Category: News

Dean candidate Geiser-Getz has withdrawn candidacy for dean position

Glenn Geiser-Getz has accepted a position with another institution and has withdrawn his candidacy for the dean of the UW-Green Bay’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Candidate Chuck Rybak’s interview date has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 26. The Open Forum will take place from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. in the Christie Theatre. […]

Celebrate the launch of the First Nations Ed. D., Tuesday, April 24

Come hear UW-Green Bay Associate Prof.  J P Leary read from his new book, The Story of ACT 31: How Native History Came to Wisconsin Classrooms and celebrate the launch of the new First Nations Doctorate of Education Program. The event is Tuesday, April 24, 2018 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Education Center […]

Reminder: Reservations strongly encouraged for Gypsy Trip live recording session

UW-Green Bay Music’s 2017-2018 6:30 Concert Series at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts completes its season, Thursday, April 26 with local favorite, Gypsy Trip. The band brings its eclectic blend of gypsy jazz, pop influences and original compositions back to Fort Howard Hall — with a twist! Patrons can come for a pre-show […]

Prof. Warner emphasizes strategy in donating in Press-Gazette column

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Lora H. Warner (Director, Center for Public Affairs, Public and Environmental Administration) provides insight on how to efficiently and strategically allocate donations to causes in her article “Don’t just donate your money — be strategic,” in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. In her column, she describes her Strategic Philanthropist course and the […]

Lindstrom is getting shot with the WNBA’s Sparks

Following a stellar senior season and career with the Phoenix, Jessica Lindstrom has been extended an invitation to the Los Angeles Sparks’ WNBA Training camp at the end of April. Lindstrom impressed at a combine earlier this year and after pairing that with her performances this season, the invitation comes as no surprise for the […]

Campus mourns passing of former faculty member, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, David Jowett

Former UW-Green Bay faculty member and acting Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (1987) David Jowett, passed away on April 15, 2018 at his home. He joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 1970, teaching in the College of Environmental Science. Jowett was a faculty member in both Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) and Business Administration. He […]

Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition winners bring stability to seniors

Innovation in Aging Student Group

With aging population rising, there is an increasing need for innovation to improve the lives of seniors. In an effort to address this need, nine teams came together to explore solutions. The UW-Green Bay teams then presented their ideas in the second annual Innovation and Aging Student Idea Competition, Feb. 23, 2018. The winner, Team […]

Prof. Harvey Kaye to help launch ‘Four Freedoms’ exhibit with TCM appearance

On Monday evening, May 21, 2018, UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) will join host Ben Mankiewicz on TCM (Turner Classic Movies) to introduce a series of films: -The Grapes of Wrath -Casablanca -The Cummington Story -The House I Live In -and Deadline USA. These films will help launch Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt […]

Traditional arts teacher, Benjamin Grignon, will use Kohl fellowship to start Ed.D. program at UW-Green Bay

Lee Pulaski wrote an engaging feature for the Shawano Leader on Benjamin Grignon, and his path to receive a Kohl Fellowship. Grignon said he plans to use the personal award to go back to school at UW-Green Bay and pursue his doctorate, an Ed.D. in First Nations education. Here’s an excerpt of the feature: “Benjamin […]