Tag: Innovation

New Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition is March 3

Mark your calendars for the Innovation in Aging student idea competition from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 3, 2017 in the Christie Theatre of the UW-Green Bay University Union. Stop in anytime during the competition to encourage student teams, vote for the “People’s Choice Award,” learn more about one of the campus’ newest competitions and enjoy refreshments […]

UW-Green Bay a key partner in STEM Innovation Center plans near campus

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Plans for a STEM Innovation Center with the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Brown County and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College as partners, were announced yesterday. The facility would help further education in science, technology, engineering and math, to help narrow the skills gap in the region. It would be built in the Brown County Research and […]

Photo Gallery: Top UWGB research students display work at Academic Excellence Symposium

Acadmeic Excellence Symposium

UW-Green Bay’s top student researchers shared their work at the 15th annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Thursday, April 7 in the Phoenix Club of the University Union, UWGB. The Academic Excellence Symposium is a chance for students to display their research, talent and creativity. The event is hosted by Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, The College […]

UW-Green Bay at Posters in the Rotunda 2016

2016 Posters in the Rotunda

Congratulations to the nine UWGB students nominated to discuss their research to State legislators and UW System and institutional leaders at the 13th annual “Posters in the Rotunda,” in Madison on Wednesday, April 13. The annual research symposium brings students and faculty from UW System campuses to Madison to share their research findings on a […]

Sustainable Management graduate focuses on greening NFL franchise

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When Cleveland native Alexandria Skoch (pictured with Prof. John Katers) wanted to dig deeper into “greening” her hometown NFL franchise, the Cleveland Browns, she turned to a partner NFL city Green Bay and its hometown University, UW-Green Bay, for guidance. Skoch graduated a few weeks ago with a master’s degree in Sustainability Management from UW-Green […]

UW-Green Bay games studies students host video brawl for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

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University of Wisconsin-Green Bay games studies students raised nearly $800 for the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in a creative initiative they termed “UWGB Jingle Brawl 2015.” Throughout the day, students hosted various video game tournaments, held a raffle, demonstrated tabletop games, monitored community play-throughs, and gave away prizes. Admission was free and the event was […]

Breaking the ice to spread the rice

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Researchers from UW-Green Bay had to break skim ice on a cold morning in mid-November to do it, but they took another big step in a grant-funded pilot project to restore native wild rice, bulrush and wild celery stands to the lower bay. Students, staff and faculty from UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences unit […]

Voices of Veterans: Capturing the oral history and spirit of Northeast Wisconsin veterans

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UW-Green Bay students and veterans Ashley Wiles and Sean Gleason have important stories to share. In this case, they are not their own, but the personal, front-line accounts from veterans who served in the United States armed forces in times of conflict. These oral histories provide a personal narrative to future generations so that all […]

UW-Green Bay presents Susan Gallagher-Lepak for the “Last Lecture Series”

Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak is the third speaker in the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s “Last Lecture Series” line-up. Gallagher-Lepak will present, “E-learning: The Train has Left the Station,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 18. The Last Lecture Series is part of the celebration of UWGB’s 50th Anniversary. Each month of the fall and spring semesters, a […]

This November, wild rice is for seeding, not stuffing


Remember the grant received by Natural and Applied Sciences faculty members to pilot the restoration of native wild rice, bulrush and wild celery stands in the lower bay? This just in: Researchers have obtained 350 pounds of rice and are targeting Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 17, to seed areas near the mouth of Duck Creek as […]