UW-Green Bay Chancellor Mike Alexander featured in Lakeshore Leaders Breakfast Series

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Mike Alexander will be a guest speaker in the Lakeshore Leaders Breakfast Series – Sparking Ideas & Innovation, 8 to 9 a.m. Oct. 14, 2020. The series is designed to hear from distinguished leaders from the lakeshore about the positive impact they are making in our communities. Registration is $20. The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement is the event organizer.
Wednesday, October 14 – Michael Alexander, Chancellor, UW-Green Bay
Wednesday, November 11 – Members of the Kolher Alliance of Veterans & Supporters (KAVS)
Wednesday, December 9 – Dan Ariens, Chairman & CEO, Ariens Co

1st sports psychology class social distancing outside

Welcome Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology students!

UW-Green Bay welcomed 17 graduate students to the new Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology program last week. Seven attended UW-Green Bay as undergrads. These students will learn about professional ethics, sports science, psychopathology, and more! Welcome grad students and learn more about the program.

New fall youth camps – Middle School Fall Pride Camp

Fall in Love with Learning. New youth programs being offered for fall include free Middle School Fall Pride Camp, designed to celebrate the diversity within the LGBTQ+ community through history, art, music and media. Students will make new connections and enhance their advocacy and leadership skills. Developed by Stacie Christian, Ph.D. a pioneer in inclusivity, and taught by UW-Green Bay instructors.

Middle School Fall Pride Camp
Oct. 6-27
4 Weekly Sessions | New Content Every Week
Free
Grades 6-9

Faculty note: Professors Gurtu and Kumar publication

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Supply Chain Management, Austin E. Cofrin School of Business) and Prof. Sampath Kumar (Marketing Management, Austin E. Cofrin School of Business) co-authored a paper, “Sustainability from Designers to Consumers” in the Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, XLVII(1), pp 68-90. This paper presents a viewpoint that functions, other than supply chain management, have a bigger role in environmental sustainability. Marketing is used to lure consumers into replacing products as often as possible. Replacing products, which are in good working condition, results in an increase in carbon emissions. It is a waste of precious natural resources. This raises the question whether customers are aware of the environmental impact of their buying behavior and do they consider sustainability when making purchase decisions. Study results suggest that even though students do care about the environment, sustainability in buying decisions has a low priority.

Students doing field labs on bees

Photos: In-person classes look a bit different at UW-Green Bay this year

Classes at UW-Green Bay looked a bit different this year with students and faculty respecting the masking and social-distance requirements indoors. Many of the faculty also took to teaching outdoors last week, taking advantage of the warm temperatures and beautiful campus environment. Enjoy the gallery. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

Indoor and Outdoor Classes - September 2020

– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication.

UW-Green Bay Environmental Science student Jacob Derenne studying soil health and water quality.

UW-Green Bay students study water quality and soil health

UW-Green Bay Environmental Science student Jacob Derenne is part of a project team working on a study to link properties of soil health (a suite of biological, chemical and physical properties) to the quality of water that runs off the field during rain events. Last week (August 31-Sept. 1, 2020) the team was measuring the infiltration capacity of the soil and collected samples to determine the water holding capacity, the resistance of the soil clumps (aggregates) to destruction by rainfall and the degree of soil compaction, according to Prof. Kevin Fermanich.

The teams in Wisconsin are working on farms near Wrightstown and Greenleaf.

Photo was courtesy of Molly Meyers, project coordinator.

Photo gallery: Adjusting to campus life during the pandemic

Photos: Life Around Campus
A walk around any UW-Green Bay campus this week will look different from previous semesters! Students, staff and faculty will see signage regarding social distancing, wearing masks and frequent hand washing. See photos from life around the Green Bay campus, including a number of “GB Week” activities including an outdoor photo booth, kayaking, disc golf, s’mores and more.

Enjoy the gallery. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

First Week Student Life 2020

– Photos by Dan Moore and Jena Richter Landers, Marketing and University Communication.