UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology), is an active researcher who studies motivation using self-determination theory (Deci & Ryan, 1985). Earlier this August 2019, he received the recognition of International Scholar from the Center for Self-Determination Theory. There are currently 106 scholars being recognized, 30 of which are based in the U.S.
International students from 14 different countries joined together for the first time this school year on the UW-Green Bay campus.
“One of the first things we like to do is welcome them to the Green Bay community,” Kristy Aoki, Asistant Director of International Student Scholar Services at UW-Green Bay said. “One of the biggest things about UW-Green Bay and our community is a love of football.”
To help showcase that love of football, Aoki enlisted the help of the Green Bay East High School Red Devils. The team hosted the international students at City Stadium Tuesday afternoon and showed them the football ropes. See more UW-Green Bay international students welcomed to Titletown with football practice | wearegreenbay.com.
“Classes on how to prepare a business plan will soon be coming to Sheboygan. The effort is being partly spearheaded by the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation. Officials say the goal is to provide opportunities to Sheboygan County entrepreneurs and help them make informed business decisions. According to the SCEDC, the effort is a partnership with the Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay. Together, the groups are bringing the “Entrepreneurship Training Program” to Sheboygan County.
The ETP provides eight sessions to help develop plans and, upon completion of the course, candidates will be helped in developing successful funding strategies to advance their plans. Classes are on Thursday evenings beginning Sept. 12 at 5 p.m. To register, call 496-2117 or email email@example.com.” More via Business Writing Classes Coming to Sheboygan | News | 1330 & 101.5 WHBL.
The first year of college can be challenging for both students and their families. Vince Lowery, the director of Student Success and Engagement at UW-Green Bay joined Rachel Manek to discuss some tips to make the most of college. See more via Tips for the first year of college | WLUK.
On Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m. a dance and music troupe from the University of Nayarit in Nayarit, Mexico (near Veracruz) will be performing at the Weidner Center. This production will kick off Hispanic Heritage Month in the Green Bay area and will feature ballet folklórico and a mariachi band. The Office of Student Life is sponsoring the event and the program is free to UW-Green Bay students. Tickets can be picked up at the University Ticketing & Information Center on the day of the performance. Please encourage students to attend.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend UW-Green Bay’s second annual First-Year Student Convocation at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3 in the Weidner Center. This will be the official welcome for the incoming Class of 2023 to the University. The half-hour welcome will feature words of encouragement and thoughts on success from Chancellor Miller, Provost Alexander, Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich and others, followed by a class photo at the new Phoenix sculpture.
First-Year Convocation was designed by a core group of faculty, students, and staff to welcome and celebrate first-year students. Faculty and staff are asked to arrive by 8:50 a.m. and enter enter together in support of the students. There will be a reserved section for faculty and staff and the new students will sit in the front; and you will be acknowledged as an important resource for our new students. University regalia will not be worn, however this is an important milestone for our new students.
Mark your calendars now for Suicide Awareness & Prevention ASIST Training at UW-Green Bay, Nov. 7-8, 2019. This training is free to all UW-Green Bay faculty, staff, and students. Join UW-Green Bay alumnus, Mike Crum, from the Center for Suicide Awareness for this two-day training.
ASIST teaches participants to recognize when someone may have thoughts of suicide and work with them to create a plan that will support their immediate safety. Participants don’t need any formal training to attend the workshop—anyone can learn and use the ASIST model. You will gain knowledge about suicide, skills to reach out to others, and confidence to help save a life.
Details: November 7-8, 8:30 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. University Union, World Unity Rooms.
Sponsored by the UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee. To register, email Jen Schanen-Materi by Oct. 4. Space is limited.
The University Staff is no longer collecting toner cartridges or tanks on the Green Bay Campus. Going forward the Mailroom will take all cartridges and toner tanks provided they are in clean packaging. Below are options for recycling:
- MARCO cartridges: Print a postage paid/free shipping label here: https://www.marconet.com/support/vendor-recycling-program
- All other cartridges and toner tanks: The Mailroom will pick them up in original packaging or plastic bag for recycling on the normal mail run.
New cartridges that you no longer use, can be sent to the Mailroom marked “Surplus.”
- You may also dropped them off in person at Laboratory Sciences, Room 110A.
The 2019-20 FAST plans are here! Please complete the payroll deduction form or stop by the University Ticketing & Information Center to pay for your new FAST plan. These FAST plans are only good for the 2019-2020 academic year and must be used by May 14, 2020. (Coffee and fountain soda swipes can be redeemed at all Dining retail locations on campus.)
UW-Green Bay Prof. Emerita Carol Emmons (Art & Design) has a new installation, “Cosmogony 2.3: Genesis” included in “The Future of Collage” exhibition at the Peninsula School of Art in Fish Creek, Wis. Running through Oct. 5, the exhibit features the work of seven Midwestern artists. More information is here.
She will have another new installation, “Cosmogony 2.4: The Cosmic Egg” in the “Museum of Natural Inspiration: Artists Explore the Richter Collection” exhibit, opening in UW-Green Bay’s Lawton Gallery on Sept. 5. Additional information may be found here.