Get ready for a “grr-ific” musical at UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center on Thursday, January 17, 2019. Buy your tickets for “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live!” before they go on sale for the general public on Friday, June 22 by using the code TIGER.
The campus learned of the passing of alumna Sandra “Sandie” M. Scott, June 17, 2018. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from the UW-Green Bay Extended Degree Program. Scott served on the Extended Degree Alumni Board for several years. She also served as the past president and was a board member of the […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) was recently featured on Minnesota Public Radio regarding the Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME Council 31. “Is it constitutional to require public-sector employees to pay union fees, even if they are non-members? Or is is a violation of the First Amendment to force workers to financially support an […]
Grand Chute Police receives a few hoax crime reports each year, which often lead to misleading social media posts. UW-Green Bay Communications Chair Phillip Clampitt advises us to fact-check before posting or forwarding as false reports may cause distress in communities. “Realize that many people are using social media for self aggrandizement or for entertainment purposes,” […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. (Sociology) and Chair of Democracy and Justice Studies Andrew Austin published an article titled “How Garrisoning Schools With Armed Resource Officers Normalizes Authoritarianism.” Read the article on Buzzflash.
A reminder that the MESA (MultiEthnic Students Affairs) is taking submissions for fall 2018 Human Mosaic. It intends to collect programs at UW-Green Bay that relate to diversity. The Human Mosaic is distributed to students, faculty and staff at the beginning of the semester. The deadline for submissions is extended to Monday, July 9 at […]
Lori Maloney, a student at UW-Manitowoc, was forced to change her career path due to a motor vehicle accident in 2014. Until the accident, Maloney was a board-certified massage therapist, but the injuries she sustained forced her to choose another profession. Now, she is pursuing an education in Nursing. Read the full story on Herald Times […]
Due to the absence of a director of Student Success and Engagement, the associate provost has decided to postpone the search for a GPS co-director. An interim GPS director has been identified, and the GPS program will continue to operate as normal for the coming academic year. Once a new director of Student Success and […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) comments on the Supreme Court’s ruling on Wisconsin’s political boundary maps. Read the full story on WBAY.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Dr. Jacob Kornetzke ’14, Human Biology, was hired by Muscle and Movement Therapy, a chiropractic practice specializing in multi-modal physical medicine in Cedarburg. Congratulations! Full story on Gmtoday.