Tag: Human Biology

The Saldaña family is Green with Phoenix Phever

Saldana Family

Antonio and Judith Saldaña never lost their flame after graduating from UW-Green Bay and have passed on the spark to their two children Nicholas and Savanah. This family of four proudly represents the Phoenix green. Both Antonio and Judith grew up in Green Bay, and chose to attend UWGB because it was close to home […]

Faculty note: Gates, Meinhardt art selected for show

Two art pieces—one by Alison Gates (Art) and Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s Studies)—the other an individual piece by Meinhardt, have been selected for a show at the Edna Carlsten Gallery at UW-Stevens Point, June 18–July 29. The gallery is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Meinhardt meinhada@uwgb.edu.

Student Xiong selected to prestigious summer program

Congratulations to Napho T. Xiong, second year student, Human Biology major from Green Bay. She has been selected by the University of Michigan to participate in its Michigan Health Sciences Undergraduate Research Academy (MSHURA). MHSURA is a summer 10-week residential program dedicated to preparing future health science leaders. Xiong is also the recipient of a Phuture […]

University of Wisconsin–Green Bay Names Katers Dean of College of Science and Technology

GREEN BAY, WI – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller today announced the appointment of UWGB Professor John Katers, Ph. D., to the position of founding Dean of UWGB’s College of Science and Technology. Katers is the first dean to be appointed in the University’s new four-college model, the first major restructuring of […]

Health science students have wealth of opportunities

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Life-changing experiences can be found outside the classroom and in community partnerships. For UWGB health science students, that could be a Study Abroad trip to Germany or a trip across town to the Medical College of Wisconsin. Alumna Julia Shariff was the first UWGB graduate to gain acceptance into the brand new program — MCW-Green […]

Prof. Meinhardt looks for allies for ‘Positive Voice’

As part of his work for the board of Positive Voice (a support, education, and social organization serving the LGBTQ community and allies in northeast Wisconsin) Prof. Daniel Meinhardt is assembling a database of individuals who would consider participating in Positive Voice sponsored programming (a variety of educational events addressing a wide range of issues […]

Avast! Dietetic interns help consumers search for ‘Hidden Gems’ and ‘Fools Gold’

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Leave it to the UWGB dietetics interns to throw a little fun into a nutritional lesson. They helped consumers “unearth hidden health gems and identify fool’s gold,” when partnering with St. Mary’s Hospital — A Woman’s Place and Festival Foods to offer a free on-location nutrition class to the community Feb. 4. The interactive pirate-themed […]

See the ‘communication in the sciences’ display

Those with a curiosity on what communication in the sciences “looks like” are invited to visit the Laboratory Science fourth floor display cabinet. Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology) has cultivated a collection of faculty and staff original scientific illustrations, rendering, models and samples that demonstrate the wide variety of ways scientists and researchers present their […]

Kudos: Meinhardt and Gates have piece selected for art show

Alison Gates (Art and Design) and Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies) have received word that their mixed media art piece, Gender Reveal Party, has been chosen for the show Intimate Systems by the Artists in Residence at Madison’s 100arts. About 25 artists were selected from about 100 submitted pieces.  Information about […]

UWGB has fun with kids at Einstein Expo

UWGB at Einstein Expo

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 […]