Ashley Dellosa (Business Administration) ’08, professional educator, mom of two and dedicated triathlete, is headed to Hawaii later this week to compete in the Ironman World Championship. The Ahwatukee woman is one of only 14 women among 726 competing on Oct. 12. “I was on the swim team at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and […]
Green Bay Athletics is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year by releasing a list of the “Top 50 Most Influential Leaders in Green Bay Athletics History.” A new addition is added every week throughout the academic year. On Sept. 27, 2019, Athletics announced the addition of Bob and Carol Bush to the already prestigious list […]
“It leads off a busy year for the PAC, which not only brings in Broadway shows but also stage plays, musical acts, family programming and community collaborations. The team over at the PAC is led by Maria Van Laanen. She was the second person hired by the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center back in 2001, […]
“Improv comedian and professional embroiderer – unlikely companions on a single CV but it’s what you find on Lauren Sinner’s ’14 (Arts Management). The American fabric artist is in Wellington on a residency at the New Zealand Pacific Studio in the Wairarapa. She’s gathering material for the Surface Design Journal that she co-edits, preparing for […]
Janae Due (English) ’16 was appointed assistant director of the Anderson Freeman Resource Center at Middlebury College in Vermont. The center is focused on serving the needs of students from traditionally underrepresented groups. Due was the equity and social justice coordinator at the Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity at Iowa State University. […]
As Junction Center Yoga Studio in Jacksonport approaches nearly 20 years of helping attendees with their practice, the restorative yoga classes have struck a chord, particularly with older practitioners who use it to improve their daily movement and well-being. Offered twice a week, the gentle yoga classes have grown in popularity and benefited many dedicated […]
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay alumna Jennifer Nowicki ’19 (Business Administration) has been an entrepreneur almost her entire adult life. She has worked in the tea industry for 25 years and is Wisconsin’s only certified tea specialist (Specialty Tea Institute ’09). In addition, she has co-owned a coffeehouse, owned a tearoom in Milwaukee, and has been […]
UW-Green Bay alumnus, Jim Steffen (Environmental Science and Biology), “the Mothman of Glencoe, the champion of McDonald Woods, a Chicago Botanic Garden ecologist for the past 30 years, as well as the co-author of such must-reads as ‘Interactions of an Introduced Shrub and Introduced Earthworms in an Illinois Urban Woodland,’” gives insight as to how moths […]
On Thursday, Sept. 19, Police Officer Issac Gonzalez (right) was sworn-in (by Chief David Jones) as a member of UW-Green Bay Police. He attended UW-Green Bay and is a graduate of NWTC Law Enforcement Academy. He most recently served as a community service officer (CSO) with the Manitowoc Police Department.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Mike Roemer ’86 (Communication Processes) was recently a featured farm photographer. See his work via UW-Green Bay Alumnus Mike Roemer is Featured Farm Photographer- Progressive Dairy.