She grew up just across town, but she wouldn’t change the college experience in her hometown for the world. Bay Port graduate Tanya Niemi tells about meeting her potential, her internship with the Green Bay Packers, and her #uwgblove for this place.
One-Night performance is scheduled for Friday, Apr. 28, Weidner Center University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music will present a screening of the 1927 sci-fi film Metropolis along with a live performance of a world premiere film score by the UW-Green Bay Chorale, Wind Ensemble and Studio Orchestra. The one-night performance is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, […]
In this short video, you will see the power and passion that goes into a UW-Green Bay degree and just what the celebration means for those who braved the wintery weather to participate in Fall Commencement 2016. (Fun “b-roll” includes a tractor with power brush leading grads from parking lot to the Weidner Center).
Not exactly “Elf on the Shelf,” but Phlash the Phoenix has a watchful eye on UW-Green Bay this year and is reporting back to the man in charge (Chancellor Miller) on who has been “naughty” or “nice.” Have you been wondering what UW-Green Bay is up to? Take a look as we track Phlash’s adventures.
Several UW-Green Bay faculty members are helping with NEW Water’s Silver Creek Project. The project entails a new phosphorus reduction plan to reduce phosphorus and nutrient run-off which feeds algae and weeds in the Green Bay waterways. Watch the video. ‘Water Knows No Boundaries’
UW-Green Bay alumnus (’12) and veteran Bryan Anker talks about his transformation — a reinvigoration — he credits to UW-Green Bay. Anker is a district manager for world-wide snack company Mondelēz International, Inc. and is a United States Marine Corps veteran. He enrolled at UW-Green Bay in hopes of completing his bachelor’s degree to give himself an edge […]
Students of Physics 201: Principles of Physics watched a unique in-class demo last week presented by Prof. Brian Welsch and laboratory manager Joe Schoenebeck. In the recording, you’ll see Schoenebeck lying on a bed of nails under a chest plate of nails and a cinder block. What happens next? You’ll have to watch… Welsch explains, “The […]
This is NOT Romeo and Juliet. As playwright, UW-Green Bay professor Brian Sutton, explains, “In Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight, marry less than 24 hours after having met and at a time when they’ve spent only about 15 minutes together, after which Romeo kills her cousin in a fit […]
This week UW-Green Bay was one of six UW institutions recognized for earning UW Vets Certification, and it is the seventh straight year the University received national “Military Friendly” recognition. UW-Green Bay has long valued and appreciated veterans and active service men and women. On this, Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2016, members of the campus […]
Don’t forget to get your tickets for Brian Sutton’s “Searching for Romeo” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17-19, at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. For a fun introduction to the production, watch the recently released sizzle reel.