Get in on the creative end of our new tradition — a collectible tee! Each year a limited edition t-shirt that reflects UWGB spirit will be created. Proceeds from each collectible tee help fund student scholarships. The design choice will be by popular vote via electronic means in September. The shirt will be unveiled at Alumni Reunion Days.
The winning designer receives a $50 gift card from The Phoenix Bookstore and admittance for two to 2014 Alumni Reunion Days! There are very few design restrictions:
- One-color, front- or back-only design (designers recommend the shirt and print color)
- Design should include the reunion year (2014)
- Design needs to include a reference to UWGB or UW-Green Bay
- Design should be relatable to the majority of UWGB alumni
- Artwork should be submitted by Sept. 1 in a pdf file format to email@example.com
An official logo is not required in the design, but can be requested by contacting Sue Bodilly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember to take advantage of the alumni discount when shopping at The Phoenix Bookstore. Mention you are an alum at the checkout or use promo code “alumni” online at www.THEphoenixbookstore.com and receive 10% off your entire apparel and gift purchase. For your summer shopping convenience, The Phoenix Bookstore is open 8 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Take advantage of the 30 minute parking located in the University Union parking lot for easy store access.
Get together with fellow alumni and cheer on the Green Bay Bullfrogs as they take on the Madison Mallards on Saturday, July 26 at 6:05 p.m. in Madison. Package pricing has been set up for UWGB alumni:
$16 Pepsi Tailgate Tickets: includes all-you-can-eat and unlimited soda and water from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., as well as a reserved stadium seat.
$20 Pepsi Tailgate Tickets: includes all-you-can-eat and unlimited beer, soda and water from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., as well as a reserved stadium seat.
Tickets can be purchased at www.mallardsgroups.com. Enter “greenbay” for the special pricing listed above. If you have any questions regarding tickets, please contact Rick Brostowitz at 608-246-4277 or at email@example.com.
On Tuesday evening at City Hall, near the beginning of the Green Bay City Council meeting, Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt took time on a busy agenda to recognize men’s basketball senior Keifer Sykes (Chicago, Ill.).
The 2014 Horizon League Player of the Year, Sykes was honored not only for his play on the court but also for the way he handles himself as a role model for the youth in Green Bay. Schmitt read a proclamation and handed Sykes a Leadership Award.
For more information on Kiefer Sykes Leadership Award, click here.
The following are UW-Green Bay Alumni class notes submitted November 2013 through June 2014. Submit your class note via the Alumni update form. Continue reading
Come out for a fun, relaxed day of golf and support students following in your footsteps at UWGB. The outing includes a putting contest, 18 holes of golf with power cart, lunch, raffle, hole events, hors d’oeuvres reception and more. Team play will use a four-person scramble format. Prizes will be awarded to the low gross team and handicap team.
Date: Friday, June 13
Location: Royal Scot Golf Course in New Franken
Schedule of Events
8 a.m.: Registration and Putting Contest
9 a.m.: Shotgun Start (four-person scramble format)
2 p.m.: Hors d’oeuvres Reception/Social
2:30 p.m.: Awards, Raffle and Door Prizes
For preferred pricing, please register by Friday, May 30 at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/34th-annual-uw-green-bay-scholarship-golf-outing-tickets-10543964281. Registration closes Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
For additional information, contact the Alumni Office at 920-465-2226 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Citing the help of exceptional faculty and staff, five UW-Green Bay alumni humbly accepted honors at the May 1 Alumni Awards Night on campus. Distinguished Alumni honors went to (from left) businessmen Bob Pyle and Craig Dickman and EPA official Constance Downs. Outstanding Recent Alumni awards went to state teacher of the year JoAnn Miller and redevelopment advocate Crystal Osman. Learn more