Did you miss the Virtual University Leadership Awards last Friday? Visit the Office of Student Life website or Facebook page for the full video, featuring a message of congratulations from Chancellor Michael Alexander. Then join on us Facebook (facebook.com/uwgbstudentlife) throughout the week to learn more about the achievements and future plans of this semester’s award recipients!
In an effort to inform the campus about opportunities available for our graduating students, the Office of Student Life shares information about Virtual Grad Bash. The Spring/Summer 2020 graduates at all Green Bay campuses can visit the Virtual Grad Bash site to find helpful campus and community resources, participate in a photo contest with GB Grad 2020 photo props, send Thank You eCards, and more!
Keeping the safety of incoming UW-Green Bay students and their guests in mind, GB Orientation is moving online for 2020. The GB Orientation planning team is transforming the experience from a one-day in-person event into a dynamic program that will guide students throughout the summer. Incoming students are directed to continue to sign-up for their GB Orientation date in June via the GB Orientation webpage. On that date, students will be connecting virtually with an academic advisor to develop their fall schedule. Then over the summer, additional information and resources will be released inviting incoming students to connect directly with students, faculty and staff online through videos, group chats, virtual panels, Q&A sessions and more. For more information as it become available, please visit the GB Orientation webpage.
“Students at UW-Green Bay put a different spin on the classic game ‘Battleship’ with canoes Thursday, January 30.” WFRV visited UW-Green Bay to witness the spectacle of Canoe Battleship; more via UW-Green Bay students participate in Canoe Battleship | WFRV.
Black and African American students and professionals, along with allies and advocates, are invited to gather for a networking and community-building event on the UW-Green Bay campus on Tuesday. The first-ever Black in the Bay event will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 4 from 5 until 6:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room in the University Union Building, 2430 Campus Court, Green Bay. Source: “Black in the Bay” Event Set for Tuesday | Fox Valley 365
UW-Green Bay Multi Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA), Black Student Union and Office of Student Life are extending a welcome to everyone to attend the Kwanzaa celebration on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Phoenix Rooms. This is a free family event. There will be entertainment by Appleton North Step team, food and keynote speaker Robyn Davis from Brown County United Way. If you have any questions, please contact multicultural advisor Bao Sengkhammee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local volunteers gathered together to help out the community on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25-26 for “Make a Difference Day.” NBC26 had coverage including video of UW-Green Bay helping local families. See move via Local volunteers gather for “Make a Difference Day” | #wearegreenbay.com#.
On Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, take a River Cruise down the Fox River as part of the Explore GB Series brought to you by the Office of Student Life. This event is for all UW-Green Bay affiliates. A UW-Green Bay ID is required at the University Ticket and Information Center to purchase tickets. Tickets are $5 a piece, and more than one ticket can be purchased per person. However, space is limited to 50 people. A bus leaving the Green Bay campus will provide transportation. The boat will depart from De Pere. This will be a two-hour cruise down the Fox River with light appetizers available, as well as a cash bar on the boat. For more information, please contact Stephanie Kaponya at email@example.com, or 920-465-2938.