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Researchers to the rescue: Science students help save fish

Researchers to the rescue: Science students help save fish

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 […]

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Theatre and Dance presents time-travel thriller ‘Communicating Doors’

Theatre and Dance presents time-travel thriller ‘Communicating Doors’

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 […]

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Close-ups: Pow Wow, GBNites, International dinner and more

Close-ups: Pow Wow, GBNites, International dinner and more

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 […]

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Photos: Student Employee(s) of the Year

Photos: Student Employee(s) of the Year

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.

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Record National History Day a success; 80-plus students advance to state contest

Record National History Day a success; 80-plus students advance to state contest

A record number of area middle- and high-school students shared their take on the theme of “Rights and Responsibilities in History” April 5 during the Northeastern Wisconsin Region’s National History Day competition at UW-Green Bay. Nearly 440 students from 24 schools throughout the region brought a total of 259 projects to the event, setting a […]

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Monument to an Insignificant Activity

Monument to an Insignificant Activity

That’s the title of a class project in Art Prof. Alison Stehlik’s Design Methods 106 class.  Students were directed to observe the activities of UW-Green Bay students in certain locations across campus.  They were asked to consider the very subtle ways in which the space affected human behavior.  In groups, the art students created “large-scale […]

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A weekend made for music, art, recreation

A weekend made for music, art, recreation

UW-Green Bay communication intern Cheyenne Makinia made the rounds last weekend for a “stuff happening on campus” photo gallery. She found a cool concert at the Union’s Common Grounds Coffeehouse, a great exhibition at the Lawton Gallery, and students hanging out and hoopin’ it up in the Kress Center’s Dick Bennett Gym. Click thumbnails to […]

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Cold? S-no problem. Plenty to do here.

Cold? S-no problem. Plenty to do here.

What do UW-Green Bay students do on a cold February Weekend? Marketing and Communication intern Cheyenne Makinia captured three great choices on camera recently: A beautiful winter walk, attendance and participation at the Phoenix women’s basketball Pink Zone game, and a little broomball action outside of the University Union.

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Close-ups: Sharing the love throughout UW-Green Bay

Close-ups: Sharing the love throughout UW-Green Bay

There were Vines, videos, social media contests, window painting, random acts of kindness, treats from the Chancellor, hugs and red hots from Plash, faculty and students complimenting each other, alumni professing their love for their alma mater and on-and-on. Today ends a week-long activity described as “Share the Love Week.” It started with an idea […]

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Close-ups: Faculty art on display

Close-ups: Faculty art on display

Students, faculty and community members gathered Feb. 6 at UW-Green Bay’s Lawton Gallery to hear from the artists being featured in the faculty exhibition, “Unnatural Selection.” “It’s a special privilege that we have as art faculty to be able to share our scholarship and research with the wider audience,” said Alison Gates, chair of the […]

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