Tag: Advancement

Campus mourns passing of longtime friend, donor, Phil Hendrickson

Philip “Phil” J. Hendrickson, age 97, of Green Bay, passed away peacefully at his home, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. A celebration of his life will take place on March 25, 2017. Phil and his wife, Betsy, who passed away in 2013, directed a significant share of their philanthropic and volunteer service toward Betsy’s (master’s degree) […]

UW-Green Bay selects Green Bay native Werner to lead Advancement Division and Foundation

Green Bay, WI — Tony P. Werner will join the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay as Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and President of the UW-Green Bay Foundation, Inc. Werner is the former President and CEO of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, Detroit. He returns to the region where he served as Director of Development […]

Lance Cavanaugh moving on

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced today that he has accepted the resignation of Lance Cavanaugh, Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and President of the UW-Green Bay Foundation. “We are deeply grateful to Lance for managing through an important transition of our fundraising and foundation operations. We wish him the very best in his […]

FAQ Reminders on requesting Chancellor Miller for events

How do I request Chancellor Miller to a UW-Green Bay sponsored/community sponsored event? If you would like the Chancellor to attend or speak at your upcoming event, a Chancellor Request Form  must be filled out prior to the event for scheduling purposes. Once approved by The Office of the Chancellor an Event Briefing Form must be filled out seven […]

Students grateful for Craig Mueller Scholarships

Marcia Mueller Scholarship Reception

Annual reception honors his memory and celebrates student success When Craig A. Mueller ’71 (Humanism in Cultural Change) passed in 2006, he left a gift to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay that was at the time, at just over $1 million, the largest ever to the University from an alumnus. Students in majors dear to […]

The sky is the limit for Sydne Johnson

Sydne Johnson and Prof. Amanda Nelson

The Kenosha, Wis. native dreams of anthropological research in Asia or curating a museum exhibit on East Asian history. Don’t doubt her. In four years she has immersed herself in travel (South Korea), school (double major in history and biology), clubs and organizations and work (as a phone-a-thon caller). As she nears the end of […]

Tomorrow is ‘Giving Tuesday’

Tomorrow is “Giving Tuesday,” the perfect day to join millions of others across the globe in making a difference through charitable giving. Last year, this international movement led to giving efforts totaling more than $116 million, with nearly 700,000 donors involved. This year, the results are expected to be even greater! You can take part locally […]

‘Revise the Room’ fundraiser nears goal

The “Revise the Room” fundraiser has nearly reached its goal of raising $6,000 to purchase new chairs for Theater Hall 378. This room is used by students in English 305: Novel Writing Workshop who are challenged with writing a 50,000 word novel draft by the end of the semester. To learn more, visit their Facebook […]