Tag: Phoenix GPS Program

From GPS to graduate school, Shayla Warren has growing aspirations

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Shayla Warren studies the long-term neural impact of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) with the Neuroscience Lab and its faculty members at UW-Green Bay. It’s a massive undertaking for an undergraduate student that could have significant implications on everything from youth sports to accidents on the playground. What made it even more interesting, though, is […]

‘CAHSS and Effect’ interview features Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell and Psychology student

The latest from “CAHSS and Effect” includes a conversation with Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell (Psychology) and Psychology student Shayla Warren. Warren arrived at UW-Green Bay enrolled in the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) program, and now is studying the long-term neural impact of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) and has doctoral aspirations. Warren has been working […]

GPS students deliver toys to St. Vincent’s

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The students of American Government and Politics, a Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) class taught by Associate Professor Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs), recently raised money and purchased toys for HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital as part of a service learning project. The students raised the funds through a bake sale. Photo: @aaronweinschenk via Twitter 

Reminder: GPS service learning project/pageant for House of Hope is Monday, May 6

Every year since the program was started, students participating in the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) program at UW-Green Bay have participated in a service learning project during their second semester. These projects are a chance for students to give back to their community using what they learned in class during the first semester. This […]

GPS students are collecting donations for the Campus Cupboard

Students in Associate Lecturer Alexander Bozzo’s section of the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) program, are collecting donations for the campus cupboard during the weeks of April 28 and May 5. Any donations will be appreciated, but the cupboard is particularly in need of tuna, toilet paper, peanut butter and any canned goods. If you […]

Prof. Vince Lowery named director of Student Success and Engagement

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Vince Lowery (Humanities, History) will be joining the academic affairs administrative team at UW-Green Bay as the director of Student Success and Engagement. Lowery’s appointment is effective April 1, 2019.  He will report to Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Clifton Ganyard. Lowery’s duties include the oversight and development of the Gateways […]

Next installment of ‘Tough Talks’ set for Wednesday (Mar. 6)

“Tough Talks: Teaching to the Transition from High School to College” with Associate Prof. Vince Lowery (History, Humanities), interim director of the GPS Program, will be taking place on Wednesday, Mar. 6, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Room 201 or virtually via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. Sign up. More about […]

GPS co-director search on hold

Due to the absence of a director of Student Success and Engagement, the associate provost has decided to postpone the search for a GPS co-director.  An interim GPS director has been identified, and the GPS program will continue to operate as normal for the coming academic year. Once a new director of Student Success and […]