Tag: Advancement

Retirees gathering for Verdi’s Requiem

The UW-Green Bay Retiree Association is organizing a group outing at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 15, to support UW-Green Bay Music as it presents one of its most ambitious concerts ever: a grand, community-campus performance of Verdi’s famous Requiem at the Weidner Center. Regarded among the great choral and orchestral masterworks of all time, the […]

Appreciative UW-Green Bay students honor Craig Mueller at scholarship reception


Craig A. Mueller Scholarship recipients came together to honor the late Craig Mueller ’71 (Humanism and Cultural Change) and his generosity in creating scholarships for Art, Music, Theater and Communication students, and the Phuture Phoenix program. Marcia Mueller, Craig’s sister, made the trip from Seattle to Green Bay, as she does annually, to help celebrate […]

Another Phoenix fan, ‘Mrs. Mooch’ Van Den Elzen passes

Helena K. Van Den Elzen, age 83 passed away surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. “Mrs. Mooch” was a decades-long fan of Green Bay women’s basketball dating back to when here daughter, Mariann Van Den Elzen played in the 1990s. She and her husband were annual donors to the Phoenix Fund […]

UW-Green Bay Foundation announces more than $700,000 in scholarship funds available for students in 2018-19

Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Foundation has informed Chancellor Gary L. Miller that it is releasing $720,700 in named endowed and annual scholarship funds which will be available to award students for the 2018-2019 academic year. This sum is four percent higher than a year ago. This total includes five new endowed scholarships. The UW-Green Bay Foundation currently administers 325 endowed […]

Campus informed of the passing of philanthropic supporter Imogene Johnson

Imogene Johnson, widow of Samuel Johnson, passed on March 3, 2018. She and her late husband were community-minded and philanthropic and are the donors for the Herbert Fisk Johnson Endowed Scholarship for Excellence and the Herbert Fisk Johnson Professorship in Environmental Studies (currently held by Prof. Amy Wolf) in honor of Samuel’s late father. See […]

Provost Davis announces Chancellor Gary L. Miller and Georgia Nix Miller Endowed Scholarship in Biology

Chancellor Gary L. Miller and Georgia Miller are donors for a new endowed scholarship aimed to provide financial assistance to UW-Green Bay Biology students. UW-Green Bay Biology has grown significantly in recent years — from 117 students enrolled in Fall of 2013 to 176 enrolled in fall of 2017. Both Chancellor and Georgia Miller have […]