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 […]
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 […]
UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Management Business Institute (EMBI) recognized UW-Green Bay alumnus Paul Linzmeyer ’78 April 21 as the fifth recipient of the University’s Earth Caretaker Award for his work on regional and international sustainability.
It has been 30 years and he lives 9,000 miles away in his native homeland, Malaysia, but memories of UW-Green Bay come both quickly and fondly for UW-Green Bay alumnus Ahmad Faisal Alias. So much so, that Faisal is an active contributor to the UWGB alumni facebook page and he has created a page for […]
Something is very fishy around here. And by that we don’t mean suspicious. With hundreds of miles of shoreline and its tributaries, UW-Green Bay students have an outdoor lab nearly anywhere they look. Assistant Professor Patrick Forsythe (Natural and Applied Sciences) and his students are taking advantage. On Tuesday, April 22, students from Forsythe’s Ichthyology […]
Emily Buelow, the head student building manager at UW-Green Bay’s Kress Events Center, was named the University’s Student Employee of the Year Monday (April 14) during a special recognition event on campus.
The 13th annual Academic Excellence Symposium took place April 10 on campus and, as always, the mid-day fair in the University Union’s Phoenix Room was a chance for leading student researchers to display and explain their work and for talented artists and vocalists to share their talent. (We have the full roster of student presenters […]
A record number of area middle- and high-school students shared their take on the theme of “Rights and Responsibilities in History” April 5 during the Northeastern Wisconsin Region’s National History Day competition at UW-Green Bay. Nearly 440 students from 24 schools throughout the region brought a total of 259 projects to the event, setting a […]
The student curling club from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay made history last month, topping an invited field of the nation’s 16 best collegiate clubs to claim the first-ever USA Curling College Championship.
By the conclusion of Jane Birr’s “After Thoughts” talk April 1, the audience was on its feet. Not because Birr was receiving a standing ovation (though she did earn some thunderous applause), but because she was illustrating the power of starting a journey toward a better tomorrow — and demonstrating just how contagious change for the better can be.