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Close-ups: Don’t worry mom (or dad), I love UW-Green Bay Summer Camp

Close-ups: Don’t worry mom (or dad), I love UW-Green Bay Summer Camp

Summer Camps are in full swing. Dan Moore, from the Office of Outreach and Adult Access, captured the flurry of activity in the first four UW-Green Bay camps of the summer season.

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Alumni enjoyed golfing ‘fore’ scholarships

Alumni enjoyed golfing ‘fore’ scholarships

Alumni and friends raised a record $15,000 in scholarships during the annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing, Friday, June 13, and according to Alumni Director Kari Moody, had a blast doing it. UWGB’s Vets 4 Vets Club also raised $1,000-plus that will go toward scholarships for veterans who are enrolled at UWGB. A record number of golfers — the 144 maximum — participated in the 2014 event.

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For fall 2014 freshmen, school has begun

For fall 2014 freshmen, school has begun

FOCUS R & R just wrapped up, having given most members of the fall 2014 entering class of freshmen a chance to get ready for their college careers. R & R stands for registration and resources. The one-day programs, offered in five separate opportunities over the first two weeks of June, allowed the newcomers to […]

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Snapshots: Spotted fawn spotted

Snapshots: Spotted fawn spotted

Staff member Paul Sheedy, the student billing coordinator, was walking one afternoon last week when he saw a doe cleaning and feeding her newborn fawn in the grass near the Laboratory Sciences parking lot, and took these photos. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view. — Photos by Paul Sheedy, Student Billing Coordinator, UW-Green Bay

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Miller meets the media: Highlights from the Chancellor-designate’s news conference

Miller meets the media: Highlights from the Chancellor-designate’s news conference

UW-Green Bay Chancellor-designate Gary L. Miller fielded questions from members of the media Monday (June 2) afternoon, talking transition during a news teleconference that covered thoughts on impressions and priorities — as well as appropriate winter attire. Miller will begin his tenure as UW-Green Bay’s sixth chancellor Aug. 1, succeeding Tom Harden, who announced late […]

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Sen. Baldwin talks debt with students, alumni during campus visit

Sen. Baldwin talks debt with students, alumni during campus visit

About a dozen UW-Green Bay students and alumni met Wednesday (May 28) with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, participating in a roundtable discussion on the issue of student debt. Flanked by Chancellor Tom Harden and students with experiences to share, Baldwin spoke about the causes of the rising student debt burden in the United States, as […]

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Day in photos, Part I: Images from May 2014 Commencement

Day in photos, Part I: Images from May 2014 Commencement

There are hundreds more where these came from, but here’s our first draft of history — history being May 2014 Commencement at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.  More than 4,000 people in all, including about 635 graduates who participated in the ceremony, filled the Kress Events Center on Saturday afternoon, May 17. (Click thumbnails to […]

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The day in photos, part I

We call it “part one” because we’ll have more posts in the coming days, but this is a good first look at some of the best images from May Commencement 2014 at UW-Green Bay. (Our personal favorite is No. 55 of 56, as the aforementioned chancellor greets UW-Green Bay’s most altitudinally-blessed graduates ever, on stage.)

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Nuova casa: UW-Green Bay celebrates da Vinci statue dedication

Nuova casa: UW-Green Bay celebrates da Vinci statue dedication

The quintessential Renaissance man now has a permanent home at an institution known for embodying his interdisciplinary ideals. UW-Green Bay officially unveiled its new statue of Leonardo da Vinci May 14 with a ceremony, concert and reception on campus. A gift of the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, the 550-pound bust now resides in the Lenfestey […]

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Slideshow: Students sift mess to study recyclables

A group of UW-Green Bay students gave local recycling efforts a boost in April, donning protective suits to help out at the Brown County Resource Recovery Facility. Students of Natural and Applied Sciences Prof. John Katers, the volunteers sorted through thousands of pounds of recycled material as part of a waste characterization study designed to […]

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