Jeff Pagels’ success as an inspirational author, speaker, Olympic-caliber athlete, natural-resource manager and all-around good guy is fueled by his love for the outdoors and his determination to rise above life’s challenges. Pagels received his master’s degree from UW-Green Bay in 1986.
- Lones, Blake pursue competitive summer research opportunities
- Animation, graphic design earn ADDY awards for students
- Skogens share lessons, success with UW-Green Bay
- Alumnus finds inspiration to ‘Always Climb Higher’
- May Commencement: The day in photos
The recipe for pizza dough is relatively simple… flour, sugar, yeast, salt, water and a little olive oil. The recipe for a successful and growing wholesale pizza-crust company is a bit more complicated. Randy Charles, a 1987 UW-Green Bay Business Administration grad, keeps that recipe close to the vest.
Note: An edited version of these interviews was published in the May 2015 print edition of the Inside UW-Green Bay magazine. Father and son Dave and Mark Skogen have piloted the growth of Festival foods from humble beginnings to 20 stores with more than 5,000 employees today. Dave took over the business from his father, […]
UW-Green Bay welcomed a record crop of degree candidates to the ranks of official alumni at spring commencement 2015. A total of 975 students completing degree requirements in May or August were eligible to participate; about 725 robed up and marched in the ceremony that drew a crowd of nearly 5,000.
Students in the UW-Green Bay Strategic Philanthropy course announced a $10,000 grant to Family Services’ Transitional Living Program in a ceremony Thursday, May 7. Students in the course taught by Associate Prof. Lora Warner of Public and Environmental Affairs are provided $10,000 by the Learning by Giving Foundation to give to a deserving organization in […]
While some students will spend summer in relaxation mode, UW-Green Bay’s Lorenzo Lones will be working in a lab at one of the top research programs in the nation. Likewise, UW-Green Bay junior Tresavoya Blake, a History and Democracy and Justice Studies major, will be interning at Loyola University Chicago in its Multicultural Affairs Division […]
Julia Shariff is still wrapping her head around the possibility of one day being called, “Dr. Shariff.” The May 2015 UW-Green Bay Human Biology and Spanish graduate took a major step toward her long-awaited goal with recent acceptance into the inaugural class of the Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Classes begin this summer. “To be […]
More than a dozen undergraduate and graduate students have a tremendous opportunity to work alongside UW-Green Bay Professors Bob Howe and Amy Wolf on a comprehensive plan to improve fish and wildlife habitat in the region. Howe, Wolf and UWGB staff, in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), are the recipients of a $471,000 Environmental […]
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students Alexander Jacob and Dave Sonnier embarked on a ride of a lifetime when they took part in Train Jam, a 52-hour train ride from Chicago to the Game Developer Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this spring. They were accompanied by lecturer Ben Geisler of UWGB’s Computer Science academic unit. The […]
With temperatures in the upper 70s and not a rain cloud in sight, Phoenix Park was the setting for ResFest 2015 last Friday, May 1. Hundreds of students took advantage of the mild spring temperatures to enjoy food, refreshments and friendly competition including a “3’s” volleyball tournament, yard games, dunk tank, glow games and a […]