Tag: Continuing Education and Community Engagement

GenCyber returns to UW-Green Bay but this year, it’s a camp for teachers

Green Bay, Wis. — For the second consecutive year, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement was awarded a grant from the National Security Agency (NSA) for its GenCyber program. Last year, the Division received a $100,000 grant for a student camp that hosted 100 students for free, from the […]

Reminder: Swinging for support: Jazz Benefit or Camp Lloyd is April 5

The Blue Opus and Green Bay Jazz Orchestra (many musicians with UW-Green Bay ties) have teamed up for an evening of jazz to benefit, and raise financial support, for Camp Lloyd at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5, 2018. Camp Lloyd is a Northeastern Wisconsin summer camp for children ages 7-14 who have lost a loved […]

UW-Green Bay Academic Competition is in the news

Students from 15 Northeast Wisconsin high schools participated in the 2018 UW-Green Bay Academic Competition. The Green Bay Press-Gazette had the story. The 360 students competed in one of four subject areas with questions written by UW-Green Bay professors as well as other area educators. See the results. Continuing Education and Community Engagement was the […]

Winners announced for UW-Green Bay 2018 Academic Competition

Academic Competition Crowd

Green Bay, Wis. — Students from 15 Northeast Wisconsin high schools participated in the 2018 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Academic Competition. The 360 students competed in one of four subject areas with questions written by UW-Green Bay professors as well as other area educators. High school teachers served as subject team coaches to lead teams of […]

Masters of Data Science program wins Outstanding Program of the year

The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) recently recognized the online UW Master of Science and Data Science program with one of its highest honors: “2018 Outstanding Program” in the credit category. The University of Wisconsin-Extension created this collaborative, multi-campus online degree program as a solution to the high demand and low supply of data […]

UW-Green Bay Summer Camp registration is now open

UW-Green Bay Summer Camp registration is now open and everyone knows a camper that would be a perfect fit. The 2018 summer camp season marks the 60th year that UW-Green Bay has offered summer youth camps. UW-Green Bay offers camps in art, music, healthcare, business and technology. These camps include both overnight and commuter options. […]

UW-Green Bay hosts seventh-grade science retreat

CESA7-science-retreat

On Thursday (Jan. 25, 2018) UW-Green Bay’s College of Science and Technology hosted 72 seventh graders for a CESA7 retreat. After a welcome from Dean John Katers, the middle schoolers rotated through three hands-on activities that included Joe Schoenebeck’s lab sciences tour and physics demo, a dissection and physiology demo in the anatomy lab with […]

Meagan Strehlow and student Emmalee Wilson testify about College Credit in High School

UW-Green Bay freshman Emmalee Wilson and UW-Green Bay’s Director of K-12 Relations, Meagan Strehlow, testified in front of Rep. Dave Murphy’s, Assembly Committee on Colleges and Universities on AB 805, Jan. 18, 2018. It provides new ways to utilize the Early College Credit Program. They then met with Wilson’s home representative, Andre Jacque. “College Credit […]

College no laughing matter for Kimmel’s production assistant

At 26 and living in California, Joey Bina is not, by any means, a traditional UW-Green Bay student. By day he works on the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! — ABC’s late-night talk show — as Kimmel’s personal production assistant, by night he is a hard-working honors student, ready to graduate this Saturday (Dec. 16, […]

All are winners in the first-ever all-campus ‘Food Fight!’

The first-ever all-campus Food Fight brought 2,071 pounds of food and hygiene items to fill the Campus Cupboard shelves, providing provisions to members of the UW-Green Bay community who are in need. In a nearly campus-wide contest, the Cofrin Library, Office of International Education and Office of Continuing Education and Community Engagement teamed-up to recorded […]