We are unable to link to the story, but Schreiber Foods recently highlighted Amber Dryer ’17 in its internal newsletter. An intern at Schreiber since 2015, she was noted for for her recent Chancellor’s Award. The Computer Science, Information Science and Spanish major was recently named IS customer support analyst for the company.
On Oct. 7, 2017 UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication, Information Science), backed up by Psychology Chair Ryan Martin and Interim Dean Chuck Rybak (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science), recorded two episodes of the Phoenix Studios podcast “Serious Fun” live at the Brown County Library Comic-Con. Both of those special live episodes […]
Capital Credit Union donated $5,000 to UW-Green Bay’s GenCyber Camp (July 31 through August 4) at UW-Green Bay. The only one of its kind in Wisconsin this summer, the no-cost camp targets Northeast Wisconsin students in grades 7-9 traditionally underrepresented in computer science fields of study and careers. The mission of the program is to […]
Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication and Information Science) is a guest speaker at the Wonder Woman Day event at the Brown County Public Library this Saturday, June 3. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Central Branch (Pine St.) Green Bay. Carr will present at 11 a.m. Participants can expect arts […]
Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr’s (Communication and Information Science) has posted a new episode of his podcast “Serious Fun.” This week’s episode includes insights on the the new Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. It also features Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak (English) and Professor Ryan Martin (Psychology) who discuss the literary, creative and psychological dimensions […]
She grew up just across town, but she wouldn’t change the college experience in her hometown for the world. Bay Port graduate Tanya Niemi tells about meeting her potential, her internship with the Green Bay Packers, and her #uwgblove for this place.
To schedule a visit to UW-Green Bay go to: http://www.uwgb.edu/admissions/visit/ We stopped by some on-campus PokéStops and Pokémon GO Gyms to learn about the Pokémon GO phenomenon, and how students can learn to make apps like Pokémon GO as part of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s new game design emphasis in its Information Science major.