UW-Green Bay Professor Harvey Kaye was on “The Zero Hour” podcast with RJ Eskow discussing, “What FDR might say of the 2020 Democratic candidates.” More on Twitter. See Kaye on a video described as a “clear summary of the current 20 Democratic candidates” on thatsJacqueline.com.
Want fresh veggies? Email Libby Schmit, email@example.com to get on the distribution list and to place an order. Supplies are limited. On sale this week, microgreens, also known as micro herbs or vegetable confetti, are rich in flavor and add a welcome splash of color to a variety of dishes. Despite their small size, they pack a nutritional punch, often containing higher nutrient levels than more mature vegetable greens. This makes them a good addition to any diet! Microgreens are great to toss on just about anything. Incorporate them on top of pizzas, salads, sandwiches, fresh spring rolls, pasta, bagels and much more!
AVAILABLE THIS WEEK:
Spicy Microgreen – $5/bag
With radish and arugula in the mix these (mildly) spicy greens are sure to add a lot of flavor to anything you add it to.
Mild Microgreen- $5/bag
A slightly milder taste with all the same nutritional benefits! A great option for those who want to pair the microgreens with an already flavorful dish.
Send an email to Libby Schmit, firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order! If you do not send your request to this email we will not receive your order. You will receive a confirmation email to ensure your request can be met. SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED, so FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Along with your request, please feel free to include a few things you would like to see planted in the garden this year!
Wednesday (May 8) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University Union outside The Phoenix Bookstore. Orders will be taken until 11 a.m. Wednesday morning. If you request some produce, please remember to pick it up so the produce does not go to waste. If times do not work for you, make note with your order and something can be arranged.
Have you ever wanted to try yoga with baby goats? Really? Now is your chance! On Friday, May 10 we will have three FREE goat yoga classes in the quad (grassy area between the Union and the Cofrin Library) – one at noon for employees and two classes for students at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Please note that employees must register ahead of time by emailing email@example.com because space is limited. Student sessions are also limited to the first 50 participants, and students can line up at the “wacky waver.” The employee class is compliments of a wellness grant from the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) and the students classes are compliments of the Healthy Choices Task Force.
The Log will be listing a number of grants that were awarded in the last year: Congratulations to Prof. Robert Howe (Natural and Applied Sciences), Director of Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, on being awarded $44,798 from the Environmental Protection Agency for the project titled “Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring” last September. This on-going project, in collaboration with other Universities in the Midwest and East Coast, monitors the overall health of the wetland areas in Western Lake Michigan and Northern Lake Huron. Student researchers involved in this project annually observe fish, birds, amphibians and water quality to monitor the condition of the Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Learn more.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Janson Mancheski ’76 (Human Adaptability) has a new crime thriller, Trail of Evil, relaunching on Amazon on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Trail of Evil is the second book in The Chemist series. In the second book in this eerie series, the serial killer known as the Chemist is incarcerated, awaiting his upcoming trial. Mancheski resides in Green Bay and had worked with the Green Bay men’s and women’s basketball teams from 1985 to 2005. Read more.
The ninth annual Retiree Association Benefit Golf Outing will be Thursday, August 15, 2019 with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Retiree Association Endowed Scholarship. More details and registration information to follow. Also, the 20th annual Retiree dinner will be Wednesday, September 25, 2019, with speaker details to follow.
Presented by UW-Green Bay Music, Chamber Ensembles will be performing at the Weidner Center’s Fort Howard Hall on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. From complex African rhythms, to lofty brass fanfares and the avant-garde sounds of post-1945 works, UW-Green Bay Chamber Ensembles offer something for every musical taste. Hand Drumming and New Music Ensembles, led by Assistant Prof. Bill Sallak (Music), will be joined by the Clarinet Ensemble, led by Associate Prof. Eric Hansen (Music), and the Brass Ensemble, led by Associate Prof. Adam Gaines (Music), for this intimate concert of small musical groups. This event is free. Learn more.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Tony Klaubauf has been selected to enter Southern Door schools Alumni Hall of Fame, the Door County Pulse has reported. He will be recognized based on being an outstanding role model with significant career and community contributions. The ceremony takes place, May 10. Read more.
Presented by the Brown County Civic Music Association, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the Weidner Center on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. For more than a decade, Civic Music has proudly closed its season with the musical magnificence of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. This season, the proven formula has been improved with a featured guest artist, a major piano concerto and the MSO’s first performance on the grand stage of the Weidner Center. Tickets can be purchased through the Brown County Civic Music Association.
The UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus men’s and women’s tennis teams both finished in third place at the WCC (Wisconsin Collegiate Conference) tournament. On the men’s side, Hunter Lewis won the men’s number two singles championship, Hunter Lewis and Casey Henrickson finished second in men’s number one doubles and Mason Korslin won his first match to advance to the semi-finals and finished third. On the women’s side, Maria Bieberitz earned the title of the best women’s player in the conference by winning the women’s number one singles championship. Makenna Pucker finished second at number four women’s singles.