More than 250 people turned out for the May 2015 Honors Graduate Reception hosted by UW-Green Bay Friday, May 15, in the grand foyer of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The event welcomed about 80 May graduates who would be graduating the following day with summa, magna or cum laude honors. They were […]
We posted about five dozen photos immediately following UW-Green Bay Commencement Saturday (May 16, 2015) at the Kress Events Center. That barely scratched the surface — and didn’t include all that many from the post-ceremony celebrations (see above) — so we’re back with another five dozen or so celebratory images today. To see our initial […]
UW-Green Bay welcomed a record crop of degree candidates to the ranks of official alumni at spring commencement 2015. A total of 975 students completing degree requirements in May or August were eligible to participate; about 725 robed up and marched in the ceremony that drew a crowd of nearly 5,000.
Last Saturday night’s annual International Dinner at the University Union attracted more than 150 guests with participation by students from 26 different countries. Exchange students Cindy Olaria and Lars Willmitzer documented the festive evening of food and entertainment in photos.
The social media crew at Eco U posted on Facebook Wednesday to mark Earth Day.
Students in UW-Green Bay Prof. Alison Stehlik’s “Intermediate Sculpture” class were asked to create a site-specific installation in the spirit of a contemporary installation artist. The students researched various artists to use as a “mentor” artist — someone they would emulate for the purpose of this project, either in terms of artistic process and/or aesthetic […]
Feathers flew recently when a peregrine falcon frequenting the central campus caught a smaller bird unaware. University photographer Eric Miller snapped some photos of the falcon’s rooftop lunch break. (Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view.)
We’ve got photos from the presentation of the 2015 Alumni Earth Caretaker Award to David Kriebel. The joint program of EMBI and the Alumni Association was held Monday, March 23. For photos and an updated feature.
UW-Green Bay students, parents and a number of UWGB staff members and administrators had the extreme pleasure of meeting with John and Tashia Morgridge and the Executive Director of their “Fund for Wisconsin Scholars (FFWS),” Mary Gulbrandsen, Monday, March 9.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay honored the best-of-the-best Natural and Applied Sciences students at an annual scholarship reception on Jan. 30. in the University Union’s 1965 Room. Twenty-five students were awarded $31,150 in scholarships, nearly double last year’s total of $15,200. The scholarships recognized student achievement in academics, research, scholarship, and overall excellence.