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 [...]
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.
For UW-Green Bay junior Dani Thyes, the decision to take a for-credit internship wasn’t easy. But after a semester working hands-on with cardiac rehab patients at Ripon Medical Center, the Human Biology major says it’s one of the best choices she’s made. “I would say that I was very skeptical about taking internships because it’s [...]
From internship project to full-fledged after-school program, the Phuture Phoenix FLITE initiative is making a difference for students at Green Bay Preble High School. Begun in Spring 2010 by Diana Delbecchi, then an intern with UW-Green Bay’s signature college-readiness program and now a University Financial Aid staff member, FLITE is helping high school students prepare [...]
Six UW-Green Bay undergraduate researchers joined about 100 of their peers at the state Capitol April 17, showing their stuff during the 10th annual Posters in the Rotunda event. This UW System-wide undergraduate research showcase allows students to present their work to state leaders and legislators, as well as students, faculty and administrators from across [...]
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present a classic Shakespearean comedy beginning April 26, with five performances of Love’s Labor’s Lost at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. Guest directed by veteran theatre professional Gale Childs Daly, the raucous tale is sure to entertain — with or without a traditional storyline. “It has no plot [...]
There are numerous reasons why UW-Green Bay Prof. Angela Bauer won the 2013 UW System Board of Regents Diversity award in the individual category. A longtime advocate of raising the bar for all learners, Bauer, Human Biology, consistently has worked to close the academic achievement gap, bring minority scientists to campus and make the science curriculum more diverse.
The newly renamed UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance program will present Danceworks, a concert of faculty and student choreography, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall.
If a performance from a local jazz group isn’t your idea of a typical university class hour — well, this isn’t your typical university class. It’s a team-taught course that exemplifies the ideals of UW-Green Bay’s 360° of Learning approach, drawing on a variety of academic disciplines to enhance students’ education with learning from multiple [...]
UW-Green Bay Theatre will present a riveting-true life tale beginning Feb. 28, bringing to life the story of the 1920s “radium girls” and the struggles they faced as dream job turned to nightmare scenario.