Associate Dean – Austin E Cofrin School of Business

The Austin E. Cofrin School of Business (AECSB) at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks applicants for the position of Associate Dean. The Associate Dean will hold the endowed Austin E. Cofrin Chair of Business and report to the Dean of the AECSB. The Associate Dean is responsible for coordinating activities related to accreditation, curriculum, and enrollment management, coordination among the four campus locations, and initiatives related to excellence of the AECSB and its programs and services. The Associate Dean will also serve as the Director of the Executive Impact MBA program.

The AECSB was established in 2010 and was elevated to a College in the summer of 2016. The AECSB supports three young departments in Accounting and Finance, Business Administration, and Marketing and Management. The College supports roughly 1,200 students, primarily at the undergraduate level, and has sustained continued annual growth over the last four years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and is preparing for future expansion. The College offers graduate degrees in Management, Data Science, and through its pending Executive Impact MBA program. The School supports undergraduate programs in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Analysis, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay supports campuses in Green Bay (main), Manitowoc, Marinette, and Sheboygan, with degrees options available at all locations. Collectively this institutional cluster is situated in the third largest economic engine and the third largest population base within the state of Wisconsin, with positive future demographics and strong community partnerships. The potential for external collaboration is strong and supported through the AECSB’s Small Business Development Center, its partnership with TitleTown Tech, and numerous long-standing relationships. The School is dedicated to meeting its responsibility as an access-oriented, regional comprehensive university, serving the regional population. These values are supported by the AECSB Academic Plan, which includes an expectation to earn Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) accreditation, an actionable and regionally tailored Diversity and Inclusivity plan, programmatic alignment with the region, and a focus on creating community and high-impact experiences for our students. The faculty and staff are committed to student success, and faculty actively engage in impactful scholarship.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Thursday, October 31, 2019.

HVAC Specialist

This position reports to the Building and Grounds Superintendent and is responsible for the performance of HVAC preventative maintenance and repair work. This includes inspecting, maintaining, repairing, performing preventative maintenance and assisting with minor installations of HVAC projects. This position will also maintain the campus energy power generators, above ground fuel storage tanks and vacuum pumps.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, September 29, 2019.

Employee Spotlight: Emily Fritsch

EmilyName: Emily Fritsch

Hometown: Kiel, Wisconsin

Major/Minor: Business Administration with a Human Resource Emphasis

How long have you been a Student at UWGB? I am a senior and I am a fourth year student at UWGB.

Personal interests: Reading, biking, and spending time with family and my fiancé.

Random facts/interests: I purchased my first vehicle at age 17 and paid it off a month before I turned 19. I can hold my breath under water for 50 meters while I swim. My favorite color is orange but I secretly really like coral/pink. My roommates are all either family of my best friends and one I have lived with for all four years of college. I would do anything for my family or friends.

Are you messy or organized? I am a very organized person which is either a blessing or a curse.

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Katherine Heigl or Reese Witherspoon

If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be?  My grandpa Fritsch

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Hamburgers

If you were an animal what would you be? Polar Bear

If your house was burning down, what’s the one non-living thing you would save? A small chest my fiancé built with all of my safe keepings.

Least favorite Food? Brussel Sprouts

Motto or personal mantra? Fake it until you make it.

Tell us a little about yourself.  I am a very social and outgoing person that may or may not have a sweet tooth problem. I always try to be there for everyone even if I don’t know them. I believe that one act of kindness can brighten the day.

Tell us a little bit about your family. My grandma is my favorite human in the world. My family is huge. I have 36 and counting cousins just on my father’s side and my father is the tenth child of thirteen. I have one biological sister and two step-sisters. Including my adorable niece and nephews. My mother is one of five so her side is smaller but rowdy. I love and get to see my family often. Both of my parent s worked hard to raise honest hardworking children.

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us?  I have albinism which is a condition in which I have little to no pigment in my hair, skin, and eyes.

Tell us three things most people don’t know about you. I have worked since the age of fourteen, my favorite place is Sturgeon Bay, and I am an organ donor.

What advice would you give to incoming freshman? Enjoy all the little things of college because it goes by fast.

What celebrity do people think you look like?  I hope Drew Barrymore but possibly

What did you want to be when growing up? I wanted to make an impact in the world, but my child answer use to be a mommy or a ballet/hip-hop dancer J (even though I can’t dance and never could)

What do you like to do in your spare time? Read

What do you like to do on your days off? I work on things at home and listen to audio books.

What else do you do for fun? I love swimming and staying active.

What is an ability you wish you had? To teleport from one place to another.

What is the first concert you attended? Miranda Lambert

What is your biggest pet peeve?  Clutter

What is your favorite meal?  Grilling out

What is your favorite movie and book? My favorite movie would be the proposal  but I read and love so many books I can’t choose, although genre I love romance novels.

What is your favorite sport? Swimming

Hidden talent? Functioning on less than five hours of sleep.

What one food do you wish had zero calories? Ice Cream

What was your favorite book, toy, or outfit as a child? Favorite outfit was anything with overalls.

What would you like to be famous for? Being kind to others

What’s on your bucket list?  To own my own home.

What’s the one thing, you can’t live without? Books

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?  Sushi

What’s your favorite thing to do in Green Bay? Go to Dunkin Donuts

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?  Working at my dream career and having my own big family.

Where is your favorite place to eat? Red Robin

Where would you like to go on a dream vacation? Ireland

Reminder: Performance Evaluations- Non-Instructional Academic Staff & Limited Employees

Completed evaluations were to be submitted to the area leader’s office by Friday, August 30, 2019.

Annual performance evaluations are a key component to employee performance and development.  The objectives of annual performance evaluations are to provide all employees and their supervisors an opportunity to:

  • Discuss job performance
  • Set goals for professional development
  • Establish objectives for contributing to the department’s mission
  • Discuss expectations and accomplishments
  • Discuss career progression eligibility

Non-instructional academic staff and limited employees and their supervisors should begin the performance evaluation process for the prior fiscal year (July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) as soon as possible. Please follow the procedure outlined on the Performance Evaluation Narrative Form. Please note – An annual performance evaluation is not required for individuals hired after July 1, 2018 if a six-month evaluation has already been completed.

Part of the performance review process should be a discussion regarding changes in position responsibilities, appropriateness of the assigned title, and the eligibility towards career progression if employees are in a progression series title.

Per the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy, compensation adjustments must be based upon merit and employee performance.  Therefore, any future pay adjustments will be contingent upon satisfactory performance.

If you are interested in receiving training related to performance evaluations, career progression and title change, and/or academic staff contracts, or have any questions regarding these processes, please contact or (920) 465-2390.

Embrace Power Naps to Reduce Stress

Naptime is back! In fact, taking a power nap can be just what you need to recharge and reduce your stress! Here are three good tips to try out today.


  1. Limit the length. Keep naps under 30 minutes for better short-term alertness and performance. One study found that 10-minute naps are the most effective for immediate improvements. Longer rests can cause undesired post-nap grogginess.
  2. Select the right setting. Find a restful place to close your eyes. Make sure the temperature isn’t too hot or cold. Try to block out noise and light, if you can.
  3. Time it right. Avoid taking a nap too early or late in the day. Napping late may affect your sleep patterns and make it difficult to doze off at bedtime.

Article from the StayWell Company, LLC

Chicken Salad Blues

(Gluten-free, gout-friendly)


  • 1 9.75-ounce can premium chunk chicken breast packed in waterchickenblue
  • 1 large stalk celery, finely chopped
  • 1/4 cup reduced-fat mayonnaise
  • 4 leaves romaine or red leaf lettuce, washed and trimmed
  • 2 ounces blue cheese, crumbled
  • 1 ripe tomato, quartered (or 8 cherry tomatoes)
  • 1 small cucumber, washed and thinly sliced


Drain chicken. Add chopped celery and mayonnaise. Mix lightly to keep the chicken chunky. Arrange lettuce in a shallow serving bowl. Put chicken salad in the middle and crumble blue cheese over it. Arrange tomatoes and cucumber slices around the plate. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Serves 4

Each serving contains about 175 calories, 15 g protein, 10 g fat (51% calories from fat), 46 mg cholesterol, 3.5 g carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, and 675 mg sodium.

This recipe is gout-friendly because it contains foods moderate in purines. Meat, fish, and poultry should be limited to 1 to 2 servings per day.


Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC.

Senior Director of Sales and Audience Development

This position reports to the Executive and Artistic Director at the Weidner Center and is responsible for planning and implementing sales and marketing programs targeted toward existing and new patrons. The Senior Director will serve to align the Weidner Center’s sales goals with its branding and marketing programs, as well as align the patron experience from online interactions through venue attendance.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, September 29, 2019.

Welcome Anne Barkow!

On August 19, 2019, the Humanities department welcomed Anne Barkow as a Lecturer in Spanish.

Welcome Anne!

Welcome Sherry Verdon!

On August 19, 2019, the Resch School of Engineering welcomed Sherry Verdon as a Lecturer in Computer Science.

Welcome Sherry!