Snow is on the way; reminders for Green Bay Campus

Reminders regarding snow removal for the Green Bay Campus and keeping the campus community safe:

1. Sidewalks are opened one tractor/truck width by 7:30 a.m. on weekdays. The intent is to have people enter the buildings at their first opportunity. For example, we are recommend people who park in the Weidner Center lot should enter the building between Studio Arts and Theatre Hall.

2. Primary parking lots would be opened by 7:30 a.m. on weekdays. These include:
a. Laboratory Science
b. Wood Hall
c.  Weidner A/B
d. Kress
e. MAC Visitor
f.  Studio Arts (West side)

3. We will be closing the following sidewalks:

a. West of Wood Hall that leads from the parking lot down to the first level. (All access would be at the second floor south entrance.)
b. The Theatre Hall/Studio Arts bridge stairs
c.  The Theatre Hall exterior stair on west side that leads to Theatre Hall second floor and Student Services plaza.

4. The following parking lots are considered secondary priority and would not be open by 7:30 a.m. on weekdays and would be barricaded at the entry driveways:

a. Valet Lot
b. Weidner C/D
c. Baird
d. KEC Visitor
Public Safety will close the lots and Grounds will open the lots.

5. Public Safety will enforce overnight parking restrictions with tickets and towing.

6. University Sanctioned overnight trips will have overnight parking in the last 2 rows of Laboratory Science lot closest to Facilities Management

7. Studio Arts lot is considered a Residence Life lot and will only be cleared on the west 1/3, as possible, based on the number and dispersion of the cars.

8. Weekends Only  — Call-ins will only plow roads and sidewalk from Union through Res Life on the fire lane, plus the path along the tennis court and in front of Ecumenical Center to the east side of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. ADA areas to be cleared include the Circle Entry by the Library.

Reminder: Global Studies discussion is Thursday, Nov. 15 with alumnus

The UW-Green Bay Global Studies program invites you to its final fall 2018 conversation about important international events. The next discussion is led by alumnus, and urban planner living in Peru, Mike Dreckschmidt ’15.  The focus will be on contemporary political and social issues facing Peru. The event is Thursday, Nov. 15, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Alumni Room (formerly Room 103) of the University Union (concourse level, near Student Services). These discussions allow members of the UW-Green Bay community to have important and timely conversations about topical events and processes around the world. Free and open to the public.

Campus community encouraged to share UW-Green Bay Land Acknowledgement

A message from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate, Eric Arneson:
Thank you to the faculty of First Nations Studies for the thoughtful creation of the official
UW-Green Bay Land Acknowledgement. This is a powerful and important moment for the University and we want to make sure everyone has access to it. The official wording can be found on the homepage of the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Climate: More information will be coming to the site regarding usage recommendations and other resources. Please consider using the wording on syllabi and other important documents as you see appropriate.