Tag: donors

Slideshow: Celebrating the season

Hundreds of faculty, staff and friends of the University shared in the holiday spirit at receptions hosted by UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller and his wife, Georgia, last week at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. University photographer Eric Miller and student photographer Lauren Hlvaka captured the festive events. (Click thumbnails to enter slideshow […]

Healthy appreciation: Sandmires donate $1m to pre-med scholarships

UW-Green Bay recognized its most faithful donors Dec. 9 with an on-campus reception honoring Dr. Herbert and Crystal Sandmire and their $1 million capstone gift endowing additional scholarships for students pursuing careers in medicine or related fields. The gathering in the Laboratory Sciences Building was hosted by Chancellor Gary L. Miller and his wife, Georgia.

Sandmires add to decades of philanthropy with $1 million gift for scholarships

In case you missed it in our Log Extra newsletter: UW-Green Bay’s longest-running donors have stepped up big-time with a record-tying $1 million gift for student scholarships. Dr. Herbert and Crystal Sandmire’s donation will support students who intend to pursue a career in medicine or related medical fields, and will enhance a legacy of generosity […]

Longest-running UW-Green Bay donors give record-tying $1 million for scholarships

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s longest-running donors are enhancing a decades-long legacy of generosity with a $1 million scholarship gift for students who intend to pursue a career in medicine or related medical fields. Dr. Herbert and Crystal Sandmire’s gift ties a record for the University’s largest-ever single scholarship donation. In 2008, the family of […]

Photographer ‘clicks for a cause’

Leanne Haddad has a soft spot for kids who’ve had a rough go of it. When a family career change didn’t give her the time to work regularly with at-risk children, she turned her attention to helping them in other ways. Haddad now runs her own photography studio, Clicks for a Cause, and donates 100 […]

Program will allow seniors from three high schools to apply for free at UW-Green Bay

A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay pilot program will allow seniors from three Green Bay Area Public School District high schools to apply to the University at no cost, and also will provide trained application assistance for students during October and November. Private donors will cover application costs for seniors from Phuture Phoenix partner schools Green […]

Biology 101: Generous educators help next generation

“My family and I deeply appreciate your kindness. It means so much to me that you believe in, and encourage, the studies of UW-Green Bay students like me.” Early this year, Linda Vang, a senior Biology major, got the chance to meet the couple whose generosity made possible her UW-Green Bay scholarship. The young woman […]

UW-Green Bay basketball to play part in Hinckley farewell

We posted an item Wednesday about the passing of UW-Green Bay and Phoenix Athletics friend Patricia Hinckley, a former recipient of the Chancellor’s Award who passed away Sunday at age 67. We also included a link to information about arrangements. Today, there’s word that the family has asked acquaintances who are current and former Phoenix […]

Hinckleys got warm welcome at May 2012 commencement

Dr. James and Patricia Hinckley received an extended ovation at UW-Green Bay’s May 2012 commencement when they were recognized with the institution’s highest community honor, the Chancellor’s Award. Jim is a member of the UW-Green Bay Athletics Hall of Fame, and the training and sports medicine area at the Kress is named the James Hinckley […]

Chancellor’s Award, citation for Janet, Charlie Lieb

Chancellor Thomas K. Harden honored four individuals by presenting them with UW-Green Bay’s highest community honor, the Chancellor’s Award, at May 2014 commencement before an audience of nearly 5,000 at the Kress Events Center.  Those honored were Mike Kline, Janet and Charlie Lieb, and Larry L. Weyers. In reading the citation for the Liebs, Harden […]