They huffed and they puffed and they sang the house down at UW-Green Bay Tuesday, April 22, as the University’s Opera and Musical Theatre students presented a very special performance of “The Three Little Pigs.” The adapted 35-minute opera/musical featured the students of UW-Green Bay Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston in one of three culminating performances […]
- Destination graduation: Bussiere grateful for opportunities, mentoring
- Power of partnership: Nature-based 4K means fun in learning outdoors
- Performing piggies: Students present fairytale-themed opera for kids
- Alumni rising: Fond memories, warm thoughts from Malaysia
- Researchers to the rescue: Science students help save fish
It has been 30 years and he lives 9,000 miles away in his native homeland, Malaysia, but memories of UW-Green Bay come both quickly and fondly for UW-Green Bay alumnus Ahmad Faisal Alias. So much so, that Faisal is an active contributor to the UWGB alumni facebook page and he has created a page for […]
Something is very fishy around here. And by that we don’t mean suspicious. With hundreds of miles of shoreline and its tributaries, UW-Green Bay students have an outdoor lab nearly anywhere they look. Assistant Professor Patrick Forsythe (Natural and Applied Sciences) and his students are taking advantage. On Tuesday, April 22, students from Forsythe’s Ichthyology […]
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present its next mainstage production, Communicating Doors, beginning Friday, April 25 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. “Communicating Doors is a play by a very famous and prolific playwright named Alan Ayckbourn,” said Director and Associate Prof. John Mariano. “And his plays are always really well structured — great […]
In just a few short months, UW-Green Bay senior Luke Bussiere will be headed to the Interdepartmental Microbiology Program at Iowa State University with remitted tuition and a fellowship. Current students who want to experience similar success should follow the wisdom of UWGB senior Bussiere… “Take advantage of every opportunity in your major including the small class sizes, multiple lab experiences and the multitude of research opportunities here,” he counsels.
For some of Green Bay’s littlest learners, the greatest classroom is the great outdoors. They’re students in the Green Bay School District’s new nature-based 4-year-old kindergarten program, a partnership between the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, the school district and UW-Green Bay.
A cold spring Saturday (April 12, 2014) didn’t prevent hundreds from enjoying or participating in the Annual UWGB Intertribal Student Council Pow Wow: “Honoring Our Veterans.” The celebration of dance, song, heritage and tradition was just one of the many activities during an event-filled week. Check out the photo gallery, which features a popular performance […]
Terry Fulwiler had every reason to believe that a career in aerospace engineering would take him on an incredible life journey. The native of Algoma, Wis., had a gift for math and a love of flying instilled by his father. The timing was right — the aerospace industry in the mid-1960s was booming. At 18, […]
Emily Buelow, the head student building manager at UW-Green Bay’s Kress Events Center, was named the University’s Student Employee of the Year Monday (April 14) during a special recognition event on campus.
The 13th annual Academic Excellence Symposium took place April 10 on campus and, as always, the mid-day fair in the University Union’s Phoenix Room was a chance for leading student researchers to display and explain their work and for talented artists and vocalists to share their talent. (We have the full roster of student presenters […]