1. UW-Green Bay partners with Festival Foods, Kohler and Prevea Health to offer a certificate in Exceptional Customer Experience

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    UW-Green Bay now offers a new certificate program designed to deliver a distinctive customer experience that not only impresses customers but also creates value, growth and competitive advantage. Local experts from Festival Foods, Kohler and Prevea Health will share insights gained from thousands of customer interactions and connections over five sessions. Registration is open. Today’s customers […]

  2. Persistence and vision are part of Alexa’s Story, as she pursues a Master’s of Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology

    Photo of UW-Green Bay student Alexa

    Alexa has big dreams. Once she completes her Master’s of Sports, Exercise and Performance Psychology program at UW-Green Bay, her next step is working in the NCAA. Then, in professional sports. She discovered the field of sports psychology, and as a former UW-Green Bay student-athlete she knows the pressure and the feelings that student-athletes experience. With […]

  3. UW-Green Bay: Embracing Community Outreach

    Photo of Brooke Lemke, a Parent Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator with the Sheboygan County Family Resource Center who recently earned a certificate in Pediatric Mental Health through the UW-Green Bay Division of Community Engagement and Workforce Training.

    Brooke Lemke is a Parent Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator with the Sheboygan County Family Resource Center (FRC) and recently earned a certificate in Pediatric Mental Health. Brooke has embraced the community outreach requirement of the certificate and has so far given four (and counting) presentations. In her four presentations, Brooke has educated over 44 childcare employees. […]

  4. UW-Green Bay empowers the Marinette region with professional training

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    UW-Green Bay is delivering professional training to the Marinette region. Six workshops are offered on wide-ranging topics from AI to Real Colors® and integrate hard and soft skills. Workshops will be a fit for entrepreneurs and professionals with responsibilities in operations, human resource management or new business development. “Empowering our Marinette region with business and […]

  5. Adan E. Cordova: The Foundation to Fearlessly Dream

    Photo of Adan Cordova, the 2024 Student Commencement Speaker for the 2 p.m. ceremony at UW-Green Bay on Saturday, May 11, 2024.

    It’s 4:15 AM, and Adan Cordova’s day has already begun. In the pre-dawn stillness, while the rest of his family still sleeps, he silently hurries to catch a ride to be at work by six. Then, he puts in a twelve-hour day before returning home. These hours would probably be considered typical for the soon-to-be […]

  6. UW-Green Bay alum: The power play of perseverance

    Photo of UW-Green Bay alumnus Michael Becker speaking with co-workers at the Central Wisconsin Woodworking Corporation in Wausau, Wisconsin. Photos by Dan Moore, University Photographer

    “How would you like a job where when you made a mistake, a big red light goes on and 18,000 people boo?” -Jacques Plante, (NHL Hall-of-Fame goalie) “I was an OK goalie, good, but not someone scouts were going to chase.” -Michael Becker (Organizational Leadership, ’23) Once, Mike aspired to be like Jacques, aiming for […]

  7. Driving change, meaning business: UW-Green Bay’s Master’s in Public Administration is shaping the future of service

    Photo of UW-Green Bay Masters of Public Administration student Gage Beck speaking with a co-worker at the Greater Green Bay YMCA. Photo by Dan Moore, University Photographer

    While it’s easy in our “return on investment” higher education landscape to prioritize fields like computer science and biomedics for their direct financial rewards, students like Gage Beck at UW-Green Bay are more drawn by the call to serve. Beck’s journey into the public sector is not solely driven by financial gain but by a […]

  8. Alumni Amanda and Marcus Reitz’s mission to deliver ‘Happily Ever After’ for companion animals started at UW-Green Bay

    Photo of UW-Green Bay alumni siblings Amanda Reitz and Marcus Reitz posing with a cat and dog at Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary (HEA) in Green Bay, Wis., on Dec. 4, 2023. Amanda founded HEA in 2006 while still a student, and Marcus joined as director of branding and development in 2015. (Photo by Joey Prestley / UW-Green Bay)

    From the front door of Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary (HEA) in Ashwaubenon, you can see the familiar silhouette of Lambeau Field rising above the skyline. It’s a feature siblings Amanda Reitz (‘08) and Marcus Reitz (‘03) point out with earnest pride for their hometown. They both grew up in the Green Bay area, went […]

  9. Watershed Game Makes Water Science Fun for Students and Educators

    Photo of Wisconsin educators learning how to play and teach the Watershed Game.

    On a bitterly cold morning in January, teachers and educators from around northeast Wisconsin gathered at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve to learn how to play and teach the Sea Grant Watershed Game. The interactive board game helps students and local leaders understand the connection between land use and water quality. Through a series of active, hands-on simulations, participants learn […]

  10. High schoolers and undergrads present summer research to Manitowoc community members

    Photo of the Stream Team presenting their water quality research to community members.

    The 2023 Lakeshore Water Summit at the UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus provided high school students involved in UW-Green Bay’s Freshwater Scholars Summer Research Program with the opportunity to present the results of their work in water-based projects. They also learned about the results of summer water quality monitoring in streams around the county, which UW-Green Bay undergraduates perform in […]