Tag: students

Nutritional Sciences student awarded Monato Rural Health Essay Prize

Kristen Shaver (nutritional science) was awarded the Monato Rural Health Essay Prize for her essay, Immunizations Among Plain Communities. The work details her research about immunizations in Mennonite communities in rural Wisconsin in light of current public health recommendations for vaccines.

UW-Green Bay alumni to speak at Small Business Summit on Thursday, Sept. 19

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is hosting a Small Business Summit on Thursday, Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in its Corporate Conference Center. UW-Green Bay alumni Paul Northway ’90 (Business Administration and Political Science) and Craig Dickman ’82 (Business Administration) will be keynote speakers at the event. The purpose of the Summit is to inform, educate and […]

Flu vaccine available to students, faculty and staff

The Counseling and Health Center, located in Student Services 1400, is offering the Seasonal Influenza Vaccine (quadrivalent) to all faculty, staff and students by appointment only, on the Green Bay Campus. To set up an appointment, have your campus ID number or faculty/staff ID number available and call the Counseling and Health Center at 920-465-2380. […]

UW-Green Bay students participate in innovation skills accelerator program

Five UW-Green Bay students recently completed an innovation skills accelerator program with The Commons, which places college students from 25 Wisconsin universities on interdisciplinary teams to work on real corporate and civic challenges as well as student startups, in Milwaukee. The five students applied to the program and were chosen for the Spring 2019 cohort. Jennifer Nowicki (Business […]

UW-Green Bay students help create mural

UW-Green Bay students, along with members of Lawrence University Native Americans and Matika Wilbur’s artistic team, helped create a mural that was a product of a week-long collaboration between students and Matika Wilbur, a photographer and visual storyteller from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington. Read more at TeraNews.

UW-Green Bay student provides networking tips

In an article for College Magazine, UW-Green Bay student Dorothy Metz (English) provides students with five ways to successfully network. The article features tips from Director of Career Services, Linda Peacock-Landrum, New Student Program Coordinator, Grant Winslow, Assistant Prof. Emily Ransom (English) and Prof. and Associate Dean, Ryan Martin (Psychology, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences). Read […]