Despite weather-related travel difficulties, more than 400 UW-Green Bay alumni, students, faculty and staff, including about 100 prospective students and their families attended Lambeau Lectures Monday. The University’s primary goal of the Lambeau Lectures series is to showcase the University’s outstanding, award-winning faculty in the community, while introducing prospective students and their families as to what they can expect in the classroom at UW-Green Bay. The event is open to the public in order to highlight the partnership that exists between the University and the Green Bay Packers, and to demonstrate the importance of both organizations to the cultural, economic and educational health of the greater Green Bay community. Presenting from each of the four colleges were Rebecca Meacham (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences), Ryan Currier (Science and Technology), Gaurav Bansal (Cofrin School of Business) and Scott Ashmann (Health, Education and Social Welfare).
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– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication