1. 3D printers providing cutting-edge tools for UW-Green Bay Engineering Technology program

    Engineering Technology students are benefiting from new 3D printing technology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Faculty members say the advanced technology could rival top-ranked research universities. “The 3D printer is a cutting-edge technology which is becoming a most wanted teaching tool at universities to enhance the teaching process of the instructor and the learning

  2. UW Sustainable Management Student Helps “Green” the Green Bay Packers

    The online Sustainable Management master’s program is a collaborative effort of five UW System institutions: UW-Green Bay, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, UW-Stout, and UW-Superior. Launched in 2013, the master’s degree program is designed for working adults with real-world experience and offers flexibility to students who balance family, a job, and other commitments. A veteran, his family, and a

  3. UW-Green Bay college kid makes good: Top doctor returns to serve region’s children

    Ask Dr. Tina Sauerhammer about the seminal moments in her life, and the answer may surprise you. She won’t, as one might rightly expect, start with being part of the surgical team that performed the first-ever full face transplant in the United States in 2011. She’ll gloss over the fact that she entered college at

  4. UW-Green Bay hosts National Psychology Summit

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) will be joined by college psychology faculty from across the United States for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (SNAP), June 21-24, on the UW‑Green Bay campus.

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) will be joined by college psychology faculty from across the United States for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (SNAP), June 21-24, on the UW‑Green Bay campus. “Given the growing mental health needs of the region, better psychological training

  5. UW-Green Bay’s Phuture Phoenix marks progress with 200 current students

    Phuture Phoenix, looking forward: For the 2016-2017 school year, Phuture Phoenix is slated to award scholarships to 40 students, totaling nearly $70,000. This figure includes the inaugural awarding of the John M. and Meredith B. Rose Phuture Phoenix Scholarship, worth more than $8,600 and renewable annually, to Joshua Vollmar from Suring, Wis. Vollmar is a

  6. Regional leaders applaud Board of Regents’ approval of engineering technology degrees

    The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved a trio of new and collaborative engineering technology degrees July 12 designed to make a high-demand field more easily accessible to students in the New North region while also addressing manufacturers’ demands for new infusions of well-prepared engineering graduates. Students entering the new Leadership in Engineering

  7. UW-Green Bay helps alumna carry passion into successful business

    woman standing before a wall of mannequin heads with wigs

    Step inside the door of Nell’s Wigs and Boutique in Allouez and you will feel an instant sense of why UW-Green Bay alumna and company founder, Stacey Nellen-Kolze, ‘98, opened this business in the first place. The showroom at Nell’s, featuring an array of products and adorned in local art and words of inspiration and

  8. Great Lake grant will boost Phuture Phoenix programs

    students hold up a sign that says "Thank You"

    GREEN BAY — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Phuture Phoenix program has been awarded a one-year, $177,579 grant to expand and focus efforts to prepare disadvantaged middle and high school students in Northeastern Wisconsin for higher education. Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation (Great Lakes) announced the award Monday, Feb 20. Through community investments, Great Lakes

  9. Seven students, one hospital, and a productive collaboration

    Aurora BayCare Medical Center, a local healthcare provider in Green Bay, Wis., sought the services of the UW-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) to find sustainable solutions to some of its pressing environmental problems: energy and water consumption, waste disposal, recycling, etc. Over three years, seven UWGB graduate and undergraduate students worked as