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.
UW-Green Bay is set to serve as a regional site for the Wisconsin Civics Games. The Wisconsin Civics Games are meant to rekindle interest among high school students in journalism, current events, local government, civics and engagement in public service. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has more.
The novel “Past Perfect Life” by Elizabeth Eulberg features a main character that hopes of one day attending UW-Green Bay and being an Education major. Learn more.
Most of you have received at least two requests via e-mail to update or add your areas of expertise to the UW-Green Bay Experts Guide. (The e-mail likely did not reach emeriti faculty; please update your profile with the link.) The guide helps the Office of Marketing and University Communication field media requests and pitch […]
UWGB Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk has been busy with media calls of late. This week, he was asked by WBAY-TV to comment on the announcement by Congressman Reid Ribble not to seek reelection and what that means for Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District. “I think it’ll be competitive. You’ll probably have a big slate of candidates, […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. of Democracy and Justice Studies Harvey J. Kaye did a lively seven-minute segment on “HuffPost Live” Tuesday morning. When host Caroline Modaressy asked him whether Donald Trump’s latest furor is just another calculated stunt by the bombastic presidential candidate and TV personality, Kaye didn’t disagree — “As he likes to say about […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, co-author of the new book A Citizens Guide to US Elections, contributed a guest column to the Sunday (Nov. 29) edition of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Headlined ‘Sick of politics? Get involved,” the essay opens with the observation “There’s still about a year […]
Chancellor Gary L. Miller and Athletics Director Mary Ellen Gillespie introduced new Phoenix men’s basketball coach Linc Darner to a roomful of staff, supporters and media representatives Wednesday morning (April 15) at the Kress Events Center. The former Florida Southern head coach shared brief remarks and then answered media questions from the lectern and in […]
Remember watching weekend late-night horror shows as a youngster? Sneaking into the living room after everyone else went to bed. Staying up well past midnight to make it to the movie’s end. Becoming a fan of the ghoulish horror host who got things rolling and reappeared periodically with the running jokes, sinister sidekicks or weekly […]
One of UW-Green Bay’s newest alumni (a cum laude grad and Chancellor’s Medallion winner, to boot) was featured in a Saturday (May 17) Green Bay Press-Gazette cover story about the trends on women in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Corinne Grossmeier, who graduated this weekend with a double major in Biology […]