Tag: grant

UWGB Police awarded $6,000 pedestrian safety grant

Congratulations to UWGB Police for a $6,000 grant awarded from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The grant will provide additional traffic enforcement to encourage motorists to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks, bicycle safety, and pedestrian safety on campus and in the Green Bay area. UWGB Police will partner with area law enforcement in safety campaigns […]

This November, wild rice is for seeding, not stuffing


Remember the grant received by Natural and Applied Sciences faculty members to pilot the restoration of native wild rice, bulrush and wild celery stands in the lower bay? This just in: Researchers have obtained 350 pounds of rice and are targeting Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 17, to seed areas near the mouth of Duck Creek as […]

UW-Green Bay wins second Latino grant: The Culture of Fusion

Associate Prof. Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz of Humanistic Studies shares word of a sizeable grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council to help fund “The Culture of Fusion” project organized by UW-Green Bay. The $10,000 award will support activities during the first half of calendar year 2016, including: A concert and lecture on Latin Jazz with Chilean saxophonist […]

Cofrin Center for Biodiversity shares in $10 million Great Lakes grant

Biologist Bob Howe, professor of Natural and Applied Sciences and director of the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, and Erin Giese, the Center’s data manager, are UW-Green Bay’s participants in a newly announced, multi-state, multi-university grant of $10 million to monitor coastal wetlands around the Great Lakes Basin over the next five years. This project expands […]

Public Safety earns $10,000 grant for OWI enforcement

Nearly $600,000 is being awarded to police and sheriff’s departments in communities across Northeast Wisconsin to fund extra patrols targeting drunk drivers. Recipients of $10,000 grants as part of the initiative were the campus police force divisions at UW-Green Bay and UW-Oshkosh. WBAY-TV 2 carried a news feature earlier this week about the effort.

Latino American series resumes with Thursday visit by Ohio State prof


The series “Latino Americans: 500 Years of History” continues this week with the screening of another film segment and a talk by Ohio State University history professor Lilia Fernández, who will facilitate discussion during a program beginning at 6 p.m. this Thursday (Oct. 1) in Theatre Hall 210. Fernández’s research interests include history, immigration, race […]

Social Work’s Schanen earns Campus Compact ‘innovation grant’


Jennifer Schanen, lecturer and BSW field coordinator in Social Work, was awarded a Wisconsin Campus Compact Program Innovation Grant. The award will help fund a program evaluation project being conducted by senior-level Social Work students in her Program Evaluation course sequence. Students are partnering with Wise Women Gathering Place to assess the effectiveness of its […]

Amenson-Hill was point person on Aurora Health grant vs. sexual violence

Here is clarification on Friday’s announcement that UW-Green Bay is the recipient of a sizeable grant — nearly $128,000 from the Aurora Health Care foundation — earmarked for educational initiatives related to sexual violence. The Log initially reported that Amy Henniges, director of the Counseling and Health Center, is the point person on the project. […]

UWGB shares in Aurora Health grants, gets $127,000 vs. sexual violence

There was good news Friday (July 31) regarding UW-Green Bay educational efforts on issues related to sexual violence. Aurora Health Care announced grants to two dozen community organizations in eastern Wisconsin (including UWGB) totaling $3.4 million from Aurora’s community-focused Better Together Fund. The $127,786 grant to the University will be used to develop the “Relationship […]

In the news: Henniges talks to WBAY-TV 2 about grant 


“One of our (objectives) is to promote healthy relationships,” Amy Henniges told WBAY-TV 2 reporter Ellery McCardle about a $127,786 Aurora Health grant to UW-Green Bay. “One of the big things that our campus has never had before is a health educator, so we’re going to use a good part of that money to hire […]