Since June 1, Publishing Concepts Inc. (PCI) has been contacting alumni to update their profiles. 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. (More information, click here.)
If not, PCI will try to reach you the final two weeks of September and the first two weeks of December. Check out “frequently asked questions” here.
The annual Alumni Phone-a-thon kicks-off in a few weeks.
Current students will be calling to update your information and help you reconnect with UW-Green Bay. And yes, they will be asking for a donation to help support the Scholarship Fund at UW-Green Bay.
Will you answer the call?
An engaging new season of After Thoughts series of programs for women kicks off Sept. 20 with Prof. Kim Nielsen’s presentation, “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.” Susan Frost, lecturer at UWGB and president of Frost Marketing Communications Inc., follows on Nov. 1. Read more.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011
UW-Green Bay professor of History and Women’s and Gender Studies, will present “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.”
Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011
UW-Green Bay associate lecturer in Humanistic Studies and president of Frost Marketing Communications, Inc. will present “The Lust to Shop: From Romanticism to Modernism in a Shoebox.”
||Laura Hollingsworth, ’89
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
UW-Green Bay alumna and president and publisher of The Des Moines Register will present the first talk of the spring semester.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
UW-Green Bay professor of Theatre and managing director of Theatre Productions, will present the final session of the 2011-12 After Thoughts series.
• Paris in April?
• A Mediterranean Cruise in October?
Check out the first-class tours to Europe and the Mediterranean for 2012 with Go Next Travel.
Where do our new freshman come from? What kind of academic profile do they have when they enter UW-Green Bay? Read about our first-year students:
By the numbers: Most UW-Green Bay freshmen hail from Wisconsin, New North
Every year the UW-Green Bay Founders Association (you’re a member if you donate to UWGB) recognizes a handful of faculty and staff for their exceptional work and community collaboration. Who were this year’s winners? Meachum, Deetz, Niedzwiedz, Pletcher, Ganyard, Brunner and the Business Week group. See story and group photo.
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.