Monthly Archives: July 2010

Hey Alumni, spend a night with the Bullfrogs

Spend a night out watching the Green Bay Bullfrogs with fellow alumni, family and friends at Joannes Stadium in Green Bay.

The game starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 10 and UWGB Alumni receive a special deal. The $10 package includes a Bullfrogs hat, general admission ticket and a hot dog and soda voucher.

Order your tickets online at www.frogsgroups.com and enter the password ‘uwgb’ to receive your special offer. See you there!

Residence Hall to be dedicated to former grad

Keith PamperinKeith Pamperin, a 1970 UW-Green Bay graduate will be honored Sept. 8 when a new  residence hall on campus is dedicated in his name. Pamperin, a 1970 urban analysis major, helped secure housing for more than 2,100 students at UW-Green Bay. Serving 38 years with the Green Bay/Brown County Planning Departments, he retired as Housing Administrator for the Green Bay and Brown County Housing Authorities. Pamperin has been instrumental in facilitating Housing Mortgage Revenue Bonding for the nonprofit University Village Housing Inc. (UVHI) to finance and develop UW-Green Bay’s on-campus residence halls. The new three-story building will house 32 suites and 126 students which boosts the on-campus population to about 2,100.

New Photos up in the Photo Gallery

Alumni Scholarship Golf OutingIf you weren’t able to make an event or you want to look back at an event, don’t forget to check out the alumni photo gallery. There are new photos from the Scholarship Golf Outing (among the winners: Lindmark ’81, Hansen ’01 and Schulz ’05), Alumni CPA Luncheon, Alumni Commencement Reception and the Green Bay Cellcom Marathon.

Nerat, Hann, Fish, Taylor… more Alumni stars

See what UW-Green Bay alumni have been doing to make a name for themselves. Click on the name to read a full feature. Send your feature ideas to bodillys@uwgb.edu.

Chris Nerat Chris Nerat – 2001 graduate and former 4E sports editor is working for the sports division at Heritage Auction Galleries in Dallas, Texas, the world’s largest collectible auction house.
Bob Hahn Bob Hann – 1982 and 1987 graduate and former basketball player. He is now an IBM executive and returned to the UW-Green Bay campus during the Spring 2010 semester with some advice for current students.
Bryan Fish Bryan Fish – former Phoenix Nordic skier and coach, was named the Continental Cup coach for the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in May.
Steve Taylor Steve Taylor – 1979 graduate, was the May 2010 Commencement speaker with a strong message. He is a financial representative for the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network and has distinguished himself in the community.

Brainstorming identifies key issues to UWGB

If you’re curious as to what hundreds of individuals in more than a dozen separate brainstorming sessions identified as key issues for UW-Green Bay… here’s your chance to review the results. It’s no quick read; the results of this past spring’s Strategic Planning Theme gatherings are grouped according to broad categories with various related observations listed together. It does, however, give you a look at what Chancellor Thomas K. Harden and his team will review in the coming weeks in anticipation of sharpening the focus for review by governance groups this fall. Summaries are available for each of the 16 sessions at www.uwgb.edu/chancellor/strategic-planning/.

Carmichael named Assistant Chancellor

Beverly Carmichael has been named Assistant Chancellor for University Advancement at UW-Green Bay.  Carmichael worked in the same position at UW-Green Bay on an interim basis in late 2000 and early 2001. In her new responsibilities, she will oversee the University’s fundraising, alumni, marketing and communications functions.

Beverly Carmichael reception

To read more about Carmichael (above right), who was greeted by campus and community members at a reception July 27, click here.