Custodian Float

This position reports to the Custodian Services Supervisor and is responsible for the overall appearance and cleanliness of the designated work area.  Work performed in this position includes manual cleaning and maintenance of UWGB buildings.  General areas of responsibility include: cleaning offices, restrooms, and other building areas; maintaining all floor surfaces including mopping, buffing, vacuuming, shampooing, and refinishing; cleaning windows (inside and outside); cleaning furniture; assisting with furniture, piano and equipment moves as required; stocking restrooms and custodial work areas with necessary supplies and products; waste and recycling removal; snow removal and salting of building entrances.  This position will be required to drive a State vehicle and travel between work locations as needed.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, March 3, 2019.

Black Bean Chili

Black Bean Chili(Gluten-free)


  • 1 pound dry black beans
  • 2 cups onion (about 2 large), chopped
  • 1 cup red, yellow, or green bell pepper, chopped
  • 3 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 2 teaspoons chili powder
  • 2 teaspoons cumin
  • 2 teaspoons dried cilantro
  • 1 28-ounce can tomatoes



Soak beans according to package directions. Rinse. Add all ingredients except tomatoes to 3 quarts of water. Bring to boil, then reduce to low heat. Simmer for about 2 hours, until beans are soft and water is gone. Add tomatoes. Cooking until tomatoes are heated. Add salt and pepper to taste. Garnish with fat-free sour cream and chopped scallions.


Serves 6

Each serving contains about 333 calories, 20 g protein, 2 g fat (5% calories from fat), 0 mg cholesterol, 63 g carbohydrates, 15 g fiber, and 204 mg sodium. To make this recipe gluten-free, use only spices or condiments that are gluten-free. Read food labels carefully and contact the company if you have any questions.

Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC.


A Better Alarm Clock May Be The Ticket To Better Sleep!

If you have a tough time getting out of bed in the morning, a fun alarm clock that eases the transition into your day may help. Try these alarm clock tips to help get out of the bed more reliably!

Look for an alarm clock that’s functional, not just pretty. Make sure the buttons are easy to find when you’re groggy first thing in the morning.

Skip alarm clocks that emit bright blue light that can interfere with sleep. Opt for one that uses softer amber, orange or red to help you sleep more soundly.

Choose an alarm clock that wakes you with a sound that you enjoy, whether that’s the news, your favorite music or nature sounds. Consider one that gradually increases the volume to gently rouse you.

Look for fun features that make sure you won’t oversleep. Some alarm clocks have a light that turns on slowly at the time you should wake. Others vibrate the bed to help wake you.

Article from the StayWell Company, LLC

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Lecturer – Computer Science

The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invites applications for a Lecturer position in Computer Science.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Thursday, March 21, 2019.

Program Associate

This position reports to the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and serves as backup support to the Provost and other office staff. The Program Associate is responsible for preparing and disseminating correspondence; acting as administrative liaison between the Associate Provost and campus personnel, including UW-System Administration; and assembling information and preparing materials for special projects. Duties also include serving as administrative support, which includes budget maintenance for the Student Success and Engagement Program, the Gateway to Phoenix Success Program, and the Learning Center. The Program Associate will also supervise student workers, schedule appointments, make meeting and travel arrangements, and maintain program and event files.

The position also prepares and disseminates correspondence and acts as administrative liaison between the Secretary of the Faculty and Staff (SOFAS) and campus personnel. Additional responsibilities include maintaining the SOFAS websites, scheduling meetings/rooms for governance committees, and posting meeting agendas and minutes. The position will maintain electronic and hard copy faculty personnel files and committee records and will perform other duties and projects as assigned.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, March 4, 2019.

Lecturer – Engineering

The Resch School of Engineering at UW-Green Bay seeks applicants for a Lecturer position in engineering and engineering technology.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Friday, March 29, 2019.

Welcome Heather Masters!

On February 18, 2019, the Human Biology department welcomed Heather Masters as the Dietetic Internship Director.

Heather previously worked at Northwestern Medicine for 4 years. She went to Northern Illinois University where she got a Masters of Science, Dietetics. She did her undergraduate work at UW-Stevens Point getting a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics.

She enjoys trail running, traveling, camping, canoeing/kayaking, snowboarding, cooking, reading, spending time with family and friends. She is originally from Berlin, WI. She has a husband, Jordan, and a cat, Kanga. She is looking forward to moving back to her home state.

Welcome, Heather!

Welcome Elizabeth Stenson!

On February 18, 2019, the Operations department welcomed Elizabeth Stenson as a Custodian.

Welcome, Elizabeth!

Welcome Jena Fritz!

On February 18, 2019, the Manitowoc and Sheboygan Academic Advising departments welcomed Jean Fritz as an Academic Advisor.

Jena has previously worked for Sheboygan County Economic Support for 3 years, Bank First National for 2 years, and UW-Sheboygan for 4 years. She holds a Masters degree in Student Personnel Administration from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Arts – Spanish from UW-La Crosse.

In her free time, Jena enjoys gardening, baking, and sports when time permits. With two small children, she really enjoys soaking up every moment of their childhood. Her family has a cabin in Shawano and if she is not at home on the weekends, that’s where she will be! Jena plays in local recreational sports leagues and is currently fully engulfed in raising her two children. She hopes to find other ways to be involved and connect to the community in the coming months.

Jena has been married to her husband, Drew, for 5 years and they have two sons, Oliver who is 3 and Emmitt who is 6 months. She is originally from Cascade, WI.

She has been out of the realm of higher education for some time but is looking forward to “hitting the ground running” and getting back into it. She has a passion for helping people discover their potential and looks forward to what the future will bring!

Welcome, Jena!

2019-2020 Leadership Green Bay Sponsorship

lgb_logo_400Each year, the University sponsors one employee to participate in the Leadership Green Bay program.  This program was established in 1983 by the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and offers select individuals the unique opportunity to develop leadership skills while enhancing the well-being of the Green Bay area. Program goals include enhancing the participant’s knowledge of the Green Bay community; obtaining a greater awareness of issues that face the Green Bay area; enhancing leadership skills; and making an impact on the Green Bay Community.

The class professionals gather once a month October through May (following an overnight retreat in September) to learn about social issues, challenges, and opportunities facing the Green Bay area, get exposure to relevant leadership education and skills, and become community stewards. Each monthly gathering has a specific focus (from local government to education to the economy), and learners are immersed in a full-day interactive lesson that includes guest speakers, team-building exercises, and networking. The program culminates by participants organizing into teams, identifying social or public opportunities, and working on community projects that are designed to raise awareness of an issue, improve team skills, and effect change.

All UW-Green Bay employees are eligible to express interest in being considered.  Supervisors are also encouraged to nominate employees for participation in this program. If nominating an employee, please notify this person to determine if they are willing to participate before submitting.  After the deadline, one employee will be selected by the Position Review Committee, and will asked to complete the application materials representing UW-Green Bay.

In order to express interest in participation, or to nominate an employee, please complete the Interest Form. This form should be filled out and signed by the employee, their supervisor, and the Dean/Division Head (if applicable).  Completed forms must be received in the Human Resources office by Monday, March 11th for full consideration.

You are also welcome to visit for more information about this program.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or