The Green Bay Press-Gazette featured a story about area conservation professionals and volunteers taking to the water this week to seed wild rice across 19 acres of the bay of Green Bay. The seeding is part of a week-long restoration project that will distribute nearly 2,000 pounds of wild rice across 38 acres of lower Green […]
The (Marinette) Eagle Herald published an extensive story about the UW restructure. “It is potentially the most significant reorganization we’ve considered since 1971, the year of the merger that created this great system,” Cross told the Board of Regents Thursday in his proposal. “Just as it was back then, our primary concern is ensuring that […]
Critic at Large Warren Gerds previewed “Legally Blonde The Musical,” a production of UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and Music. It plays a three-day show this weekend. Read more.
“A day after the UW Board of Regents voted to restructure UW campuses, employees and students across the state are still trying to figure out how they might be affected. In an effort to save two-year schools, the board of regents approved combining the colleges with nearby four-year universities.” Fox 11 had the coverage, including […]
UW-Green Bay students gave their opinions on a recent bill proposing Wisconsin lower the drinking age to 19. “You can go off to war and you can do many other things once you turn 18, but you can’t drink,” student Kristyn Fritsch said. Other students say 19-year-old students haven’t built the experience to legally drink […]
On Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 plans to realign UW two-year schools and four-year campuses were given the green light. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller said that the proposal “regionalizes assets around these students and gives us an opportunity to leverage each other’s strengths to offer more opportunities for students.” WTAQ has the story.
In this story by the Cap Times, University chancellors and faculty remind UW System Regents to put students first as plans are carried out for a UW System realignment.
Paul Krupski, a Brown Deer native and UW-Green Bay graduate (Social Change and Development), is the new Director of Opiate Initiatives. In his first TV interview, he talked with Milwaukee’s WTMJ about the wake of record numbers of opiate overdoses. He previously worked in the Department of Health Services Division of Care and Services as […]
Announced this week (Nov. 8, 2017), gBETA, a free version of gener8tor’s nationally ranked accelerator program will partner with Microsoft in Northeast Wisconsin. The announcement made headlines around the state. The coalition includes UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business. Interested? Read more. gener8tor Announces Partnership with Microsoft, urbanmilwaukee.com, Nov. 8 Microsoft is leading sponsor for […]
Supporters of a program in Brown County say the local graduation rate is up over the last three years. Achieve Brown County released its annual report. The group works on issues that impact people between their birth and when they start their professional career. It’s the first time in over a decade that the high […]