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Next 360° Thursdays concert, ‘Stories without Words’

UW-Green Bay Music will highlight the music of Frederic Chopin in “Stories without Words,” the next installment of its 360° Thursdays concert series, at 6:30 p.m. April 9 in Fort Howard Hall at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. UW-Green Bay faculty member and pianist Michael Rector will take the listener on a musical […]

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Men’s basketball coaching search already underway

By now you have probably heard that Brian Wardle has left UW-Green Bay to accept the men’s basketball head coaching position at Bradley University. A national search for his replacement is already underway. Read more.

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Dave Skogen delivers motivating Business Week keynote

Festival Foods Chairman of the Board Dave Skogen had a message to share after nearly six decades in business. Life is about “earning, learning and returning.” Skogen presented to a full house on the stage of UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, Thursday (March 26) evening as the keynote speaker for the University’s […]

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Farewell to Steve VandenAvond planned

The Division of Outreach and Adult Access is hosting a farewell gathering for Steve VandenAvond on Thursday, April 2 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in their offices on the plaza level (second floor) of the Cofrin Library. VandenAvond’s final day is Friday, April 3. He has accepted a position to become the new vice president […]

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Register today for ‘Transgender Equity in the Workplace’

The campus community is invited to the panel/workshop “Transgender Equity in the Workplace,” from 10 a.m. to noon, Thursday, April 2 in Phoenix B of the University Union. Guest panelists include national presenter Mara Keisling, founder of the National Center of Transgender Equality and Susan Forsythe, an engineer who works with business entities to develop […]

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Philosophers’ Café meets Wednesday, April 1

This month’s Café, led by UW-Green Bay’s Denise Bartell (Human Development), asks whether higher education is still a reliable mechanism for reducing social and economic inequality. Are for-profit and online institutions financially efficient solutions, or do they create a two-tiered system that may perpetuate and exacerbate social inequality? Public regional comprehensive universities such as UW-Green […]

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Mayor Schmitt, others join for Common Theme ‘Phoenix Talk’ on Thursday

A panel discussion regarding connections between UW-Green Bay and its community is planned for 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2 in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall (Mac) 210. Speakers include Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt and his chief of Staff Andy Rosendahl, Karen Faulkner of Golden House, students Sarah Wanek and Lydia Schwertfeger and Professors Regan Gurung, […]

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Reminder: Best of the Bay voting begins today

Voting opens today for the annual Best of the Bay competition. Lots of UWGB entities represented including best college, best fitness facility, best golf course, best bookstore.

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Mark your calendar: Town Hall meeting is April 15

The next Town Hall meeting to discuss budget issues will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15 in the University Theatre.

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UWGB’s Intemann leads Friday NAS seminar

UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) Assistant Prof. Jeremy Intemann, presents “Structural Evolution of a Semi-conducting Polymer for Organic LEDs and Solar Cells,” at 3 p.m. Friday, April 3 in ES 301. A social follows in ES 317. Seminars are free and open to the public.

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