Emily Blaha of Sturgeon Bay has been chosen the December 2015 recipient of the Outstanding Student Award presented by the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association. The Business Administration senior with an emphasis in marketing and a minor in design arts will receive her diploma at UW-Green Bay’s mid-year commencement ceremony scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. […]
Kimmy Schwarzenbart is receiving plenty of praise for her work — most noticeable outside the Phoenix Club and the Common Grounds Coffeehouse, on campus.
A December 2011 UW-Green Bay grad’s efforts to shatter the notion of the “ideal” female appearance and shed light on how women are portrayed in the media were featured in a weekend story in the Press-Gazette. Kayla Schroeder, who earned her degrees in Biology and Design Arts, gave her first talk on the perception and […]
That’s the title of a class project in Art Prof. Alison Stehlik’s Design Methods 106 class. Students were directed to observe the activities of UW-Green Bay students in certain locations across campus. They were asked to consider the very subtle ways in which the space affected human behavior. In groups, the art students created “large-scale […]
More than 650 new UW-Green Bay alumni crossed the commencement stage at the Kress Events Center May 18, part of a record class of undergraduate degree candidates who were eligible to participate.
Last week we announced scholarship recipients among the art students in UW-Green Bay’s Art and Design program. This time, we congratulate the Design Arts students awarded the following scholarships for the 2013-14 year: Craig A. Mueller Scholarship — Holly Anderson, Neil Ropson, Sarah Wells and Brandon Langer; Sidney and Ruth Morris Scholarship — YanJun Liu […]
A UW-Green Bay student is advancing to the national American Advertising Federation Addy Awards competition, having qualified at the district level earlier this year.
Thanks to art faculty and students, art appreciation and awareness is both celebrated and highly anticipated at UW-Green Bay.
As part of an interdisciplinary project, Design Arts alumna Christine Engler ’10, designed an “Original Eco U’ t-shirt for the Environmental Management Business Institute (EMBI) in conjunction with Earth Week. Faculty member Toni Damkoehler (Arts and Visual Design) helped with oversight of the project. See a photo of Engler and her design.
As part of an interdisciplinary project, Design Arts alumna Christine Engler ’10, designed an ECO U t-shirt for the Environmental Management Business Institute (EMBI) in conjunction with Earth Week. The University trademarked the phrase “Eco U” this past year.