Everyone should care about mental health because everyone faces challenges to their mental at one time or another. According to Mental Health America (MHA), one out of five individuals will experience some kind of mental health in their lifetime, including depression or anxiety, and there’s a growing prevalence among youth. MHA offers a free assessment tool.
If you are struggling to manage your emotions or anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis, UW-Green Bay has created a course, designed specifically for you. Taking care of your mental health is crucial during this time! Taught by Nationally Certified Counselor Angela Wessels, LPC, NCC. Nominal Charge: $25. It requires your registration.
Marketing and University Communication welcomes submissions of news and information to help keep the UW-Green Bay community informed. The office relies heavily on the participation and submission by the campus community. Please share stories, video and photo gallery ideas, alerts, announcements, news and events via the News Submission Form.
The Faculty and Staff Coffee Break, May 15, 2020 was recorded for those who couldn’t participate. In an e-mail to faculty and staff, today (May 21, 2020), Chancellor Mike Alexander updated a number of viewpoints and topics. See your email message for that communication.
UW-Green Bay Design announces and congratulates this year’s Design Scholarship recipients and all UW-Green Bay students for completing the 2020-21 school year.Scholarship awards were determined and selected by the UW-Green Bay Design faculty or at the Sheboygan, Manitowoc and Marinette campuses based on the student’s portfolio of images submitted to this call using criteria similar to those used to evaluate student work in Design Studio courses: visual communication and marketing that emphasizes creative problem-solving practice, research and two-dimensional design decisions that demonstrate creative and rational typography, image-making, underlying grid layout and information design.
Congratulations to the 2020-21 Design Merit Scholarship Recipients
Craig A. Mueller Scholarships (2 in Design)
Edna Walter Damkoehler Endowed Scholarship
Joy St. Pierre
Russell Spears Memorial Scholarship
Sidney and Ruth Morris Scholarship
Congratulations to the 2020-21 Art Management Merit Scholarship Recipient
The Arts Management Scholarship award was determined and selected by the Design faculty at all four campuses based on Arts Management accomplishments using criteria similar to those used to evaluate student work in UW-Green Bay’s Arts Management courses: those who have demonstrated arts management service leadership qualities, and actively participated in arts management activities on campus and community service.
Craig A. Mueller Scholarship (in Arts Management)
Please join the Cofrin School of Business for a Digital Transformation Summer Series on May 22, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. by Zoom, to learn about new and emerging technologies that will shape the future of business as we know it. “COVID-19 and summer break can’t stop us from learning in the Cofrin School of Business! We’re determined to keep innovating and connecting with our UWGB community.”
Two one-hour sessions will be offered each week of the summer, starting on May 22. Whether you can attend them all or just a few, all UW-Green Bay students, faculty and staff are welcome to join.
UPDATE: It came to our attention recently that some UW-Green Bay staff have been assigned furlough days on June 5th and 19th, which were originally scheduled dates for this event. We want as many people to be able to attend as possible, so the Digital Transformation Summer Series sessions will be moved to Thursdays that week, making them on June 4 and 18. The times will remain the same. See the full details and register for sessions here.
The tunnel corridor between the Environmental Sciences and Lab Sciences buildings is closed for maintenance until further notice. If you need to access the Mailroom, please drive-up to the Shipping/Receiving dock on the west side of Lab Sciences building and use the exterior Mailroom door. Here’s a map to help navigate to the dock:
The Mailroom continues to be open for you from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you have large mailings, please contact the Mailroom (x2215) in advance.
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The Brown County STEM Center on the UW-Green Bay Campus is one of many projects that was helped funded by a Brown County sales tax.
Source: Brown County sales tax: Opponents appeal circuit court ruling upholding 0.5 percent tax | Green Bay Press Gazette
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, government business must go on. And despite the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision overturning the “Safer At Home” orders issued by Gov. Tony Evers, the monthly Marinette County Board meeting on Tuesday, May 26 will be held in the Theater on the Bay on the UW-Green Bay’s Marinette Campus to allow for social distancing.
Source: County Board to meet on Tuesday May 26 at UW Theatre on the Bay | Peshtigo Times
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WLUK) — An area nonprofit has reached a milestone in its quest to supply Northeast Wisconsin with a popular species of fish.The Farmory in Green Bay has seen its first hatch of yellow perch fingerlings in its indoor fish hatchery. The Farmory hopes to sell the fingerlings to help entrepreneurs start aquaculture businesses, as well as to backyard growers.The Farmory also plans to host a series of educational webinars featuring experts in aquaculture and aquaponics.
Source: Yellow perch fingerlings ready for sale at the Farmory | WLUK