The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association is hosting a reception event at the Tuesday, February 26, Green Bay Men’s Basketball game against UW-Milwaukee.
Cost is $10 for alumni, $15 for non-alumni guests and $7 for children (under age 18) and includes your ticket to the game*. There will be great food and drink along with other cool stuff to cheer on the Green Bay Phoenix. Plus you will be allowed access into the Phoenix Fund Room at half time! The game begins at 7 p.m. There will also be chances to win some fantastic prizes.
Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Resch Center, exclusive reception in the Oneida Room
Please RSVP to your Alumni Relations Director, Kari Moody by Monday, February 25, 2013 at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 920-465-2226. You can also visit Eventbright to buy tickets for this fun alumni event online!
*If you are a season ticket holder or have tickets to this game, there is no cost to attend the reception. Advance registration is required for entry into the reception.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Heidi Fencl will offer audience members a fascinating look into the mysterious world of dark energy during the University’s next After Thoughts event, beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 in the Grand Foyer at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Read more, or register now.
The After Thoughts series was started in spring 2011 to connect community women with UW-Green Bay, showcase UW-Green Bay’s faculty and staff, convene women after their workday for learning, enrichment and fun, and provide “After Thoughts” to take with them when they leave.
We want to stay better connected and communicate a bit more electronically (supporting the mission of the original “Eco-U.”)
Currently, you are receiving the Alumni e-newsletter because you subscribed or provided an email address to the Alumni Office. Soon we will use this same database to touch base with other communications, including the e-newsletter, but also event invitations, alumni discount information and more. We promise not to overburden your inbox.
If you wish to unsubscribe to alumni email communications, you can do so at any time by informing the Alumni Relations Office at email@example.com or by hitting the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any emailed message. We hope you stay connected and allow us the opportunity to share the great alumni news, events and benefits that are in place just for you!
Scholarships often provide students the opportunity to attend UW-Green Bay and eventually, realize their dreams. Thank you to our alumni who have created scholarships to support these dreams. Below is a list of alumni who have created scholarships at UW-Green Bay (listed in no particular order).
- John ’88, ’12 and Lucy ’87, ’90 Arendt – John D. and Lucy A. Arendt Travel Abroad Endowed Scholarship
- Dr. Kay M. Nelson ’78 – Kay and Jim Nelson Annual Scholarship
- Thomas Remondini ’87 – Sergeant Leo A. Remondini, Jr. Memorial Annual Scholarship
- Doug Landwehr ’02 and Nanette Nelson – Nanette M. Nelson and Douglas P. Landwehr Annual Scholarship
- Carol De Groot ’79 – Carol R. De Groot Endowed Scholarship in Environmental Science
- Wayne ’74 and Ginger Micksch – Micksch Family Scholarship
- Laura Hollingsworth ’89 – Laura Hollingsworth Scholarship in Communications
- Alison Walker ’89 – Alison Van Duyse Scholarship in Music
- Daniel Schulz ’05 and Casie Rindfleisch-Schulz ‘06 – Casie Rindfleisch-Schulz Scholarship in Psychology and Human Development, Daniel Schulz Scholarship in Accounting, Daniel Schulz Scholarship in Business
- Sherri Underwood ’06 – Ruby Wolverton, RN, Scholarship
- Katharine Olski ’77, ’79 – Katharine Olski Scholarship
- Mike and Kate ’76 Meeuwsen – Kate R. Meeuwsen Endowed Scholarship
- Mark King ’81 - Mark King Endowed Golf Scholarship
- Barth ’79 and Mary Jo ’81 Wolf - Barth and Mary Jo Wolf Family Endowed Scholarship
- Mike ’76 and Debi Jackson - Mike and Debi Jackson Endowed Scholarship
- Diane ’75 and Patrick ’90 Ford - Diane and Patrick Ford Family Scholarship
- Janet ’93 and Charlie Lieb - Janet & Charles Lieb Phuture Phoenix Scholarship
- Cecilia Hintz ’86 - Alvina Hintz Memorial Scholarship Fund
- Rick Chernick ’74 - UWGB Alumni Scholarship
- Joel Halverson ’77 – Veterans Scholarship
Jump on the bus and join fans and fellow alumni in supporting our Phoenix Women’s Basketball Team! One bus is already full and another is filling fast for the UW-Green Bay Women’s Basketball game against UW-Milwaukee, played at the Klotsche Center in Milwaukee.
Date: Saturday, March 9
Time: Buses depart from the Baird Foundation Parking Lot at 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $15 cash, includes your game ticket and transportation with drop-off right in front of the center
Feel free to bring lunch, snacks, jokes, book reviews, etc. along as the buses will not be stopping for food.
To join the fun, please contact Pat Duescher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920.845.2448.
The Inclusivity Health Fair organized by the UW-Green Bay LGBTQ Resource Center will focus on leadership, social justice, education and health in the realm of inclusivity and healthy and safe choices.
This year’s Inclusivity Health Fair will be held on Friday, March 8, 2013 and Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. The particular focus of Friday is for students, faculty and staff to have a greater understanding of the options available at UWGB. Saturday focuses on the connection UWGB has with the community.
The fun begins Friday at 10 a.m. with a one-mile walk and scavenger hunt. There will also be interactive tables sponsored by vendors, university classes and student groups, and games and prizes, and more. Friday evening, there will be a silent auction taking place. In addition, a fundraiser dinner buffet benefiting the LGBTQ Resource Center will be served with a vegetarian option, at 6:00 p.m. Mike Fitzpatrick, “GBLT in Wisconsin” will be the keynote speaker at that time. Tickets for the dinner events are $30 and available for purchase at the LGBTQ Resource Center in the University Union.
On Saturday, the focus will be on vendors from Wisconsin and will be open to students and the public. Activities for Saturday include main stage speakers, interactive vendors and workshops. Both days will offer information and interaction on many topics including personal defense and safety, drug and alcohol assessments, personal leadership skills, and much more.
If you would like to be a vendor/volunteer or need more information, please contact the LGBTQ Resource Center at 920-465-2167.
Because it feels good to give back, the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association is again doing a food drive on Saturday, March 16. Are you interested in volunteering? We need help at Festival Foods Suamico from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Please contact Alumni Association Board Member, Ken Eggen at email@example.com to volunteer.