Tag: students

Jazz concert, this Saturday

We’ll have more details in our next issue, but don’t forget the Jazz and Vocal Jazz concert this Saturday (Nov. 14) at 7:30 p.m. in the University Theatre, in Theatre Hall. Performing will be Jazz Ensemble II under the direction of Adam Gaines, and Jazz I and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble directed by John Salerno, […]

‘Chalk Walls’: Union graphics student wins regional best in show


A dozen students and staff from the University Union attended the Region V ACUI (Association of College Unions-International) conference in Minneapolis last weekend. The Union’s marketing and promotions team had eight entries in the graphics competition, with designs that dominated the competition. Among them:
 • Logan Sprangers, first place in the Multipage Publication Design category […]

‘Chalk Walls’: Union graphics student wins regional best in show

A dozen students and staff from the University Union attended the Region V ACUI (Association of College Unions-International) conference in Minneapolis last weekend. The Union’s marketing and promotions team had eight entries in the graphics competition, with designs that dominated the competition. Among them: • Logan Sprangers, first place in the Multipage Publication Design category […]

One million: Kress Events Center nears user milestone

Some time Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 4, 2015), the Kress Events Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will record its one-millionth fitness-and-recreation patron visit. Jeff Krueger, director of operations, says he and Kress staff members will pay close attention to the count Wednesday as it nears 1,000,0000. They’re planning to award a prize package with […]

Help call our prospects


Admissions and Academic Affairs are teaming up to invite faculty, staff and friends to help high school seniors apply to college. These particular students are special because while they have expressed an interest in UW-Green Bay, they haven’t yet formally applied. Admissions would like to have an application push for the month leading up to […]

Bet you didn’t know: Assorted facts, figures from ‘non-trads’


The UW-Green Bay Adult Degree Program will join in observing “National Nontraditional Student Week” Nov. 2-6. Among the activities will be soliciting non-trads to nominate faculty or staff members who have made a difference in their lives, to tweet selfies of themselves doing schoolwork at work or home, an honor society induction ceremony, and prize […]

Innovative teaching methods lead to heartfelt relationships, practical learning

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UW-Green Bay class, HUS 483: Documenting Memory, involves students working on multiple projects in oral history and story collection. English, Education and Humanistic Studies majors worked with interns from UWGB’s Social Work program to document the lives of Unity Hospice patients.

‘Difference’ destinations include Sanctuary, Baird Creek, neighborhoods

View selected photos from Friday afternoon’s Make a Difference Day activities on Flickr. As part of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s 50th Anniversary celebration, more than 300 students, faculty and staff will participate in Make a Difference Day activities, October 23 and 24. The UWGB contingent will volunteer 1,000 hours of service Friday, October 23 […]

Volunteer Center director mentions UWGB in TV interview

Michael Schwartz-Oscar, executive director of the Brown County Volunteer Center, went on WFRV TV-5’s afternoon program recently to talk about “Make a Difference Day” activities with host Kris Schuler. He offers background on the Volunteer Center and mentions how several hundred UW-Green Bay students have signed up for this Friday to help recruit even more […]

Early signups strong for Make a Difference weekend


As part of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s 50th Anniversary celebration, more than 300 students, faculty and staff will participate in Make a Difference Day activities Friday and Saturday (Oct. 23 and 24). Friday afternoon work sites include Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Baird Creek, St. Vincent de Paul, and the Green Bay Botanical Garden. Also, […]