UW-Green Bay’s spring splendor was in full array when about 5,000 people visited campus to honor a record-setting 975 eligible students for Commencement, Saturday, May 16, 2015 at the Kress Events Center. Among the grads were 72 students honored as master’s degree recipients — the most ever for a UWGB commencement.
Julia Shariff is excited to start medical school in her hometown. The 2015 UWGB Human Biology and Spanish graduate is UWGB’s first grad to be accepted into the inaugural class of MCW-Green Bay. Watch the video on this key collaborative effort.
More than a dozen students will work side-by-side with UWGB professors Bob Howe and Amy Wolf to develop a comprehensive plan to improve fish and wildlife habitat in the region. The research is vital to regional economy and quality of life.
UW-Green Bay’s student researchers are honored annually at the “Posters in the Rotunda” spotlight event at Wisconsin’s State Capitol each spring. UWGB undergraduates often have graduate-school-like opportunities to collaborate with faculty and community partners.
UW-Green Bay’s bayshore campus is often described as being among the most attractive in the Midwest. Trails and bike paths criss-cross both the scenic central campus and the wooded natural areas that surround us.
UW-Green Bay is enrolling students for fall of 2015 in three new Engineering Technology programs designed to make a high-demand field more easily accessible while also addressing manufacturers' demands for well-prepared engineering graduates in Northeast Wisconsin.