Posts Tagged ‘students’

Noteworthy: High ratings for UW-Green Bay

by Office of the Chancellor | December 17, 2010

The success of Theatre, Phoenix basketball, and American Indian students at UW-Green Bay drew well-deserved recognition this month. I’ll start with theatre. When Cathy and I saw the play Almost, Maine earlier this fall we thought it was one of the best student shows we had seen in some time. The staging was professional and […]

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Anthony Rieth on ‘Eco U’ and sustainability

by Office of the Chancellor | December 17, 2010

“I think there’s a great history here… We’ve got professors that have the experience of being part of the original (environmental) movement. Then we’ve got students who are part of the sustainable movement. From faculty to students, there’s interest the whole way.” — Anthony Rieth ’10, master’s student

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Jessica Nell on diversity

by Office of the Chancellor | October 13, 2010

“Without diversity people don’t understand what the world is really like. People can get stuck in their own bubble… and become afraid of the unknown.” — Jessica Nell, Senior, Social Work major

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Fernando Chavarria on diversity

by Office of the Chancellor | October 13, 2010

“Sometimes walls and biases are created not because of racism but simply because of lack of knowledge. So to tear down those kinds of walls… the message of diversity needs to be out there.” — Fernando Chavarria, Junior Communication major

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Quita Paul on diversity

by Office of the Chancellor | October 13, 2010

“When people often think of diversity it’s often a racial concept but for me diversity is all about meeting people who have different interests, different backgrounds.” — Quita Paul, Senior Communication major

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What is your personal vision for a more diverse UW-Green Bay?

by Office of the Chancellor | October 13, 2010

Reflecting on our history, are there achievements in this regard or, conversely, opportunities missed that can constructively inform our efforts moving forward? UW-Green Bay is joining UW System institutions statewide in making a priority of “Inclusive Excellence,” a new approach that broadens the definition of diversity and celebrates the educational value of bridging various differences.

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Continue to promote on-campus opportunities for student internships

by Univ. Comm. | September 2, 2010

UW-Green Bay already sponsors a healthy number of for-credit internships across campus (averaging 85 per academic year.)

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Create a community vegetable garden on campus

by Univ. Comm. | September 2, 2010

In 2009, UW-Green Bay students with counsel from faculty and staff members took the lead in creating the SLO Food Alliance. (The acronym stands for “sustainable, local, organic.”)

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Continue to enhance the new-student welcome

by Univ. Comm. | September 2, 2010

Addressing two Quick Fix ideas at once — the second suggestion involved more attention to cultivating student tradition — FOCUS administrators will unveil new wrinkles to the already successful freshman-welcome program.

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