Tag: faculty/staff

2017 UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Week

Seeking to repeat of last year’s successful employee appreciation week, the UW-Green Bay office of Human Resources is organizing what promises, per the e-mail sent to University faculty and staff, to be “a week filled with recognition and fun!” HR credits the Employee Appreciation Week Work Group for planning employee appreciation drawings, team-building activities, goodies and […]

Former staffer: Student vote controversy is missing context

Former Log editor and media relations director Christopher Sampson knows a little about UWGB history. He was moved to write in from recent retirement to share some insight about the dispute involving the City of Green Bay Clerk’s Office and ease of voting for UW-Green Bay students living on campus. The flurry of state and […]

Call for Proposals: Grants in Aid of Research

The Research Council invites members of the UW-Green Bay faculty to submit proposals for Grants in Aid of Research. The funds must be used in support of faculty research. The number of applications received and the amount of funding available for distribution will determine the number of awards that can be made. Anyone with faculty […]

UW-Green Bay extends fond farewell to Prof. Kumar Kangayappan

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On Saturday, Kumar Kangayappan will bear the mace for commencement — representing UWGB for the final time as its senior faculty member. After a teaching career that spanned nearly half a century, the economics (Urban and Regional Studies) professor is retiring. His family, friends, peers and colleagues hosted a retirement party in his honor on […]

Welcome: multicultural advisor Bao Sengkhammee

Bao Sengkhammee has been named as the new multicultural advisor in the American Intercultural Center. She is a 2001 graduate of UW-Green Bay with degrees in Human Development and Urban and Regional Studies. She received her master’s degree from UW-Milwaukee in 2005. Sengkhammee worked in the diversity office at NWTC and is currently a transition […]

Bornemann returns as nurse practitioner

Sue Bornemann (formerly Kittleson) has returned to the UWGB Counseling and Health Center as a nurse practitioner. She served as a campus RN from 2007-2013. Upon completing her Master’s Degree in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner from Concordia University, worked at Prevea Employer Services and Prevea Urgent Care. Sue also holds her bachelor’s degree in Nursing […]