Green Bay men’s basketball announces schedule and Resch contract

The Green Bay men’s basketball team announced its Horizon League schedule on Tuesday, as well as its new contract agreement with the Resch Center. The University signed a six-year deal with PMI Entertainment, which manages the Resch. The venue will remain the primary home for the Phoenix, although it will play select games at the 4,018-seat on-campus Kress Center starting this season. Eric Arneson, vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate and Athletics Director Charles Guthrie, commented. See more.

Mark your calendars: Bash in the Stacks is Thursday, Sept. 13

Cofrin Library’s annual Bash in the Stacks event is set for Thursday, Sept. 13 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. There will be food, games, Nerf tag, henna and balloon artists, a mini quiz bowl and crafts to bring in the fall semester! This event is sponsored by the Cofrin Library, Student Life, FOCUS and the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs.

WFRV-TV covers Bay Shore County Park cleanup

Five hundred new UW-Green Bay students volunteered to clean up garbage at Bay Shore County Park in New Franken, Monday, Sept. 3. With approximately 77% of new students attending UW-Green Bay from outside of Brown County, the service project and Lambeau Field Celebration that followed, allowed the University to serve and showcase the region. In total, around 600 volunteers gathered at the park, with many of the students connecting with fellow classmates all while giving back to the community. WFRV-TV had coverage.

Faculty and staff are invited to attend the first-ever Freshman Convocation

Faculty and staff are invited to attend the first-ever Freshman Convocation. It will be held at the Weidner Center on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 9 a.m. This will be the official welcome to the University for our class of 2022. The one-hour welcome will feature words of encouragement and thoughts on success from Chancellor Miller, Provost Davis, Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmidt and others. The inaugural Freshman Convocation was designed by a core group of faculty, students and staff. Please enter the Weidner Center through the rear doors as there is construction in the front. Also, please arrive by 8:50 a.m. so that staff and faculty can enter together in support of our students. There will be reserved seating for faculty and staff, and the new students will sit in the front.

Phoenix Photography

The Employee Appreciation Week Work Group stationed Marketing and University Communication Photography Intern, Amanda Jo Danihel ’18 (Communication) at the newly redesigned concourse between Cofrin Library and Student Services to take photos of staff, faculty and others passing through with the Phoenix wings photo opp.

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Phlash Wings

– Photos by Amanda Jo Danihel, Marketing and University Communications

UW-Green Bay looks at community partnership to increase housing for students

Growing enrollment at UW-Green Bay brings with it an issue that community partnership can remedy. Supply could not meet demand for on-campus housing this past school year, according to Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate, Eric Arneson. Students and parents alike will be encouraged by a new project by DeLeers Construction with a new apartment complex being built this summer that could host about 100 more UWGB students as early as fall 2018. Currently UW-Green Bay can house 2,000 students. See the story by

You are invited: Annual Leadership Program is Friday, May 11

The 37th Annual University of Wisconsin-Green Bay University Leadership Awards program is Friday, May 11, 2018 at 6 p.m. in the University Theatre, Theatre Hall. A reception will follow. The awards being presented are the Chancellor’s Medallion, the University Leadership Award, the Outstanding Student Award and Student Organization of the Year Award. Chancellor Gary L. Miller and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate Eric Arneson will be participating in the ceremony. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by Monday, May 7. Suggested attire is business casual. Contact Student Life at 2220 if you have any questions.

Spring 2018 Recipients University Leadership Award Recipients:
Rebecca Abhold

Kallista  Baebler
Mikayla Becherer
Benjamin Berndt
Guinevere Casper
Carolynn Claussen
Selena Deer
Emily Drown
Elizabeth Evans
Brianna Fischer
Elena Garcia
Stefany Gardea
Sarah Gundrum
Courtney Hamilton
Riley Heiman
Joshua Heimerl
Anna Hoesley
Shane Kanneberg
Anna Katner
Alexandra Kershner
Rachel Koepke
Kristen Kouba
Katelyn Krantz
Jenevieve Lee
Amber Lewis
Paige Lotter
Sapatis Menomin
Tanya Niemi
Amy Niemuth
Maria Otto
Rachael Peterson
Joseph Prestley
Lauren Putnam
Jessica Reed
Samuel Soda
Tristin St.Mary
Rosalyn Stoa
Morgan Storkson
Madelyn Valentine
Lilly Vang
Joshua Vollmar
Katie Voss
Abbigail Wagaman
Lucas Wuensch
Linnea Zintman

Spring 2018 Chancellor’s Medallion Recipients:
Emily Ahrens

Abigail Brown
Lyddia Calmes
Amber Collegnon
Michael Dahlberg
Lydia DeWeese
Amber Foster
Torey Gostas
Stephanie Hermans
Nicole Hoelzel
Kimberly Hurst
Hannah Koerner
Allison LeMahieu
Jessica Lindstrom
Joshua Loritz
Nathan Nichols
Kaylie Noll
Trevor Olsen
Alyssa Peters
Jessica Pittner
Heather Plough
Elizabeth Punke
Naomi Semb-Lovejoy
Danielle Tackett
Taylor Totka
Cassandra Walczak
Katrina Weber
Bao Nhia Xiong
Danielle Zahn
Courtney Zambon
Alexandra Zeller

Outstanding Student Award
Emily Ahrens

Student Organization of the Year
Green Bandana Brigade