UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance, and Weidner Center staff and patrons, celebrate the life and mourn the passing of Carol Jean Gilsdorf the “Notorious CJG” on May 15, 2017. After a meaningful career in nursing and healthcare, Carol spent a great amount of time with family and volunteering in the community — most notably for […]
Are you hosting a public event this summer? For maximum exposure, e-mail the Log at email@example.com and e-mail Rachel Wussow with details for the Master Calendar which feeds into the front page www.uwgb.edu and automatically pulls into the “events” section of your Log.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs ) has signed a contract with Oxford University Press to produce a detailed annotated bibliography on Urban Sociology for the Oxford Bibliographies series. The Oxford Bibliographies is a cutting-edge resource built around exclusive, authoritative research guides that combine the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level research encyclopedia. In addition to […]
Last week UW-Green Bay faculty members David Coury, Katia Levontova, and Heidi Sherman helped host 80 high school students for the 2017 EdSummit where they examined the Syrian refugee crisis. See the photos.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reported on the expansion of business partner InitiativeOne — an organization focusing on strategic counseling and leadership development for executives and organizations. In the story, founder Fred Johnson credits UW-Green Bay with giving the organization “academic credibility.” “UW-Green Bay has given academic credibility to our process, which has led to us […]
Green Bay men’s basketball is shoring up its roster. WTAQ reported last week on a transfer anxious to put on a Phoenix uniform.
Resident bird expert and curator of UW-Green Bay’s Richter Museum of Natural History, Tom Erdman shared photos and details of the University’s newest parents. Rupert and Mimi are the Peregrine falcons currently nesting on the roof of the David A. Cofrin Library. Rupert Rupert, an adult male, replaced the unbanded male present at the start […]
Summer hours are here. Common Grounds is open from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and the Garden Cafe is open 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Mondo and Create menus remain the same as the school year. A variety of “On the Go” sandwiches will be available in both locations. Soup […]
Prof. Ellen Rosewall (Arts Management) will present at the Association of Arts Administration Educators conference in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 2, on the topic “Enabling Change, Encouraging Challenge.”
Kristy Deetz (above) and Reni Gower (below), co-curators of FABRICation, a touring exhibit of seven textile artists, generously shared with Les Femmes Follies about how they came to be artists, their artistic processes, feminism and collaboration and much more. You can see a two-minute video of the exhibit here.