Associate Prof. Robert Nagy (Finance) was featured in WalletHub’s recent article about the most and least financially literate states. Wisconsin was the top-ranked state in WalletLiteracy Score. Ranking was based on three key dimensions: WalletHub’s “WalletLiteracy Survey” Score, Financial Planning & Habits and Financial Knowledge & Education.
University Leadership has announced that the Information Services division transitioned from Academic Affairs to Business and Finance on February 13, 2017. In planning for the retirement of UW-Green Bay Interim Chief Information Officer David Kieper later this year, Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance Sheryl Van Gruensven announces that Director of the Cofrin Library Paula […]
Assistant Prof. Eric Meng’s (business administration) article, “Is the grass on the other side greener? Testing the cross-border effect for U.S. acquirers,” was accepted at the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. Learn more.
Assistant Prof. Nilesh Sah (finance) recently had the following articles published: Inter-Firm Linkages and M&A Returns – Forthcoming Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (Accepted: April 2016). This study investigates the value of customer/supplier relationships in mergers and acquisitions. That is what Friends do: Employee Friendliness and Innovation – Forthcoming Journal of Economics and Business […]
The Controller’s office will be offering the following E-Reimbursement training sessions: Expense Report Preparation Lab Bring your receipts for one-on-one assistance in completing your expense report. Someone will be available to help you get your expense report entered in the E-Reimbursement system and submitted. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a time. Training will […]
Chancellor Gary Miller and Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance Sheryl Van Gruensven will hold an inaugural business meeting next week. It will include an overview of the 2017-2019 biannual budget process and discussions of ongoing work to advocate for the University, our current budget and more. There will be two sessions of the meeting, […]
Following a campus wide e-mail recently (pdf) is a Log reminder that the current paper travel expense reimbursement form (TER) will be replaced with an electronic expense reimbursement module effective Monday, April 25. The e-reimbursement expense module is a web-based system used to reimburse UWGB employees for expenses incurred while traveling or conducting University business. All submissions […]
Apparently yesterday’s link was broken. It is worth repeating… UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced today the permanent selection of two key members of his leadership team. Greg Davis has been named the University’s Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Sheryl L. Van Gruensven, has been named Vice Chancellor for Business and […]
GREEN BAY – UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced today the permanent selection of two key members of his leadership team. Greg Davis has been named the University’s Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Sheryl L. Van Gruensven, has been named Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance. Both had been serving interim […]
Stop in at the Office of Business and Finance yet this afternoon (Thursday) and you’ll find two things: 1) Kelly Franz, the retiring vice chancellor, is taking the afternoon off, presumably to rest up for a final, grueling day of work Friday; and 2) those display boards inviting your humorous and/or heartfelt comments relating to […]