Tag: Business Administration

New transfer agreement provides smooth transition from FVTC to UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business


Fox Valley Technical College business students will be able to enter as juniors under new agreement Students at Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) with a Business Management Associate Degree will soon be able to make a smooth transition to UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business (CSOB) for their bachelor’s degree. Program leaders have been working […]

UW-Green Bay freshman Dylon Pokorny and family featured for bee business and civic responsibility

Wausau native and UW-Green Bay freshman business student Dylon Pokorny is in the bee-keeping business. The Wisconsin State Farmer recently featured his family for the work they do in teaching those in need how to raise their own bees and work the hives that they can either consume themselves, or make products to sell and […]

Original Shoe Tree becomes a ‘Giving Tree’ thanks to Winslow

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UW-Green Bay has its own “The Giving Tree” story thanks to the efforts of Student Life Program Coodinator Grant Winslow. In 2002 when the original Shoe Tree went down in a storm, Winslow had the forethought to preserve some slabs off the trunk, which he stored in Student Life storage, for, oh, 15 years. He […]

Faculty note: Bansal presentation, “Data Breaches and Trust Rebuilding”

Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal (Business Administration) presented his research on “Data Breaches and Trust Rebuilding” on Sept. 20 to students and faculty. The engaging presentation was followed by a Q & A from the audience. The next research presentation will be delivered by Associate Prof. Sampathkumar Ranganathan (Business Administration) on Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Wood […]

UW-Green Bay student no longer a ninja

Luke Chambers, a UW-Green Bay fifth-year senior (Business Administration) with a double major in marketing and management, competed in round one of the “American Ninja Warrior” national finals in Las Vegas on Monday, September 3, 2017. Chambers had a great run, but unfortunately was eliminated by the Double Dipper, an obstacle that proved troublesome for many.

CATL Names 2017-2018 UWGB Teaching Scholars

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 […]