The online nomination process for the University Leadership Awards program (Chancellor’s Medallion, University Leadership Award and Outstanding Student Award) is now open! The process is secure and will have the most current information available.
Below you will see the nomination instructions. These instructions are also on the nomination webpage to review when you are ready to nominate.
- Review the award nomination criteria on the University Leadership Awards Website – click on Fall Awards.
- Step 1: Click on Nominations and log in using your campus log in credentials. Find a student to nominate by searching for his/her name or by viewing a list of potential graduates; add the student and award nomination to your nomination list
- Step 2: Review your nomination list
- Step 3: Submit your nomination list
- You will receive an email confirmation upon completion
- Important: Your nominations will not be submitted or saved until you complete step 3.
- You will be timed-out after several hours of inactivity and your unsaved nomination list will be emptied. Please complete all your nominations in a single session.
- Nominations can only be submitted one time. After you complete your nominations, any additional nominations will need to be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.To access the nomination site, you can find it on the Student Life website http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/, click on University Leadership Awards then click on Nominations, or by clicking on the direct link https://sis.uwgb.edu/studentlife/awards/nomination/.
The nomination deadline is Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018 at 11:59 p.m.
Organizers of TEDx UW-Green Bay have begun announcing speakers for the Nov. 1, 2018 event. The first speaker is recent Founders Award winner, UW-Green Bay Prof. Illene Cupit (Human Development). To see speakers as they are announced, visit the Facebook page for the event. Tickets (limited this first year) are expected to go on sale mid-September.
Friends and colleagues mourn the loss of former Green Bay men’s basketball assistant coach Woodrow “Woody” Wilson, who passed away on Saturday, August 25, 2018 after a four-year battle with cancer. He was a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. In 1985, he was elected President of the Wisconsin High School Basketball Coaches Association. In 1999, he was inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame. In 2015, he was the recipient of the Lee Remmel Sports Award for Superior Achievement. His obituary noted his lifelong passion for teaching both the game of basketball and life skills that accompany sports. Family and friends may visit at Palmyra United Methodist Church, 122 North Fifth Street, Palmyra, on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. to noon. Read the full obituary.
In a campus memo, Sept. 5, 2018, UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller introduced a strategic decision to adopt the Academic Performance Solutions (APS) online analytics platform. Faculty will begin training October 2-4. “Metrics for Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan campuses will become available as systems integration allows…” See the memo in its entirety.
An event that will bring an expected 7,000 people to UW-Green Bay on April 13, 2019 needs your support! The Wisconsin Destination Imagination, Inc.’s (WIDI) board of directors approved an agreement with UW-Green Bay in partnership with the Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement to host the Destination Imagination Wisconsin state tournament. UW-Green Bay has signed a contract to be the site host for the WIDI for the next five years, beginning this spring on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Destination Imagination, Inc. is a volunteer-led non-profit organization whose purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Annually, they offer seven new standards-based Challenges in STEM, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning and Early Learning. Each Challenge is open-ended and enables student teams to learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation. Academic tournaments take place around the world where teams have the opportunity to present their solutions to trained appraisers. Students have fun and gain confidence in their ability to solve any challenge. In working to solve our Challenges, teams learn 21st century skills (creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, citizenship and courage) to build on their unique strengths. Founded in 1982, Destination Imagination has impacted more than 2 million students. To learn more, please visit http://destinationimagination.org.
This event will bring around 7,000 people to campus in one day and will be a terrific recruitment tool for the University. With this large of an event, it will be an “all hands on deck” type of day for the University. We will be looking to students and staff to step-up and help out with this unique opportunity we have been given. Therefore, please reserve this Saturday (April 13, 2019) on your calendars to plan to help make this event a successful one.
All this flooding could cause a new hatch of those pesky mosquitoes. UW-Green Bay Prof. Mike Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences), was interviewed by WSAW.
The Golden State Warriors are reportedly bringing Phoenix alumnus Alfonzo McKinnie to training camp, giving him a shot at making the NBA roster. He made an NBA debut with the Raptors last season. See more.
The Green Bay men’s basketball team announced its Horizon League schedule on Tuesday, as well as its new contract agreement with the Resch Center. The University signed a six-year deal with PMI Entertainment, which manages the Resch. The venue will remain the primary home for the Phoenix, although it will play select games at the 4,018-seat on-campus Kress Center starting this season. Eric Arneson, vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate and Athletics Director Charles Guthrie, commented. See more.
“UW-Green Bay students have a number new things to see and try on campus this school year. From buses to new buildings, bikes and beverages, here are five new things for students, who return to class (this week).” The Press-Gazette has the story.