Reminder: Medicinal plant walk, Friday, Oct. 12

UW-Green Bay alumna Misty (Davids) Cook ’03 (Master of Science in Administrative Science), author of the book “Medicine Generations,” will lead a medicinal plants walk on the Green Bay Campus and give a talk on her book on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. The book talk will begin at 11 a.m. in Wood Hall 410, with a book signing taking place and refreshments being offered at noon. The medicinal walk around campus is set for 12:30 p.m., rain or shine. Meet in Wood Hall 410 at 12:20 p.m. to take part in the walk!

Student working with archives collection

Join the celebration! Winner of the Governor’s Award is…

Join in the celebration as the UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center is presented with the 2018 Governor’s Award for Archival Innovation by the Wisconsin State Historical Society. This award acknowledges the Archives’ leadership in building flexible instructional programs across the UW-Green Bay undergraduate curriculum. The Archives Department will be recognized for its innovative and extensive work connecting students with historical materials in unique and profound ways. RSVP by October 22.

Wednesday, October 24
4 p.m.

Archives and Area Research Center
David A. Cofrin Library 705
UW-Green Bay 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311

RSVP by October 22

Brief Remarks
Provost Greg Davis
Caroline Boswell
Alison Staudinger

Award Presentation
Wisconsin State Archivist Matt Blessing
2018 Governor’s Award for Archival Innovation


Led by Warpinski, women’s golf on par for good season

Led by a trio of top 10 finishers, the Green Bay women’s golf team finished runner-up at the Chi-Town Fall Classic this week, competing at the Harborside International Golf Course in the Chicago area. Katie Warpinski (daughter of University Union Director Rick Warpinski) finished runner-up as an individual, shooting a final round 73 before finishing one shot back of the tournament champion. Also registering top 10 finishes were Lori Meyer (6th) and Alix Larson (T-9), lifting GB to a second-place finish in the six-team field. In men’s golf, Green Bay finished ahead of three other Horizon League teams, at the Tom Tontimonia Invitational hosted by Cleveland State this week, competing at the par-71 Lakewood Country Club. GB was led by freshman Ryan Schuelke, who finished T-21 at 9-over par, firing off a 72 in the final round. George Kneiser also finished top 30 at 10-over par, using a first round 72 score. The Phoenix finished ahead of Detroit Mercy, Youngstown State and Wright State as a team, shooting a final round 294, the second-best final round score among the 11 teams. GB finished at +42, four strokes out of sixth place. Dayton took home first place with a +17 finish.

Men’s soccer match against Badgers called, but the team hosts game on Saturday

Green Bay men’s soccer and the Badgers were set to face off at McClimon Complex in Madison, Wis., at 7 p.m. (CT) on Wednesday night, but the match was called due to inclement weather and unplayable field conditions. The next Phoenix action is slated for Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 when the team welcomes Central Arkansas to Aldo Santaga Stadium for a noon kickoff.

Big weekend for Green Bay volleyball

The GB volleyball team (10-8, 3-1) plays top-ranked Cleveland State (12-6, 6-0) this Friday (Oct. 12, 2018) night beginning at 6 p.m. with a match against Youngstown State (7-12, 1-5) at 4 p.m. Saturday. “We had an incredible home atmosphere for our opener against Oakland last Friday,” said head coach Abbey Sutherland. “It is evident that our community is excited about Green Bay Volleyball and the fan experience. We encourage new fans to check us out, and we look forward to having returning fans come back this weekend! The support makes a huge difference!” See more.

Introducing…. UREC

Starting this academic year, University Recreation (UREC for short) is the campus destination for intramurals, fitness, outdoor recreation and the many related programs/events. For clarification, the Kress Events Center is the name of the building that holds most of these UREC programs while also supporting athleticUREC-rgbs. The name of the building will not change, rather UREC is added to help current and future students understand where their recreation needs can be met. See a related video and photo gallery on the new Outdoor Recreation Program organized under the UREC umbrella.

UW-Green Bay students meet Vice President Pence

A group of UW-Green Bay students traveled to Austin Straubel Airport this week excited to represent the young conservatives in the area and meet Vice President Pence. “I actually voted in the last election. I had just turned 18, and I voted for Trump and Pence, and I am really excited to see him and welcome him…” said Jake Dabringer, a member of UW-Green Bay’s student organization, the College Republicans. NBC26 had the story.

Limited flu vaccine available

Vaccination is one of the best ways to protect yourself against the flu. The Counseling and Health Center, SS1400, is offering seasonal Influenza Vaccine (Quadrivalent) to all faculty/staff and students by appointment only. Set up your appointment by having your campus ID# or Faculty/Staff ID# available, (it’s the one on your ID card that starts with 6017200… we only need the last 9 digits), then calling the Counseling and Health Center at 920-465-2380. Cost is $25.00 for faculty/staff. Payment can be made by cash, check, or pass points. Students may also put it on their SIS account.