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.
1974 UW-Green Bay graduates and longtime friends Jim Wochinske and Rick Chernick are challenging UW-Green Bay alumni!
Who are they, and what’s the challenge? Watch your inbox for details.
UW-Green Bay has hired Stamats, a higher education research and consulting firm, to complete a messaging and positioning project for the University. As part of this process, YOUR feedback regarding your experiences with UW-Green Bay are key. When contacted, please help us determine key messages that best tell the University’s story. Watch your inbox and a message from email@example.com for details.
Katie Green (Delie) ’99 continues her dedication to the success and growth of the Weidner Center For the Performing Arts in her new role as director of programming.
Most recently she served as Executive Director and then President of the non-profit organization Weidner Center Presents, Inc.
Here’s a couple of Green’s picks for must-see shows:
Oct. 29 – Michael Feldman’s “Whad’Ya Know”
Nov. 15 – John Mellencamp’s “No Better Than This Tour”
Nov. 19 – Buddy Valastro: The Cake Boss “Bakin’ With The Boss Tour”
More information about these and other upcoming events at the Weidner Center can be found online at www.WeidnerCenter.com.