Q&A with Alumus Barry Melotte on Support for Phoenix Athletics

Alumnus and Phoenix Fund board member, Barry Melotte.

Barry Melotte is sales director at Melotte Distributing and a 1995 graduate in Communication from UW-Green Bay. He serves as … More Q&A with Alumus Barry Melotte on Support for Phoenix Athletics

Master of Athletic Training Faculty, Students’ Research will Fuel Concussion Grant Project

Assistant Professor Sadie Bubolz-Dubs (center) guides Jacob Boese (left) in a mock examination of another student.

Although the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s master’s degree in athletic training (MAT) is only in its fourth year, the program … More Master of Athletic Training Faculty, Students’ Research will Fuel Concussion Grant Project

Future Leaders Thrive in Natural Classrooms of Cofrin Arboretum

Norah Swenson '21 uses the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum in her graduate studies at UW-Green Bay.

Since the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum opening in the mid-1970s, thousands of students have had the opportunity to trade four walls … More Future Leaders Thrive in Natural Classrooms of Cofrin Arboretum

Retiree One of Longest-Giving Supporters — 36 Consecutive Years, and Counting

Charles Rhyner was one of the first faculty members to arrive at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, arriving the year … More Retiree One of Longest-Giving Supporters — 36 Consecutive Years, and Counting

Dental City Fuels Experiences That Spark Creative Solutions To Real-World Challenges

When students attend a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Office of Career Services activity, there’s a good chance they will see … More Dental City Fuels Experiences That Spark Creative Solutions To Real-World Challenges

Support Removes Barriers for High School Researchers

UW-Green Bay's Brian Merkel with Green Bay West High School's Bonnie Gonzales and Lisa Merkel

Imagine being in high school and having the ability to conduct research and contribute to a global science project. That’s … More Support Removes Barriers for High School Researchers

Rising Phoenix Helps Trailblazers Achieve Degrees in Half the Time

Drew Anderson-Braun

A junior at Preble High School in Green Bay, Drew Anderson-Braun is blazing his own education path. He is taking … More Rising Phoenix Helps Trailblazers Achieve Degrees in Half the Time

Retired Educator’s Influence on Dietetics Program Longlasting

Karen Lacey

Karen Lacey jokes she wrote herself into a job. In the early 1990s, Lacey, a dietician and adjunct faculty member … More Retired Educator’s Influence on Dietetics Program Longlasting

Alumni Mentors Help Business Students Transform Their Futures

Brittany Cassidy

As a business administration major with an emphasis in marketing, Adam Chojnacki was not sure what direction his career would … More Alumni Mentors Help Business Students Transform Their Futures

Student Profile: Emily Bernhardt ’22, Jean B. Weidner Scholarship in Social Work Recipient

Emily Bernhardt

Emily Bernhardt has had a lifelong love of learning and knew college was the right path for her. Upon her … More Student Profile: Emily Bernhardt ’22, Jean B. Weidner Scholarship in Social Work Recipient

UW-Green Bay Research and Sponsored Projects Making an Impact on our Region

Chancellor Michael Alexander

To our friends, supporters and community members: As the state’s youngest regional comprehensive university, UW-Green Bay has made an enormous … More UW-Green Bay Research and Sponsored Projects Making an Impact on our Region

Research on Rise: NERR Designation May Leverage Resources for Research Partnerships

UW-Green Bay Research vessel on the Bay of Green Bay

Many people may not realize it, but Green Bay is the world’s largest freshwater estuary, a semi-enclosed area in the … More Research on Rise: NERR Designation May Leverage Resources for Research Partnerships

Research on the Rise: Behavioral Health Training Partnership Offers Life-saving Training

Behavioral Health Partnership staff

It’s safe to say everything changed for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Behavioral Health Training Partnership during the past 18 … More Research on the Rise: Behavioral Health Training Partnership Offers Life-saving Training

Research on the Rise: NIH-funded Study Looks at how Children Learn Right from Wrong

A child responding to images with a research assistant

Everyone has a moral compass, but at what age does it develop? Is it elementary school, preschool or even earlier? … More Research on the Rise: NIH-funded Study Looks at how Children Learn Right from Wrong

Research on the Rise: SBDC Helps Businesses Survive, Thrive

SBA visits Reynolds Packaging

It’s been a busy year for Reynolds Packaging: Growing its employment count from four to 15 workers, hosting a visit … More Research on the Rise: SBDC Helps Businesses Survive, Thrive

Research on the Rise: Students Shine in Water Research Projects

Undergraduate students in the water learning research techniques.

From the Menominee River to Lake Winnebago and many locations in between, Patrick Forsythe and his University of Wisconsin-Green Bay … More Research on the Rise: Students Shine in Water Research Projects

LaForce Family Foundation carries on legacy of Joe and Mac LaForce

Arionna Loughlin

Fueled by a passion for helping others, Arionna Loughlin’s goal is to become a physical therapist. Majoring in Human Biology … More LaForce Family Foundation carries on legacy of Joe and Mac LaForce