Youth and adults will enjoy the best this campus has to offer including high quality instruction from UW-Green Bay faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and a perfect location for a summer learning experience offered through the Division of Outreach and Adult Access. For more on all of the camps and to register online: www.uwgb.edu/camps/.
Middle School Summer Art Studio: June 18-22
High School Summer Art Studio: June 24-29
Jazz on the Bay: June 24-28 (Ends Thursday night!)
Introduction to Video Game Programming: June 24-27 (already filled)
Grandparents University: July 12-13
Middle School Band, Orchestra and Choir: July 15-20 (Ends on Friday night!)
Eco U: Water Resources: July 15-18
High School Band, Orchestra and Choir: July 22-27 (Ends on Friday night!)
Total Guitarist (including bass and drum set): July 29-August 2 (Ends on Thursday night!)
Life’s a Lab Reality Science: July 29-August 1
Arts Enrichment for Adults: July 30-August 2, evenings, for ages 16-103
Spanish in the Professions: August 6-10, all day adult program
Green Innovations 2012 – “Water Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”
The Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) is hosting a multi-day symposium April 18-20. This year’s theme is “Water — Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” and features a free showing of the award-winning documentary, Tapped.
See the full line-up of events and register at: www.uwgb.edu/embi/green-innovations-2012/.
Mark King, one of UW-Green Bay’s most prominent alumni shared observations and advice with top Business Administration and Accounting students and others at the annual Business Week Dinner Thursday, March 8.
King, a 1981 business graduate, is CEO and president of TaylorMade-adidas, the world’s largest golf equipment manufacturer.
King addressed an audience of students, alumni, faculty and local business leaders, on the stage of the Weidner Center. He talked about the company’s remarkable recovery from its late-1990s slump and growth from a $300 million per-year operation to a $1.6 billion global giant.
Read more and see a photo gallery from the event, click here.
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UW-Green Bay students are taking on Broadway with the spring production of Cabaret. The April 20 and 21 performances mark the first time a student production has performed on the Weidner Center stage in more than a decade. Set in the seedy Kit Kat Klub in 1930 Berlin, Cabaret is a musical that will highlight the best of UW-Green Bay Theater and Music. To purchase tickets and view show times, visit the theatre events page.
Win a chance to see ‘Cabaret’ – Free!
Celebrate the opening of Cabaret by entering the “Cabaret Sweepstakes” on Facebook starting Monday, March 19. Win tons of cool prizes such as free MP3 downloads, an entire MP3 album, and two tickets to Cabaret on Friday, April 20, along with a Cabaret backstage pass. The grand prize includes dinner for four along with four tickets to see the show on Saturday, April 21.
“Like” us today and watch for contest rules. www.facebook.com/uwgbalums.
Register today for the spring After Thoughts series.
||Tuesday, March 13, 2012
“Leading through Transformative Change: Lessons from the Media Trenches”
Laura Hollingsworth, ’89, UW-Green Bay alumna and publisher of The Des Moines Register
||Tuesday, April 10, 2012
“Cabaret: Berlin to Broadway”
Laura Riddle, UW-Green Bay professor of Arts and Visual Design and managing director of Theatre productions
Both events take place at the Weidner Center from 5-7 p.m.
To register or for more information visit facebook.com/afterthoughts.uwgb