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Dean Dornbush talks benefits of National Estuarine Research Reserve

“Matt Dornbush has an acronym that sums up the benefits of a proposed National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) for the waters of Green Bay,” writes Jim Lundstrom for Peninsula Pulse. “It’s REST, which stands for Research, Education, Stewardship and Training. Although research is the primary focus of the 29 established NERRs across the country, Dornbush […]

‘Currents’ by Mayumana brings energy to the stage, March 25

The Weidner Center brings to Green Bay an electrifying performance of “Currents” by Mayumana on Monday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m.! Mayumana is based out of Israel, this group brings an inspiring performance based off the historical Battle of Currents! For more information and to purchase your tickets visit WeidnerCenter.com or call Ticket Star at […]

Prof. Luczaj talks with Wisconsin Public Radio about the new Water Science program

“As the world continues to deal with an increasing amount of water quality and quantity issues, there’s a growing demand for workers with a water science background. We hear about one Wisconsin university’s new effort to try and meet that demand.” Listen to host Kate Archer Kent and guest UW-Green Bay Prof. John Luczaj, as […]

Elder-centric debit card concept wins WiSys Innovation in Aging competition at UW-Green Bay

L to R: Sanga, Bares, Lautenschlager, Gallagher-Lepak

The Assist team took first place in UW-Green Bay’s third annual WiSys Innovation in Aging student idea competition on March 1, 2019 with its “Scan Shield” concept of a safe debit card design specifically for the elderly. FIRST PLACE The Assist — made up of UW-Green Bay students Jenna Bares, Emily Lautenschlager, Tommy Mlodzik and […]

UW-Green Bay’s role in the understanding of the Green Bay ecosystem highlighted in ‘Journal of Great Lakes Research’

Over the past 50 years, UW-Green Bay has had an important leadership role in developing a scientific understanding of the Green Bay ecosystem. During this time period, current and emeriti faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduate students, all have made major contributions in an ongoing effort to improve our knowledge of this important environmental resource. […]

Reminder: Sabbatical call for 2020-2021 academic year deadline is Friday, Mar. 29

The Office of the Provost is soliciting sabbatical proposals for the academic year 2020-2021. The number of sabbaticals awarded will depend on the quality of proposals submitted and the ability to cover the curriculum.  All eligible faculty are invited to submit proposals for these awards by Friday, March 29, 2019.  Please direct any questions to […]

Congratulations to Prof. Ahmed, named round two winner in Smart Cities-Smart Futures Competition

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Md. Riaz Uddin Ahmed (Natural and Applied Sciences) has been selected as a round two winner for the Smart Cities-Smart Futures Competition sponsored by Foxconn. Ahmed will now move on to the third and final round of the competition. Evaluation of round three will occur in the month of April, with winners being […]

UW-Green Bay Dietetics students featured at CSA Expo

UW-Green Bay Dietetics students Stephanie Taddy, Kirsten White and Carolynn Claussen were featured at the 7th Annual CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Expo on Saturday, Mar. 2, 2019 at Badger State Brewing. They prepared samples of healthy, tasty meals prepared from locally grown produce donated by Ledgeview Gardens. Photos from the CSA Expo can be viewed on […]

Faculty note: Prof. John Luczaj to be featured on WPR

Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences) will be featured on Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) on Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019 during the 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. hour. Prof. John Luczaj will discuss the new Water Science major that will be offered by UW-Green Bay this fall. The Water Science major at UW-Green Bay is […]