Category: News

Popular Miles Davis’ Birth of the Cool concert moves off campus

The group that performed the Miles Davis’ Birth of the Cool program for the UW-Green Bay’s 6:30 series in November will be repeating the concert at the Blue Opus (Bellevue) on Thursday, March 1 for two shows: 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. The band is made up of UW-Green Bay faculty, alumni and friends. The […]

Photo gallery: Krash the Kress

Krash the Kress

With food, drink, cool shirts and plenty to cheer about, UW-Green Bay season ticket holders, students, alumni, prospective students and friends, gathered for Krash the Kress last Friday (Feb. 16, 2018). The official sellout was a warm welcome for the Green Bay men’s basketball team playing its first-ever Horizon League game at the Kress Center. […]

Masters of Data Science program wins Outstanding Program of the year

The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) recently recognized the online UW Master of Science and Data Science program with one of its highest honors: “2018 Outstanding Program” in the credit category. The University of Wisconsin-Extension created this collaborative, multi-campus online degree program as a solution to the high demand and low supply of data […]

Travel safely, consult the winter storm policy

Faculty, staff and students are reminded to consult the Winter Storm Policy and to monitor their own local driving conditions with respect to today and tomorrow’s predicted inclement weather (including freezing rain and icy conditions). Campus closings are rare, but the University policy recognizes that driving conditions can vary across the region; employees should use their […]

Coach Borseth agrees on contract extension

The University and Head Women’s Basketball Coach Kevin Borseth have agreed to a contract extension through the 2024-25 season, Director of Athletics Charles Guthrie announced on Monday. “We are very pleased to extend Kevin Borseth’s contract through the 2025 season,” said Guthrie. “Kevin Borseth is unquestionably one of the finest basketball coaches in the country. He embodies UW-Green […]

Update: CATL Game Night for tonight has been moved to Feb. 26 due to weather

CATL’s first game night game will be Sheriff of Nottingham by Sérgio Halaban & André Zatz published by Arcane Wonders. Players are merchants attempting to turn a profit by bringing their goods (and contraband) to market! It’s an easy-to-learn game of bribery, persuasion and deceit. Previously scheduled for tonight (Feb. 19), it will be moved to Monday. […]

Please attend the Innovation in Aging Competition, Feb. 23

The Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition is Friday, Feb. 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Christie Theatre. Faculty and staff are invited to attend. Eleven teams are registered to compete from various disciplines across the campus, with representation from all four colleges. Plan to stop by to view 8-minute team presentations or […]

Campus mourns passing of alumnus Jon Delany, former co-director of Phoenix Pep Band

Music alumnus Jon Delany ’98, 44, passed away last Sunday. He was a highly popular band director at Freedom High School, taught at UW-Green Bay Summer Camps, and directed/co-directed the Phoenix Pep Band for 12 years. He married music alumna Christy (Fehrenbach) Delany ’98 in 1998. He was a great ambassador for the UW-Green Bay […]

‘Olympics open doors to cultural understanding,’ piece penned by Prof. Michael Rector

Assistant Prof. and professional performer Michael Rector (Music) was in South Korea this week, with wife Sylvia Hong, performing in the host city of PyeongChang by invitation of the mayor. They had the opportunity to watch some of the Olympic festivities, including speed skating, and found themselves immersed in the excitement of the host city. […]

Disability Services wipes out competition in Toilet Paper Challenge

Kim Metzger and Lynn Niemi in front of toilet paper

The 2018 Great Toilet Paper Challenge at UW-Green Bay ended with a small office of two — Disability Services — making big contributions and wiping out the competition. In early January, the Student Affairs and Campus Climate and Enrollment Services divisions met to better acquaint employees from both divisions and update all on what is […]