UW-Green Bay alumni Kayla Viste ’13 (Public Administration) and Mike Hastreiter ’13 and ’17 (Economics and Masters of Environmental Science & Policy) are the new owners of Karvana Coffehouse in Green Bay. The new owners plan to run Karvana full time. Both have management and food service backgrounds. Read the full story.
The 2019 All Campus Business Meeting will be taking place on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019. Please join us for our annual report on the state of the University. Faculty and staff from all campuses are strongly encouraged to attend. Attend one of the two sessions taking place at UW-Green Bay’s Christie Theatre located in the University […]
Green Bay has been featured in the top 100 in WalletHub’s Best College Towns & Cities in America ranking. WalletHub compared more than 400 U.S. cities of varying sizes based on 30 key indicators of academic, social and economic opportunities for students. Read more.
Green Bay has been ranked #10 in a list of best cities for millennial families created by ValuePenguin. Aspects such as jobs, work-life balance, housing and livability, education and health and safety were taken into consideration when creating the rankings. Read more.
GREEN BAY — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is sharing more details about a series of celebrations marking five decades of history that began Sept. 2 1965 when Governor Warren Knowles signed legislation creating a new four-year university for Northeastern Wisconsin.
As part of Associated Bank’s Fridays on the Fox series, the “three A’s” of UW-Green Bay — Alumni, Admissions and Athletics — are inviting students, alumni, friends and fans to Phoenix Friday on the Fox, between 5 and 9 p.m. Friday, July 24, on the CityDeck in downtown Green Bay. There’ll be socializing, games and […]
The ARTgarage started with a simple idea by a couple of UW-Green Bay art majors to use part of an empty cannery building as studio space and a gallery for local artists. It has evolved into much more.
Two UW-Green Bay art graduates had a need for studio space and UW-Green Bay alumnae Sandi Van Sistine ’78 provided it. Recently expanded, the ARTgarage, in downtown Green Bay, is flourishing and at last count at least seven UW-Green Bay graduates have set up shop there. UW-Green Bay is mentioned in a Press-Gazette story.
From painting to pottery to a praying mantis, UW-Green Bay alumni artists do it all. Take a walk down Green Bay’s annual Artstreet event and, among the hundreds of artists attending, you’ll likely admire some of the work of UW-Green Bay graduates. Here are just a few of the UW-Green Bay alumni who showed off […]
Downtown Green Bay Charities, Inc. was awarded a $12,500 grant from the Community-Based Economic Development Program administered by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. DGBCI will use the grant to develop a plan for a wholesale retail food cooperative, a commercial kitchen incubator and a facility for education in food production topics. The project seeks to […]