Tag: Cofrin School of Business

SAS team leading ‘Big Data’ workshops at UWGB in May 2016

GREEN BAY – It will be a big data and analytics couple of days when the Statistical Analysis System (SAS) team from the SAS world headquarters in Cary, N.C., and several major Green Bay corporations, community organizations and federal agencies — including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), come together to discuss analytics, and offer SAS […]

Philosophers Café tackles Ethical Decision Making

The Philosophers Café convenes this week from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, second floor of Titletown Brewing Co., to consider Obstacles to Ethical Decision Making at Work (and Elsewhere). Business ethics, or the apparent lack thereof, makes for good press. Prof. Lucy Arendt (Business Administration) “will help participants consider insider trading, predatory pricing, manufacturing shortcuts, […]

National business leader Gochnauer to present at Business Week 2016 Keynote Event

Green Bay, WI — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Business Week 2016 will feature a national business leader with Midwest roots and a long history of working with successful organizations. Richard W. Gochnauer, retired (2011) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of United Stationers, Deerfield, Ill. will present the keynote address at UW-Green Bay’s Business Week Keynote […]

Arendt’s Last Lecture hits to the heart of American values

“Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness” were key values according to our Founders. So what would they think, then, of our 24/7 work schedules, the outsized value we place upon work and material consumption today, and the fear that drives many to acquiesce to organizational demands that run counter to their own values and […]

Arendt’s lecture hits at the heart of America’s values, long ago and today

“Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness” were key values according to our country’s founders. So what would they think, then, of our 24/7 work schedules, the outsized value we place upon work and material consumption today, and the fear that drives many to acquiesce to organizational demands that run counter to their own values […]

Reminder: Arendt gives Last Lecture Wednesday evening

Business faculty member and Associate Dean Lucy Arendt will present “Made to Serve: The Tragic Corruption of America’s Founding Values,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 17 in the Christie Theatre on the UWGB campus. The presentation — one in a number of  “50th Anniversary Last Lectures” — is free and open to the public. More on […]

Lucy Arendt gives ‘Last Lecture’ this week

Business faculty member and Associate Dean Lucy Arendt will present “Made to Serve: The Tragic Corruption of America’s Founding Values,” at 7 p.m. this Wednesday, February 17 in the Christie Theatre on the UWGB campus. The presentation — one in a number of  “50th Anniversary Last Lectures” — is free and open to the public. More […]

UW-Green Bay students provide free income tax assistance through April 1

GREEN BAY – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students are again providing free income tax assistance for low-income individuals and families, the elderly and students, through the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Return preparation begins the week of February 1 and will run through Wednesday, March 30. However, no service will be […]

Publicizing the ‘Community Partnership Award in Business’

Recognizing and encouraging campus-community collaboration is the aim of a newly created awards program open to students, faculty and staff at UW-Green Bay. Beginning this year, the Chancellor’s Community Partnership Award in Business will annually present a $5,000 scholarship to a selected undergraduate or graduate student and a $5,000 cash award to a faculty or […]