More vivid fall colors are yet to come, but our photography intern Sam Zingshiem used the nice weather the last week of September to begin documenting UW-Green Bay’s most beautiful season.
The success of an all-out push to increase the number of scholarships available to students at UW-Green Bay over the past 18 months was the reason for a celebration at the Weidner Center Sept. 26.
UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series, hosted by the Division of Outreach and Adult Access, returned on Thursday evening, Sept. 25, with a visit to the nation of Turkey and a presentation by Associate Prof. Atife Caglar of Natural and Applied Sciences. She shared stories, photographs and the cuisine of her native land in a presentation to an attentive campus and community audience in the Phoenix Room.
Veering from its typical serene environment, the award-winning Cofrin Library went ‘carnival’ Thursday (Sept. 11) for its fall 2014 Bash in the Stacks. Participants including students, faculty and staff, had a blast with Nerf tag, games, prizes, and a carnival-themed obstacle course.
Graduate students, faculty, staff and administrators involved in UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Science and Policy graduate program gathered informally at Lambeau Cottage along the campus bayshore for a fall reception last week. The venue welcomed those new to the program, and gave others a chance to discuss news and developments. Students entering their second year of graduate school […]
It was another beautiful day for the fourth annual UW-Green Bay Retiree Association Benefit Golf Outing on August 15, 2014. Nearly 40 golfers and dinner guests – including alumni, current employees, and friends of the University – joined retired UW-Green Bay faculty and staff at Shorewood Golf course in order to have fun and raise […]
Student success is often tied to engagement. UW-Green Bay students took advantage of the beautiful weather, and the new volleyball courts situated in Phoenix Park to engage in a little friendly volleyball competition last weekend. They enjoyed the annual Res Life Olympics, Backyard Bash, Groovin Grounds and more, during “Welcome Week.”
With the help of Chancellor Gary Miller’s putt on the first green, the team of Sue Bodilly, Joe Schoenebeck and Bill Shay, captured a two-under par victory at the 3rd Annual UWGB Convocation Open, yesterday (Thursday, August 28). Participants included faculty, staff, alumni, retirees and friends. Chancellor Miller hit the ceremonial first ball off the […]
More than 600 new freshmen arriving at Residence Life to unpack their stuff and fill their new rooms were met by an army of volunteers — staff, faculty, the chancellor and other top administrators — as Move-In Day 2014 came off like clockwork. A good time was had by all. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow […]
A group of 10 UW-Green Bay students joined a multinational Habitat for Humanity Coalition this summer, embarking on a Global Village trip to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines to build both homes and lifelong memories. After an ambitious fundraising push — all told, the group raised more than $32,000 in six months — the students and their Habitat Adviser, UW-Green Bay Dean of Enrollment Services Michael Stearney, departed for Manila July 30.