Category: Media Coverage

Prof. Weinschenk comments on Senate District 10 election

Historically Republican District 10 recently elected a Democrat to the Wisconsin State Senate. UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) commented: “I wouldn’t infer from this one race that it’s going to be horrible for Republicans in the upcoming election cycle but if I were them I would be paying attention to looking at […]

Alumna Lowney is U.S. Gain’s marketing manager

U.S. Gain, a division of U.S. Venture Inc., Appleton, Wis., has hired of Stephanie Lowney ’07 (Business Administration) as the division’s marketing manager, reports Waste Today. In the position, Lowney will focus on communicating the benefits of implementing Gain Clean Fuels within customers’ operations and position Gain as a trusted clean fuel advisor and partner […]

Schreiber Foods highlights recent graduate, Dryer

We are unable to link to the story, but Schreiber Foods recently highlighted Amber Dryer ’17 in its internal newsletter. An intern at Schreiber since 2015, she was noted for for her recent Chancellor’s Award. The Computer Science, Information Science and Spanish major was recently named IS customer support analyst for the company.

UW-Marinette’s ‘friendship families’ receive some ink

UW-Marinette’s International Program was featured in December by the Eagle Herald Extra, particularly regarding the importance of “friendship families” to the exchange program — a program unique within the UW System to UW-Marinette, according to the story. “Friendship families are folks in the community who volunteer to host a student temporarily when the student first […]

UW-Manitowoc renovation ready for start of the semester

In late 2016, Manitowoc County approved funding of $5 million for a renovation of the original building, Founder’s Hall, built in 1962 on UW-Manitowoc’s campus. The renovation is ready for the spring semester. “The State of Wisconsin provided new laboratory equipment, classroom equipment, furniture, IT infrastructure and other movable equipment. The UW Foundation, a local […]

Prof. Helpap blogs about diversity of public services

In the LSE US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Policy, UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor David Helpap (Public and Environmental Administration) finds that towns are more likely to provide a more diverse collection of services if they are large, dense, close to urban areas, wealthy, older and part of a county that does not […]