The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin held a 12-hour “BioBlitz” in late June at the Europe Bay Woods State Natural Area in Newport State Park, Door County. The Cofrin Center of Biodiversity contributed the participation of several scientists to the effort, which also attracted help from UW-Madison, DNR and U.S. Fish and Wildlife personnel along […]
After a warm spring and a wet June, harvest season is here for the campus garden planted by students and other volunteers.
Jeremy Wildenberg is a first-year student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, who serves as a reminder that non-traditional students often bring a knowledge that adds to the academic experience. In his case, he’s teaching Arabic to UW-Green Bay educators.
In conjunction with the 2010-11 Common Theme, “The Leadership Question,” author Paul Loeb will visit the UW-Green Bay campus next fall to discuss how each of us can act upon our deepest beliefs and make a difference. Loeb, who has been writing about citizen activism for almost four decades, has recently revised his Soul of […]
The Public and Environmental Affairs program is helping promote the Green Ribbon graduation pledge among May 2010 grads. Departing seniors are invited to stop at the PEA office on the third floor of MAC Hall to sign the pledge statement (located on Pam Schoen’s counter in the reception area) any time Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to […]
More than 200 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students will participate Monday, April 19, in the annual UN Global Summit. The summit will take place 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Phoenix Room and the 1965 Room. The public is welcome and invited to watch as students address some of the most pressing issues facing the planet.
It’s a community tradition, one which a fair number of UW-Green Bay employees and students have typically supported. It’s the 12th annual Baird Creek parkway clean-up, part of Earth Week 2010, scheduled for Saturday (April 17) from 9 a.m. to noon. Home base is Triangle Hill (500 Beverly Road, just off Baird Creek Road) hosted […]
Brown County Judge Mark Warpinski, Green Bay Police Detective Rod Dubois and Brown County Human Services Supervisor Frances Bass spent a class period with UW-Green Bay Social Work majors (Social Work Method III) last week.
David Wann, co-author of the best-selling book “Affluenza,” and author of “Simple Prosperity” will kick off the Green Innovations 2010 symposium, “Realizing Our Sustainable Future,” on April 22 and 23.
Zach Heugel is one of Phoenix basketball’s biggest fans, standing and cheering from his family’s seats at nearly every home game. The son of UW-Green Bay alumnus and Founders Association president John Heugel, Zach also struggles with a cognitive disability. Social interaction, motivation and physical fitness can be difficult. But, with the help of a […]