Tag: scholarship

UW-Green Bay student artist Brianna Fischer has work selected for Chancellor’s Holiday Card

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University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student artist Brianna Fischer was honored for her work “What One Sees,” an acrylic on paper piece, at the Chancellor’s Holiday Art Scholarship Reception, recently. The event was hosted by Chancellor Gary L. Miller and his wife, Georgia Miller. “What One Sees” was selected by the Millers, from numerous student pieces […]

New (and largest) Phuture Phoenix scholarship awarded

Congratulations to Joshua Vollmar, the first-ever recipient of the John M. Rose and Meredith B. Rose Phuture Phoenix Scholarship. The Rose Scholarship is designed to cover the cost of tuition, fees, and books for two full semesters at UW-Green Bay, totaling more than $8,600 per academic year. Vollmar is a Human Biology major from Suring, […]

Gift allows Leonard’s story to be shared for generations to come 

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Not long after friends had begun to mourn the death of longtime community advocate, mentor and friend, Charlie Leonard, the Green Bay Press-Gazette captured the essence of his professional life with a headline that read, “Charlie Leonard had a good story to tell.” Thanks to his friends and co-workers, Leonard’s passion for precise words, sound […]

Video: Kaye’s remarks at FDR Library for 75th anniversary

UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye of Democracy and Justice Studies was a featured speaker for a Wednesday (Jan. 6) event at the FDR Presidential Library in New York marking the 75th anniversary of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” address. A recording of that discussion (including a rare, vintage excerpt of the original FDR speech) is […]

Faculty note: Cruz is presenter at UW-Milwaukee program

Marcelo Cruz, associate professor of Urban and Regional Studies, is among the roundtable leaders today (Friday, Dec. 4) at the “New Approaches to Latin American Studies” conference hosted by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at UW-Milwaukee. His topic is “Challenges for Regional Planning in the 21st Century: the Case of Cantón Tena […]

New Russ book focuses on ‘Human Capital and Asset Management’

The book Quantitative Multidisciplinary Approaches in Human Capital and Asset Management, edited by Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business, was recently published by IGI Global. Russ wrote the introductory chapter titled “Introduction and a Holistic Framework for Human Capital” and co-authored two other chapters. He wrote “Strategic inertia vs. strategic change: The role […]

Hutchison earns Santander Chair at Portugal’s University of Lisbon

Prof. Ray Hutchison of Sociology has been awarded the Cátedra Santander (the Santander Chair) in the Faculdade de Ciéncias Socialis e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (the Humanities and Social Sciences at the New University of Lisbon) for the 2016 spring semester.  The New University of Lisbon was founded in 1973 following the collapse of […]

HOOAH! Student rallies campus, community for vets

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Nicholas Gries, a nontraditional student at UW-Green Bay, has had many experiences in his life that have made him the man he is today. But it is his military experience that drives his current passion to dive further, dig deeper — both at the University, and in service to his community.

Wednesday’s spaghetti dinner is fundraiser for Pride scholarship


The Straight Gay Student Alliance (SAGA) is taking a lead on behalf of the Pride Center to hold a spaghetti dinner fundraiser for the Pride Center scholarship fund. The dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 21) at the Mauthe Center is $5 or students, $6 for other adults. Tickets can be purchased at […]