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More diversity in the news: Wery’s query on Muslim students makes USA Today

Green Bay Alderman Chris Wery has apologized to the founder of UW-Green Bay’s Muslim Student Association for responding to her question asking why public bus service isn’t free on Election Day – as it is on Packers game days – with his own questions about whether she and her former student group condemn Islamic terrorism. […]

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Helpap to address seminar series on ‘Brownfield Redevelopment’

David Helpap, a UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, will be the featured speaker at 3 p.m. this Friday (Oct. 24) in Environmental Sciences Room 301 for the next edition of the Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series. Helpap’s topic is “Assessing Brownfield Redevelopment Strategies among Local Governments: Lessons from Public Budgeting.” […]

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Reminder: ‘Veteran Reintegration from Combat to Classroom’

The Chancellor’s Council on Diversity and Inclusive Excellence reminds UW-Green Bay employees that the next session of the Inclusivity Professional Development Series is “Veterans Reintegration from Combat to the Classroom.” This session will take place from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 22) in the Union’s Christie Theatre.

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‘Radical urban circus’: 360 Allstars to play Weidner Saturday

Local 5 News Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds on Tuesday (Oct. 21) previewed the touring “360 Allstars” production that will take the stage Saturday (Oct. 25) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Billed as a “radical urban circus,” the contemporary show includes breakdancers, a basketball freestyler, a BMX flatlander and a monowheel artist, Gerds says. […]

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Reminder: Reunion Days, Green-and-White Scrimmage

With over 25 events planned throughout the weekend, there’s something for everyone as part of Alumni Reunion Days this Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 24 and 25). The lineup includes Green and White Scrimmage Afternoon at the Kress, as follows:
 3 p.m. — Women’s Basketball Scrimmage
; 3:30 p.m. — Dunk contest, 3 point contest and alumni/student […]

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Phoenix women, UW-Green Bay alum featured in media coverage of PALS event

The Green Bay Packers may have garnered the lion’s share of media attention, but the UW-Green Bay Phoenix women’s basketball team also was an integral part of the Packer Play 60 Phoenix Fitness Night that took place Monday at the Bellin Health Performance Center. The event is part of the Brown County PALS program, which […]

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Great turnout (and TV coverage) for Childhood Obesity Conference

About 175 professionals from throughout the state of Wisconsin attended the Childhood Obesity Conference held last Friday, Oct. 17, at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center. The Division of Outreach and Adult Access reports that the conference was very well-received, as was the keynote presention by Christina Economos and presentation by Prof. Regan Gurung, Human […]

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More Food Day: Fox 11 airs additional story on Monday’s events

Coverage of Food Day at UW-Green Bay continued into the day Monday (Oct. 20), with Fox 11 News running an additional story on the events during its 5 p.m. newscast. As we told you here yesterday, the station’s Good Day Wisconsin program aired four live segments from the Mauthe Center Monday morning, highlighting the lineup […]

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Next ‘Teen Connection’ to look at sexual assault prevention in Wisconsin

The next “Teen Connection” will examine efforts to protect Wisconsin youth from sexual assault and will provide resources for survivors of these acts of violence. Teen Connection “Sexual Assault” airs statewide at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, on Wisconsin Public Television. Teen Connection is a production of Educational Television Productions of Northeast Wisconsin (ETP-NEW) and […]

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By the numbers: Headcount enrollments up, FTEs lagging for 2014

Log readers may recall a couple of weeks back when we told you about preliminary figures showing a projected headcount decline of about 7.5 percent, or 500 enrollments, at UW-Green Bay. We told you at the time that the final headcount tally was likely to be much higher, and figures released Monday (Oct. 20) confirm […]

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