Tag: Social Work

Campus Cupboard has new location and other changes

Campus Cupboard has moved and is currently housed with Social Work. The Cupboard will move in the near future to Rose Hall 140, where it will share space with the Campus Clothes Closet and the Campus Kitchen. Starting in September, Dana Strohm, social work lecturer, will be the advisor for Campus Cupboard. Stacie Christian, director of Inclusive […]

UW-Green Bay, UW Extension partner in food pantry findings

Local food pantry consumers have reported a much lower rate of food insecurity than in 2009, a study released last week reports. Food insecurity rates of food pantry consumers have fluctuated over the past 15 years, peaking at 89% in 2009 and decreasing to 45% in 2014 according to the report, Food Insecurity, Barriers and […]

Study Finds Food Pantry Consumers Less Food Insecure Than in Past

Households with children more likely to be food insecure Green Bay – Local food pantry consumers have reported a much lower rate of food insecurity than in 2009, a study released this week reports. Food insecurity rates of food pantry consumers have fluctuated over the past 15 years, peaking at 89% in 2009 and decreasing […]

UW-Green Bay Social Work holds celebration and symposium

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The UW-Green Bay Social Work Professional Programs held a first annual Social Work Symposium and Celebration in Rose Hall on Thursday, May 5. The Symposium showcased the major projects of the graduating MSW students as well as honors in the major projects, research and advocacy class efforts, and activities from students organizations: Campus Cupboard, Campus […]

Social Work celebrates

The UWGB Social Work Professional Programs held a first annual Social Work Symposium and Celebration in Rose Hall on Thursday, May 5. The Symposium showcased the major projects of the graduating MSW students as well as honors in the major projects, research and advocacy class efforts, and activities from students organizations: Campus Cupboard, Campus Kitchen […]

Social Work students meet with Senator Dave Hansen

Senator Dave Hansen (D-Green Bay) visited with UWGB’s undergraduate Social Work students last Friday (April 8) to discuss an advocacy project the students are developing on the topic of “Educate Your Vote” — designed to educate voters through social media on the candidates’ views for the 2016 presidential election. Senator Hansen discussed specifically the need for […]

Phone-a-thon supporter Kroll named Student Employee of the Year

Human Development and Social Work major Lizzy Kroll was named UWGB’s Student Employee of the Year today, April 11. Development officer Tracy Heaser nominated Kroll, a phone-a-thon supporter for Office of University Advancement, recognizing her responsibility, reliability and her easy demeanor. Kroll received a $50 gift card to UWGB and a plaque recognizing her as […]

Panel discussions highlight diverse religious beliefs

UWGB’s Diversity Task Force, Social Work undergraduate students, and the Inclusive Excellence Inclusivity and Equity Certificate Program, have collaborated to bring two different guest panels focused on the topic of diverse religious beliefs so attendees can consider their discussions as it relates to inclusivity of individuals with varying religious beliefs. The two guest panel events […]

Reminder: Faculty invited to Inclusivity and Equity Conference

Faculty members are invited to attend the Inclusivity and Equity Conference, from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 4 in the Christie Theatre. Faculty will have the opportunity to listen to and ask questions from: 1) a guest panel of diverse students who will discuss their experiences and insights on what an inclusive classroom means to them; 2) Deborah […]