UW-Green Bay To Offer History Of The Green Bay Packers Noncredit Certificate Program

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus, working in collaboration with the Green Bay Packers, is offering a new History of the Green Bay Packers noncredit certificate program.

Fans can learn the story of the Packers by exploring their iconic history in eight sessions available live online on Zoom, starting in September.

The sessions will be taught by Brent Hensel, curator of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. The registration fee for the certificate program includes admission to the Packers Hall of Fame.

The sessions will cover important events and personalities from the Packers’ history that dates back to the early days of the NFL, including: The Origins of American Football, Co-founder Earl “Curly” Lambeau and his role as coach and guiding force of the team. The Packers-Bears Rivalry and the rise of Vince Lombardi, a little-known coach, who became the most famous coach in sports.

Registration is now open and classes start in September.

You can learn more about the certificate program by visiting the program’s web site.