OSHKOSH, Wis. (WSAW) – Some () campuses in the University of Wisconsin system will see the return of athletics this fall. After taking a break from sports during the COVID-19 pandemic, UW-Stevens Point’s Wausau and Marshfield campuses will be offering women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, and men’s and women’s tennis in the fall of 2021. Other two-year UW campuses bringing back athletics include UW-Green Bay (Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campuses) and UW Oshkosh – Fond du Lac and Fox Cities. Together these schools will make up the newly formed Wisconsin Competitive Sports League.
League membership schools will compete against each other in a conference format and have the flexibility to schedule contests against other comparable programs both in and out of state.“The opportunity to continue to provide a pathway for students to engage in competitive sports is exciting,” said Corey King, vice chancellor for University Inclusivity and Student Affairs for UW-Green Bay. “This partnership between the three universities is a definitive example of our collective desire to create the best student experience possible.”
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Native American women have a murder rate that is 10 times above the national average. Many of these murders and cases of missing individuals remain unresolved. The reality of the epidemic continues to image First Nations communities and needs to be made visible.
Join a moderated panel on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 5:30 p.m. through TEAMS, to hear various perspectives on the Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls movement to learn the severity of this crisis and how to take action.
Register here or scan the QR code in the graphic.
Fellow UW-Green Bay student and American Idol contestant Franki Moscato will perform at a virtual Halloween event on Oct. 27, 2020 at 8 p.m. This performance is part of Good Times Programming Halloweek, a Halloween-filled week of events. There will be a virtual live Q&A followed by a prerecorded performance by Moscato. The Oshkosh, Wis. native made it to the Hollywood round. The Appleton Post-Crescent provides a great video story about her background including her passion for music, but also the stand she is taking against bullying. You can join the event through this Zoom link and use passcode: gtp.
UW-Green Bay community formally welcomed the Class of 2024 to UW-Green Bay during First-Year Student Convocation in late August.
On the program:
-Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs & Campus Climate, Gail Sims-Aubert
-Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Kate Burns
-Keynote Speaker, Executive Director of the YWCA, Renita Robinson
-Chancellor Michael Alexander
The Office of Student Life is pleased to announce the recipients of the Spring 2020 Chancellor’s Leadership Medallions and the University Leadership Awards! More than 600 students were nominated for this semester’s awards, which recognize a combination of academic achievement and campus and community contributions. In an effort to preserve the health and safety of students and guests of the University, the University Leadership Awards ceremony will no longer take place on May 15, 2020. While there is no in-person ceremony, UWGB and the Office of Student Life will be recognizing recipients online and through social media from May 8-15, 2020. Please be on the lookout for an official message of congratulations from Chancellor Michael Alexander on Friday, May 8, 2020 and for our Photo Album on Facebook (@uwgbstudentlife) during the week of May 11-15! Special thanks to members of the University Leadership Awards Selection Committee for their review of over 300 fully-completed applications.
Phoenix students and staff share what they love about their experience at UW-Green Bay as a special shoutout for Valentine’s Day. Join in spreading the love by posting your appreciation to social media with #uwgblove.
– Video by Marketing and University Communication student assistants Emily Gerlikovski and Shelby Smith, with editing assistance by Sue Pischke.
Grant Winslow was recently named the new associate director of operations for the University Union. Winslow spent the last 23 years as a program coordinator in Student Life, primarily supervising Good Times Programming. Winslow’s new responsibilities include overseeing daily operations, facility management, event support and student development. He can be reached at 920-465-2247.
Please mark your calendars! The 39th Annual University Leadership Awards program will be held at 5 p.m. (NOTE TIME CHANGE) Friday, Dec. 13 in the University Union Phoenix Rooms, with a dessert reception to follow. All are invited and if you are interested in attending, please RSVP by Monday, December 9 to email@example.com.
Fall 2019 Recipients — University Leadership Award
Bruna Giovanna De Luca Muraca
Fall 2019 Recipients — Chancellor’s Medallion
GREEN BAY, WIS. – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA), Office of Student Life and the Black Student Union (BSU) welcomes the community to join together for a celebration of Kujichagulia (self-determination) at UW–Green Bay’s annual Kwanzaa Celebration! This year’s event will be held in the Phoenix Rooms, University Union on the Green Bay Campus, Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. with free food and entertainment for all.
Delivering the keynote address this year is Robyn Davis, president and CEO of Brown County United Way, Green Bay, a community impact organization that unites people, ideas, and resources to create community solutions that strengthen every person and every community in Brown County.
Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African and African-American culture and identity, based on the seven principles of African heritage. This year, we celebrate the principle of Kujichagulia, the principle of self-determination and the right of persons to speak for themselves and decide their own destiny. All are welcome to attend regardless of background, faith or culture, as we celebrate the commonalities and values that bring us together rather than the differences that drive us apart.
In addition to a dinner menu celebrating African and African-American heritage and cuisine, the Kwanzaa celebration will also feature a unique performance by the Appleton North Step Team. Local vendors and non-profit organizations will also be on hand with additional resources and information for attendees to view.
For more information about the Kwanzaa event or for media inquiries, please contact Bao Sengkhammee, multicultural advisor in the MESA office, at 920-465-2022 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more on MESA or the BSU, visit https://www.uwgb.edu/mesa/.
ABOUT MESA: The Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) office provides advising, services and activities that promote the academic success, personal growth and development of multiethnic students. MESA also conducts educational programs that enhance learning, promote respect and appreciation for racial and ethnic diversity. MESA supports the academic mission of UW-Green Bay and contributes to the development of a campus community dedicated to diversity of thought and experience. More information is available at https://www.uwgb.edu/mesa/.
ABOUT BLACK STUDENT UNION: The Black Student Union (BSU) at UW-Green Bay celebrates and supports the Black experience through academic and social support, developing cultural awareness and discussing both historical and contemporary achievements and challenges throughout Black history. More information is available at https://www.uwgb.edu/mesa/student-orgs/black-student-union/.
ABOUT UW-GREEN BAY STUDENT LIFE: UW-Green Bay Student Life is dedicated to promoting student engagement and involvement through programming and the support of on-campus student organizations that empower students to create a unique extracurricular experience. More information is available at https://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/.