The Wednesday, March 30 public viewing time for The Einstein Project’s Butterflies & Friends art auction has been cancelled. The next public viewing time is noon to 2 p.m. April 27 in the Weidner Center lobby. To see all the pieces available for purchase, you can visit einsteinproject.org/events or stop by the Weidner lobby.
UWGB made a splash in its first-time presence at the annual Einstein Project Science Expo at Shopko Hall, Saturday, January 9. Natural & Applied Sciences and Human Biology shared a booth with posters, displays, and science experiments and traffic all day long. About 5,000 kids and adults attended the expo this year. Photos submitted by […]
At least two artists involved in the popular and annual Butterflies and Friends on Parade display and benefit have UW-Green Bay connections. Senior Communication (photography and journalism) student Whitney Robertson created “Cozy Quirtle” and former staff member Frances Coates (art education) created “Homage to Maria Sibylla Merian.” The fundraiser for the Einstein Project takes place […]
At least two artists involved in the popular and annual Butterflies and Friends on Parade display and benefit have UW-Green Bay connections. UW-Green Bay senior Communication (photography and journalism) student Whitney Robertson created “Cozy Quirtle” (pictured above) and former staff member Frances Coates (art education) created Homage to Maria Sibylla Merian. Coates’ inspiration came from […]
It’s back to the classroom for about three dozen elementary school educators from across Wisconsin spending two weeks on the UW-Green Bay campus this month. We have some nice snapshots of them, and their science faculty mentors, Profs. Mathew Dornbush and Amanda Nelson, click here.
It was back to the classroom for about three dozen elementary school educators from across Wisconsin who spent two weeks on the UW-Green Bay campus this August. The University, in partnership with The Einstein Project, offers summer science institutes.
Mathew Dornbush, associate professor of biology in the Natural and Applied Sciences unit, and Amanda Nelson, assistant professor of Human Biology, are serving as co-instructors of this month’s summer science institute on campus. Dornbush is leading students — elementary school teachers from throughout Wisconsin — through presentations and activities related to plants. Nelson is demonstrating […]
Thirty-six Wisconsin elementary school teachers are taking part in a training program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to learn how to better incorporate science methods into daily classroom activities.