UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology) will lead a discussion tonight (April 10, 2018) on evolution as part of the March for Science events. He will include a brief introduction on some of the top myths and misconceptions about evolution, then open it up to questions. The event begins at 6 p.m. at […]
Congratulations to Hannah Quilling-Iverson ’12 (Human Biology), the former Phoenix women’s basketball point guard and most recently the director of player development for the program, has been named head women’s basketball coach at UW-Stout. The Leader-Telegram has the story.
Developing a successful professional network is an important step for future success. To help students develop their networking skills, the Human Biology program held the first Health Sciences Networking Event on Monday, March 26, 2018 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center. At the event, professionals were in attendance to network with students and help them build […]
UW-Green Bay dietetic interns were featured on Local Live at 5 segment last week, featuring what to do with your Easter leftovers. You can watch the segment and get recipes.
Katie Scharenbroch ’17 (Human Biology – Nutritional Sciences) was selected to receive the Wisconsin Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (WAND) Outstanding Dietetic Intern of the Year Award. The award is intended to recognize emerging leadership and achievement of students in Wisconsin accredited dietetics programs. Scharenbroch is currently completing her dietetic internship through Priority Nutrition Care […]
UW-Green Bay December 2017 graduate, Mallory Krueger (Human Biology, Nutritional Sciences Emphasis) has been selected to receive the Wisconsin Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Outstanding Student Award. The award recognizes emerging leadership and achievement of a student in Wisconsin’s accredited undergraduate dietetics programs. Krueger is currently pursuing her Registered Dietitian credential and graduate studies in nutrition […]
Made possible by a grant from the Produce for Better Health Foundation, upper-level dietetics students will once again be offering free grocery store tours that focus on increasing fruit and vegetable consumption. The student tours are supervised and facilitated by UW-Green Bay alumna and Registered Dietitian, Alicia Slusarek. Tours include nutrition education, answers to nutrition […]
UW-Green Bay Human Biology is planning a Health Sciences Networking Event, March 26, 2018. The event will connect UW-Green Bay students to leaders in the sciences and medical professions. Diane Roundy, Director of Growth and Business Development for Schenck will present, “Effectively Working the Room.” Roundy discusses networking basics and addresses how to meet key […]
UW-Sheboygan student Rachel Rice was placed in the spotlight recently by the Sheboygan Press. The future dietician from Oostburg, Wis. is transferring next year to UW-Green Bay where she will complete a degree in Human Biology with an emphasis in nutrition.
Following a great turnout of more than 100 people for a campus screening this week, the next screening of the documentary, Searching for Sustainability will take place at The Neville Public Museum, downtown Green Bay, on March 20. The film will begin at 5:50 p.m., followed by a discussion panel made up of the films’ local executive […]