Representative John Macco released a statement thanking the State Building Commission for supporting the STEM Center at UW-Green Bay. See the statement at WisPolitics.com.
It’s great news for UW-Green Bay graduates — the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported that UW-Green Bay Class of 2017 had the lowest average loan debt of Wisconsin public schools.
Just like Green Bay women’s basketball, the Phoenix volleyball team was, once again, recognized for its academic excellence. For the fourth season in a row, the team earned the American Volleyball Coaches’ Association’s (AVCA) Team Academic Award for the 2017-2018 season. The team’s GPA totaled up to 3.48, with 7 students on the Horizon League […]
The rusty patched bumble bee population has declined dramatically over the years, but there’s an effort to turn the numbers around. Keith White Prairie is a place on UW-Green Bay campus, where bumble bees swarm flowers known as bee balm. There are around 20 bee species that are native to the state of Wisconsin, but […]
The State of Wisconsin Building Commission approved a proposal to release $5 million to help fund construction of the Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus. Read the press release.
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller, members of the campus leadership team and CEOs from Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan campuses are meeting with business and regional leaders. The “Meet and Greets” begin this week with visits to Marinette and Sheboygan, Wednesday and Thursday, August 8-9, respectively. The visits conclude at Manitowoc on Monday, August 20. […]
UW-Green Bay senior Clare Bestul (Business Administration) was one of the nine young entrepreneurs selected to pitch their ideas at Light Up the Lakeshore business idea contest in Two Rivers on August 2, 2018. Bestul’s idea, a device that helps detect ice thickness and lake depth for ice fishers, didn’t win the contest. However, Bestul […]
Peter Gross, an incoming Sheboygan campus freshman and Oostburg High School alumnus, started working for Kohler during his senior year in high school helping create new materials from industrial waste. His apprenticeship with Kohler’s Kitchen Product Engineering Team gave him hands-on experience for his future career, as he plans to pursue an electrical or mechanical […]
Senator Robert Cowles (R-Green Bay) released a statement concerning the STEM center funding approval. Read the statement on Wispolitics.
The Summer/Fall 2018 issue of Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin’s Historical Review is now available. The magazine is published by the Brown County Historical Society in close collaboration with UW-Green Bay. Associate Prof. David Voelker (Humanities and History) is the editor-in-chief and served as the current issue’s editor. Professor Toni Damkoehler (Design Arts) was the art director […]