Tag: website

Open Letter to the File Not Found Squirrel

UWGB Squirrel

This week, Assistant Prof. Jennie Young (English, Humanities, Director of the Writing Center) scripted An Open Letter to the File Not Found Squirrel, celebrating the empathetic furry rodent. Anyone who has used the UW-Green Bay website in any depth since fall of 2012, is likely familiar with the 404 error page and would appreciate Young’s […]

New online directory at your fingertips

The web development staff members have been working on a new online directory. It is available from the front page www.uwgb.edu (click directory). The directory provides a site-wide search as well as faculty/staff look-up and a department directory by phone and e-mail. It also provides ways to connect via social media. Questions, comments or concerns […]

New webpages for majors and minors by Sept. 1

Adept web users may have noticed that some UW-Green Bay academic pages have a new look. The University’s Web Strategy Committee is currently in the process of converting all academic pages to the new global template. Text and images from Admissions handouts featuring majors and minors are being used to populate each respective landing page. […]

Campus website down (shortly) for server change

The campus website will be unavailable for a brief period sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Thursday, August 4 while files are moved to a new server.  In preparation for this move, the ability to make updates to websites will be removed at noon on Wednesday, August 3 and will be restored after the move is […]

Fresh new look for admissions website

Perhaps you haven’t noticed, but admissions and web development team members have been hard at work creating a new admissions website. The site complements the new UWGB front page that was launched in January, with great photos, visuals, easy navigation and direct calls to action. Check it out www.uwgb.edu/admissions and forward the link to your […]

Website redesign launches Dec. 21

In an effort to continually improve UW-Green Bay’s web presence, Web Services rolled out top-level pages of a newly developed University website beginning Monday (Dec. 21).  Users will notice the fresh look and improved usability. A commitment to “responsive design” — automatically providing users an attractive and comprehensible site for all devices from laptop to […]

UW-Green Bay homepage gets new look

You may have noticed that the University home page has an updated layout today (April 6). Campus personnel in Admissions, Web Services and University Communication worked together on updates that provide for richer and more frequent content updates and a better browsing experience for users, particularly prospective students, while remaining as a useful portal for […]

Faculty note: Nursing’s Tyczkowski featured on faculty-development website


Assistant Prof. Brenda Tyczkowski of Nursing, academic director of the Health Information Management Technology collaborative online master’s program for UW-Green Bay, was selected to participate in a web-based project to promote best practices in online learning. The sponsoring consortium — led by outreach, distance learning and continuing education specialists from partner institutions UW-Extension, Cal-Irvine and […]

University’s new calendar display, and revised car/room reservations

You might have already noticed that the University’s master calendar has a new look (http://calendar.uwgb.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx). You can use this calendar to help you find events on campus, and narrow your search by clicking various links and options. By default, this calendar automatically shows what is happening in the University Union, unless you specify other preferences. […]

New website for Admissions

There are a few bells and whistles yet to be added, but the redesigned Office of Admission website is pretty much up and running at www.uwgb.edu/admissions/. Prospective students will find a site that is highly responsive (“responsive” being a term that describes a webpage that displays in attractive fashion whether the user is browsing with […]