How do you get YOUR news, events, highlights posted in the Log?

Those new to UW-Green Bay may not be familiar with how to have your news, highlights, notes, events, etc… shared with the wider four-campus community. Here’s what you do… Send an email with your who, what, where, when and why to That’s it. The Log is an internal mouthpiece for the UW-Green Bay campus community. It’s a way to spread the word and highlight and honor the great work of our faculty and staff, UW-Green Bay’s partnerships, the sensational outcomes of alumni and the motivation behind our donors. The Log is published (about twice per week in summer) and more often during the school year (based on demand). If you have an event to publicize, please send to the Log inbox at least a week in advance. If you were highlighted in the media, send the link. Have a publication to share? We want to know. Each post is tagged and is pulled by RSS feed into a newsfeed on main web pages on each campus as appropriate. Submissions to Log also trigger consideration for other coverage by the content team. Questions? Email Director of Content and Media Relations, Sue Bodilly, Bodilly can also help with news releases and media relations in your region.


Sheboygan-based Edurus Tools gets help from SBDC

With a new patent produced every three days, a strong spirit of innovation has emerged among a number of highly creative and driven entrepreneurs that call Sheboygan County home. One of those is Eric Zurn of Sheboygan-based Edurus Tools, who has invented a pair of patented flooring installation tools that are poised to take the marketplace by storm. UW-Green Bay SBDC’s Ray York provided consultation when Zurn enlisted the services of the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) and the SBDC to help guide him on his flooring tool invention and marketing journey. Read more.

Successful UN summit reported from May

On May 25, 2018, UW-Green Bay hosted the second Model UN summit for regional high schools (CESA 7 Region). 2018 EdSummit addressed the issue of human trafficking and included  about 20 high school teams (80 students), representing countries from all continents. The summit was facilitated by UW-Green Bay students representing political science, history, foreign languages as well as global studies programs and global studies faculty members David Coury, Katia Levintova, Cristina Ortiz and Heidi Sherman. Planning for the third summit is in the works. View pictures from 2018 summit.

Come ‘bash the backyard’ at the Mauthe Center

The Richard Mauthe Center will kick off the 2018-19 year of programming with its Backyard Bash on Wednesday Sept. 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Eat, play games, listen to live music and learn more about what the Center is up this year. The celebration will be featuring local Madison band, Hypheria, whose rock riffs and jazz harmonies combine under strong funk grooves for a tastefully mystic experience. This event is free and open to the public. Bring friends and family! The event will take place outside on the Mauthe Center lawn. In the event of rain, the events moves inside to the Mauthe Center auditorium.

Three from Wautoma now cheering for Phoenix (and Packers)

“UW-Green Bay Freshmen Shanyce Davis and Jacqulyn Kane and Sophomore Hannah Bunde are Wautoma locals that moved to the city the Packers call home. These ladies are three of the eighteen members of the UW-Green Bay Cheer Team—also known as Green Bay Phoenix—that not only perform at UW-Green Bay sports events, but they also perform at the NFL’s Green Bay Packers’ home games. Being part of this team is competitive, so the fact Wautoma is so highly represented is truly astonishing.” Read the story in the Waushara Argus.

Check out courses in 2018-2019 Supervisory Leadership Certificate program

Professional development workshops are offered through the SBDC’s 2018-2019 Supervisory Leadership Certificate program. The workshop “Resolving Organizational Conflict” is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11, and “Coaching for Performance” is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 19. Each are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Advance Bus. & Mfg. Ctr., 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay. Cost of each workshop includes instruction, material, morning refreshments, and lunch. For more information on registration, visit, email or call 920-496-2117.

UW-Green Bay chosen as host institution for inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games

UW-Green Bay has been chosen as a host institution for the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games. Student knowledge of civics and how American government works is woefully in decline, according to UW-Green Bay History Chair Heidi Sherman, and beginning in 2017, all Wisconsin high school students are now mandated by law to pass the same civics test required for the U.S. citizenship exam. To help students prepare, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, League of Women Voters, and others, are organizing a statewide competition starting this fall for high schools. Teams will review their civics knowledge this fall and compete at regional competitions throughout the state on February 2, 2019, after which the winners will advance to the state competition in Madison.

UW-Green Bay has been chosen as the regional host for Northeast Wisconsin. This fall, UW-Green Bay History and Political Science students will prepare the questions that will be used for all seven regional competitions and test them in social studies education classes. The UW-Green Bay event will be organized by two units: Democracy and Justice Studies (Political Science) and the Humanities (History).

If you would like to participate in some way, or know any local social studies teachers who might, please contact the lead organizers, Katia Levintova (DJS/Political Science) and Heidi Sherman (HUS/History).