Category: News

Josh Vollmar recognized as UW-Green Bay’s ‘Most Outstanding Student’

Joshua Vollmar

Being good at something is one thing. Being passionate about learning is another. Outstanding Student Award Recipient, Joshua Vollmar, came to appreciate the difference after taking an Introduction to Human Biology class, realizing that learning about health science while sharing compassion through active volunteerism were key to how he wanted to build his future career. […]

About the Graduating Class Speaker Yuntlekalau Mamie McLester


Success comes at your own pace. Yuntlekalau Mamie McLester, Satuday’s graduating class speaker, knows this well. As a non-traditional student, mother and mentor, McLester forged a path toward earning her degree that was neither fast nor easy, but is indeed her own. UW-Green Bay is the fifth and final college she’s attended on her path […]

Photos: Marinette Campus celebrates academic year

Inflatable bounce houses at the Marinette Campus End of the Year Bash

May 15 signaled the End-of-the-Year Bash at Marinette Campus, where students, staff, and faculty gathered for games, food, and amazing weather to celebrate the 2019 school year. Also on May 15, students from Mexico, ages 10-12 toured the Marinette Campus on their visit with local Saint John Paul II Academy. They were an enthusiastic group […]

Campus electronic signage, new boulevard banners, and window at Sheboygan

The digital signs are part of a UW-Green Bay signage makeover that includes new signs at our branch campuses in Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. On the Green Bay Campus, all entrance signs and some interior signs are being updated (colors and logo). The campus is working with Stratford Sign Company and watchfire display on three […]

Downtown Green Bay packed with activities

If you are ready for summer fun, downtown Green Bay is the place to be. “Downtown Green Bay, Olde Main and On Broadway, the triumvirate that bring Green Bay’s central city to life each summer, unofficially kicked off summer with the release of this year’s summer guide,” reports the Press-Gazette’s Jeff Boillier. See the story. […]

Alumnus Craig Dickman ’82 receives Free Enterprise Award

Craig Dickman ’82 (Business Administration) is this year’s recipient of the Free Enterprise Award, presented by Rotary Club of Green Bay. To Dickman, the honor came as a surprise. Dickman refers to the other honorees as icons. “I’m a less traditional leader,” he adds. According to Miranda Bonde, the Rotary Club of Green Bay FEA […]

Entrepreneur in Residence featured in Biz Times

Aaron Kennedy is known nationwide for being the founder and CEO of Noodles & Company, and successfully leading Colorado with branding and marketing campaigns. Now the UW-Madison graduate is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at UW-Green Bay. Kennedy’s enter the effort to help Green Bay attract more startups and scale-ups was announced late April. With an alliance including […]

Laona High School Senior is a future Phoenix, acquiring welding certificate

Jade Kitchmaster, a Leona High School senior, among other students in a pilot program acquiring their Nicolet College welding diploma, are busy building a new steel welcome arch for Leona cemetery. The pilot program allows students to advance in their college welding checklist while still in school. After high school Kitchmaster plans to attend UW-Green […]

Photos: Celebrating Social Work in 2018-19

Social Work Symposium

Student posters, students, community members and faculty/staff filled the Weidner Center foyer on Friday May 10, 2019 to celebrate Master of Social Work (MSW) capstone projects, induction into the Phi Alpha Honor Society, and completion of the Social Work program for 32 Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and 55 MSW students. More than 60 posters […]