Tag: Business Administration

UW-Green Bay’s Prof. Gaurav Bansal at APWA

Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal (Management Information Systems, Business Administration) of UW-Green Bay was invited to speak at the American Public Works Association’s Spring Conference at the KI Center on May 2 to 4, 2018. Bansal’s discussion topic was “Does Being Ethical Make Good Visual Sense?” Bansal addressed the gathering and talked about how accurate and […]

Xiong and Gardea are roommates, friends and difference-makers

Stefan Gardea and Bao Niah Xiong at spring 2018 commencement

Student Speaker Bao Nhia Xiong and Stephany Gardea are roommates and friends, with much in common. Both are first generation college students and the first in their families to graduate with a four-year college degree. And both will leave a lasting legacy at UW-Green Bay. Xiong was selected as student speaker and reminded fellow graduates […]

Faculty note: Prof. Bansal has research published with student Emma Nies

Prof. Gaurav Bansal announce that research with his undergraduate Emma Nies (Business Administration, Statistics) has been accepted for presentation and publication at Midwest Association for Information Systems Conference (MWAIS) to be held in St Louis, this May. The conference is hosted by College of Business Administration at the University of Missouri – St. Louis (UMSL). […]

Future UW-Marinette and UW-Green Bay student receives prestigious scholarship

Marinette High School senior and future UW-Green Bay student, Sam Boehm, was recognized with the Student Initiative Scholarship. Boehm will be attending UW-Marinette for the first two years, then is completing her degree in supply chain logistics at UW-Green Bay. ehextra.com has the story.

UW-Green Bay alumna Beckman named Young Professional of the Year

2018-uwgb-future-15-nominees

Congratulations to UW-Green Bay alumna Sarah Beckman ’08 (Social Work), named Young Professional of the Year by Current Young Professionals. Brandon Rohde of LiveTime, LLC was presented the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Accepting the award for The Next Generation Best Place to Work award was UW-Green Bay alumnus Todd Jadin ’84 (Business Administration) […]

UW-Green Bay students put significant time and effort into entrepreneurial skills

Five UW-Green Bay students traveled to Milwaukee 10+ times this semester for an independent study to build their entrepreneurial skills. The program was hosted by The Commons. Pictured are (from left to right) freshmen Maria Arunkumar (Business Administration) and Kirby Katers (Business Administration), senior Jordan Shefchik (Psychology), junior Evan Grzyb (Computer Science) and senior Jake […]

Campus mourns passing of former faculty member, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, David Jowett

Former UW-Green Bay faculty member and acting Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (1987) David Jowett, passed away on April 15, 2018 at his home. He joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 1970, teaching in the College of Environmental Science. Jowett was a faculty member in both Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) and Business Administration. He […]

Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition winners bring stability to seniors

Innovation in Aging Student Group

With aging population rising, there is an increasing need for innovation to improve the lives of seniors. In an effort to address this need, nine teams came together to explore solutions. The UW-Green Bay teams then presented their ideas in the second annual Innovation and Aging Student Idea Competition, Feb. 23, 2018. The winner, Team […]

De Pere tea shop thrives under UWGB student Jennifer Nowicki’s continuous cultivation

USA Today Network-Wisconsin had a nice column this week about UW-Green Bay graduate finding business success. “The owner of Cultivate Taste in De Pere, Jennifer Nowicki’s ’02 (Business Administration) business includes fine tea events for almost any occasion, tea classes and an online gift shop. Having recently been awarded honorable mention in a business competition […]

Alumnus Tom Sieber will challenge John Macco for 88th Assembly seat

UW-Green Bay alumnus, Brown County Supervisor Tom Sieber ’98 (Environmental Science), says he has filed papers to seek the Democratic nomination for the 88th District Assembly seat held by Republican John Macco, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported. “Sieber, 41, was elected to the county board in 2012 in a district that encompasses the far northeast corner […]