University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross and Board of Regents President Andrew S. Petersen have finalized a 13-member Search and Screen Committee to help identify the next chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. The information was released Friday afternoon, Sept. 13, 2019 in a press release. Serving on the Search and Screen Committee […]
The Cofrin Center for Biodiversity is continuing its celebration of 20 years of service to the campus with several events on the Cofrin Arboretum Sept. 23-26, 2019. Much of the Arboretum and campus was originally a combination of prairie and oak savanna, a woodland habitat that included some trees and open prairie grasslands. The prairies […]
Welcome Panadanza to UW-Green Bay! Panadanza is an all female dance ensemble that utilizes live music, singing, acting and colorful folkloric costumes to bring alive the identities of the Caribbean, Central and South America! Watch the live performance from Noon to 12:45 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20 in the Phoenix Rooms, University Union. Optional dance […]
UW-Green Bay music professor Randy Meder and Courtney Sherman, chime in on the best country music songs of all time for International Country Music Day, and we (well, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) compiled them all into one Spotify playlist for you.
Best Health Degrees ranked UW-Green Bay’s online RSN to BSN program as the ninth fastest online BSN program for 2020. Click here for more information.
Leadership Green Bay Class of 2019 Team 2 is hosting a “Speakeasy. Give Easy. event” on Oct. 11 at The Tarlton Theatre on Walnut St. Green Bay, with all proceeds going to benefit the Camp Lloyd endowment fund. The event starts at 6 p.m., and the lineup goes until 11:30 p.m. UW-Green Bay’s Swing Band will perform at […]
CAHSS Associate Dean Ryan Martin and social psychologist Elif Ikizer discuss culture and stigma on new Psychology and Stuff Podcast in its first episode of season 5. Listen here.
Kristen Shaver (nutritional science) was awarded the Monato Rural Health Essay Prize for her essay, Immunizations Among Plain Communities. The work details her research about immunizations in Mennonite communities in rural Wisconsin in light of current public health recommendations for vaccines.
UW-Green Bay alumna, Gina Vlach (’16, Environmental Policy and Planning) recently authored a report for the city of Milwaukee entitled, “On the Right Track? The Use of TIF for Milwaukee’s Streetcar”.
Can you imagine children’s literature as being horrific? UW-Green Bay Prof. Nesvet (English), in celebration of author Roald Dahl’s birthday, writes about how his stories represent a time when children’s literature used to be full of horror. Read her full writing here.