Tag: Physical Education

Alumna’s P-G essay: ‘Happy 50th, UWGB!’

Community columnist Lori (Starks) Linna got into the 50th anniversary spirit with a heartfelt tribute to UW-Green Bay printed in the Saturday (Oct. 31) edition of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. She writes that she was introduced to the new university as a child in the late 1960s, when her father, the late Bernie Starks, was […]

Transforming classrooms: UWGB readies campus for fall semester

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Awaiting UWGB biology students this year is an upgrade to the Exercise Physiology lab with state-of-the-art treadmill and high-end cycle ergometer to measure oxygen consumption (V02). The ability to measure oxygen consumption (VO2) enables the testing of athletes’ maximum aerobic capacity, or “VO2 max.” According to Prof. James Marker, knowing VO2 max helps determine fitness […]

Slideshow: Birr energizes After Thoughts with advice on living well


The fourth season of After Thoughts at UW-Green Bay wrapped up in energetic fashion Tuesday (April 1), when life coach and UW-Green Bay Associate Lecturer Jane Birr presented “Hall of Fame Habits: Bridging the Gap from Frustrated to Fit and Free” before a full house in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Birr, also […]