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UW-Green Bay International Education and Study Abroad have banner years

UW-Green Bay International Education and Study Abroad have banner years

They are UW-Green Bay’s ambassadors to the far reaches of the world. A record 229 UWGB students traveled to 30 locations outside the United States in 2014-15. The most popular destinations — Cuernavaca, Mexico, Spain, Italy and South Africa. And 2015-16 enrollment numbers are just as promising. UWGB’s Office of International Education (OIE) also helped […]

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Undergraduate researchers honored and recognized

Undergraduate researchers honored and recognized

The experience is worth celebrating, but so is the recognition. A number of UW-Green Bay undergraduates had a fantastic opportunity to participate in graduate-level research this year and were honored among the winners of the outstanding presentation awards at the 14th Annual UW-System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity. Their research and presentation was […]

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Lones, Blake pursue competitive summer research opportunities

Lones, Blake pursue competitive summer research opportunities

While some students will spend summer in relaxation mode, UW-Green Bay’s Lorenzo Lones will be working in a lab at one of the top research programs in the nation. Likewise, UW-Green Bay junior Tresavoya Blake, a History and Democracy and Justice Studies major, will be interning at Loyola University Chicago in its Multicultural Affairs Division […]

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Healing habitats: Grant to build comprehensive plan for fish, wildlife

Healing habitats: Grant to build comprehensive plan for fish, wildlife

More than a dozen undergraduate and graduate students have a tremendous opportunity to work alongside UW-Green Bay Professors Bob Howe and Amy Wolf on a comprehensive plan to improve fish and wildlife habitat in the region. Howe, Wolf and UWGB staff, in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), are the recipients of a $471,000 Environmental […]

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UWGB students take to the tracks for real-life gaming experience

UWGB students take to the tracks for real-life gaming experience

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students Alexander Jacob and Dave Sonnier embarked on a ride of a lifetime when they took part in Train Jam, a 52-hour train ride from Chicago to the Game Developer Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this spring. They were accompanied by lecturer Ben Geisler of UWGB’s Computer Science academic unit. The […]

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Jasen transitioned from homeschool to college with help from faculty

Jasen transitioned from homeschool to college with help from faculty

For many students, the transition from high school to college can be daunting. But for homeschooled students, that switch comes with an even potentially deeper set of challenges. That was the experience initially for Education major Lexi Jasen. “I was very used to doing my own thing,” said the senior who will graduate in May […]

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Photos: UW-Green Bay at Posters in the Rotunda 2015

Photos: UW-Green Bay at Posters in the Rotunda 2015

Seven standout student researchers from UW-Green Bay were selected to join fellow students from across the state in exhibiting at the 12th Annual “Posters in the Rotunda” spotlight event at the State Capitol in Madison on April 22. Undergraduates from each of the System’s 26 campuses set up poster displays to share the findings of […]

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UWGB senior artwork now on display at Lawton Gallery

UWGB senior artwork now on display at Lawton Gallery

It’s that time of year again — we’re getting ready to bid farewell to another group of graduating seniors, and many of those students are showing their tremendous talent before they leave us next month. In that vein, the Lawton Gallery in Theatre Hall is featuring the works of five graduating Art and Graphic Design […]

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Academic Excellence Symposium spotlights student stars of 2015

Academic Excellence Symposium spotlights student stars of 2015

Select students representing academic fields from across campus gathered in the Phoenix Room Tuesday (April 7) for the 14th annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium spotlighting student research and art. About 60 students presented 35 exhibits, including students (above) of Human Biology Prof. Craig Hanke who displayed a poster detailing their group research on “The […]

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Round trip ticket to Cypress opened a new world to Aoki

Round trip ticket to Cypress opened a new world to Aoki

There was a time when Kristy Aoki wanted to be an athletic trainer. Then she met a group of students who introduced her to international culture, and a friend who convinced her to take a trip to Cypress. It was the first of 30 trips to foreign lands, and she discovered that traveling the world […]

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