Come experience what Lifelong Learning Institute has to offer

Join us for an overview of Lifelong Learning, sample classes, registration information, and questions and answers!

When: July 25, 2018

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Where: Neville Public Museum

The Lifelong Learning Institute sponsored by UW-Green Bay, Division on Continuing Learning and Community Engagement is a nonprofit, peer-led volunteer program for adults who are interested in expanding their horizons, and keeping mentally, physically and socially active. It offers a wide variety of course including history, travel, music, painting, computers, science, health, cooking, crafts, current events and more. Courses are held at multiple venues throughout the community. There are no tests, no papers, no credits, just learning, socialization and fun. Click here for more info.

For additional information or to RSVP (suggested but not necessary), contact LLI at 920-465-2356 or lli@uwgb.edu. There is no charge for this event.

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival features many UW-Green Bay campus community members

Untitledtown-FinalAn inaugural festival uniting readers with authors, writers, publishers, podcasters and philosophers will feature many members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus community.

The “UntitledTown Book and Author Festival,” April 28-30, downtown Green Bay, will bring together people of all ages and abilities to share their stories and celebrate the community’s love of reading. The Festival will feature a diverse lineup of more than seventy readings, discussions, panels, workshops and other events of interest to writers and readers, including a book expo.

Campus community members presenting during the Festival include founding member of the Board of Directors and Festival Chair Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English, Humanistic Studies and Women’s Studies), Assistant Director of Archives and Area Research Center Deb Anderson, English Composition and Writing Center Instructor Nichole Rued and Continuing Education and Community Engagement Lecturer Tara DaPra. Students involved in the coordination of the Festival include Eric Jorgenson, Kelsey Langlitz and Corey Reed. The student-run Sheepshead Review Journal of the Arts will launch its spring issue at the book fair during the Festival.

The Alumni Association is a sponsor and several alumni are participating in the Festival. Lisa Fay Coutley, Casey Thayer and Grant Cousineau are presenting. Founding board members and festival planners include Wendy Wimmer Schuchart and Brian Simons. Morgan Moran (Bloohm) is marketing the event with the Karma Group. Ami Irmen, Nick Reilly and Amy Casey (Harter) are among the bloggers for the UntitledTown Blog.

Confirmed Festival venues include the Brown County Library, Titletown Brewery’s Larsen Room, The Meyer Theatre Backstage, Kavarna Coffeehouse, the KI Center, St. Brendan’s Inn and Old Fort Square, with more to come. A complimentary UntitledTown trolley will be available for attendees to access each venue easily. Nearly every event is free and open to the public.

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival will host a public Press Conference at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 29 on the main level of the Brown County Central Library.

Q&As will be held at 5:30 p.m. March 30 at the Titletown Tap Room and 1 p.m. April 15 at the Reader’s Loft. The Reader’s Loft Q&A session will award free swag bags filled with books to the first 15 attendees. Each session is free and open to the public.

For more information, follow UntitledTown Book and Author Festival on:
Twitter @untitledtowngb
Instagram @untitledtown
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/untitledtown/
Or visit UntitledTown.org

Summer Camps 2013

UWGB Summer Camps 2013 will feature a few new camps, new course upgrades along with the traditional array of camp offerings. Youth and adults will enjoy the best this campus has to offer…high quality instruction from UWGB faculty, state of the art facilities, and a perfect location for a summer learning experience offered through the Division of Outreach and Adult Access.

To learn more about UWGB’s many summer camps, visit 2013 Summer Camps.

UW-Green Bay Alumni Association Annual Meeting

Join your Alumni Association Board for our Annual Meeting next Tuesday, November 20!  This is a great opportunity to say hi to fellow alumni, meet the Chancellor, find out what’s new at your alma mater, tour our beautiful campus and save big money at the Phoenix Bookstore!  We look forward to seeing you there!

5 pm: Networking and Social with Alumni and Chancellor Harden
5:45 pm: Address by Chancellor Tom Harden
6 pm: Alumni Association Board Meeting and Tours of Campus by our Student Ambassadors
7 pm: Continued Tours of Campus by our Student Ambassadors

Phoenix BookstoreThe Phoenix Bookstore will stay open just for our Alumni Event and is offering 25% off apparel and gift items!

 

RSVP for the event here: http://uwgbalumniannualmeeting-es2.eventbrite.com/?rank=2

 

Photos of the Backyard Bash 2012

Students checking out their alumni benefits.

On the first day of classes, September 4, 2012, the Mauthe Center, UWGB Alumni Association and the UW Credit Union all pitched in to welcome students, alumni, faculty and staff back to campus.  Students enjoyed burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and all the fixin’s. ‘Rocker’ provided fantastic live music.  What an awesome way to start the year! Go Phoenix!

Check out more photos on the UWGB alums facebook page.

Cabaret Sweepstakes Begins!

Celebrate Cabaret Sassy Sweepstakes - Enter to Win

Celebrate the opening of Cabaret by entering the Cabaret Sweepstakes on Facebook. Participants could win 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.

Note: Sweepstakes Requires Access to Profile Information
In order to legally comply with Facebook policy, a promotion must be conducted via a third party application. In the case of the Cabaret Sweepstakes, we chose to use woobox.com. In order to participate in the promotion, the Sweepstakes app will prompt participants for access to profile information including name, profile picture, gender, networks, user ID, list of friends, and any other information that you have made public on your profile.

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Meir Russ brings Israel to Green Bay

Dinner Lecture Series, Israel, with Prof. Meir Russ
Register today for the newly revived Dinner Lecture Series on Thursday, March 29, sponsored by UW-Green Bay Outreach and Adult Access.

Prof. Meir Russ will present “Israel: The High-Tech Wonder in the Desert” in the Phoenix Room of the University Union.

Enjoy an evening of international education and delicious Israeli cuisine. Cost is $24. Click for more information or to register: www.uwgb.edu/outreach/israel.