Susan Rankin, the national consultant retained by UW-Green Bay to head up the 2011 Campus Climate project, will summarize her findings and the survey results in a public presentation on Wednesday, Jan. 18. (That’s the afternoon of Mid-Year Convocation.) Rankin will lead an open session from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m. in the University Union’s Phoenix [...]
The Phoenix women’s basketball team ran its unbeaten record to 13-0 with an 88-53 rout of UW-Milwaukee on Saturday. On Monday, the voters for the AP Top 25 poll bumped UW-Green Bay up three spots, to No. 14 in the weekly rankings – click here.
Congratulations to students Chad Bianchi and Morgan Gantz, co-recipients of the Public and Environmental Affairs Outstanding Student Award for 2011-2012 academic year. The award recognizes PEA students who have excelled in their academic careers and who also desire to pursue a career of public service. This marks the fourth time the award and scholarship have been given. Public [...]
It is time to honor your hard working student employees! In an effort to recognize their contributions, UW-Green Bay will host the eighth annual Student Employee of the Year competition. Beginning today, you may nominate your exceptional employee by submitting a nomination form to the Student Employment Office (SS 1100) by Feb. 17. To learn more [...]
How does a triple-header sound? This Saturday, you can check out two UW-Green Bay basketball games, then watch the Packers face the Falcons in the NFL playoffs. The UW-Green Bay men’s basketball game against UIC will be played at the Resch Center at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 15. The game was originally scheduled for [...]
The American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days campaign is underway. Proceeds from this fundraiser assist in the fight against cancer and support cancer research, education, advocacy, and services. Orders and payments need to be submitted by 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 14. Deliveries will be made March 7-11. In addition to the traditional bunches of daffodils [...]