Tag: Regional Center for Math and Science

Hometown paper celebrates success of student, Regional Center for Math/Science

The Regional Center for Math and Science is a TRIO Upward Bound program that serves low-income, first-generation high school students from all over Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota. Students live on campus for six weeks each summer, taking classes, eating in the dining halls, and living in Roy Downham Hall — getting the true college experience.  […]

Blankets, weeds and wolves: TRiO students give back to community

Teenagers enrolled in TRiO programs at UW-Green Bay begin and end their summers with community-service projects. On June 30, 41 Upward Bound students headed to the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary for a day of removing invasive species, primarily garlic mustard, which chokes out native species. When they finished pulling and bagging the plants, they had […]

TRiO camps in full swing

Functioning under a TRiO grant from the U.S. Department of Education, UW-Green Bay has partnered for many years to host Upward Bound and the Regional Center for Math and Science. Over the summer, a staff of two dozen instructors, faculty members, counselors, residence hall assistants, graduate students and administrative staff work with select high school […]

Vision researcher Carroll, Class of ’97, will deliver commencement address

The commencement address at UW-Green Bay’s spring 2014 graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 17 will be delivered by a distinguished UW-Green Bay graduate whose career as an ophthalmology researcher and university professor has resulted in widespread attention for his pioneering work in the study of the human eye at a cellular level. Dr. Joseph J. […]

Vision researcher Carroll, Class of ’97, will deliver commencement address

The commencement address at UW-Green Bay’s spring 2014 graduation ceremony this Saturday (May 17) will be delivered by Dr. Joseph J. Carroll, Ph.D., an associate professor of ophthalmology, biophysics, cell biology, neurobiology and anatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. His career as an ophthalmology researcher and university professor has resulted in widespread attention […]

Upward Bound is re-upped through 2017

This happened over the summer, but was heretofore un-noted in this space: UW-Green Bay has been notified by the U.S. Department of Education that funding for the Upward Bound program here was approved through 2017. The five-year grant award began earlier this month, on Sept. 1. Upward Bound will receive $321,054 for the 2012-2013 academic […]