receive grants from the Gannett Foundation. Camp Lloyd is a summer day camp for students who have lost loved ones. It […]

Ahead: Joint UW Career Fair, Networking Social with Prof. Ryan Martin

Join UW System alumni at a Career Fair and Networking Event promoting fantastic job opportunities in the Brown County area on Wednesday, May 24 beginning at 4 p.m. About 50 companies and organizations will be at the Career Fair followed by a relaxed networking event. Finally, the event will conclude with an interactive presentation titled, ‘The […]

Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr launches new podcast ‘Serious Fun’

Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr’s (Communication, Information Science) new podcast “Serious Fun,” in conjunction with the Phoenix Studios podcast network, is now available on SoundCloud or iTunes. The podcast is a journey into the frivolous. Hear from the scholars, professionals and fans that interpret and create pop culture. Whether it’s comic books, video games or reality TV, “Serious Fun” examines […]

Democracy and Justice Studies Senior Seminar, May 1

Assistant Professor Jon Shelton will host the Democracy and Justice Studies Senior Seminar from 5:15 to 7:45 p.m. Monday, May 1 in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall 225. Students will be presenting their capstone projects at the conference-style seminar which is themed “Democratizing the University: The Past and Present of Higher Education in Wisconsin and Beyond.” Student […]

Research Methods in Psych Poster Session and Virtual Museum of Psychology launch, May 4

UW-Green Bay Psychology will be hosting the Research Methods in Psychology Poster Session from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4 in the Winter Garden of MAC Hall. This event, held every semester, highlights the work of students in Psych 300 (Research Methods in Psychology). Before the poster session, from 2:45 to 3:30 p.m. in […]

Tina Hallis to present on ‘Finding Resilience in Times of Ambiguity and Uncertainty,’ May 23

Register today to attend a workshop lead by guest speaker Tina Hallis Ph.D. on “Finding Resilience in Times of Ambiguity and Uncertainty” from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, 2017 in the University Union. Hallis will discuss how to harness the power of positivity to become resilient when faced with problems. This event […]

iPat Environmental Film Series: Screening of SoLa, May 1

The UW-Green Bay iPat environmental film series continues with a screening of “SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories” at 7 p.m. Monday, May 1 at the Brown County Central Library (515 Pine Street). The documentary explores the relationship between man and water, from the rich culture of Cajun Country to environmental disasters that have tested the region. SoLa […]