Tag: Student Government Association

Proud Papa: Prof. Austin presents son, Nikolas, with diploma

Associate Prof. Andrew Austin’s son, Nikolas, graduated with a degree in Political Science and was quite active in student government. Serving as Student Government Association President in 2016-17, he fought for expanded voting opportunities on campus. “I think that the only really effective way to make sure that everyone has access to voting, which is […]

SGA and RHAA election results

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Residence Hall and Apartment Association (RHAA) have elected several new positions for next year. Election results: SGA President: Eduardo Navarro SGA Vice President: Sam Engel RHAA President: Nate Nichols RHAA President: Sam Soda Elected Senators: Samantha Dannhauser, Shane Kanneberg, Justis Tenpenny, Elijah Mada, Courtney Zambon, Linnea Zintman, Abbie Wagaman […]

National speaker Robyn Ochs at UW-Green Bay Thursday, March 30

From 2 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30, national speaker and author Robyn Ochs will present “Understanding Bisexuality” in the Christie Theatre. The event is sponsored by the Pride Center, Healthy Choices, Diversity Task Force, Inclusive Excellence, Good Times Programming and Student Government Association. At 5 p.m. that evening, the Pride Center potluck/games night takes […]

Absentee ballot registration drive

Yesterday, the Student Government Association sponsored an absentee ballot registration drive. More than 20 students registered to get their election ballots via mail or email, in order to avoid the long Election Day voting lines. Want to vote absentee and avoid the line? It’s not too late. Download and print your one-page registration form (pdf) […]

UW-Green Bay launches student-focused mobile app

UWGB launched a new mobile app this semester.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Student Government Association recently partnered with UW-Milwaukee’s App Brewery to develop a mobile app that is making life a little easier for busy students. Although primarily student-focused, friends, family, and Phoenix fans are welcome to download the app as well. UW-Green Bay Mobile features quick links to learning platforms such […]

SGA and RHAA: Election results are in

Congratulations to the newly elected presidents and vice presidents of Student Government Association (SGA) and Residential Hall and Apartment Association (RHAA). Nikolas Austin and Dylan Tritt will be the president and vice president of SGA, and Ashley Keenan and Samuel Soda will continue on in their reoccurring positions as president and vice president of RHAA. […]

‘Around the World in 90 minutes’ comes to campus

The Student Government Association is sponsoring guest speaker Marty Essen’s performance of “Around the World in 90 minutes,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 7 in the Phoenix Room. The show is said to be lecture, theatre, comedy, all rolled into one 90-minute presentation about Essen’s incredible images as he documents animals and the environment while […]

Prisons and Pizza event, March 1

The Student Government Association along with a number other campus groups are sponsoring “Prisons and Pizza,” a roundtable discussion about the state of the criminal justice system in Wisconsin. Representing at the roundtable will be a diverse group of professionals who work in the criminal justice and prison system. Free pizza for all who attend. […]

Mohammad ’14 to speak today in ‘Inclusive Excellence’ event on Islam

Former UW-Green Bay student government leader Hebe Mohammad, Class of 2014, will speak and answer questions about the religion and culture of Islam in a program today (Thursday, Nov. 19) from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Union’s Christie Theatre.  She will talk about her faith and what it means to be Muslim in the […]

Sen. Ron Johnson to hold town hall here on Tuesday

UW-Green Bay student government leaders have confirmed that Wisconsin U.S. Senator Ron Johnson will appear on campus for a town hall-style meeting next Tuesday (Nov. 24) from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. in the Union’s Christie Theatre. The event is open to all, but students say they expect Johnson to address key issues — higher ed […]