UW-Green Bay is making progress on its goal to be a more diverse campus. Freshmen students gathered at the university union Friday morning, wrapping up the week-long Jump Start program. More via UWGB welcomes more diversity in freshmen class | WLUK.
It’s that time of year for UW-Green Bay freshmen to move into their college dorms. First-year students were scheduled to move into their assigned housing from 8 a.m. until Noon on Sunday, Sept. 1. More than 150 volunteers helped out around 700 first-year students. More via Move in day for UWGB students | #wearegreenbay.com#.
Sunday, students were invited to grab a paint roller to paint a giant phoenix, the school’s mascot. The phoenix was painted between the University Union and Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. More via UWGB students, new and old, paint giant phoenix | #wearegreenbay.com#.
On Friday, August 30, 2019, UW System President Ray Cross named Sheryl L. Van Gruensven as the interim chancellor of UW-Green Bay. Van Gruensven is the institution’s current vice chancellor for business and finance and has served in numerous roles at UW-Green Bay. Van Gruensven will replace Gary L. Miller, effective Sept. 30, 2019, who is stepping down to become president of the University of Akron. More via Van Gruensven Named Interim Chancellor of UW-Green Bay | Seehafer News.
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The STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green, likely would not be affected by a potential sales tax refund in Brown County. A ruling on the issue is expected to be announced soon by Judge John Zakowski. See more via Will Brown County have to refund millions in sales tax money? Answer may come soon | Green Bay Press-Gazette