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Marketing begins for app developed by Herdman, Gallagher-Lepak

Leveraging technology to make patient assessments more efficient and effective is the driving force behind the development of a new nursing clinical decision support e-tool, developed by T. Heather Herdman and Susan Gallagher-Lepak of the UW-Green Bay Nursing faculty in conjunction with NANDA International (NANDA-I), an association of nursing professionals that develops, refines and publishes […]

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P-G: Scoreboard an issue at Resch

The Green Bay Press-Gazette is previewing a County Board vote on a $1 million upgrade to the Resch Center video board this week by saying it could help determine if the Phoenix men’s basketball team continues to play at the Resch. The P-G reports that the contract between UWGB and PMI management allows the Phoenix […]

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Semester’s end means charitable donations to local pantries

Dan Jacques from A’viands Food Service shares word that UW-Green Bay made the most out of the dining plan’s bulk sales drive in May. Through the staff assistance of A’viands and the University Union, students and their parents elected to donate $2,762 worth of food that is being made available to the hungry of Brown […]

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Weidner Center welcomes Carrington on May 30

Tickets remain for downhome comedian Rodney Carrington’s show at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 30, at the Weidner Center. He’s described as a multi-talented comedian, actor, and writer who has recorded eight major record label comedy albums selling over 3 million copies. He formerly starred in his own TV sitcom “Rodney,” which ran for two seasons […]

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Cupit interview at national conference spotlights Camp Lloyd

Prof. Illene Cupit of Human Development taped an interview last month at the Association for Death Education Conference in San Antonio. Her interview, in which she talks about grief camps in general, and UW-Green Bay and the summer Camp Lloyd for children in particular, is newly posted on the nationally prominent Open to Hope grief […]

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ABC, NPR call on Draney to explain ‘spider rain’

A small Australian town was hit with a rain of falling spiders and their silk that practically piled up in drifts, and ABC News online wanted to explain the phenomenon to its readers and viewers. They talked to two American arachnologists, including Prof. Michael Draney of the Natural and Applied Sciences program at UW-Green Bay. […]

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Emmons named cover artist for special issue of ‘Spoon River Poetry Review’

Carol Emmons, professor of Art and Design, has been selected as the cover artist for the 40th anniversary issue of the Spoon River Poetry Review. The Review publishes contemporary poetry from around the world, along with interviews and reviews. A detail of her installation “Surveying Desire XIII: Observatory” will be featured. Emmons also presented recently […]

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You magazine ‘covers’ Kate Green

Proud UW-Green Bay graduate and Weidner Center Executive Director Kate Green is the focus of the cover and lead article of this month’s You magazine published by Press-Gazette Media. The piece opens with a cute story about how she got her foot in the door at the Weidner 20 years ago as a valet, mainly […]

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Meredith Livingston is leavin’ on a jet plane… for Brazil

UW-Green Bay Music Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston will be heading to the University of Sao Paulo-Ribeirao Preto Brasil, for her third Fulbright invitation to perform and teach on their campus May 22 through June 5. She will be presenting a lecture-recital on American music theater on Tuesday, May 27, at SENAC, a language school for 150 Brazilian […]

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Russ leads seminars at universities in Poland

Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business last week presented to faculty, doctoral and master’s seminars at The School of Management of the University of Silesia, Chorzów, Poland and at the Department of Education and Psychology, University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland. His presentation was titled “An Introduction to Human Capital 2.0,” and he […]

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