All articles by Joy Wick

New Age for Media and Engineering Launched with Renovated IS Space, Now TEAM Laboratories

Chuck Rybak

At a time of unprecedented demand for news, information, and entertainment content, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Communication program is … More New Age for Media and Engineering Launched with Renovated IS Space, Now TEAM Laboratories

Renovated TV Studio Named in Honor of ’75 Alumnus Harvey Arnold

Harvey Arnold

Through generous recognition by Sinclair Broadcast Group, UW-Green Bay’s remodeled TV Studio has been named Arnold Broadcast Studio in honor … More Renovated TV Studio Named in Honor of ’75 Alumnus Harvey Arnold

Newsroom Named in Honor of Late Frank Wood, Publisher of Green Bay News Chronicle

Frank Wood

Through generous recognition by The Press Times and Multi Media Channels, UW-Green Bay’s new space for media production has been … More Newsroom Named in Honor of Late Frank Wood, Publisher of Green Bay News Chronicle

Gary Mach Excellence in Media Fund Supports Future Media Leaders

Gary Wood

Harvey Arnold is celebrated for his career accomplishments as a UW-Green Bay alum and leader for Sinclair Broadcast Group, as … More Gary Mach Excellence in Media Fund Supports Future Media Leaders

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

Estate gift bolsters generosity of Betty Brown, UW-Green Bay retiree

Betty Brown Ed Weidner and Students

Both Betty and Donald Brown’s parents’ formal education ended with eighth-grade. College, they realized, was not a given. Still, their … More Estate gift bolsters generosity of Betty Brown, UW-Green Bay retiree