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Need regalia? Yours for the asking, but better ask soon


Between the formal installation of the Chancellor in November and UW-Green Bay mid-year commencement in December, the pageantry of traditional academic ceremony will be much in evidence. Here’s a special notice to faculty and staff who don’t own their own regalia but anticipate participating in the formal ceremonies: The University, through the Phoenix Bookstore, is […]

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SBDC at UW-Green Bay partners to schedule Business Success Summit

The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay will partner with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and other organizations to present the first-ever Business Success Summit Wednesday, Nov. 19 at NWTC. The daylong summit is being held as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, and will feature more than 100 Northeastern Wisconsin entrepreneurs, innovators and small […]

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Faculty note: Senzaki publications


Sawa Senzaki, assistant professor in Human Development and Psychology, has recently had two manuscripts published. The first is “Examining cultural drifts in artworks through history and development: Cultural comparisons between Japanese and Western landscape paintings and drawings” in Frontiers in Psychology: Cultural Psychology. The second is “Holistic vs. analytic expressions in children’s artworks: Investigating cross-cultural […]

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Reminder: Noon faculty forum with Leary, Hutchison


Humanistic Studies will be hosting its first faculty forum of the fall semester today (Friday, Sept. 26) from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room: • JP Leary, assistant professor of Humanistic Studies and First Nations Studies, “Behavior of our Alumni: First Nations Studies, Education Policy, and Social Change” • Ray Hutchison, professor of […]

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Reminder: Chen and today’s electronic Bronsted-Lowry acid talk


Chemist and Associate Prof. Franklin Chen speaks at 3 p.m. today (Friday, Sept. 26) in ES 301 on “Electronic Origins of Acid-Base Character: Natural 
Acidity Analysis of Aqueous Bronsted-Lowry Oxyacids.” It is, of course, part of the NAS Seminar Series.

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Reminder: ‘very small’ faculty concert


UW-Green Bay Music will present “a very small consortium,” its first concert event of the 2014-15 season, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 in Fort Howard Hall. Lowercase by design, “a very small consortium” is a group of UW-Green Bay faculty and friends that specializes in the performance of miniature masterpieces — 100 notes or […]

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SBDC at UW-Green Bay a partner in presenting Business Success Summit

The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay will partner with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and several other organizations to present the first-ever Business Success Summit Wednesday, Nov. 19 at NWTC. This daylong summit is being held as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 17-23. More than 100 Northeastern Wisconsin entrepreneurs, innovators and small […]

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Gurung is featured presenter at childhood obesity conference

Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung will be one of the featured presenters for “The Childhood Obesity Conference: Inspiring Change to Improve the Health of America’s Children,” a one-day conference to be held Friday, Oct. 17 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay. UW-Green Bay is co-sponsoring the event with UW-Extension and UnitedHealthcare Community […]

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Every Friday is #PhoenixFriday

Every Friday is Phoenix Friday. This Friday’s special at The Phoenix Bookstore helps you spread Phoenix spirit far and wide. All window clings and bumper stickers are discounted 20 percent. Don’t forget about your 10 percent discount at campus dining locations for wearing Phoenix/UW–Green Bay apparel. Showing at CheapSeats this weekend in the University Union […]

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More details on McQuade Dewhirst’s ‘Iron Composer’ challenge

In early August we brought word that UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. of Music Michelle McQuade Dewhirst had been selected from a pool of more than 200 applicants to compete as one of five finalists in an event called Iron Composer. It’s a loose takeoff on the TV show “Iron Chef” in which the competing composers […]

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