ALLOUEZ — Imagine being prepared to give an important talk. You’ve studied, prepped, memorized and practiced aloud, honing everything down to eight minutes of insight.“Oops, sorry,” you hear. “We’re almost out of time. So wrap it up in two minutes.”That happened during Shaun Johnson’s final year of diaconal preparation, in preaching class.It meant he “totally had to forgo the script,” but Johnson added that it ended up as “great practice. You have to ask yourself: ‘What are the key essential things you want to get across? What do you want the Holy Spirit to be able to give to those who are there?’ That’s the most powerful thing we learned in our preaching class: That it’s not us who are speaking, but, if we do it well, and do our prep well, it’s the Holy Spirit who will be speaking for us.”
On Monday, May 10, 2021, staff from UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin Center for Biodiversity attended a dedication of the new Wequiock Creek Natural Area. Stephanie Dodge, First Nations graduate assistant with Wisconsin Sea
Grant, made a tobacco offering together with other local First Nations members. Dodge will be working with UW-Madison intern Paige Skenandore and Sea Grant Water Quality and Coastal Communities Outreach Specialist Julia Noordyk to identify the plant species in the area. They also will identify the plant names in the HoChunk, Oneida, Menominee, and, Potawatomi languages. Despite some cold temps and drizzle at first, it was a great community event.
To get there, head north on Nicolet Drive from the Green Bay Campus, about three miles, to Circle Ridge Road. Turn right on Circle Ridge Rd, the road will dead end with a parking area on the left.
UW-Green Bay Communication Freshman Jordon Lawrenz (emphasis: Sports Broadcasting and Journalism),
won first place at the 2020 Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards Gala! (First Place: Medium Market; Play-by-Play for a game (Roncalli/Kiel girls basketball for WOMT) he called during his junior year in high school. He is a double major in sports communication and journalism from Manitowoc and currently attends the Manitowoc Campus.
More than 100 radio and television stations from across Wisconsin submitted 1,356 entries; they were judged by professional broadcasters from outside Wisconsin. According to Prof. Phil Clampitt, this was not a student award.
Dr. Alan Chu, Chair of the M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology program, recently received recognition from the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) for his participation in the Sport Psychology Registry during the 2020-2022 biennium, including consultations with national and junior national teams on mental skills (e.g., stress management, mindset) during the pandemic. See more information about the USOPC Sport Psychology Registry.
More than 700 UW-Green Bay graduates (from Fall/Winter 2020 and Spring/Summer 2021) and their families follow the special route through campus during the Spring Commencement Celebration on Saturday, May 15, 2021. This commencement celebration set a record as being the longest commencement in UW-Green Bay history. This is the University’s 103rd Commencement Ceremony since its first in June of 1970. Graduates from all four UW-Green Bay Campuses (Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan) participated.
The 2021 Commencement Celebration meant even a bit more for graduating student Ben Gilles. He also took an oath to serve as an officer with the U.S. Navy. UW-Green Bay’s Veterans Services Advisor Elaina Koltz assisted in the effort. According to Koltz, Gilles received a major scholarship from the Navy for dental school.
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Three young Menominee men from Keshena honored graduates Kelly House (Oneida), a First Nations Studies and Psychology major, and Bailey Tlachac (Oneida), who majored in First Nations Studies and Democracy and Justice Studies, with a hand drum processional at UW-Green Bay’s Spring 2021 Commencement Celebration, May 15. The drummers, arranged by Crystal Lepscier (First Nations Student Success Coordinator) led them through the cheer section to the Commencement stage. Both Tlachac and House are outgoing leaders of the Intertribal Student Council. The drummers were Manny Teller, Issac Webster and James Waupoose.
(WLUK) — In some parts of the country, cicadas are emerging for the first time in more than a decade.But what exactly are cicadas and where do they live?UW-Green Bay Biology Prof. Michael Draney explains.
Kassandra Kay, daughter of Chad and Stacey Kay. She participated in Youth Advisory Committee, LEO Club, Student Council, Key Club, Drama Club, Robotics Club and Vocal Jazz. She was on the volleyball and track teams as well. Outside of school, she has a part-time job. She plans to major in elementary education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.