Tag: Public and Nonprofit Management Class

Mission accomplished

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UW-Green Bay students help nonprofits measure their good works There was palpable excitement entering Lora Warner’s Government and Nonprofit classroom last semester. Her students were actively engaged with local Nonprofits through service learning; visiting sites, getting their “hands dirty” and evaluating each program to determine the best ways to measure and communicate the Nonprofits mission […]

Poster projects lead to new opportunities

Non-profit poster symposium

How do non-profit organizations contribute to local communities? How does one manage the challenging and dynamic nature of a public-serving organization? Students in Prof. Lora Warner’s Public and Nonprofit Management Class spent the semester researching and expanding their knowledge of best approaches to managing public and nonprofit organizations before presenting what they have learned in […]

Photo Gallery: Steps to Make a Difference Walk

The seventh annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk this past Saturday raised about $5,000 for four local causes. Organized by UW-Green Bay’s Public and Nonprofit Management Class led by Prof. Lora Warner, it also gave about 20 student volunteers, most of whom were UWGB Civics Club members, experience on how to run an event, […]