On September 8, Pamperin Hall was officially dedicated to the 1970 graduate, Keith Pamperin. Nearly 250 friends, family, students, faculty and residents of the building came out (or watched from their windows) for the event. To view an article about the day, view photos or watch a video, click here.
Keith Pamperin, a 1970 UW-Green Bay graduate will be honored Sept. 8 when a new residence hall on campus is dedicated in his name. Pamperin, a 1970 urban analysis major, helped secure housing for more than 2,100 students at UW-Green Bay. Serving 38 years with the Green Bay/Brown County Planning Departments, he retired as Housing Administrator for the Green Bay and Brown County Housing Authorities. Pamperin has been instrumental in facilitating Housing Mortgage Revenue Bonding for the nonprofit University Village Housing Inc. (UVHI) to finance and develop UW-Green Bay’s on-campus residence halls. The new three-story building will house 32 suites and 126 students which boosts the on-campus population to about 2,100.