Shorewood Golf Course is now hosting “Mexican Mondays” with nachos, chicken tacos and beef burritos for $1.50 each, and special beverage offers, as well.
UW-Green Bay’s Small Business Development Center and various partners are collaborating to state quarterly “Innovation Series” morning programs. The next session, “Entrepreneurship through Acquisition,” takes place Friday morning, May 31, at the Advance Business and Manufacturing Center on Larsen Road. The cost is $10 and includes continental breakfast. Register by calling 496-9010.
The Arthritis Foundation is looking for volunteers for its walk at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 1 at DeBroux Park (2900 Brighton Place), Bellevue. There is a need for course marshals/motivators. Course marshals have an assigned spot and help direct walkers. Volunteers will receive a course map and a designated spot they need to be at [...]
Each year the Office of the Provost provides funds for faculty research to help cover research expenses such as travel costs for faculty who are invited to present research papers at conferences, to participate in concerts or exhibitions, or to purchase materials and supplies for research projects. Those funds are supplemented by additional support from [...]
The Research Council will again solicit Grants in Aid of Research, Grants for Integrating Research and Teaching, and Research Scholar proposals in Fall 2013. The Fall 2013 GIAR proposals will be due by 4 p.m. on Monday, October 21, 2013. The Research Scholar proposals will be due by 4 p.m. on Monday, November 4, 2013. [...]
Three finalists for the position of Diversity Director within the American Intercultural Center will visit UW-Green Bay this week for separate, day-long interviews. Each of the candidates will present and answer questions during an open-to-the-public session. Each of the public sessions begins at 11:15 a.m. in the AIC, located in Room 150 on the lower [...]
More than a dozen UW-Green Bay employees who are planning near-term retirement or who have already retired in the last 10 months or so are eligible to be honored at the annual Campus Cookout mid-day Tuesday (May 14) at the Kress Events Center. Some who will be attending are: • Gary Belongia, Facilities Maintenance Specialist, [...]
Max Scheuer, a 2010 Economics and Business Administration major, has been named the 2012 Young Professional of the Year by the Manitowoc County Chamber of Commerce. (He was also a panelist for during Business Week 2013 and recently featured in The Business News.) Our alumni records indicate Scheuer is employed as a business banking officer [...]
CIT is reminding graduating seniors that their UW-Green Bay UserID accounts will be deactivated in roughly one year. They’re telling May grads to beat the rush and start loading stuff they’d like to keep to jump drives, external drives, whatever. Details at http://uwgbcomputing.wordpress.com/.
We’ve had several items in recent days about Margaret Meder and her husband Randy Meder (associate professor of Music at UW-Green Bay) who shared their inspirational personal story of raising a child with special medical needs. Margaret’s book Uncommon Beauty: Crisis Parenting from Day One just won three categories — parenting, health and reference — [...]