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President Cross: ‘I’ll quit if cuts aren’t reduced’

UW President Ray Cross says he’ll quit if he can’t convince legislators to reduce a $300 million cut that Gov. Scott Walker wants to impose on campuses. Cross told faculty and students at UW-Milwaukee on Wednesday that he’ll resign if he can’t win substantial reductions and protect academic freedom. Here is the story from the […]

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Vos says Walker cut similar to Doyle’s Robin Vos says Walker cut to UW budget is similar to Doyle’s but Dems didn’t protest UW-Superior joins UW-Eau Claire in offering buyouts to some employees

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Summary: UW System President Ray Cross, Town Hall Forums, March 24, 2015

Below is a condensed summary of UW System President Ray Cross’s comments in town hall meetings at UW-Green Bay, March 24, 2015. For full audio (except for the opening five minutes at the student town hall forum; not recorded due to technical difficulties) please refer to audio files available on Chancellor Miller’s blog: http://blog.uwgb.edu/chancellor/2015/03/24/employee-town-hall-with-president-cross/. FROM […]

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Photos: Kriebel honored with sustainability award

We’ve got photos from the presentation of the 2015 Alumni Earth Caretaker Award to David Kriebel. The joint program of EMBI and the Alumni Association was held Monday, March 23. For photos and an updated feature.

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4K partner Mike Reed receives award

Congratulations to Mike Reed, director of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. He received the NEW Watershed Champion Award for his OAK Learning Center 4K program vision. UW-Green Bay faculty, alumni and students are active partners in the program. Reed received the award on Friday, March 20 (World Water Day 2015) at the Jack Day Environmental […]

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Grunder’s round paces Green Bay golfers

Junior Sammi Grunder (Pardeeville, Wis.) fired the best round of her collegiate career, an even par 71 on Tuesday in the second round of the Butler Spring Invitational, finishing in a tie for third place. Her team took eighth. The Green Bay men’s golf team finished in fifth place, led by Senior Tyler Schmidt (Jefferson, […]

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Prof. Gregory Aldrete to receive UW System’s highest teaching honor

The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will honor UW-Green Bay Frankenthal Professor of History and Humanistic Studies, Greg Aldrete, on April 10 for his outstanding achievements in teaching. Aldrete will receive the 2015 Regents Teaching Excellence Award, UW System’s highest recognition for members of its faculty and academic staff. Aldrete started teaching at […]

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DanceWorks to present diverse medley of styles in weekend concert

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance program will present DanceWorks, a concert of faculty and student choreography, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28 and 3 p.m. Sunday, March 29 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. The show will celebrate dance with a diverse medley of styles, showcasing […]

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Aldrete to receive 2015 Regents Teaching Excellence Award

Just released today, UW-Green Bay Humanistic Studies Prof. Gregory S. Aldrete is one of two professors and an academic program recognized for outstanding achievements in teaching, and will receive the UW System’s highest recognition for members of its faculty and academic staff on April 10. Aldrete, along with Shubhangi Stalder and the Department of Mathematics […]

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UW System president hosts pair of ‘town hall’ meetings

UW System President Ray Cross visited UW-Green Bay Tuesday (March 24) to meet with students, faculty and staff to listen to concerns and hear suggestions regarding the state budget and other matters of importance to the campus. The audio version of the town hall session with faculty and staff is available on Chancellor Miller’s blog.

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