For new UW-Green Bay alumna Jennifer Ulrich, crossing the stage during spring commencement ceremonies was doubly meaningful. There was the achievement of earning her degree in Psychology, something for which she’d worked long and hard. Then there was the way she physically accepted her diploma, standing — and walking — her way across the Kress Events Center stage.
About 650 students crossed the stage at the Kress Events Center Saturday (May 18) to receive their diplomas at UW-Green Bay’s 44th spring commencement. It was a ceremony to remember, in pictures.
More than 100 friends of the University gathered for the Founders Association Spring Reception at the Weidner earlier this month. Guests enjoyed a casual environment and a chance to meet with some of our top student researchers who have exhibited posters this spring. Greeting the guests were Assistant Chancellor Bev Carmichael, Chancellor Thomas Harden and [...]
How far would you travel to become a better professional? 100 miles? Maybe 1,000 miles? A group of nine educators arrived in Green Bay April 28 after traveling nearly 6,000 miles from Nigeria in Western Africa to attend a series of seminars throughout the week. Group members came to UW-Green Bay to expand their understanding [...]
Warm weather, new seating, the addition of two new sculptures and the planting of SLO’s gardens mean increased activity this week on the newly remodeled Student Services plaza. The sculptures are the end result of work by artist Teresa Lind, who presented a series of workshops on iron casting, including a final pour (pictured below) [...]
UW-Green Bay is a University well-known for providing undergraduate research experiences typically reserved for graduate school. These young researchers had two opportunities recently to demonstrate their exceptional work. Six UW-Green Bay undergrads shared their research on everything from nerdiness to cancer and online trust Wednesday (April 17), showing their stuff during the 10th annual Posters [...]
Some 400 middle and high school students from across the region shared their perspectives — and projects — on “Turning Points in History: People, Ideas and Events” Saturday, April 6, during the National History Day competition held on campus at UW-Green Bay.
What’s love (and sex) got to do with it? Plenty, if you ask UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Denise Bartell. And she’s got the data to back it up.
The great food and fascinating contrasts of Mexico were on display Tuesday, April 2, when Associate Prof. Lucy Arendt headlined the latest UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event. Arendt’s address, “Mexico: The Land of Contrasts,” explored the history, culture and contrasts of our neighbor to the south during her address. Guests dined on a variety [...]
UW-Green Bay’s Art Agency student group hosted its annual Empty Bowls fundraiser Wednesday, April 3 in the Cloud Commons of the University Union. Students and faculty make handmade ceramic bowls, which are then filled with chili or soup donated by local restaurants. All of the proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to Kingdom Come, an Oconto Falls food bank.