A student in Students in Quantity Food Production and Service class slices Bell peppers for the Jamaican Philly sandwiches in the Food Lab at the STEM Center.

Photos: Quantity Foods Practicum in Food Lab

Students in Quantity Food Production and Service class prepare a meal featuring Jamaican Inspired Philly sandwiches, roasted sweet potato fries, and pineapple vanilla parfaits in the Food Lab at the STEM Center on Thursday, April 29, 2021. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

UW-Green Bay Quantity Foods Practicum in Food Lab

– Photos by Sue Pischke, Marketing and University Communication.

Jamaican Inspired Philly Sandwich (Yield – 2 servings)
1lb skinless, boneless chicken breasts
2 TBS avocado oil
1 TBS unsalted butter
1-2 TBS Jerk chicken seasoning (more will increase the heat)
1 ½ tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 ½ tsp brown sugar
1 crushed chicken bouillon cube
1 sliced red pepper
1 sliced white onion
1 lime
2 TBS mayo
4 slices Provolone cheese
2 Hoagie rolls

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries (Yield – 4 servings)
2 sweet potatoes
1 TBS olive or avacado oil
¾ tsp salt
¾ tsp black pepper
2 cloves of garlic (minced or fresh)
6 minutes in convection over 400°F

Pineapple Vanilla Parfait (Yield – 4 servings)
1 ½ c honey graham crackers crushed (1 sleeve of crackers)
¼ c unsalted butter
2 ½ c frozen pineapple chunks
1 c vanilla ice cream
½ c pineapple juice

Environmental research student Richard Sanderson pour testing agent from a beaker into a container as he performs research analysis for the Environmental Science Capstone Class.

Photos: Environmental Research students perform analysis for the Freshwater Collaborative

Assistant Professor Mike Holly’s environmental research students Richard Sanderson and Emma Loucks perform research analysis for a project funded through the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin with additional student experience through the Environmental Science Capstone Class on Friday, April 23, 2021, inside the Laboratory Sciences building’s Environmental Research Lab. The capstone project is investigating the treatment potential of/ reactive media developed from waste materials (mussel shells, steel turnings) to sequester phosphorus in agricultural runoff. https://freshwater.wisconsin.edu/fantastic-filters-and-where-to-find-them

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UW-Green Bay Environmental Research Student

– Photos by Sue Pischke, Marketing and University Communication.

Associate Professor Brain Welsch, right, works with a student on a physics problem during COVID-19 precautions inside the STEM Center's Physics Lab at UW-Green Bay on Nov. 19, 2020.

Photos: Resolute Physics students power through the pandemic

During the pandemic, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Welsch (Physics), teaches inside the Physics Lab at the Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the Green Bay Campus. Physics students wear facemasks and sit six-feet apart as COVID-19 precautions. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

Resolute Physics Students Power Through Pandemic

– Photos by William Throndsen Photo/Video Intern, Marketing and University Communication.

Photo of UW-Green Bay students in Jazz Ensemble class on the main stage at the Weidner Center. Music students use specialized slotted masks, bell covers on brass instruments, and sit 6-feet apart as part of the COVID-19 prevention.

Photos: Music students play-on through pandemic

During the pandemic, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Adam Gaines (Music) teaches his Jazz Ensemble class on the main stage at the Weidner Center. Music students use specialized slotted masks, bell covers on brass instruments, sit six feet apart, and leave the stage every 30 minutes for the air to disperse. Gaines said he is “blown away” by his students resilience and has been impressed watching them persevere through these pandemic challenges. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

UW-Green Bay: Resilient Music Students Play on Through Pandemic

– Photos by Sue Pischke, Marketing and University Communication

A close up photo of a student using their smartphone to take a photo of the bacteria scene in their microscope in Advanced Microbiology class, as they exam soil to distinguish and classify bacterial species in the Biology Lab inside Lab Sciences Building at the UW-Green Bay campus on October 21, 2020.

Photos: Advanced Microbiology Lab at the Green Bay Campus

Students in Advanced Microbiology class, GRAM stain soil samples on slides and exam soil to distinguish and classify bacterial species. Students and faculty are able to continue their work in the Biology Lab inside the Lab Sciences building on the Green Bay Campus by adhering to all safety and COVID-19 safety protocols. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

Advanced Microbiology Lab UW-Green Bay Campus

– Photos by Sue Pischke

Photo of a Phoenix icon on an outdoor sign with fall color trees and the Cofrin Library in the background at the UW-Green Bay campus.

Photos: Peak Autumn Color at the Green Bay Campus

UW-Green Bay’s Green Bay Campus shows off seasonal variety year-round and shines particularly bright with vivid colors during the fall semester. Those on campus can enjoy the elevated view of autumn reds, yellows, and oranges from the multilevel Cofrin Library. There are even more views to experience while exploring campus outside of the University Union and the miles of trails through the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.

Peak Autumn Color UW-Green Bay Campus

– Photos and text by photo intern William Throndsen and drone photos by Sue Pischke