UW-Green Bay’s CSET donates supplies to local health care facilities

UW-Green Bay’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology donated spare supplies to local health care facilities in the wake of COVID-19 response. Among the items:

  • Three cases of small non-sterile nitrile gloves
  • Seven cases of medium non-sterile nitrile gloves
  • Six cases of large non-sterile nitrile gloves
  • Masks and a few other miscellaneous items from the Master of Athletic Training Program
Medical supplies donated by UW-Green Bay's CSET.
Medical supplies donated by UW-Green Bay’s CSET.
william gear, director, master of athletic training
William Gear, director, Master of Athletic Training

Image of the UW-Green Bay campus and the bay of Green Bay with a title "We Miss You Phoenix"

Video: We Miss You Phoenix Family!

We Miss You Phoenix Family! We are separated but not alone. We are tenacious. We are resilient. UW-Green Bay students, faculty and staff, alumni, fans and friends, no matter where you are right now, YOU are a Phoenix, and WE will get through this AS ONE. Stay Home. Be Safe. Rise to the Challenge.

<em>– Video by Sue Pischke, Marketing and University Communication</em> 

Wisconsin Needs (Young) Poll Workers

Wisconsin is looking for citizens to serve as poll workers for the April 7, 2020 election. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many Wisconsin cities, towns and villages are looking for extra volunteers to assist with running the election.

If you are interested, find your clerk by searching using your address here: Just click on their email address to send them a message with “Poll Worker Applicant” in the subject line with a few words about your interest and your contact information!

To be a poll worker, a person must:

  • Be a qualified elector of the county in which the municipality is located (i.e., an adult citizen of the United States who has resided in the election district for 10 consecutive days and is not otherwise disqualified to vote)
  • Be at least 17 years-old
  • Be able to read and write fluently in the English language
  • NOT be a candidate for any office to be voted on at the polling place at that election.

Poll workers do everything from check-in voters, help people register to vote, check photo IDs and process absentee ballots. Your local clerk will provide you with training prior to election day for the job you will be doing. This is a great opportunity for high school and college students to get involved with the democratic process!

Brandon Langer interviewed by the media

Print Shop owned by UW-Green Bay alumnus and employee helping raise money to feed local children | Fox 11

The Green Bay Print Shop, owned by UW-Green Bay alumnus and IT employee Brandon Langer ’15 (Art, Design) is selling t-shirts featuring graphics of toilet paper on them. Photo above, Langer gets ready for an interview with Fox 11.

The proceeds benefit the Green Bay Area Public School District for its Free Meals for Children program. Shirts cost between $10 to $25, plus shipping. A printed sheet of toilet papers included with each purchase. More via Toilet paper t-shirts helping raise money to feed local children | Fox 11 had the story.

Green Bay Print Shop's TP t-shirts
Brandon Langer’s TP t-shirts
Every sale gets a sheet
Every sale gets a sheet


Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the CDC resources in Spanish and Hmong

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has some resources in Hmong and Spanish as well as English. Please share:

Center for Disease Control (CDC) COVID19 Resources Page, English

CDC – Domestic and International Travelers, English

Wisconsin Department of Health and Human Services, English

Wisconsin COVID-19 Website, English


Department of Health Services (DHS)-Mass Gathering Guidance

DHS – Protect Your Family


DHS – Why Social Distancing?


CDC – What to do if you are sick


Wisconsin Health Literacy Safer at Home FAQ: English, Spanish


How to Stop the Spread of the Virus – English

Informational YouTube Video – Hmong