Taking our brand to the streets, the new 360° of Learning radio ads have been playing on stations throughout Wisconsin since October. They are part of a larger plan to increase enrollment and highlight the UW-Green Bay experience.
Unlike millions of others with an iPad 2 at the top of her holiday wish list, sophomore Chelsea Rouse’s intentions had little to do with an unquenchable thirst for the latest in technology and everything to do with helping a child with special needs.
When Rouse heard about a radio station granting holiday wishes to those in need, she entered a contest on behalf of her friend Dylan, a six-year old with Autism. As one his therapists, she felt it could be a big help in his sign language development. In fact, the iPad has special applications for people with Autism.
Ron Retherford, class of 1970, remembers the very first UW-Green Bay commencement ceremony (June 1, 1970) for its music. While the official record notes a prelude concert and triumphant recessional by the Concert Band under the direction of Prof. Robert J. Bauer, Retherford maintains that at some point a little barbershop harmony burst forth. “Since […]
Burtner will be visiting the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay as part of this year’s Campus Common Theme, “Realizing Our Sustainable Future.” The compositions that Burtner has created symbolize the very powerful link between humans and the environment that we inhabit. Burtner believes that the technology we possess today gives us the chance to become even closer with nature and take even more pleasure in it. With this approach, a new relationship can form with the natural world and technology.
UW-Green Bay’s graduates have great stories to tell about their UW-Green Bay experience. That’s the premise behind a new regional radio campaign.
Lisa (Stache) Martin, a 2001 Interdisciplinary Studies grad (and Business Administration minor) through UW-Green Bay’s Adult Degree Program, has developed a fan following and part-time income as a dot-com mom. In her four blogs, the Green Bay native offers hints on saving money, finding useful household products and dealing with tough family situations.
Ed Weidner’s signature was on the diploma when Cheryl Grosso received her UW-Green Bay bachelor’s degree in 1978. Today, she returns the favor by contributing her musical signature to the chimes that will sound across campus from the new Weidner Memorial Carillon.
In a radio interview with WTAQ reporter Scott Patrick on Friday (Jan. 16), Chancellor Thomas K. Harden said he was impressed with the character of the University, its heritage, its interdisciplinary approach the nature of the people here. Click the “play” button below to hear the interview.
Comments from Chancellor-designate Thomas K. Harden via telephone.
Interim Chancellor David Ward, a former Green Bay college student and UW-Green Bay faculty member, addressed the 2008 convocation said he was delighted to be back with the University. He touted UW-Green Bay’s history of innovation, record of success and prospects for future growth and leadership as reasons for optimism.