UW-Green Bay alumnus Timothy Howe ’01 (Business Administration) is running for City Council in Warwick, representing Ward 3. Read about his platform in the Warwick Beacon article.
UW-Green Bay Urban Studies major Paul Karpenko took first place in the Fall 2018 UW-Green Bay Student Business Idea Contest, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Green Bay Campus students from several majors pitched their innovative idea in front of judges within a 90-second time frame for cash, scholarships to a summer entrepreneurial extreme accelerator travel course, […]
UW-Green Bay alumna Rachel Schulz ’16 (Business Administration) has been selected for Manitowoc County’s Future 15, which highlights young professionals who are growing and excelling in their respective fields, and will continue to positively influence the growth, prosperity and quality of life in Manitowoc County well into the future.
In light of this year’s centennial anniversary of The New State: Group Organization, the Solution of Popular Government, Mary Follett’s ideas are explored in a forthcoming centennial celebration book titled The Future of Progressivism: Applying Follettian Thinking to Contemporary Issues. Asst. Prof. Vallari Chandna (Cofrin School of Business) is a contributing author to this special edited volume […]
UW-Green Bay alumna Jennifer Nowicki ’18 (Business Administration) has been named the winner of the Two Rivers Main Street Pop Up Shop contest. She recently posted about it on her blog. Her pop-up tea shop will be located at 1623 Washington St, Two Rivers, from Nov. 5 to Dec. 31, 2018. Nowicki has been featured […]
On Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, UW-Green Bay students had the opportunity to have lunch at Lambeau Field and network with Kohler executive leaders from across the globe. Twenty-six students participated in the mentoring event, and were given the chance to interact with the executives to learn about career pathways, qualities and skills for success and […]
The Austin E. Cofrin School of Business hosted a Business Open House event on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. Prospective students interested in Business Administration and Accounting related programs visited campus to interact with interns, alumni, faculty and staff to learn what the School of Business has to offer.
Entrepreneurs have just days left to enter the Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Contest, and UW-Green Bay lecturer Ryan Kauth (Entrepreneurship), recommends going for it. The Press-Gazette has the story.
You’ve heard this story before, but now it is getting some media coverage. UW-Green Bay student Maria Arunkumar submitted the winning pitch for the first Light Up the Lakeshore Business Idea Competition. The Two Rivers BizStarts participant’s business idea was an app for simplifying and streamlining wedding planning and preparation. The Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter has the […]
UW-Green Bay’s Austin E. Cofrin School of Business is a lead sponsor for the Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Contest. If you have an idea for a great new business or are growing an existing business in Northeast Wisconsin, this contest is for you. Registration closes Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018. Read more.