One didn’t have to be a business student to take advantage of a number of “Business Week” events the past few weeks including Dine Like a Professional Etiquette Lunch, the Spring Job and Internship Fair, business and elevator pitches contests, networking receptions, and more. Business Week 2019, is co-presented by the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business and Career Services and is in its ninth year. The success of Business Week depends on the outstanding community and business support which as enabled more than 1,000 UW-Green Bay students to network with business leaders and learn the finer points of interacting as business professionals. Business Week 2019 culminates with the keynote address and Networking Dinner at the Weidner Center on April 9, when business leaders and top students engage in an evening of conversation and learning. Stuart McKee, chief technology officer, state/local government for Microsoft, is the featured speaker.
“Lombardi” will be performed at the Weidner Center from Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 through Sunday, Mar. 10, 2019. Weidner Center Executive and Artistic Director, Kelli Strickland, shares her enthusiasm for “this arts and culture contribution to the Green Bay Packers 100th Anniversary.”
Snow sure looks good on UW-Green Bay. But beautiful photos, with bright sunshine, blue skies and warm enough temperatures for camera-equipment to work, are tough to come by. Thankfully Liesl Sigourney was intern on the spot. She grabbed her camera, and made her way across the Green Bay Campus, capturing gorgeous angles of one of the Midwest’s most beautiful universities. See more.
Here’s your chance to see some fantastic work by talented faculty from all four UW-Green Bay campuses. The exhibit runs through Feb. 28, 2019, with work by:
UW-Green Bay’s student organizations fair, OrgSmorg, was held Tuesday, Feb. 5 through Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, providing students with an opportunity to get involved on campus and connect with others. See the eclectic mix of orgs and the faces behind their organizations.
As it has for years, UW-Green Bay played a fundamental role in the Jan. 19, 2019 Brown County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The University is a major sponsor for the annual event. Several UW-Green Bay faculty and staff members serve on the MLK event planning committee, including Jolanda Sallmann and Francis Akakpo (Social Work), Gaurav Bansal and Mussie Teclezion (Business Administration) and Mai Lo Lee (Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs). Enjoy the photos.
Welcome back and welcome home. See how UW-Green Bay has begun the celebration for Homecoming 2019! Personnel across campus are showing their Phoenix spirit with an office window decorating contest. The last day to register for the many activities related to Homecoming 2019, including Krash the Kress, is Friday, Jan. 25. For information about 2019 Homecoming, visit www.uwgb.edu/homecoming.
UW-Green Bay celebrated Kwanzaa — an annual celebration of African and African-American culture and identity, based on the seven principles of African heritage — with the greater community on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. This year, the theme was unity. Enjoy the photos.
UW-Green Bay Music orchestraed George Frideric Handel’s masterpiece, “Messiah” on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the Weidner Center. UW-Green Bay’s Concert Choir, University Singers, Green Bay Choral Artists and Sturgeon Bay High School Choirs; soloists Associate Prof. Courtney Sherman (Music), soprano, Linda Feldmann, mezzo-soprano, Associate Lecturer Tomás Dominguez (Music), tenor, and Jonathan Kim, bass, joined together for an uplifting holiday event.