The Fall/Winter 2019 Issue of Inside Magazine is in mailboxes and available to you electronically.
Volume 46, No. 1 | Download this issue [PDF]
- It’s Full STEAM Ahead with New STEM Innovation Center
The Brown County STEM Innovation Center opened in September and is already a magnet for techies, school groups, scientists and future engineers.
- Walking in the Shoes
of the Literary Greats
Exploration has always been a benefit of pursuing a college degree. For faculty member Emily Ransom and her students, that means walking in the footsteps of literary greats in Oxford, England.
- Community of Learners, Developing leaders in First Nations Education
The University’s first doctoral program—the Doctorate Degree (Ed.D) in First Nations Education—is both tough and transformative, according to its cohort of learners.
- From GB to GP: UW-Green Bay Students Turn Internship into Gainful Employment
Preparing students for the world that awaits them is UW-Green Bay’s top priority. For the Cofrin School of Business, that means pairing students with the people and places, such as Georgia-Pacific, that provide real-world experiences.