An initiative designed to encourage the completion and receipt of associate degrees at UW-Green Bay has met with success and been parlayed into improved procedures for current and future degree-seekers.
Need a quick calculation? UW-Green Bay student Shawn Snyder has an app for that. It was something Snyder never thought he would be able to say — at least in reference to his own application for a precision-based calculator. But now the UW-Green Bay senior can use the popular catchphrase in a personal way, having [...]
For some, Cat Island is just a lump of land that juts a little above the waters of Green Bay not far from the mouth of the Fox River. But for UW-Green Bay graduate students Tim Flood and Tom Prestby — each is enrolled in the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program — it is a [...]
It is a biologists’ dream … to examine, discuss, identify and chronicle, confirm, question and corroborate. UW-Green Bay students — many of them biologists in training in Prof. Mike Draney’s Invertebrate Biology class — certainly have these opportunities for applied (hands-on) learning experiences.
What does aging and the concerns that come with it really look like? How does it feel? What insight can be gained with age and maturity? Through intergenerational dialogue, these are some of the questions UW-Green Bay students are investigating this semester as part of Human Development Prof. Dean VonDras’s Adult and Aging class. “The [...]
For college students, weekends are typically spent catching up on homework, working, relaxing, or hanging out with friends. But five UW-Green Bay Student Wisconsin Education Association members, spent a late October weekend volunteering at two local schools with other Student WEA members from across the state. Student WEA members — 180 participants from 20 of [...]
On a mid-September Tuesday, Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak’s English 333 students are busy analyzing the symbolism of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”
Above: Poetry staffers dressed up as literary journals: (from l-r) Verse Wisconsin, Poetry Magazine, Atticus Review, and The Paris Review. “Excuse me, are you The Paris Review?” asks a poet hoping to publish her work. “Yes, but you’ll have to work harder to get to know me. I’m historic and impressive,” replies The Paris Review, [...]
UW-Green Bay students in Associate Professor Heidi Sherman’s (Humanistic Studies-Medieval History) History Capstone Course had a chance to relive the past with a visit to a longhouse recreated to replicate those of tenth-century Scandinavian farms in Norway. Owen and Elspeth Christianson, who have studied Viking-age Norway for nearly 40 years, built the longhouse in 2011-2012 [...]
Rippling, retting and rarin’ to go, UW-Green Bay History and Fiber Arts students found fun (and beautiful weather) in hands-on learning Sept. 5, inaugurating another year of the Flax Project at UW-Green Bay.