“Under normal circumstances, UW-Green Bay offers the experience of having students converse with on-site First Nations Oral Scholars in the Residence Elder Hours program in Wood Hall. Due to Covid-19, this experience has changed. Normally, the office would be crowded with students, but this semester it is completely virtual with only one elder instead of three. This opportunity for students to ask questions and understand the perspective of First Nations people is important for those majoring in FNS or majoring in other fields.” To read the full article, visit the Comm Voice Website.
Authors are UW-Green Bay students Grace Merkt, Travis Boulanger and Wynna Bonde
A new article on UW-Green Bay’s The Comm Voice blog shows the journey one UW-Green Bay student has made to secure a job before graduation. The group-written article focuses on junior Olivia Ryan, who is majoring in Communication with an emphasis on social media, organizational communication, and health communication. What helped her the most in getting a job with Schneider National were lessons she learned from her “Theories of the Interview” class taught by Professor Shauna Froelich. To read the full article, visit the Comm Voice website.
The authors of the article are UWGB students Matthew Knoke, Alexis Beck, Mackenzie Brown, and Ben Newhouse.
A student-written article posted to the Comm Voice introduces a new program called Silver Cloud at UWGB to help students cope with mental health. The Inclusivity and Student Affairs department sent an email informing students and faculty of the new Silver Cloud program. The program was created to assist “in the management and understanding of one’s emotional well-being.” Additionally, it is a tool for people who need extra help coping with mild to moderate mental health issues.
To read the full article, visit the Comm Voice website.
The article authors are Alexis Beck, Matthew Knoke, Mackenzie Brown and Ben Newhouse.