UW-Green Bay’s own Kelli Strickland (Executive and Artistic Director, Weidner Center for Performing Arts) made guest remarks last Wednesday (May 16, 2018) at the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes’ 18th annual Winner Trivia, a yearly fixture that draws local trivia lovers and Girl Scouts supporters. As a former Girl Scout and Gold Award […]
Elm Grove comedienne and UW-Green Bay alumna Mary Gallagher ’90 (Theatre) is ready to take her act to primetime. Read about in in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
UW-Green Bay is proud to announce its participation in Milwaukee Summerfest’s new “Show Your College Pride Day” on Friday, June 29. The special day promises all who arrive at the Mid Gate booth between noon and 3 p.m. wearing a shirt or hat representing UW-Green Bay, one free weekday admission, valid for the day and time […]
Robert Holmes ’87 (Political Science) is among four people that have filed to run for Isabella County’s open prosecutor seat. If elected, he would seek advanced training and education for staff and attorneys to better meet the responsibility of protecting Isabella County citizens.
UW-Green Bay alumna, Rhonda Madsen ’91 (Human Development), was named Educator of the Year for the Peshtigo Chamber 2018 Richard and Patricia Roland Persons of the Year Awards. Madsen is a third-grade teacher at Peshtigo Elementary Learning Center. The Peshtigo Times has more.
UW-Green Bay alumnus and Menominee Tribal Chairman Douglas Cox ’13 (Interdisciplinary Studies) will serve as guest speaker for the College of Menominee Nation graduation ceremony. This year marks the college’s 25th anniversary. The Shawano Leader has the story.
What could cause 1,700 kids to consistently laugh and scream at a book festival? Well, R. L. Stine, of course, author of the Goosebumps series. As one of the key events of the UntitledTown Book and Author Festival, Stine spent a few hours with area school children at the Weidner Center, Friday, April 20… much […]
The Door Country Pulse reports that Ben Nelson, a graduate of UW-Green Bay, has been hired as the Door County Parks Superintendent. Nelson ’03 (Environmental Science) has a strong background in natural resources and says he is excited to bring his talents and leadership to Door County.
UW-Green Bay received word that alumnus and former Alumni Association Board Member, Kurt Dally ’73 (Human Adaptability) ’91 (Environmental Arts and Sciences), passed away. He served on the Alumni Association Board from 1982-85. See his obituary.
“Last May, Diana Delbecchi ’10 (Human Development and Psychology) returned to Ritsona, Greece. She picked up where she left off, as a volunteer for ‘I AM YOU… With strangers, who have become life-long friends, she says the on-going crisis in Syria, continues to take an emotional toll on it’s people. ‘This poor 17-year-old boy is […]