Tag: UW-Manitowoc

Project Coastal students showcase innovative research at State Capitol

Nearly 130 students and their faculty mentors from every UW campus across the state traveled to the State Capitol in Madison to showcase their important and innovative research at the UW System’s 15th Annual Research in the Rotunda event. Students presented their work to the public, state legislators, UW alumni and other supporters while demonstrating […]

Dean Rudd thanks community for support of UW-Manitowoc renovation

Regional Executive Officer and Dean for the UW Colleges Northeast Region, Martin Rudd, thanked the community for support of the $7 million renovation at UW-Manitowoc. The column was featured in Mach 23, 2018 Herald Times. “Many people and organizations deserve our thanks. The strong commitment to investing in education by the Manitowoc County Board of […]

UW-Manitowoc hosts ribbon-cutting for large-scale renovation

MAN-ribbon cutting 2018

A ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an open house celebrating the completion of a $7-million UW-Manitowoc renovation project, Wednesday, March 7 at the campus. The investment included moving and updating the library; creating a new science commons; and updating art studios, science labs and classrooms. Electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other infrastructure items were also updated […]

Faculty notes: Elizabeth Wheat at Manitowoc Public Library

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Elizabeth Wheat (Public and Environmental Administration) will lead a Great Decisions discussion at Manitowoc Public Library, March 5 at 6 p.m. This series is free and open to the public. She will discuss “Media and Foreign Policy.” See more.

Herald Times Reporter details UW-Manitowoc renovation

“For the past several years, the campus community has been eagerly awaiting the completion of a $7 million renovation project that focused on science classrooms and labs, the library, and art studios,” the Herald Times Reporter noted this week. Details of the badly needed renovation are revealed and an Open House is scheduled for 5 p.m. March […]

UW-Manitowoc hosts Open House on March 7, 2018

March 7, 2018 will be a very special day at UW-Manitowoc. For the past several years, the campus community has been eagerly awaiting the completion of a $7 million renovation project that focused on science classrooms and labs, the library and art studios. The renovation was funded through a collaboration among Manitowoc County, the State of […]

University Staff Assembly (Feb. 15), welcomes UW Colleges colleagues

The University Staff Assembly will be Feb. 15 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Phoenix C, University Union. A message from Chair Jan Snyder, “The UW-Green Bay University Staff governance committees are honored to serve the university staff body and to represent you in shared governance. It is our duty to share information with you […]

Faculty note: UW-Manitowoc’s Coen leads global leader discussion

In the first session of the 11th annual Great Decisions series at the Manitowoc Public Library Monday, Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science) from UW-Manitowoc and UW-Sheboygan called into question the United States’ position as a global leader. “Part of that ‘Pax Americana’ is asking what has happened to that power,” Coen said. “Is it eroding? Is […]

UW-Manitowoc renovation ready for start of the semester

In late 2016, Manitowoc County approved funding of $5 million for a renovation of the original building, Founder’s Hall, built in 1962 on UW-Manitowoc’s campus. The renovation is ready for the spring semester. “The State of Wisconsin provided new laboratory equipment, classroom equipment, furniture, IT infrastructure and other movable equipment. The UW Foundation, a local […]