I hope you can join us from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 in the Christie Theatre of the University Union, for a brown bag presentation of research and question and answer period with Stamats, our marketing and branding consultant. With our exceptionally strong participation rate among all our constituents, I anticipate a revealing presentation which can help us better distinguish our UW-Green Bay brand and help us message our audiences more efficiently and effectively.
Again, thank you so much for your engagement in this project.
Thomas K. Harden
Have you heard the big news? Two of your fellow UW-Green Bay alums, Rick Chernick and Jim Wochinske, are challenging all alumni to give back by matching new or increased donations to the University. Even the smallest gifts could have a big impact.
Learn more about the Challenge from a video they put together, click here.
The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association Board of Directors welcomes alumni and guests to an “Update of Your U” Tuesday Nov. 8 at the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary-Nature Education Center.
Join Chancellor Thomas Harden and other UW-Green Bay administrators for a social at 5:30 p.m. and short program beginning at 6:15 p.m., followed by a question and answer session. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be available. The social and program will be done by 7 p.m., but you are welcome to stay for the Alumni Board’s November meeting that follows.
RSVP by Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, to the Alumni Office at (920) 465-2586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2011 directory project began June 1, 2011. Over the next couple of months, Publishing Concepts, Inc. (PCI) will continue to contact UW-Green Bay alumni via mail, phone and e-mail requesting you to call the toll-free number and update your profile.
There is no “ask” for donation, but you are welcome to purchase a directory.
Want to avoid getting the call? Make the call yourself and update your profile at 1-877-893-9701.
Find out more: www.uwgb.edu/alumni/directory/
An engaging new season of After Thoughts series of programs for women kicked off Sept. 20 with Prof. Kim Nielsen’s presentation, “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.”
Don’t miss Susan Frost, lecturer at UW-Green Bay and president of Frost Marketing Communications Inc., when she presents “The Lust to Shop: From Romanticism to Modernism in a Shoebox” on Nov. 1.
Missall gets ‘Extreme’ experience with Innovative Services
Read about Shelly Missall’s (’06 Communication and the Arts) local ties to “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” in her job at Innovative Services.
Habeck goes from play-by-play to day-to-day
Sometimes you need a little help from a professor. Read about Jason Habeck and his growing role for the Green Bay Gamblers.
The campus mourns the loss of Matthew B. Kehl, who died as a result of a car accident, Oct. 16.
Kehl was an active alumnus and Alumni Association board member. More details.