Among those receiving master’s degrees at UW-Green Bay spring commencement Saturday was Robert Emmitt Davis. In a previous life he was better known as No. 60, long snapper and special teams star “Rob” Davis, who played 11 seasons with the Green Bay Packers including Super Bowl XXXII and retired in 2008. Davis earned a bachelor’s […]
The professional challenge for first grade teacher and 2011 UW-Green Bay master’s degree graduate Alison Schultz isn’t unique. In fact, a growing number of educators work each day to improve learning by being culturally responsive to the needs of their students and families.
Amber Kurishy Funmaker, who received her master’s degree in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning at UW-Green Bay this month, has been selected for the Uruguay Educator Exchange Program.
On December 18, Danz educators Kristen Retzlaff, Carissa Teaters and Amber Funmaker will graduate with their Master’s Degree in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning from UW-Green Bay. The three worked collaboratively on their research topic — “Improving Bilingual Literacy.”