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Student Shows

These Phoenix Studios playlists are a collection of UW-Green Bay student generated shows as digital scholarship.

ENG 224: Practicum in Literary Publishing Student Shows

This podcast playlist is a collection of student-produced conversations and stories covering a wide range of topics, created as part of the ENG 224: Practicum in Literary Publishing (Northern Lights). In this practicum, both creative writing and BFA students gain real-world experience in content generation for e-newsletters, magazines, podcasts, and the literary journal, Nothern Lights.


Humanities+ is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Professor of Humanities & European History and Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities and Arts Management. In this show, Rachel provides listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities.


El Podcast Iluminamos920 ha sido creado por los estudiantes del Programa de Español de UWGB. El propósito de este proyecto digital es descubrir la comunidad de Green Bay a través de los miembros que la componen.

In Their Studio

In Their Studio showcases the talented artists that are housed in the UWGB arts community, and how they go about their artistic process. This podcast is intended to share behind the scenes of the lives, research processes, and creative process of artists selected by the Lawton Gallery staff. Our guest speakers will range from UWGB staff, to graduating UWGB art students. We strive to inspire those who are striving to succeed in the art community, and share insight into successful artists lives, and how they made it there.

Let's Not Do That

Let's Not Do That is a student-led podcast about microaggressions on college campuses. Each episode focuses on a different type of microaggression that students of color or LGBTQ+ students encounter on campus. In addition, each features a different student guest co-host who talks about how that microaggression has impacted their life and what they would like professors and other faculty/staff to do to mitigate the harm from them.