Tag: Video

Widow Watcher: UW-Green Bay’s entomologist is first call for the black widow… and ticks, and mosquitoes, and more

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UW-Green Bay’s spiderman, biologist Michael Draney, has always been known for his expertise by colleagues across the nation and the world. But recent sightings of the elusive black widow spider in Wisconsin, talk of Zika Virus-carrying mosquitoes and an uptick of tick sightings, is throwing the entomologist in the public spotlight, as well. In this […]

Video Spotlight: UW-Green Bay Professor John Luczaj

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As a young boy his friends teased him for talking about atoms and molecules. Now he is likely to strike up a conversation about the relationship between rocks and the aquifer. Today’s video spotlight from UW-Green Bay’s College of Science and Technology is Prof. John Luczaj (Geoscience, Natural and Applied Sciences). It’s a great interview […]

Photos: Weidner Center Season Reveal

The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts and UW-Green Bay’s Music and Theatre and Dance programs announced their 2017-2018 lineups Wednesday, June 21 in the Weidner Center’s Grand Foyer. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album on Flickr. The Weidner Center’s 2017-2018 Performing Arts Season includes more than 50 performances and sets the […]

Video: UW-Green Bay’s 2017 Commencement

Grab a tissue as you watch another fantastic group of UW-Green Bay students experience what is likely one of their most anticipated days of college — commencement. In this video, Terisa Batrez (Social Work), Ryan Ewert (Engineering Technology) and Destany Calma-Birling (Psychology) share their experiences and their excitement for the future.  

University Archives shares a video tribute honoring longtime UW-Green Bay employee Les Raduenz

The University Archives and Area Research Center shares a video tribute honoring the late Les Raduenz, a 32-year employee (and retiree) of the University. The video excerpt is from an October 2015 interview with Raduenz and Keith White regarding the history of the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum. Raduenz ended his brave two-year battle against ALS, April […]

Video: Metropolis score offers unique opportunities for music and vocal students

One can appreciate the challenge to prepare music students to perform a world-premiere film score. When the music shifts from traditional sounds and lyrics, the stakes get even higher. It appears that Prof. Kevin Collins, who leads the Wind Ensemble and Studio Orchestra, and Randall Meder, who leads the UWGB Chorale, for next week’s Metropolis performance are […]

UW-Green Bay Alumni discuss UntitledTown Book Festival on Good Day Wisconsin

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WLUK’ s Rachel Manek sat down with Brian Simons (Executive Director of the Brown County Library) and Wendy Wimmer Schuchart (UntitledTown board member), both UW-Green Bay alumni, on Good Day Wisconsin (April 19) to discuss the upcoming UntitledTown Book Festival in downtown Green Bay. The festival, held April 28-30, will feature award winning authors, readings, discussions, panels, workshops […]

Video: ‘Life-changing’ teacher, UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung receives top national teaching honor

Honor ‘humbling and an exhilarating surprise’ for the UW-Green Bay professor The American Psychological Foundation (APF) awarded University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) the 2017 Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award, recognizing a career of significant contributions to teaching psychology. Gurung will be honored for his dedication […]

Seeking Comments for HLC Accreditation

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is seeking comments from the public about the University in preparation for its periodic (10 year) evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The public is invited to submit comments regarding the quality of UW-Green Bay or its academic programs. Mail your comment Public Comment on […]

Video: UW-Green Bay composer Michelle McQuade Dewhirst writes world-premiere film score for ‘Metropolis’

Michelle McQuade Dewhirst Creating a Score for Metropolis

What does it take to write a world-premiere film score? University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor of Music, Michelle McQuade Dewhirst, took on the task for the 1927 “sci-fi” film Metropolis which will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 28 by UW-Green Bay Chorale, Wind Ensemble and Studio Orchestra. It’s a fascinating process and she […]