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Ke$ha cancels spring tour dates; says she’ll reschedule for fall

The Good Times Programming student organization has confirmed that its highly hyped April 13 concert date at the Kress Center with pop star Ke$ha has been postponed until fall of 2014. The singer announced on her personal webpage Tuesday that previously scheduled March and April tour dates have been postponed in order to allow her […]

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‘UW-Green Bay Commons’ in running for Digital Humanities site of the year

Associate Professor of English Chuck Rybak, Humanistic Studies, encourages you to vote for the UW-Green Bay entry in a worldwide web vote-off for top Digital Humanities website. The site that Rybak created and hosts — The UWGB Commons for the Public and Digital Humanities — has been nominated for a 2013 “DH Award.” The voting […]

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Wednesday is OrgSmorg

The spring semester OrgSmorg takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 5) in the Union’s Phoenix Room. Students (and faculty and staff) are invited to check out information on more than 100 student organizations. Free goodies and giveaways are always part of the fun.  

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Chancellor’s ‘open office’

If you have something you’d like to share with UW-Green Bay Chancellor Tom Harden, here’s a good opportunity, on Wednesday: read more

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VIPs turn out for listening session; final forum is Thursday at Neville

We’re told that Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt and Packers CEO Mark Murphy were among the business and civic leaders who turned out for Tuesday’s mid-day Chancellor Search and Screen Committee listening session at the Brown County Central Library. The events invite campus and community members to weigh in on what’s important in selecting UW-Green […]

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Honoree in business plan contest has UW-Green Bay, SBDC connection

Angela Lensch of Angela Lensch Gallery, Egg Harbor, took fourth place and $1,000 in the recent Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Contest. The Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay, a co-sponsor of the competition, also has connections with Lensch. She is a graduate of the SBDC’s entrepreneur training program in Door County and works closely […]

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Student paper on sugar/cancer relationship earns 2014 Sager Scholarship

The Cofrin Center for Biodiversity has announced the selection of Holly Plamann as recipient of the 2014 Sager Scholarship for her paper titled “Can Added Sugar Intake Increase the Risk of Developing Pancreatic Cancer?” The Sager Scholarship recognizes excellence in science writing based on undergraduate student research. Plamann will receive a $1,000 award, available for […]

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Live, from Madison: The BOR

Yes, all the color and pageantry of the monthly UW System Board of Regents meeting will once again be available to you via the magic of live videostreaming from Madison. Thursday’s session runs from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The full Board convenes at 9 a.m. Friday (Feb. 7). Access the videostreaming link at www.wisconsin.edu.

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Reminder on nominating colleagues for Founders Awards

Already sent campuswide but repeated here for the record: The Awards and Recognition Committee encourages anyone from the UW-Green Bay community (faculty, staff, students, and community members) to submit a nomination(s) prior to the March 10, 2014 deadline. The nomination form for the 2014 Founders Association Awards is available electronically. All awards will be presented […]

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More grant opportunities, for February

The Office of Grants & Research is actively seeking grant funding opportunities that both support the priorities established by Federal agencies and assist members of the UW-Green Bay community in pursuing research and program interests. As promised, OGR is providing a link to the OG&R website and a list of funding announcements that match the […]

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