It’s a summer camp where kids can feel supported in their grief and just be kids. For more than 10 years, Camp Lloyd has helped children heal from the loss of a loved one. The latest week-long day camp at UW-Green Bay wrapped up recently. See more via Grieving kids find escape, support at Camp […]
Update: Dedication of the sculpture “Phoenix Rising” will be Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 3:30 p.m. at the Cofrin Library Circle. Chancellor Miller, Eric Arneson and artist Carl Vanderheyden are on the program to speak. Come late summer, there will be a new location for visitors and members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay community to […]
Doug Wirth ’89 (Social Work) entered UW-Green Bay feeling good about who he was, but unsure about who he would become. According to Wirth, a degree from UW-Green Bay prepares you well for the world of work. Wirth is the president and CEO of Amida Care, a Medicaid Special Needs Health Plan in New York […]
Arguably one of the most scenic campuses in the Midwest, UW-Green Bay does it again. Each spring, the Green Bay Campus becomes a fairytale scene of blossoms, flowers and flora. Dan Moore, UW-Green Bay photographer/videographer, captures the splendor in this video.
Josh Kaurich ’07 (Masters of Environmental Science and Policy) knew he had a lot more to give, but was unsure on how to express that. At UW-Green Bay, he received guidance on how to connect learning to life. Kaurich serves as principal for Verita Energy, LLC and founded and manages Midwest Energy Procurement Solutions, LLC. […]
“It was a dream.” Along with some scenes from Commencement, undergraduates Johnny Gomez (Business Administration) and Taylor Gulbrand (Psychology, Human Development), and Brianna Jenkins (Master’s in Nursing Leadership and Management in Health Systems), reflect on their time at UW-Green Bay, and the family and faculty who got them to degree completion. Video by Dan Moore, […]
WFRV covered the annual Heirloom Vegetable Plant Sale that was held on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Hosted by Natural and Applied Sciences, the funds from the sale go towards helping the students in the program. More than 9,000 heirloom plants, vegetables, herbs and flowers were on sale at the successful event.
NBC 26 offers a look at the free goat yoga classes that took place at UW-Green Bay on Friday, May 10, 2019. The classes offered some relaxation to both students and employees, thanks to a collaboration with LaClare Family Creamery. Check out the goat-filled video.
It’s been quite a year for Cordero Barkley ’09 and ’16 (Business Administration, Management), who says he came to UW-Green Bay a boy and left the campus a man. Barkley was recently named director of finance and investments for TitletownTech, having previously served Associated Bank as the assistant vice president, trust relationship manager with Associated […]
Faculty, staff and students are invited to the Weidner Center’s 2019-2020 Performing Arts Season announcement on May 15, 2019 at 4 p.m. All upcoming shows and events in the 2019-2020 season will be announced. RSVP by emailing WCPA@uwgb.edu by May 13, if you are able to attend. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. and light […]