Tag: Founders Awards

UW-Green Bay community mourns passing of David Dolan


Word has been received of the unexpected passing of award-winning faculty member Prof. David Dolan. He died Wednesday (June 18) at a Green Bay hospital. Arrangements are pending. A member of the Natural and Applied Sciences faculty, Dolan was the reigning recipient of the UW-Green Bay Founders Association Award for Excellence in Scholarship. He received […]

Founders Award nominations due Friday, March 22

The UW-Green Bay Awards & Recognition Committee is encouraging the campus community to nominate faculty members and staff for the 2013 Founders Association Awards. This prestigious honor annually recognizes members of the University community who demonstrate excellence in seven categories — academic support, classified staff, scholarship, teaching, community outreach, institutional development and collaborative achievement. All […]

Reminder: Founders Association Awards

The nomination form for the 2013 Founders Association Awards is available electronically at www.uwgb.edu/sofas/forms/award.asp. The Awards and Recognition Committee encourages anyone from the UW-Green Bay community (faculty, staff, students, and community members) to submit a nomination(s) prior to the March 22, 2013, deadline.  The website includes descriptions of award criteria and a list of previous […]

Wall of honor: David, Jen, Mark, Ellen, Tim, Pat and FNS center


They were honored officially in late August with Founders Awards, but it’s always great to get a second look at our esteemed honorees. Large posters of David Dolan, Jennifer Ham, Mark Damie, Ellen Rosewall, Timothy Sewall and Patrick Sorelle, as well as a group shot of those involved with the Education Center for First Nations […]

UW-Green Bay honors outstanding faculty, staff with 2012 Founders Awards

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recognized its top faculty and staff members with 2012 Founders Association Awards for Excellence. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Tom Harden, Founders Association President Rob Cera and awards committee chairperson Prof. Kimberly Baker presented the awards before an audience of about 500 at the annual fall Convocation event, held at the University Union. The Founders Association, a philanthropic organization, began the awards program in 1975.

Convocation at 10 a.m. sharp

The Fall 2012 Employee Convocation kicks off the academic year at 10 a.m. today (Aug. 28) in the University Union’s Phoenix Room. The program is as follows: •  Welcome, by Emcee Cliff Abbott •  Introduction of new faculty and staff •  Introduction of named professorship recipients •  Founders Association Awards of Excellence •  Remarks by […]

UW-Green Bay honors outstanding faculty, staff with 2012 Founders Awards

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recognized its top faculty and staff members with 2012 Founders Association Awards for Excellence. The award winners, honored at the annual UW-Green Bay Faculty and Staff Convocation Tuesday, Aug. 28, are: Teaching — Associate Prof. Jennifer Ham
 Scholarship — Prof. David Dolan
 Community Outreach — Prof. Ellen Rosewall 
Institutional […]

Agenda set for 2012 Fall Semester Convocation

Sent campuswide, recently, but repeated here for the record and benefit of our off-campus subscribers: The Fall 2012 Employee Convocation kicks of the academic year at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, in the University Union’s Phoenix Room. The program is as follows:
 •  Welcome, by Emcee Cliff Abbott
 •  Introduction of new faculty and staff […]

In her own words: Scheberle reflects on national award, UW-Green Bay career

Longtime UW-Green Bay faculty member Denise Scheberle recently earned a nationwide teaching award from the American Political Science Association. It’s a remarkable honor — perhaps even more so because Scheberle didn’t set out to become a teacher at all.

Alumni rising: Katers named ‘most distinguished’

At the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Associate Professor John Katers is recognized as an authority on recycling, waste management, renewable energy and more. He’s also known as a personable and engaging teacher, challenging students to get past pre-conceived biases with regards to business and resources.