1. First UW-Green Bay water science undergraduate heads to graduate school at UWM

    Photo of Tyler Kunze is now a graduate student conducting research with UWM's Harvey Bootsma.

    Kunze’s path exemplifies how undergraduate research opportunities and mentoring can lead to more water scientists Tyler Kunze never anticipated a career as a water scientist. Yet in May, he became […]

  2. UW-Green Bay Summer Bridge Program puts students on Path to Success

    Photo of Summer Bridge Student Morgan Runaas

    All students, no matter how academically gifted, enter college with some trepidation; many are apprehensive about their ability to succeed. At UW-Green Bay, a Summer Bridge Program is helping put minds at […]

  3. UW-Green Bay Archives launches, ‘Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin’ as part of the ‘A Weekend of Pride!’

    Photo collage celebrating UW-Green Bay Archives LGBTQ+ project

    The UW-Green Bay Archives project, Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin will be formally launched as part of the upcoming Green Bay event, A Weekend of Pride!. The launch is in the […]

  4. Boat tour: Bringing UW-Green Bay and friends to the NERR

    Photo of the RV Phoenix, UW-Green Bay’s research vessel, which departed from South Bay Marina for a two- hour educational excursion into the Bay of Green Bay. The Captain was faculty member and research scientist Christopher Houghton.

    All aboard the RV Phoenix! Researchers have been taking campus and community leaders on a tour aboard the UW-Green Bay research vessel Phoenix. The purpose of the NERR Green Bay […]

  5. Mentors Matter: UW-Green Bay to offer mentorship certificate

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    Researchers have long established that employees with mentors report higher levels of job satisfaction, organizational commitment, compensation and promotion.* Entrepreneurs with mentors succeed in their startups at a higher success […]

  6. UW-Green Bay nursing faculty train with new manikins that will offer nursing students realistic patient healthcare scenarios

    Photo of a nursing instructor training on the new hi-tech human patient simulator inside the Aurora BayCare Nursing Skills Center on the UW-Green Bay Campus. These manikins offer nursing students with realistic patient healthcare scenarios for critical thinking and clinical skills training. UW-Green Bay's partnership with Aurora BayCare ensures our nursing students are prepared to deliver high-quality, safe patient care as they prepare for their clinical courses.

    Nursing instructors in UW-Green Bay’s College of Health, Education and Social Welfare, trained recently on the new high-tech patient simulators (or manikins) inside the Aurora BayCare Nursing Skills Center on […]

  7. UW-Green Bay Manitowoc faculty and students bring ‘Cool Chemistry’ show to the masses with a video version

    Image of UW-Green Bay's Cool Chemistry program

    For years, faculty members at UW-Green Bay’s Manitowoc and Sheboygan campuses (formerly UW-Manitowoc and UW-Sheboygan) have been putting the “cool” in chemistry with Cool Chemistry shows each year to get […]

  8. Recent UW-Green Bay Health and Wellness master’s graduate sees experience as a path to progress

    Photo of UW-Green Bay Master of Science graduate and fitness professional Sarah McKenna Rogers

    What does fitness have to do with freight? Spring 2021 Master of Science in Health and Wellness Management (MSHWM) graduate Sarah McKenna Rogers has the answer. For a leadership capstone project through […]

  9. Helping More Students Rise: UW-Green Bay’s Rising Phoenix Program Expands with Statewide Cohort

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    Program provides pathways to higher education for high school students The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program is growing through continued partnership with the Wisconsin […]

  10. UWGB alumni assist with the recruiting process during the pandemic, send 5,000 notecards to prospects

    Photo of Alumni Director Kari Moody loads-up on Phoenix pride items from The Phoenix Bookstore.

    One of the things that makes UW-Green Bay so special is the commitment to the Phoenix family—and some of our alumni have been showcasing that commitment throughout the past year. […]