Youth jersey give-a-way this Saturday at Phoenix men’s basketball game

Join the Phoenix and bring someone younger than you. The men’s basketball promotion includes youth jerseys for the first 700 youth fans, Saturday, Noon vs. UIC at the Resch Center. Ticket Special: High School students admitted free by showing current school ID at box office
Other Notes: Blackout Cancer game; fans are encouraged to wear black. Funds raised during a first half dash for cash will go toward Ovarian Cancer Community Outreach.

6:30 Concert Series adds bonus show, Tuesday, Jan. 29

UW-Green Bay’s 6:30 Concert Series continues its season with a BONUS 6:30 Concert Series event “Minutemen Brass Quintet of the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 132nd Army Band” on Tuesday, Jan, 29, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Weidner Center’s Fort Howard Hall. The Minutemen Brass Quintet was formed in 2018 as one of many Musical Performance Teams (MPTs) of the 132nd Army National Guard Band, based out of Madison, Wis., and will present a variety of repertoire for brass quintet. The concert is free and open to the public.

More on getting ready for the Top 5 in Marinette/Menominee

“The team from Deluxe Corp. has moved on from Marinette and Menominee to visit the remaining seven of 10 communities chosen in the Top 10 for its Small Business Revolution makeover contest, and everyone is waiting anxiously for the Feb. 12 announcement of the Top 5. But the small business owners behind nominating Menominee and Marinette as one community for the online series “Small Business Revolution — Main Street,” which provides $500,000 in marketing promotions and physical improvements to six businesses in the winning community, said Thursday there is still a lot of work to be done.” Read more in the Eagle Herlad Extra.

 

Strickland helps intersect arts and community

“Celebrate Water events were on the minds of most attendees of the Jan. 12 Door County Talks lecture, ‘Building Community and Common Ground through the Arts.’ After lecturer Kelli Strickland, executive and artistic director of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, finished speaking and began the Q&A session, audience members were quick to name this yearlong series of events as Door County’s example of how different organizations are coming together to support one theme.” …Strickland’s lecture was the first in the Door Community Auditorium’s Door County Talks series, held in collaboration with the Door County Civility Project and the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. In 2019, the series is themed around promoting civility, strengthening community and encouraging empathy.” Read more in the Door County Pulse.

Listening sessions are January 24-30 for UW-Green Bay Provost Search

The University has officially begun the process of searching for the next Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at UW-Green Bay. The search firm of Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc., from Miramar Beach, Florida, has been retained to assist the University in attracting highly qualified, engaging candidates who are prepared to serve in this executive role. Several listening sessions for faculty, staff, students and the community, will be held Thursday, January 24-Wednesday, January 30.

The listening sessions are designed to obtain input from stakeholder groups and identify characteristics you would like the Search and Screen Committee to consider during the search. The search firm and Search and Screen Committee will use the information gathered during these sessions when speaking with potential candidates, nominations and sources about the opportunity. A Provost Search website will go live early the week of January 21 and will contain log-in information for Skype options. Please consider attending one of the following sessions:

Thursday, January 24, 2019

1:30 – 2:30 p.m.          Listening Session – UW Green Bay Manitowoc Campus Library (Skype Available)
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.          All Campus Listening Session – IS1034 (Skype Available)

Friday, January 25, 2019

8:00 – 8:45 a.m.          Council of Trustees ~ Chancellor Conference Room (CL 810)
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.        All Campus Listening Session ~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)
10:30 – 11:15 a.m.      Faculty Listening Session ~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)
11:15 – 11:45 a.m.      Academic & University Staff Governance Groups

~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)

Join Skype Meeting

Noon – 1:00 p.m.        Lunch with Cabinet Members ~ Chancellor Conference Room (CL 810)
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.          Provost Direct Reports ~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.          Search & Screen Committee Meeting ~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 (Consultants Attendance will be Remote)

12:30 – 1:00 p.m.        All Campus Listening Session including Students
~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)

2:30 – 3:00 p.m.          All Campus Listening Session including Students
~ Alumni Room (UU 103) (Skype Available)

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 (Confirmation Pending)
3:30 p.m.                     Faculty Senate ~ 1965 Room

 

Don’t miss out on Jazz Fest 49, Jan. 26

“With an energized and ambitious jazz faculty at UW-Green Bay, a successful 6:30 Concert Series, and concert venues like the east side’s Blue Opus friendly to jazz, it’s plain to see that jazz culture is on the rise in Green Bay. And, as one of contemporary jazz’s hottest acts comes to town to headline Jazz Fest 49 at the Weidner Center on January 26, that’s likely a good thing,” reports Andrew Kruse-Ross for Frankly Green Bay. Buy tickets.

Congratulations to alumni (Barkley, Terrio, Virant) on Future 15 recognition

Current Young Professionals Network, a program of the Greater Green Bay Chamber, announces the Future 15 award recipients:

Cordero Barkley (’09 Business Administration and ’16 Master’s in Management)| Associated Bank
Abby Brezinski | New Community Shelter
Matt Buchanan | City of Green Bay, Department of Community and Economic Development
John P. Bushmaker | Brown County Health and Human Services
Jenene Calloway | Schreiber Foods
Bradley Klingsporn | Brown County
James Nick | Dental Care Alliance
Tommie Preslaski | Associated Bank
Steve Roth | Profile by Sanford
Meghan Scanlan | Performa, Inc.
Brehanna Skaletski | Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
Dan Terrio (Interdisciplinary Studies ’12 and a master’s degree in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning ’14) | Capital Credit Union
Jenny Tice | Scholarships, Inc.
Skyla Vandervest | PAi Retirement Services
Nicole Virant (’08 Business Administration) | Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W.

Each year, Current recognizes the accomplishments of talented young professionals making an impact within the community. In 2007, Current created the Future 15 event as a way to bring awareness to the shifters and makers who found success in their professional careers and to highlight their dedication to the overall quality of life in Greater Green Bay.

A large quantity of quality applications from young professionals speaks volumes to the high caliber of young professionals in Greater Green Bay. Not only does Future 15 recognition honor the commitment, enthusiasm and passion of area young professionals, but it also celebrates their hard work and professional achievements.

One individual from the Future 15 Award recipients will be selected and named at the Future 15 event as the Young Professional of the Year. This award celebrates an individual demonstrating career excellence as well as a commitment to the Greater Green Bay area through civic and business involvement, especially during the past year.

Future 15 recipients will be honored at the Future 15 event to be held at 5 p.m. on April 25, 2019, at Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay. To register or for more information, visit greatergbc.org/future15.

Contact: Mallory Nash, program manager, Current Young Professionals Network, 920-593-3408, mnash@greatergbc.org.

(Text via Chamber press release)

Candidate forums: Assistant Director of Admissions

Three candidates will be on campus next week to interview for the Assistant Director of Admissions for Regional Recruitment. Part of their interview is to give a 15-minute presentation with the prompt: “Please role-play that you are talking to juniors at Green Bay East High School who are listening to a 15 minute presentation about UW-Green Bay.” It will be followed by a Q and A. Your insight and feedback on the candidates is appreciated. All interviews take place in the University Union:

Tuesday, Jan. 22 — 3:15 to 4 p.m., World Unity B, Major Cooper
Thursday, Jan. 24 — 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. Wequiock Room, Diana Delbecchi
Thursday, Jan. 24 — 2:45 to 3:30 in the University Union, Wequiock Room: Elizabeth Steffel

Copies of cover letters and resumes will be available at the session.