Madeline Jensen, a UW-Green Bay junior studying Political Science, Democracy and Justice Studies, German and Education, knows something about starting college. In her article, she lists things that every freshman should know upon starting their higher education path. Read more at Pearson Students.
UW-Green Bay Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor Regan Gurung (Psychology & Human Development) advises students to “plan their crazy” as the start of new academic year approaches. In his article “All work and no play? Tips for the new school year” Gurung explains that few people are good at planning and many people do not plan at all. He says that the most remorseful students are juniors and seniors who were “out of control” their freshman year. Gurung therefore advises students to plan their fun, because if fun is not planned, it happens anyway and is a distraction. Read the article published in Psychology Today.
Fall 2018 FAST plan options are now available. Please complete the payroll deduction form or you can stop by the University Ticketing & Information Center to pay for your new FAST plan.
Manitowoc Herald Times reporter Patti Zarling recently spoke with Chancellor Gary L. Miller and UW-Manitowoc CEO Rachele Bakic about what the UW reorganization means to UW-Green Bay and each of the regional branches. Read the full story here.
Madison 365 published a list of Wisconsin’s 32 most powerful Latinos. “UW-Green Bay’s Director of Student Life came to Green Bay from UW-Milwaukee, where she worked as the sociocultural program manager. She is a graduate of Wellesley College, and got her Master’s degree from Marquette University.” Congratulations, Claudia! You can also find it on Channel 3000.
The UW-Marinette Continuing Education is offering sign language courses this fall. Those interested may choose from two classes according to their level of knowledge. The first class, American Sign Language, is for those who have no prior knowledge about sign language, and it runs on Tuesdays from Sept. 25 through October 30, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The second class, offered for those who have basic knowledge of sign language, runs on Tuesdays from Nov. 6 through Dec. 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Both classes are on campus, and cost $89 per participant. Interested participants may register at www.marinette.uwc.edu/ce or call 920-465-2642. Read the full story on Iron Mountain Daily News.
As part of the Brown County Library Countdown to Comic-Con event, Sept. 20, 2018, you can join UW-Green Bay professors Bryan Carr (Information and Computing Science) and Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) for a discussion of the cross-cultural significance of comics, science fiction and fantasy. Among the topics to be discussed: Superman and the immigrant experience, the rising influence of the Afrofuturism genre and more! The discussion will be recorded for a later episode of Carr’s “Serious Fun” podcast. The event is at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Brown County Library’s Central Branch in Green Bay. It is open to the public.
How’s the campus realignment going? Fox 11 provides some details from UW Oshkosh and UW-Green Bay including an interview with Chancellor Gary L. Miller. Watch the full story on Fox 11.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Scott Venci previews the Phoenix women’s basketball program. It will be another tough preseason, and that’s the way Coach Borseth likes it.
The Miler Art Museum is in search of artists to submit their work for consideration in an upcoming exhibition. Artists are selected by jurors, one of which is photographer Jason Hogue ’11, a UW-Green Bay alumnus and instructor. Winners will receive cash awards. For more information on rules and registration, refer to the Door County Pulse.