The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will be hosting an open house on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020 from 2 to 4 p.m. to celebrate its move to the Green Bay campus. Stop by and visit SBDC at its new location in Wood Hall Room 202 for some snacks and beverages, as well as getting to know some of the friendly faces of SBDC!
In the latest episode of Canonball, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak (English and Humanistic Studies) and Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology), talk with Prof. David Coury (Humanistic Studies and Global Studies) about Inception. Listen here. Canonball is a podcast out of Phoenix Studios at UW-Green Bay that covers the great works from a variety of disciplines. From movies to film to literature to video games, hosts Chuck Rybak and Ryan Martin discuss all things canonical.
If you’ve got the horses, ride ’em. And so it was Tuesday night, with the horses being various performing/creative talent on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Musicians blended with actors in a quick, one-hour showcase of imagination. The last time something like this was done on campus was never. In introductions, Kelli Strickland depicted it as “a hair brained idea, and we’ll see what comes of it.” Ahem. It’s a great idea, and the evening was a blast. Source: Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Review: ‘Words & Music – A Program of Monologues’ sparkles in Green Bay | #wearegreenbay.com#
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Prof. Derek S. Jeffreys (Philosophy) gave ethics lectures to all members of the Green Bay Police Department during the Department’s annual in-service training. Presenting a lecture on the nature of human dignity, Prof. Jeffreys discussed with officers how they address challenges dealing with homelessness, sex offenders and people suffering from mental illness.
On Wednesday, February 12, 2020, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jenell Holstead (Psychology and Director of the Consortium of Applied Research) led 160 participants in a community conversation regarding wellness in Greater Green Bay. Results of the 2019 Community Health and Well-Being Survey were shared to key community stakeholders, including elected officials, non-profit organizations, school officials and local business leaders. The survey was conducted in partnership with Wello, a local non-profit organization, and St. Norbert College’s Strategic Research Institute.
There have been two recent additions to the “Top 50 Most Influential Leaders in Green Bay Athletics History” list. The first of these additions is Jess Miller, who has been a Phoenix Fund board member for over 20 years and a season ticket holder since 1988, serving as president of the board. Miller is an influential member of the sports community in Green Bay as owner of The Bar franchise, Graystone Ale House and Hagemeister Park. In addition, Miller has helped connect coaches in the community and provide strategic direction to athletic department leadership throughout the years.
The second addition is Modern Era Green Bay men’s basketball, which has had an overall team record of 214-153, including 118-74 in Horizon League play from the 2008-2009 season to 2018-2019 season. This 11-year span included a 2014 Horizon League first place finish, eight post-season appearances, nine top four league finishes and a 2016 appearance in the NCAA Tournament after a 20-year hiatus. This era includes some of the program’s most successful players including Ryan Tillema, Troy Cotton, Rahmon Fletcher, Alec Brown, Keifer Sykes, Alfonzo McKinnie, Jordan Fouse, Carrington Love, Khalil Small and Sandy Cohen III. Head coaches from this successful period include Tod Kowalczyk, Brian Wardle and Linc Darner.
The STEAM Engine, a free event celebrating women’s history, will take place on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 6 p.m. at the Neville Public Museum. The STEAM Engine is an interactive event that features speakers with exciting projects, new business ventures and cutting edge research. The STEAM Engine showcases individuals and organizations in the region who are seeking new horizons in the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. Doors open at 6 p.m. with a short live musical performance followed by presentations starting at 6:15p.m. The social networking hour with soda, Titletown beer and popcorn rounds out the night with more live music. With March being Women’s History Month, the STEAM Engine will showcase five exceptional women whose influences can be seen throughout the Bay area and beyond. Come be inspired by these women who are leading the charge in the STEAM disciplines in the Bay area.
Kelli Strickland: Building Creative Communities: 7 in 10 Americans agree that arts and culture improve the image and identity of their communities. So why is robust community cultural planning so flippin’ hard? And why should we keep trying to do it anyway? The arts and cultural planning process assesses the current community culture and creates an implementation plan to achieve a community’s vision. What does cultural planning look like in our region?
Sawa Senzaki: Got Milk? Psychology Lessons from Dairy Farming and Human Development: Culture refers to learning and participation in shared activities with other people. Activities vary widely—linguistic communication, social norms, eating habits, etc. Culture has interacted with human genetic evolution. For example, the gene enables humans to properly digest lactose in milk has evolved only about 9,000 years ago, when humans started farming.
Pegasis: Covers Used to be Originals: When was the last time you heard a song you’d never heard before? Not a version of a song, but the actual piece itself? We are here to give you an insight into the writing process of one of our songs. At the end you will probably be even more confused than before but that’s the beauty of songwriting. You are never sure of what you write until it’s written.
Get involved, jump aboard the STEAM Engine! For more information go to the STEAM Engine website or contact email@example.com or 920-791-1237.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., the Farmory staff and volunteers will take you on a tour of the Farmory virtually through Facebook Live. Tune in if you want to see what is going on at the Farmory!
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has made public the names of undergraduate students receiving semester honors for the fall 2019 semester. Recognized by the university are Mickenzie Romps, of Escanaba, who received semester highest honors, and Kathleen Stephenson and Lexi Winling, both of Gladstone, who each received semester high honors. Source: Three local students honored at UW-Green Bay | News, Sports, Jobs – Daily Press
A jam packed weekend for Green Bay Athletics begins on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 with the men’s tennis team heading to North Dakota to play at 5 p.m. The women’s softball team plays Marist at a neutral site in Nashville, Tennessee at 6 p.m. The women’s basketball team hosts Detroit Mercy at the Kress Center at 7 p.m.
On Saturday, Feb. 15, the nordic ski team competes at the CCSA Conference Championships in Houghton, Michigan. The women’s tennis team plays at North Dakota at 9 a.m. The men’s tennis team plays Omaha at a neutral site in Grand Forks, North Dakota at 2 p.m. The women’s softball team plays a doubleheader against Belmont at 3 p.m. and against Marist again at 5 p.m. The men’s basketball team plays at Milwaukee at 6 p.m.
On Sunday, Feb. 16, the women’s softball team plays Western Michigan at 9 a.m. The women’s tennis team play at South Dakota in Vermillion, South Dakota. Finally, the women’s basketball team hosts Oakland at 1 p.m. at the Kress Center to cap off an exciting weekend slate for Green Bay Athletics.