In a fun twist on “What I did over summer vacation,” the Office of Marketing and University Communication put together a video to show the important work that continues over the summer, even when most students are gone.
The annual Fall Convocation for UW-Green Bay faculty, staff and friends, was held Wednesday, August 23, 2017. The convocation program included enthusiastic introductions of about 60 new faculty and staff, introduction of three named professors, heartfelt ovations for each of the Founders Award winners and upbeat remarks from Chancellor Gary Miller. Emcee Secretary of the […]
Lead the charge! In the smallest of ways, you can become once of UW-Green Bay’s greatest champions. How can you help YOUR University in the year ahead? Here are some ideas: Tell friends, family and neighbors that UW-Green Bay is a place where students can learn more, do more, be more. Open your classroom or […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recognized some of its top faculty and staff members today, August 23, 2017, with 2017 Founders Awards for Excellence. The awards were presented before an audience of more than 450 in the Phoenix Room of the University Union, UW-Green Bay. Made possible by private philanthropic support, the awards program […]
September 16 run benefits local habitat restoration and student research GREEN BAY – It’s a strange name with a great cause. UW-Green Bay is hosting a “Spawning Run” with proceeds benefiting student research with the American Fisheries Society and local habitat restoration. The 5K run/walk utilizes UW-Green Bay’s gorgeous Cofrin Arboretum Trails. Walk-up registration begins […]
UW-Green Bay is experimenting with a new safety app that enables Study Abroad students, with a push of a button, to get in touch with the University and emergency services. The safety app called “Safey.” Unfortunately, it had a very real test last week, when Office of International Education employee study abroad coordinator, Jemma Lund, […]
University photographer/videographer Dan Moore (also a national parks artist) traveled to Grand Teton National Park to capture and record the total eclipse. He will posting about the experience post-eclipse (if his wi-fi holds up) on his National Parks Photography Facebook Page.
2017 Fall Convocation, Wednesday, August 23 Beginning at 9 a.m. in the 1965 Room, Presentation of Inclusive Excellence Certificates: Kate Burns, Ph.D. Rebecca Nesvet, Ph.D. Sarah Schuetze, Ph.D. Courtney Sherman, Ph.D. Jun Myunghee, Ph.D. Elizabeth Wheat, Ph.D. Jeff Willems Amy Mauk Darrel Renier Nicole Kurth Laura Delikowski 10 a.m. 2017 Fall Convocation, Phoenix Room Presentation […]
A reminder: Adam Novotny, program coordinator for the Office of Student Life, encourages you to watch the eclipse the right way this afternoon. “There is a wrong and right way to watch the solar eclipse next Monday! Stop by the Office of Student Life (UU 150) as we have some eclipse glasses you can borrow to watch […]
The Office of International Education is hosting at Open House from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6. The new and newly remodeled location is in Cofrin Library 108 (near the Garden Cafe). Taste free international coffees and snacks and learn about the new study abroad locations.