UW-Green Bay Homecoming t-shirts are epic, coveted, and worn into perpetuity following the event! Each of the 3,000 people who attend UW-Green Bay’s selected Homecoming game and festivities—Krash the Kress—receives this iconic Homecoming t-shirt.
Be part of this tradition by submitting a t-shirt design for Homecoming 2020 (#UWGBHOCO). You don’t have to have a graphics background to submit but vector artwork is needed for submission. Have an idea? We want to see it. The design will be selected by an internal UW-Green Bay committee and the winning designer receives recognition on each of the 3,000 plus Homecoming t-shirts, four tickets to any and all 2020 UW-Green Bay Homecoming events, $100 cash and plenty of recognition as the 2020 Homecoming t-shirt graphic designer!
Here are the design parameters:
- Vector art submission required
- Up to three colors (white can be one of the colors)
- 10” by 10” front design
- Priority given to designs that utilize UW-Green Bay colors (see style guide)
- UW-Green Bay emblem (Phoenix only) welcome but not require (see logos and emblem)
Submit vector artwork by November 22, 2019 to email@example.com. Questions should also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and Conditions:
Contest is open to UW-Green Bay alumni, students, employees and Phoenix Fans. The designer agrees that UW-Green Bay has ownership and full use of the winning design for the purposes of promoting UW-Green Bay and its Homecoming events.
Central Europe has blossomed into a vibrant and fascinating place to visit in the post-communist era. Please join Dr. Sarah Meredith, UW-Green Bay professor of Music/Mezzosoprano and international traveler, on a once in a lifetime trip to visit and perform in an alumni choir in 3 unique European cities. Each of them depict different cultures and ways of life; charming Bydgoszcz in Poland, spa village, Karlovy Vary in Czech Republic, and historical, magnificent Prague in Czech Republic from June 12-June 27, 2020. Everyone is welcome (including spouses and partners) but the requirements to perform in the choir are either a live audition with Prof. Meredith OR a 3-4 minute recording of your singing, at least 1 year of previous choral experience (ability to read music), and ability to commit to, and prepare the selected musical selections before rehearsals. The choir will be conducted by UWGB music alumni Dr. Dean Luethi ’98, accompanied by pianist Janet Osterberg Anderson ’94 & ’07. This event is sponsored by the UWGB Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement and the Alumni Relations. Watch a video of Dr. Luethi talking about trip details and why you should join the adventure. More information available at (920) 465-2862 or by emailing Teri Zuege-Halvorsen at email@example.com or Prof. Meredith at firstname.lastname@example.org. Trip is not available for credit.
In February 2020, the UW-Green Bay Alumni Relations will present the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards and the Outstanding Recent Alumni Awards. These awards recognize the professional accomplishments of UW-Green Bay Alumni.
The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes graduates who have distinguished themselves in their professional field and are widely recognized for their career accomplishments. Civic and/or humanitarian activities for the benefit of others is also taken into consideration. If you know of a UW-Green Bay alumnus who meets the award’s criteria, please complete the online nomination form by August 31 so he or she can be considered for a 2020 award.
The Outstanding Recent Alumni Award recognizes those who have graduated from a UW-Green Bay undergraduate or graduate program within the past 15 years. Selection is based on professional accomplishments and future potential in their selected field of study and/or contributions to their community through civic or humanitarian involvement or both. To nominate a UWGB alumni for this award, please complete the online nomination form by August 31, 2019.
As Executive Vice President of Workforce Solutions and Clinical Services at Aya Healthcare, April Hansen ’05 (Nursing), RN, MSN, is responsible for the clinical and quality outcomes of more than 4,500 clinicians on assignment through Aya across the United States — including safe, effective and positive patient care. Under her leadership, we have achieved a more highly educated (70%+ BSN-Prepared), competent and diverse nursing workforce than any of our competitors in the travel nurse industry to date.
April is a nurse and an entrepreneur. She successfully co-founded a clinical management technology to ease the administrative burden of healthcare student clinical placements in 2012, and achieved a successful exit when the technology was acquired in 2016. In addition, she co-founded a mobile application for nursing engagement and achieved support through a nationally-ranked start-up accelerator in partnership with Microsoft in 2017. April currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives, serves as co-chair of the Membership Committee with WONE and in the past served as an elected member of the Wisconsin Nurses Association Public Policy Committee. She recently published her first scholarly article, Disruption Ahead: Navigating and Leading the Future of Nursing, for Nursing Administration Quarterly. April was named the 2019 Nurse Leader of the Year by the Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Leaders, and is also named to the Staffing Industry Analysts 40 under 40 this year. April was named to Becker’s Rising Stars list in 2018.
The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, in collaboration with On Broadway, Inc., is looking to create a roster of community musicians, singers and performers of all kinds (musicians, jugglers, dancers etc.) that would like to perform at the Wednesday Night Farmers Market in Downtown Green Bay, and at other events this summer.
Performers will be stationed at the Weidner Center/UW-Green Bay tent, located at the south entrance to the market. There is no compensation. Performers may collect and retain all tips. A power outlet will be provided upon request. There will be no additional sound system or technical support provided.
The Farmers Market runs on Wednesday evenings starting May 29 through September 25.
From May 29 – August 25 there are two 2-hour performance slots each Wed evening from 4pm – 6pm and 6pm – 8pm.
Beginning September 4 – 25 there are two 2-hour performance slots from 3pm – 5pm and 5pm – 7pm.
To apply please complete this short sign-up form.
39th Annual Scholarship Golf Outing
We are seeking volunteers to help set up, tear down and sell raffle tickets throughout the day.
Time: Any time between 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Date: June 14
Register to volunteer for Golf Outing by emailing Kari Moody at email@example.com.
Freshman Move In Day
Help welcome new students as they move to campus and take one of their first steps towards completing their education. Our Phoenix families have been very appreciative and relieved to arrive on campus to find conveniently located information tables, staff directing traffic and others awaiting to help tote boxes and bags into the buildings.
On the contact page where it asks for campus email address, please list your email address and under department mailing address, please list “Alumni Relations.”
Time: 8 a.m. – noon
Date: September 1
Register to volunteer for Freshman Move In Day.
Get ready to pick your trip! The Alumni Association is raising money for scholarships at UW-Green Bay through the UW-Green Bay Alumni “Pick your Trip” Raffle. Tickets are $20/ticket and only 1,000 tickets will be sold! The raffle prize winner will pick a concert, theatre event or regular season sporting event within the United States to attend. Winner receives round-trip transportation to the event, two nights hotel accommodations and two tickets to the event of his/her choice. The drawing will occur Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 1 p.m. One winner will be drawn at the end of the Green Bay Women’s basketball game played against UW-Milwaukee at the Kress Events Center. Need not be present to win. To purchase a ticket, contact an Alumni Association Board of Directors member or visit the UW-Green bay Advancement Office (Cofrin Library 805, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311) during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Questions may be directed to Director of Alumni Relations Kari Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW-Green Bay Alumni “Pick your Trip” Raffle rules:
Total prize maximum is $5,000 (prize excludes championships and playoff games). UW-Green Bay Alumni Association will secure round-trip transportation, hotel accommodations and event tickets and will deliver tickets in person or via mail to the winner. At least six weeks must be provided to the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association to purchase tickets and arrange trip. The Association will make its best effort to purchase winner’s preferred event tickets but is not responsible if tickets sell out. Prize must be redeemed within one year of winning (February 2, 2020). Lic. #R0012949A