Imagine relaxing in a comfortable chair after a long day. Sipping a delicious beverage and taking in the calm atmosphere around you as you nuzzle a warm, furry feline purring on your lap. The Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary and Cat Cafe, owned by UW-Green Bay alumna Elizabeth Feldhausen ’15, gives the Green Bay community the opportunity to experience it all.
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With food, drink, cool shirts and plenty to cheer about, UW-Green Bay season ticket holders, students, alumni, prospective students and friends, gathered for Krash the Kress on Friday, February 16. The official sellout was a warm welcome for the Green Bay men’s basketball team playing its first-ever Horizon League game at the Kress Center. In the photos… members of Greek life on campus, the Green Bandana Brigade, the always spirited Pep Band, a view from above, and more..
Unable to attend Krash the Kress? You can still purchase an epic t-shirt by e-mailing Director of Alumni Relations Kari Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org. T-shirts come in white and lime green, have metallic screen printing in the word “Phoenix” and feature the words of the “Fight Song” on the sleeve.
Cost is $10 and an additional $5 if you need it shipped. T-shirts can be picked up in room 805 in the Cofrin Library between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payment can be made via cash, check made out to the UWGB Alumni Association or via credit card. Please indicate size and color preference in your email. Size small and XXL in lime green are sold out. All other color options and sizes are available. Get yours today!
The Phoenix PRIDE Shirt is a unique collectible, with a new design each year selected by popular vote. This year four alumni submitted designs and more than 300 alumni voted, selecting 1994 alumna Sue Heim’s design as the favorite. This awesome 5th Edition Phoenix PRIDE Shirt is available in long and short sleeve at The Phoenix Bookstore and online at Phoenix PRIDE Shirt.
The short sleeve option is $14.99 and long sleeve is $19.99. 100% of the proceeds from Phoenix PRIDE Shirt sales support UW-Green Bay Alumni Association scholarships.
Your Alumni Association strives to provide scholarships to well deserving students at UW-Green Bay. With your contributions, the Association was able to provide scholarships for 15 deserving students this year. As students sent in thank you notes sharing their thanks and gratitude, we wanted to share them with you and thank you for helping us provide with these wonderful scholarships for UW-Green Bay students.
Click here to view some of the thank you notes and see the great impact your contributions are making!
Riley Garbe first came to UW-Green Bay as a fifth-grader on a Phuture Phoenix field trip, where a visit to the campus turned into a dream of one day graduating from college. Despite surviving a difficult childhood that included witnessing abuse and violence and moving from home-to-home, Garbe entered the University on a Phuture Phoenix scholarship. He was recognized by the Alumni Association as the University’s Most Outstanding Student at the Fall 2017 Commencement. He was also nominated and selected from all graduates as the student commencement speaker.
Riley’s Commencement speech is definitely one worth listening to! Here are his remarks to his fellow graduates, which were interrupted by applause and drew an emotional standing ovation from fellow classmates, friends and family in attendance.
Look for birds and you may find Tom Erdman ’86 (Population Dynamics) and many of his proteges. The recently retired Richter Museum curator was working with a team to safely trap and secure snowy owls to be examined, fitted with a transmitter and released. The work is part of Project SNOWstorm. Research started in late 2013 to study the habits and assist with conservation of the big, beautiful white birds. UW-Green Bay alumnus Tom Prestby ’16 (Environmental Science and Policy) (pictured) is among the snowy trackers. Dave Brinker ’77 (Science and Environmental Change) is the lead scientist. Paul Smith from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel describes the people, the process and the importance.