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

Student Profile: Samira Bare, ’24 Received Ferguson Phuture Phoenix Scholarship

Samira Bare

Dreaming big was easy for Samira Bare. Choosing to pursue college was complicated. She knew it was the next stop … More Student Profile: Samira Bare, ’24 Received Ferguson Phuture Phoenix Scholarship

Renovated Space Cultivates Problem Solvers in Electrical Engineering

Northeast Wisconsin is home to some of the state’s largest manufacturers who – in order to maintain a competitive advantage … More Renovated Space Cultivates Problem Solvers in Electrical Engineering

Finance Students up to Challenge of Riding Market’s Waves

Finance Center

UW-Green Bay’s high impact learning experiences will level up this fall when students studying finance in the Austin E. Cofrin … More Finance Students up to Challenge of Riding Market’s Waves

Institute of Music Transcends Barriers, Deepens Commitment to Community

Saxophone students

Inspired musicians are not only invited to play and find their voice through UW-Green Bay’s music program, but will do … More Institute of Music Transcends Barriers, Deepens Commitment to Community

Leaders Share Goal of Sparking a Brighter Future for our Community

Ron Dunford is President and CEO of Schreiber

Schreiber and other Greater Green Bay area businesses benefit from their close proximity to UW-Green Bay. “As an employer, having … More Leaders Share Goal of Sparking a Brighter Future for our Community

Changemaker Grant Fuels Wireless Tools for Students, Water Researchers

Mike Zorn with buoy

That enterprising spirit that has made UW-Green Bay the fastest growing UW school in the state is also deepening learning … More Changemaker Grant Fuels Wireless Tools for Students, Water Researchers

UW-Green Bay Campus Cupboard Receives its Largest Gift Ever

UWGB Campus Cupboard Check Presentation

Representatives from the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and its Wisconsin chapter visited UW-Green Bay’s Campus Cupboard & Clothes Closet … More UW-Green Bay Campus Cupboard Receives its Largest Gift Ever

Scholarship Inspires Ryan Thieme’s Passions, Big Dreams

UW-Green Bay Student Ryan Thieme

Ryan Thieme said it best when he shared “the people and the culture at UW-Green Bay make it a place … More Scholarship Inspires Ryan Thieme’s Passions, Big Dreams

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