The Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) is hosting a multi-day symposium April 18-20, 2012.
This year’s theme is “Water — Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” and features a showing of the award-winning documentary, Tapped.
Read the full line-up of events and register here: www.uwgb.edu/embi/green-innovations-2012/.
Stop by the Big Red Kettle at Bay Park Square Mall from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10.
Your UW-Green Bay Alumni Association is joining forces with The Salvation Army to support people in desperate need.
The 2011 Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run/Walk begins at 8 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 3 with the starting line at the UW Green Bay Kress Center. Dig out your red hats and bells and get into the holiday spirit by helping others fight arthritis, the nation’s most common cause of disability. Read more.
The inaugural event, Business Week, drew high praise and plenty of corporate support.
Organizers of the event, who are planning for Business Week #2, thanked their sponsors with a special presentation.
Warpinski celebrates Shorewood 80th in style — see more photos
Alumni and friends have fun with the ‘Frogs’ — see more photos
Spend a night watching the Green Bay Bullfrogs with fellow alumni, family and friends at Joannes Stadium in Green Bay.
The game starts at 7:05 p.m. on Tuesday, August 9 and UWGB Alumni receive a special deal. The $11 package includes a Bullfrogs hat, general admission ticket and a hot dog and soda voucher ($26 value). Graduates should stop by the Alumni Tent and register for door prizes — drawing to be held at the end of the fifth inning. And we will bring the bug spray — just in case!
Order your tickets online at www.frogsgroups.com and enter the password ‘uwgbalumni’ or mail in this form to receive your special offer. ($1.50 convenience charge applies to tickets purchased online.)
See you there!
Thanks to a generous donation from Schwabe, parent company of Enzymatic Therapy and employer of numerous UW-Green Bay alumni (some are pictured above), UW-Green Bay got its pick of rotary evaporation equipment, an extensive glassware selection and more. The equipment, which would be worth an estimated $15,000 to $20,000 if purchased new, was donated and appreciated. Click here to see a video, photos and to read more.