Co-sponsored by the Cofrin School of Business student organizations, the Spring 2019 Speaker Series continues on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall (MAC) Room 210. The presentation will be “What Every College Student Should Know” by speaker Michelle Witbro, personal insurance sales executive at Johnson Financial Group.
Due to a scheduling conflict, “William Shatner Live on Stage” scheduled for Thursday, April 4, 2019 at the Weidner Center has been cancelled. There will be no make-up date. Refunds will be automatically issued at the point of purchase through Ticket Star. Credit card purchases will receive an automatic refund via the original tender. Buyers who purchased with cash or check must bring their tickets to the Ticket Star Office located at the Resch Center (1901 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI 54304) to receive a refund. Tickets can also be mailed to Ticket Star at P.O. Box 10567, Green Bay, WI 54307.
The Faculty Senate Agenda for Wednesday, March 27, 2019 is now available.
Green Bay men’s basketball won against Florida International 68-98 in the second round of the Collegeinsider.com Tournament (CIT) and now is advancing to the CIT quarterfinals. UW-Green Bay will be hosting CSU Bakersfield at the Kress Events Center on Friday, March 29, 2019 at 6 p.m. Read more.
Counseling and Health RFP Listening Sessions with Q&A will be taking place on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 11 a.m. to noon in Phoenix Room A in UW-Green Bay’s University Union and on Monday, April 8, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Alumni Room (Room 103) located in the University Union. The sessions will be facilitated by Vice Chancellor Eric Arneson (Student Affairs and Campus Climate). These listening sessions serve as opportunities to share your thoughts on what the ideal Counseling and Health Center would look like as UW-Green Bay considers healthcare delivery options.
UW-Green Bay student Paul VanderKelen (Mechanical Engineering) has been named a 2019 scholarship recipient by the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (WCMA). VanderKelen is a six-year employee of HART Design and Manufacturing Inc. in Green Bay, and will be working there after graduation in May 2020. Read more.
While the official Asian Heritage Month is May, UW-Green Bay will be kicking off celebrations in honor of Asian Heritage Month in April. The first event, “Crazy? Rich? Asian? Stereotypes of Asian People” will be taking place on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Alumni Room located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Come and learn about Asian stereotypes through the novels of Kevin Kwan. Participants should sign up in the MESA suite in University Union Room 112 in order to receive a free Kevin Kwan novel. All the events in honor of Asian Heritage Month can be viewed here.
The first of the IT services to transition will be the Office 365 suite, which includes email, OneDrive and SharePoint. UW-Green Bay and CITS are working together to migrate all data associated with all faculty and staff network accounts.
What does that mean? It means that all your email currently in your uwc.edu account and your files in OneDrive or SharePoint will be “packed up and moved” to your uwgb.edu account and UWGB OneDrive and SharePoint.
What else do you need to know?
- The migration is scheduled to start in early April and expected to be completed by April 15.
- You can continue to use your UW-Colleges email account as normal during the migration, but you can transition your daily communications to your UWGB account anytime now.
- You will be notified when to stop using your UWC email account.
- Your @uwc.edu email will be forwarded to your @uwgb.edu email from then until June 2020.
- You will still need to use your UW Colleges network account to log into your workstation, Prism, and any other UWC hosted applications for the near term.
- You will need to access email and OneDrive via the online version of Office 365, to ensure that you are saving data to the correct location, until workstations are transitioned this summer.
- SharePoint data being moved is only for the sites matching your branch name, if you have data elsewhere in SharePoint please take the opportunity now to migrate it to your UWGB account.
- All data for branch specific (MAN-/MNT-/SHB-) Shared and Room mailboxes will also be migrated. If you need data in other shared mailboxes that span multiple sites, please make a copy of the data within your account.
Why do you need to use two accounts? Until we have transitioned the network and workstations over to the UWGB network only your UWC account will get you into a workstation. Only your UWGB account will get you access to your email and OneDrive. Yes, this is a bit of a nuisance, but it is only for a few months. Once we have converted over to our network you will back only having to remember the one account.
What do you do if you need help? Once you are switched to UWGB email and OneDrive, you can call the UWGB Help Desk at 920-465-2309 or via email at. For all other technical issues, continue to call the CITS Service Desk.
As a reminder, check out the IT Services Transition website at:for more information or to submit questions. Watch for our next email on “Best Practices for Saving Your Data in OneDrive.”
Join Professors Caroline Boswell (Humanities) and Kate Burns (Human Development) for the workshop: Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics, April 5, 2019 from 10 to 11 a.m. in Theatre Hall, Room 316, Green Bay Campus. Register here: See the full write-up. While collaborative and group-based learning is on the rise, students are often unaware of the stereotypes and biases that inform group dynamics, student learning, and work productivity. Drawing on recent research on equitable team dynamics, this workshop will engage instructors with equity-based methods that support the creation of group procedures and dynamics that work to minimize stereotyping and bias.
Tough Talks: Student Evaluations of Teaching is April 3. MAC 201 (Green Bay campus) & streaming option, 3:45 to 5 p.m. Facilitator is Associate Prof. Jessica Van Slooten (English and Women’s and Gender Studies), UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. The “Tough Talks” event looks at current research on student evaluations, models from different institutions and discussions of the future of student evaluations at UW-Green Bay.