Category: News

Last chance to register for ‘Becoming a Student-Ready University’

Join organizers the afternoon following Fall Convocation, Wednesday, August 23, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. for a keynote and workshop with Tia Brown McNair, Vice President in the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success at Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). Instead of focusing on student preparedness for college (or lack thereof), McNair […]

Campus community invited to presentation of Inclusive Excellence Certificates

Congratulations to those members of the campus community earning Inclusive Excellence Certificates. The presentation of certificates will occur prior to Fall Convocation at 9 a.m. Wednesday, August 23 in the 1965 Room, University Union. All are invited. Receiving their certificates: Kate Burns, Ph.D. Sarah Schuetze, Ph.D. Courtney Sherman, Ph.D. Jun Myunghee, Ph.D. Elizabeth Wheat, Ph.D. […]

International Education talks new safety app for students studying abroad

A terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, on Thursday left 13 people dead and dozens injured. UW-Green Bay’s Study Abroad Coordinator Jemma Lund, was just a few blocks away from the attack. Although the chance of a student studying abroad getting hurt in an act of terrorism is extremely slim, UW-Green Bay is testing a new […]

Faculty note: Herdman and Gallagher-Lepak release new edition

NANDA-International has released a new edition of their seminal text, Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classification 2018-2020 (11th Edition), a guide to nursing diagnoses. UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. T. Heather Herdman is the lead author. Herdman and Dean Susan Gallagher-Lepak authored introductory chapters in the book. In this new edition, introductory chapters provide critical information needed for nurses to understand assessment, its […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus Kurt Kober may challenge for governor

Sheboygan businessman Kurt Kober ’01 said this week that he is considering running as a Democrat for governor. Kober, a two-time SGA president at UW-Green Bay, is a retail strategy director for The Clorox Co., based in Oakland, Calif. is one of many media outlets with the story. “From my years in business, both in leadership roles […]

Photo gallery: Packers players Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb join PreveaLIVE team at UW-Green Bay’s Kress Center


One would have thought it was 1265 Lombardi Ave., instead of 2420 Nicolet Drive last week when Green Bay Packers players Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb joined Prevea Health for a family-friendly event with a health-conscious focus at UW-Green Bay’s Kress Events Center. Fans large and small had access to a variety of activities including […]

Katers, Zorn lead travel course, present at the Universidad del Desarrollo

Dean John Katers and Associate Dean Michael Zorn (College of Science and Technology) are leading 15 students from UW-Green Bay (one undergraduate and 14 from the Master’s in Sustainable Management) on a travel course to Chile, August 8-21. In the process, they are returning to the Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD) in Chile to present at […]

UW-Green Bay nursing named ‘Best Value’ top 30 program has published its 2017-2018 ranking and places UW-Green Bay as a Top 30 ‘Best Value’ online RN to BSN Degree Programs. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs opportunities for registered nurses (RNs) are expected to increase 16% by 2024. While positions are available for nurses with an associate’s degree, many employers will […]

Prof. Gurung collaborates with alumni and undergrad for recent publication

“Power and provocativeness: The effects of subtle changes in clothing on perceptions of working women,” is now published in the Journal of Social Psychology. The publication is the work of Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) and UW-Green Bay graduates Michaella Brikner ’17 and Vincenzio Badalamenti ’16, as well as current student Elizabeth Punke. “The […]

Archivist Deb Anderson needs your help to prep material for cataloging

The UW-Green Bay Archives contains a treasure trove of books, photos, slides and sundry print material. Some of this wonderful collection is not readily accessible because the material has not been cataloged. Deb Anderson, UW-Green Bay Archivist, is seeking assistance from retirees to prep a portion of this material for cataloging (actual cataloging will be […]