Staff Note: UW-Green Bay’s Tori Grant Welhouse has published poetry book

Etchings Press recently announced the winners of the most recent chapbook and novella contest, and among them is a poetry book by UW-Green Bay Marketing and University Communication marketing manager Tori Grant Welhouse. Her book, Vaginas Need Air, is available for presale now and available more widely on July 15.

A description is available at the publisher’s site: “Welhouse’s poetry chapbook, Vaginas Need Air, explores and celebrates the love, rapport, and affinity found between mothers and daughters throughout the many stages of life. Her poems capture the relationship between the two in private moments with an impeccable sense of clarity and insight.”

“It (the title of the book), is something my mom always used to say,” said the author, who works closely with Continuing Education and Community Engagement.

Gov. Evers appoints (UW-Green Bay alumna) Katie Sloma as Circuit Court Judge for Shawano-Menominee Counties » Urban Milwaukee

MADISON—Gov. Tony Evers announced today his appointment of Katie Sloma as circuit judge for Shawano-Menominee Counties. The appointment fills a vacancy created by the retirement of Judge James Habeck. “Katie Sloma will be an excellent judge for the people of Shawano and Menominee Counties. As an experienced civil litigator and city attorney, she will apply the law fairly and protect our constitutional rights,” said Gov. Evers. Sloma earned her undergraduate degree from UW-Green Bay and her law degree from Ohio University.

Source: Gov. Evers Appoints Katie Sloma as Circuit Court Judge for Shawano-Menominee Counties » Urban Milwaukee

Chartwells announces the opening of Green Bay Grill and Phoenix Phresh (contactless pick-up available)

Chartwells has opened Green Bay Grill and Phoenix Phresh for students, faculty and visitors to the Green Bay Campus for breakfast and lunch. Contact the Green Bay Grill at ext. 2659 for call-ahead and contactless orders for pickup.

Green Bay Grill and Phoenix Phresh are open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday-Friday.