Category: News

Auditions for National Anthem for sporting events begin Friday

Green Bay Athletics and UWGB Music are searching for University-affiliated vocalists and/or instrumentalists to perform the Star Spangled Banner at 2016-2017 home sporting events. Open auditions are from 3:45 to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 and 5 to 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3 at the Kress Events Center gym. The auditions are open to all students, faculty […]

Holzem gives introductory talk on Environmental Engineering Technology

UWGB Assistant Prof. Ryan M. Holzem (Natural and Applied Science) welcomes you to a talk at 5:15 p.m. Wed., Sept. 28 in MAC Hall 225, entitled “Introduction to Environmental Engineering Technology.” Since joining UWGB in 2015, Holzem has been involved with the startup of the new engineering technology program, teaching various engineering courses, conducting research into […]

Weinschenk Helpap teamed up for op-ed piece to Press-Gazette

Professors Aaron Weinschenk and David Helpap teamed up to write an op-ed for the Green Bay Press Gazette. Their article  was published on Sunday and urges voters to be critical of political candidates and to investigate whether candidates have plans for how they will achieve their policy positions. The article can be found here.

Leading with Humor & Improv workshop

The Small Business Development Center presents the Leading with Humor & Improv workshop with Liysa Callsen. Participants will learn how to incorporate humor into their lives and businesses, use improvisation to positively advance leadership skills and to embrace diversity in order to form stronger teams. The one-day workshop will be held at the Advance Business […]

Sigmund is up next for Friday NAS Seminar

Thomas W. Sigmund, Executive Director of NEW Water, will present “R2E2: Transforming a Utility” at Friday’s NAS Seminar. Sigmund will be discussing NEW Water’s new solid handling facility called the Resource Recovery and Electrical Energy generation system (R2E2), which is expected to go online in 2018. The seminar will be held in ES301 from 3:30 […]

BHTP receives grant for closer look at dementia

The Behavioral Health Training Partnership (BHTP) at UWGB has received a $95,661 grant to improve understanding and crisis response to individuals living with dementia. The BHTP team, Sharon Locklin, Jessica Delzer and Gail Trimberger, will work with community partners over the next nine months to develop and implement regional trainings related to this important topic. […]

WiSys and UWGB host patent and trademark presentation

UWGB and WiSys Technology Foundation is hosting a seminar featuring Christal Sheppard, Directory of the Midwest Regional United Stated Patent and Trademark Office, from 11:40 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Monday, Oct 3, Phoenix Room C of the University Union. With vast experience in Science and Intellectual Property Law and Policy, Dr. Sheppard will discuss how […]

Former Dean Mike Stearney leading return ‘Habitat’ trip to Manila

Over his 31 years, former Dean of Enrollment Services and alumnus Mike Stearney led more than 175 students on Habitat for Humanity (UWGB Collegiate Chapter) trips. He is leading a return trip to Manila, Philippines, in 2017. He is seeking 12 people to join his Global Village team Feb. 4-18, 2017. Contact him at stearnem.ms@gmail.com […]

Reminder: Campus invited to visit with the Elders

The opportunity to study with First Nations Elders as practiced in North America for thousands of years is a rare opportunity. The UWGB Professional Program in Education’s Center for First Nations Studies (Wood Hall 410) offers informal opportunities for all students, staff and faculty to learn from the Elders and engage in a more complete […]