Design the 2020 Homecoming T-shirt

You could be the designer behind the UW-Green Bay Homecoming 2020 t-shirt, worn by more than 3,000 people! Be a part of the tradition by submitting a design by Friday, Nov. 22. This contest is open to UW-Green Bay alumni, students, employees and Phoenix fans and the winner will receive four tickets to any and all 2020 UW-Green Bay Homecoming events, $100 cash and plenty of recognition as the 2020 Homecoming t-shirt graphic designer! See more.

Faculty note: Prof. Gurtu publication

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Amulya Gurtu (chair, Business Administration, and Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management), recently had an article, “Potential of blockchain technology in supply chain management: a literature review,” published online in the International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. The purpose of this paper is to review the existing literature on blockchain technology, present some trends and consider its potential value in supply chain management (SCM). The blockchain technology is rapidly making inroads in many industries and there is tremendous potential to eliminate intermediaries and to make SCM more efficient. This paper highlights the imperative role of blockchain technology that has created a discourse in the world of innovation and technology. This work will help academics to further the understanding of blockchain technology. Blockchain technology will provide transparency to consumers. See more.

Faculty note: Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi publication

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi  (Chemistry, NAS) recently published an article, “Applications of Molecular Structural Aspects of Gemini Surfactants in Reducing Nanoparticle–Nanoparticle Interactions,” in ACS high-impact journal “Langmuir.” This work highlights how to reduce nanomaterials inter-particle interactions and promote their applicability in diverse fields.

Art Agency makes call for art, announces Dec. 2 sale

Members of the Art Agency, the UW-Green Bay visual arts advocacy student group, put out a call for art on the Art Agency Facebook Group for the Art Sale they host each semester. The group is again extending an invitation for students, faculty/staff and alumni artist to participate in their fifth biannual art sale to take place on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019 in the University Union Phoenix C from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The sale is both an opportunity for UW-Green Bay artists to sell work while generating a small profit to help fund Art Agency. Commission will be 5% for students and 10% for alumni and faculty/staff participants. All mediums are welcome. There is no need to be present the day of the event, Art Agency students will be staffing the sale. Reserve a spot by Friday, Nov. 22 with Art Agency via email at soa2@uwgb.edu.

 

Equity in the Classroom Conference, Dec. 6

Join instructors from across Wisconsin for a day of interactive professional development to explore and strengthen strategies that support equity in your classroom. The meeting will be held at five locations: Madison Area Technical College, Northcentral Technical College (Wausau), UW-Milwaukee, St. Norbert College (De Pere), and UW-Eau Claire on Dec. 6, 2019, 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Register by Nov. 25, 2019. Visit https://cvent.me/aQXXgE for more information or view the flier here.

Prof. Sampath Ranganathan talks to WalletHub about winter holiday destinations

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Sampath Ranganathan (Business Administration) tells WalletHub readers about winter holiday destinations, including some great travel advice. “Weather-wise, the Midwest region has equal chances of being hot or cold than normal during the upcoming winter. The rest of the continental USA would be warmer than normal winter months. Economy wise, the job market is at historic heights, inflation is low, gas prices are low, so we can expect a very good travel season. If snowfall is lower than normal, industries that depend on wintery conditions like ski resorts could be affected.” See more.

Green Bay women win double overtime thriller

Congrats to the Green Bay women’s basketball program for winning it’s opening regular season game. “The team had a thrilling 111-105 double-overtime win against Central Michigan on Wednesday night in a game played at McGuirk Arena in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.The Phoenix overcame a 15-point deficit in the opening minutes of the third quarter and another deficit in both the fourth quarter and first overtime. It’s the second-most points UWGB has scored in program history, just a point behind the 112 it had against Cleveland State in 1992. It is the first time it has topped the century mark since scoring 103 against Lewis in December 2005. Sophomore forward Karly Murphy, who missed all but one minute of last season after tearing an anterior cruciate ligament in a knee in the 2018-19 season-opener, finished with a career-high 30 points and 9 rebounds, shooting 13-for-25 overall in 45 minutes.” Read more from the Press-Gazette.

Prof. Coen talks to NPR about Tucson’s “sanctuary city” vote

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs) was interviewed by NPR affiliate KJZZ Phoenix as part of an immigration panel on Tucson’s “sanctuary city” vote. Her segment begins at the 18:50 mark and can be streamed here.

Shark Tank participant and owner of The Oilerie®, Curt Campbell, speaks to a full room

The room was full for The Oilerie® owner Curt Campbell, who appeared both on Shark Tank and on Beyond the Tank. Campbell spoke to the UW-Green Bay’sCollegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (C.E.O.) student organization on campus on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019. Like his appearance on Beyond the Tank, Campbell’s talk 5ECD2128-60B0-42D0-9A5E-70B69C771921_1_105_creflected on how he grew his business anyway when he did not get a deal onShark Tank. The Oilerie®  now has six locations in four states. For more information on C.E.O. at UW-Green Bay, please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UWGBCEO(@UWGBCEO).

 

 

 

Alumni Dickman and Barkley inspire entrepreneurial finance students

UW-Green Bay alumni Craig Dickman and Cordero Barkley gave a talk to and tour to the UW-Green Bay Entrepreneurial Finance Class On Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, despite the snowy commute. The class learned about Titletown Tech’s venture capital fund and what types of businesses they are looking to invest in. Dickman and Barkley are two of the five partners in charge of the fund.

Photo submitted by Craig Dickman