Congratulations to the recipients of the 2011 Alumni Awards, Saturday, April 30, in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. To learn about the four alumni recognized for their special contributions to the University and their community, click here (photos and story).
Catch the action in snapshots as UW-Green Bay’s award-winning alumni, past and present, gathered April 30 at the Weidner Center to celebrate the University and its graduates.
See the photo gallery.
On Wednesday, April 20, Paul Wozniak ’78 and ’94 won the Alumni Earth Caretaker Award at the third Green Innovations 2011 Symposium. The award recognizes a UW-Green Bay graduate widely known for his or her work in the areas of sustainability, environmental management, environmental policy or another closely related area.
To read about Wozniak’s accomplishments, click here.
Join us as we recognize distinguished and recent outstanding alumni at the annual Alumni Awards Night from 5-8 p.m. Saturday, April 30, in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Contact the Alumni Office at 920-465-2586 or email@example.com for more information.
Receiving Distinguished Alumni Awards:
- Daoud Abboud ’87, CEO of United Technology Solutions in Jordan
- Robert Cera ’84, president and CEO of Baylank Bank
- Laura (Busby) Hollingsworth ’89, West Group President for Gannett U.S. Community Publishing
Receiving Outstanding Recent Alumni Award:
- Jody Weyers ’96, volunteer and communications director for the American Red Cross, Green Bay
Know a UW-Green Bay graduate who works, lives and breathes sustainability? Nominate that individual now for the Alumni Earth Caretaker Award. You will find a nomination form here: http://www.uwgb.edu/embi/award/.
The Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the Current Young Professionals Awards on Thursday, Jan. 27 and several UW-Green Bay alumni were presented with the “Future 15″ honor.
Jody Weyers ’96, volunteer and communications director, American Red Cross
Jacqueline Frank ’00, executive director, National Railroad Museum
Ryan Price ’07, partner development coordinator, Schreiber Foods
Mary Frank-Arlt ’08, community relations specialist, Wisconsin Public Service
Though not an alum, congratulations also to Adi Redzic, program director at The Mauthe Center, (formerly the Ecumenical Center).
Nominations are open for the EMBI Alumni Earth Caretaker Award. To view the criteria or make a nomination, visit the EMBI site.
Do you know a UW-Green Bay alum who has been widely recognized for their work in the areas of sustainability, environmental management, environmental policy or another closely related area? Then, nominate them for the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) Alumni Earth Caretaker Award.
Read more about last year’s winner, Paul Tower.