Congratulations to Heather Clarke (Business Administration/Human Resources), Ryan Holzem (Natural and Applied Sciences), Kevin Kain (Humanities), Kim Reilly (Democracy and Justice Studies), and Jennifer Ronsman (English Composition) — named the 2017-18 UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars. They were selected through a competitive process based on their strong record of teaching accomplishments and high quality applications outlining […]
Assistant Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Business Administration, Supply Chain Management) has accepted the invitation to be the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility (IJSECSR), which is a publication of IGI Global. See more.
UW-Green Bay student Luke Chambers, who has advanced on the national television hit series, American Ninja Warriors, worked with youth at an East Tennessee camp this summer. WBIR has the story.
UW-Green Bay student Luke Chambers (Business Administration) has advanced to the Denver finals of America’s Ninja Warriors. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has the story.
You’ve seen him featured in UW-Green Bay’s publication, now Omar Youssef Al Amerecany’s, a recent UW-Green Bay graduate is getting the attention of local media. The winner of UW-Green Bay’s Big Idea Competition in spring was featured by the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
He made it! Revealed in the July 17 episode of NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, Luke Chambers made it past the Denver qualifier and into the Denver finals to be aired nationwide in late August. Chambers, a UW-Green Bay fifth-year senior (Business Administration) with a double major in marketing and management, didn’t complete the difficult course, […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Bill Conley (Mathematics, Business Administration) continues to publish articles and books on mathematics at an astounding level. Hired at UW-Green Bay in 1977, the Conley count is now at 226 published articles and books, with several new manuscripts currently under review. About 200 of the publications are articles published in journals […]
Commercial fisherman Todd Stuth ’00 Business Administration, says he creates his own supply and demand curve and hedges it based on market price. If there’s an abundance of a certain kind of fish, he will pull back. Read the feature on Stuth in the small business spotlight of Insight Magazine.
Prof. Meir Russ (Cofrin School of Business) recently presented two seminars at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Katowice, Poland, titled “Homo Sustainabiliticus” and “Knowledge Management – How to use the potential not losing strength and time?” He also discussed future research collaboration with school faculty.
Prof. Meir Russ (Cofrin School of Business) recently presented a faculty seminar at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics in Warsaw, Poland, titled “The probable foundations of sustainabilism: Information, energy and entropy based definition of capital, Homo Sustainabiliticus and the need for a ‘new gold.’” He also discussed current and future research collaboration with school […]