DE PERE – After a successful career playing basketball at Notre Dame Academy, UW-Green Bay (UWGB) and overseas, Allie LeClaire is back home. The 2014 Notre Dame graduate recently accepted an assistant coaching position with the women’s program at St. Norbert College under head coach Amanda Leonhard-Perry, who is a former player and assistant at UWGB. After graduating from Notre Dame – where she is the Tritons’ all-time leading scorer with 1,536 points – LeClaire played at UWGB from 2014-18. Her 1,489 career points at the school rank seventh all-time.
As she neared the end of high school, Clare Kelnhofer’s future had its share of uncertainties. But where she’d go to college wasn’t one — at least at first.Kelnhofer, of Brandon, had decided she’d go to Holy Family College — the only college she’d applied to. The fit was perfect: the right size, the right values, passionate professors, close proximity to family in Manitowoc.The school recruited her to play basketball. She won a prestigious, full tuition scholarship to pursue a degree in actuarial science. Then, without warning, Holy Family announced May 4 that the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity had decided to close the college at the end of the summer term.”It was just very heartbreaking and a loss of words,” Kelnhofer said. “What am I going to do now?”
Bawaajigekwe Andrea Boulley, Bad River Ojibwe, told Indian Country Today she voted in person Tuesday and monitored the lines of the polling location from her home office because she lives across the street. Safety is important to her because she has a daughter who is immunocompromised.Boulley is one of Wiconsin’s 2020 Teachers of the Year. She is also a doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
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UW-Green Bay alumnus Cordero Barkley, St. Catherine’s, 2005St. Catherine’s dynasty in the 2000s started with the 6-5 Barkley serving as the focal point on the ‘05 team. He earned second-team AP All-State honors that year and was the county’s player of the year, but there was a twist with Barkley: He only averaged 11.3 points per game as a senior.So respected was Barkley as a leader, defensive specialist and a presence on the floor that he earned those honors despite not having gaudy statistics. As Barkley said in 2005, “I could shoot any time I wanted to, but that’s not what it was going to take to win. I saw that.”
The last couple of months have been challenging for students of all ages, parents, and families as they adjust to learning in new environments. Many people might assume that younger students had fewer adjustment issues because of their familiarity with technology. But we know that is not always the case. Different levels of education use different technologies — and of course the kinds of technology used for socializing are different from those used in education.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance season may have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, but that didn’t stop this resilient program and these dedicated students from performing “A Doll’s House, Part 2.” Read the review of the show here.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has announced it will extend furloughs through December 2020 as well as plans to reopen its campuses on July 1 in preparation for the fall semester.Latest coronavirus in Wisconsin updatesIn a Thursday announcement, Chancellor Michael Alexander stated the extended furlough plans come as the University continues to manage the financial impacts brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. He explains that the plan requires faculty and staff to take unpaid leave, resulting in about $826,830 in savings from June-December 2020.
Jennie Morehead says she uses the information she learns at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay every day, even when she’s building a COVID-19 test site. She is currently a student in the Master of Science in Health and Wellness Management program. Source: Newsbreak.
Green Bay, Wis.—A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s philanthropy class announced (May 5, 2020) the recipients of $21,000 in grants to assist area non-profit organizations, which work with at-risk youth in areas that address mental health.The class chose to address the issue after conducting community research in the Green Bay area. The UW-Green Bay students recognized that there will be an increased need to work with at-risk youth who are going through this traumatic time. Due to Gov. Evers’ stay-at-home orders, the students conducted virtual interviews with nonprofit finalists to learn about their proposed uses of the funding and held deliberations online.
They’ve arrived in the United States with a scary nickname and they look even scarier .Vespa Mandarina murder hornet Credit: Filippo Turetta/Wikimedia But according to experts, there’s a good chance Wisconsin will never be home to the so-called “murder hornet.” Native to Asia, but recently found in the Pacific Northwest, Asian giant hornets, also known as murder hornets, are about two inches long. They are vicious predators. “They will attack honeybees and they can destroy thousands of individuals. They basically bite their heads off and then carry their bodies back to feed their babies,” says UW-Green BayProfessor Michael Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences).