Category: Leading & Learning

Avast! Dietetic interns help consumers search for ‘Hidden Gems’ and ‘Fools Gold’


Leave it to the UWGB dietetics interns to throw a little fun into a nutritional lesson. They helped consumers “unearth hidden health gems and identify fool’s gold,” when partnering with St. Mary’s Hospital — A Woman’s Place and Festival Foods to offer a free on-location nutrition class to the community Feb. 4. The interactive pirate-themed […]

Sustainable Management graduate focuses on greening NFL franchise


When Cleveland native Alexandria Skoch (pictured with Prof. John Katers) wanted to dig deeper into “greening” her hometown NFL franchise, the Cleveland Browns, she turned to a partner NFL city Green Bay and its hometown University, UW-Green Bay, for guidance. Skoch graduated a few weeks ago with a master’s degree in Sustainability Management from UW-Green […]

Psychology students receive honors at semester-ending symposium


More than 70 UW-Green Bay psychology students conducted original research and displayed their work at an end-of-the-semester poster session. Each of these studies represents original research that includes study design, data collection and analysis. Before the poster sessions, students participated in an oral defense of their work and individually, wrote a scientific paper on their […]

‘Model United Nations’ class leads to deeper understanding

Model UN Classroom

Students in UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Elizabeth Wheat’s Introduction to Global Politics and Policy classes say United Nations simulations motivate and engage them on a deeper level. The assigned project gives them a better level of understanding as they research policy issues affecting other countries. “You can only get so much taking notes and trying […]

Psyched up for presentation day: ‘Methods’ class turns students into researchers


UW-Green Bay’s Research Methods in Psychology class is a crucial part of the psychology curriculum that teaches students — usually in their sophomore or junior year — about the scientific basis for psychological knowledge. At UW-Green Bay, students learn by doing. In fact, every psychology student is expected to complete an entire research project and […]

Voices of Veterans: Capturing the oral history and spirit of Northeast Wisconsin veterans


UW-Green Bay students and veterans Ashley Wiles and Sean Gleason have important stories to share. In this case, they are not their own, but the personal, front-line accounts from veterans who served in the United States armed forces in times of conflict. These oral histories provide a personal narrative to future generations so that all […]

Labyrinth walk has deep significance in a year of religious turmoil


Creating and walking a labyrinth has been a capstone activity for award-winning Prof. Regan Gurung’s freshman seminar: “Gods, Ghosts and Goblins,” each year. This year, however, it may take on just a bit more meaning, and move students a bit more deeply. “Our seminar class will be creating our own labyrinth and walking it to […]

43rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition


The Lawton Gallery’s annual juried art exhibition is open to any student enrolled at UW-Green Bay. Consisting solely of student work in a variety of media, the recent exhibition was guest juried by Kendra Bulgrin, director of the James May Gallery in Algoma. All Lawton Gallery events are free and open to the public. Click […]