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Van Gruensven named interim vice chancellor for business, finance

Sheryl L. Van Gruensven, director of human resources for UW-Green Bay, will assume additional duties as the institution’s interim vice chancellor for business and finance. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced the selection of Van Gruensven to fill the leadership position to be vacated by Kelly J. Franz, who is retiring after a three-decade […]

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Sykes says degree is better than the draft

Recent UWGB graduate Keifer Sykes, has the potential to be drafted in the NBA in the next 48 hours. But his degree means more to him than the call, he says. “I would be proud to get drafted, but the biggest accomplishment was getting my degree,” said Sykes in an interview with reporter Justin Breen, […]

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UW-Green Bay announces spring semester honors

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has made public the names of students receiving honors for the spring 2015 semester. Students who earn a 4.0 grade point average receive highest honors, those earning 3.99 to 3.75 receive high honors, and students earning 3.74 to 3.50 receive honors. Acknowledgement of academic excellence for a semester is awarded […]

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‘Notes on Problem-Focused Interdisciplinary Education’ by Andrew Austin

In case you missed it today, Chancellor Gary Miller sent notice to the UWGB community about a “very important contribution” to the UWGB discussion on interdisciplinarity by Associate Professor Andrew Austin. You can find the essay on the Chancellor’s webpage by clicking http://blog.uwgb.edu/chancellor/?p=1926.

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The Phoenix Bookstore temporarily closed

It is the end of the fiscal year and inventory time at The Phoenix Bookstore. The store will be closed Friday, June 26 – Tuesday, June 30. Special accommodations will be made if textbooks are needed. Regular summer hours, M-F 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, resume Wednesday, July 1.  

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Register now for volleyball camps

Green Bay Volleyball Camps, led by Green Bay Volleyball coaches Sean Burdette and Jeanette Waldo begin July 6. Camps are designed for a wide variety of ages and skill levels. Fun, skills, agility, position and team camps are offered. The link for pricing, information, and online registration can be found at www.GreenBayVBCamps.com. Special ‘Lil’ Phoenix […]

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Get the Scoop is June 24

You can Get the Scoop from noon to 2:30 p.m. each Wednesday through the summer on the Student Services Deck. Ice cream flavors of the day for tomorrow (June 24) are chocolate chip, chocolate chip brownie and vanilla and chocolate. (If you hear some enthusiastic cheering coming from the quad during this time, you might […]

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Sherman presents with Viking specialists worldwide

Heidi Sherman presented the paper, “Staraia Ladoga and the Emporia Theses: The Anatomy of a ‘Non-Place’ in Viking-Age Russia,” at Yeast for Changes: Vikings and their Impact on Medieval Europe, May 21. The conference, which brought together Viking specialists from more than a dozen European countries was sponsored by The Institute of Archaeology, Wrocław, Poland.

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SBDC Director Kauth is on-air this Sunday

Small Business Development Center Director Ryan Kauth will be featured this Sunday on KZ Radio’s “The Greatest Radio Hour with Joe Simon.” The promo reads, “Ryan Kauth is in the house talking about how to succeed in business when you’re really trying.” Read more.   

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Pfeifer named UW-Green Bay’s Associate Chancellor for External Affairs

Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced today (Monday, June 22) the appointment of Ronald T. Pfeifer of Green Bay as the new Associate Chancellor for External Affairs and Chief of Staff for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Pfeifer will join the UW-Green Bay administrative team on July 23rd. He currently serves as Associate General Counsel for […]

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