Tag: Student Affairs

Candidate forums for Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs begin today

On-campus interviews begin this week for two of the four candidates for UW-Green Bay’s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate. During an open presentation to the campus, each of the candidates will present on “creating an engaging, inclusive, and student focused campus culture at an urban-serving comprehensive university.” The schedule is as follows: […]

Search Underway for the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate

The Provost Office has initiated the recruitment for a dynamic, innovative and experienced student affairs professional to become Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate. The Vice Chancellor will be a member of the senior leadership team reporting to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and will sit on the Chancellor’s Cabinet. […]

360 Degrees of Safety event is Thursday near the Union

The Student Affairs Healthy Choices Task Force is sponsoring a “360 Degrees of Safety Event” this Thursday (Sept. 18) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the University Union patio and adjacent areas of Phoenix Park. Task force co-facilitators Amy Henniges and Mark Olkowski invite students, faculty, staff and the general public to stop by […]

Staff note: Sanders keynotes Canada conference on digital marketing

On June 25, UW-Green Bay social media specialist Todd Sanders delivered a keynote address at the PSEWEB conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. PSEWEB is Canada’s university and college digital marketing conference. The keynote was titled “Socially Awkward: How Making the Brand More Human Can Change Everything.” There’s a very short Vine video online capturing the […]

Sanders talks Twitter for story on social media and politics

Our own social media specialist weighed in on a recent Twitter controversy for a story that ran Monday (March 4) evening on WLUK, Fox 11. Todd Sanders spoke with reporter (and alumnus) Ben Krumholz about news that now-former state Democratic Party spokesman Graeme Zielinski was removed from his job and docked a week’s pay after […]

Provocative name, important message: Res Life ‘Sex in the Dark’ program is back

The Office of Residence Life and the Student Affairs Healthy Choices Task Force will present “Sex in the Dark,” an annual program for students seeking answers about sex and relationships, Thursday (Oct. 18) evening in Rose Hall 250. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with “lights out” at 7. All respectful questions are welcome, and will […]

Sophomore Success Day is set for next week

Being a sophomore can sometimes feel like being the “middle child,” so Academic Advising and Career Services are teaming up to give them some attention. Sophomore Success Day is set for Thursday, Oct. 4., from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It’s a day for sophomores to drop in without appointment, get questions answered about career/major […]

Reminder: Alcohol awareness event and talk by national AODA speaker

UW-Green Bay shines a spotlight on the down side of America’s college party culture on Wednesday, Feb. 29. The Student Affairs Healthy Choice Task Force will host “UWGB House Party 2012” at 6 p.m., followed by a 7:15 address by college student turned anti-binging crusader Erica Upshaw. More details.  

Party plans for Leap Day? How about an alcohol-awareness event…

The promoters are calling it “UWGB House Party 2012” and sending out invitations for a special gathering starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 29, in Phoenix B of the University Union. The event shines a spotlight on the college party culture with the aim of helping students learn more about the effects of alcohol, what […]