Tag: Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning

I Knew A Boy: A Human Beingness Story | Dan Terrio | TEDxUWGreenBay

I Knew A Boy: A Human Beingness Story | Dan Terrio | TEDxUWGreenBay We all have a story. It’s the one thing that binds us all together. Far too often, we brush people off for what you perceive about them rather than getting to see their true self, or their ‘human beingness’ in this case. […]

Women’s basketball gets an experienced Big Ten graduate transfer

The Green Bay women’s basketball program has announced the addition of graduate-transfer Carly Mohns, who will be eligible to play immediately in 2018-19. Mohns graduated from Iowa in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in sport and recreation management and has begun working on her master’s degree (Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning) at UW-Green Bay […]

UW-Green Bay and Plymouth School District celebrate 10-year partnership

Plymouth Cohorts

Teachers, alumni and administrators involved in an innovative graduate-education partnership between the Plymouth School District and UW-Green Bay gathered this month (May 2018) to celebrate the program’s historical impact and anticipate its future. The “Plymouth Model” began 10 years ago when the Plymouth School District committed to supporting master’s degrees for their teachers. UW-Green Bay […]

Meet Dan Terrio, Adult Degree graduate

The latest issue of the The Flame, the newsletter of the Adult Degree Program, carries a profile of Interdisciplinary Studies and Teaching and Learning graduate Dan Terrio ’12 and ’14. A former resident of the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican reservation near Shawano, he has worked as a youth development manager for the Greater Green Bay Chamber and, […]

Plymouth rocks commencement with big cohort getting master’s degrees

Two years ago, UW-Green Bay experimented with an on-site master’s program in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning at the Plymouth School District. Two years later more than 15 educators from Plymouth were eligible to receive their degrees in the May 2015 ceremony, which featured a record number of master’s grads (72) at least in […]

Packers’ Davis earns master’s degree

Among those receiving master’s degrees at UW-Green Bay spring commencement Saturday was Robert Emmitt Davis. In a previous life he was better known as No. 60, long snapper and special teams star “Rob” Davis, who played 11 seasons with the Green Bay Packers including Super Bowl XXXII and retired in 2008. Davis earned a bachelor’s […]

In pictures: Education hosts Celebration of Achievement event

The Professional Program in Education honored some of its finest last week during the annual Celebration of Achievement, held at the Weidner Center. The event included the presentation of 2013 Outstanding Alumni Awards, given to seven UW-Green Bay graduates in a variety of categories. Special guest speaker for the evening was Rob Davis, a 2013 […]

UW-Green Bay Education alumna Sara (Boyer) Rohde is AP coach of the year

Green Bay Notre Dame girls basketball coach Sara Rohde, who led the Tritons to the WIAA Division 2 state championship last weekend, has been named The Associated Press state coach of the year. As Sara Boyer, she graduated in 2003 from UW-Green Bay’s Professional Program in Education, and was a standout player for the nationally […]

Alumna is finalist for nation’s highest math, science teaching honor

A two-time UW-Green Bay alumna is among five finalists for a prestigious national teaching award, the state Department of Public Instruction announced Tuesday (July 10). Sheila Kohl, a sixth-grade teacher at West De Pere Middle School, is among those vying for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the nation’s highest honor […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus scores with tale of hockey, life, death


A new popular book by Roger Dier, a 2007 graduate of the UW-Green Bay master’s program in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning, is getting notice on Amazon.com as one of the winter’s more interesting reads. Scarlet Ice, published by Minnesota’s Two Harbors Press, is out barely a month and already in its second printing. […]