Green Bay men are a game away from CIT championship!

With a spot in the CIT Championship on the line, Green Bay will host Texas Southern on Tuesday night, April 2, 2019, in the semifinals at the Kress Center at 8 p.m. The first 500 fans in attendance will receive a free “GB Basketball” branded t-shirt and the game will also feature $2 16 oz. Bud Lights. The game was flexed to 8 p.m. to accommodate CBS Sports Digital, with the other semifinals game (Hampton at Marshall) tipping at 6 p.m. CT. Tickets and more, here.

CIT SEMIFINALS vs. Texas Southern (24-13) | Tuesday, April 2 at 8 p.m. CT // KRESS CENTER (Green Bay)

Up next with win: CIT CHAMPIONSHIP at Hampton / Marshall winner on Thursday, April 4 at time TBD

Counseling and Health RFP Listening Sessions to take place on Tuesday, April 2 and Monday, April 8

Counseling and Health RFP Listening Sessions with Q & A will be taking place on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 11 a.m. to noon in Phoenix Room A in UW-Green Bay’s University Union and on Monday, April 8, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Alumni Room (Room 103), University Union. The sessions will be facilitated by Vice Chancellor Eric Arneson (Student Affairs and Campus Climate). These listening sessions serve as opportunities to share your thoughts on what the ideal Counseling and Health Center would look like as UW-Green Bay considers healthcare delivery options.

It’s a poetry slam in Manitowoc, April 6

Manitowoc Campus CEO, Rachele Bakic and Associate Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten (English, Composition, and Women’s and Gender Studies) will be participating in Poetry: Alive & Well & Living on Saturday, April 6, 12:30 p.m. at the Manitowoc Public Library. This event is a collaboration of community leaders and poets, all of whom are proud to call Manitowoc their home. Ten civic leaders came together with ten resident poets to partner in a public reading to celebration National Poetry Month 2019. The event is free and open to the public.

Culture and Child Development Lab seeking junior scientists (ages 5-7) for child development research

The Culture and Child Development Lab, led by Associate Prof. Sawa Senzaki (Human Development and Psychology), is looking for five- to seven-year-old children to participate in child development research. It will take one to two hours and one visit at the UW-Green Bay campus. The child will receive a small toy or book, and the family will receive a $15-$20 gift card for their participation. If you’re interested in helping our research, please email

Reminder: 6:30 Concert Series to present “a very small consortium” on Tuesday (April 2)

The 6:30 Concert Series will continue with “a very small consortium” on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Weidner Center. This event is free and open to the public. This innovative ensemble consisting of UW-Green Bay music faculty and friends performs “miniature morsels of music” that either consist of 100 or fewer or last one minute or less. The eclectic repertoire for this concert will be drawn from pieces submitted to the yearly international call for scores. Learn more.

Reminder: Winter 2020 faculty-led travel course proposals due Monday (April 1)

Winter 2020 faculty-led travel course proposals are due to your Dean by Monday, April 1, 2019. The proposal form and additional information can be found here. Late applications can be accepted, please contact the Office of International Education (OIE). Leading a travel course is a great way to connect with students, teach a unique course and travel! The OIE is available to assist with planning, connections and other logistics for your program. If you are interested in leading a course but need additional information or have questions about your options please contact Jemma Lund, Assistant Director of Study Abroad, at

Gerds enjoyed Mayumana and UW-Green Bay ‘Science Guy’ Joe Schoenebeck

Critic at large Warren Gerds enjoyed Mayumana Unleashed at the Weidner Center this week… and getting a mention for his pre-performance show was UW-Green Bay’s “Science Guy” Lab Manager Joe Schoenebeck. “Youngsters (and adults) played with/learned from like an “airzooka” that make leaves on a tree move 30 feet away with a simple release of air,” reported Gereds. Read the review he wrote for

‘Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics’ workshop set for Friday, April 5

The workshop “Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics: Beyond the Group Contract” will be taking place on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Theatre Hall Room 316. The workshop will be facilitated by Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities, History), Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, and Learning and Associate Prof. Kate Burns (Human Development, Psychology, Women’s and Gender Studies), Associate Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Drawing on recent research on equitable team dynamics, this workshop will allow instructors to discuss how they may use equity-based methods to support the creation of group procedures and dynamics that work to minimize stereotyping and bias. Learn more and register.