The Cofrin School of Business is hosting an open house Thursday, Oct. 8 from 1 to 2 p.m. for any students interested in learning more about a major in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Management, or an emphasis in Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, or Business Analysis. Students can stop by virtually to talk with the Student Success Advisor, Student & Community Engagement Coordinator, and faculty from the School of Business.
Assistant Professor Kelly Deuerling’s Soil Environment students use soil augers to dig up and describe the soils they extract from the Mesic Forest located in the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum on the UW-Green Bay campus.
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The admission cycle for the Master of Social Work (MSW) Degree from UW-Green Bay is now open and accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year. A MSW degree from UW-Green Bay provides a significant opportunity for graduate students seeking a career in the human services. The program prepares students for advanced level professional practice applicable to a wide range of positions in the human services, with a special emphasis on multi-cultural practice, social justice, leadership, and advocacy. To learn more about the program, check out the UW-Green Bay MSW Program website. Or, schedule a personal advising session. Please share with anyone interested!
We all want to be trailblazers and make important decisions that “make all the difference,” but is humility the real key to traveling the road not taken? Dean Chuck Rybak presents Curiosity: The Road Taken.
Prof. David Coury speaks about new Netflix Documentaries on Common CAHSS’s segment, “What You Should Be Watching.”
This semester, the students in Maree Baumann’s Entrepreneurship & Small Business (Writing a Business Plan) college-credit course at Southern Door High School, are experiencing first-hand what it’s like to be a client working with one of the support organizations available to entrepreneurs in the state of Wisconsin. Tara Carr, director of the Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay, is joining the class virtually throughout the semester. Two meetings have already taken place in which Tara has given an overview of SBDC and business plans, and each student has pitched his/her proposed business idea to Tara. Maree and Tara have developed an outline for the virtual meetings that will cover the 5 P’s of marketing; target market research—how to conduct research and where to get the information; NAICS codes; industry analysis; SWOT analysis; operations/organizational plan; inventory, suppliers, floor plan, staffing plan, point of sale, payments; finances; risk management – pros and cons of owning a business; cybersecurity; business growth; and leadership. This enriching partnership is to encourage and promote entrepreneurism in Northeast Wisconsin.
Music composed by UW-Green Bay Prof. Michelle McQuade Dewhirst will be performed on a livestreamed concert this weekend. The ensemble, Transient Canvas, were guest artists of the 6:30 Concert Series in 2015. No Exit Presents Transient Canvas: Crossroads on October 3, at 7 p.m. “This concert features music written for Transient Canvas by Jen Wang, Marissa Hickman, Kitty Xiao, Yiyang Wang, and Michelle McQuade Dewhirst with a web premiere by Teerath Majumder.” This concert is free and open for viewing by the public.View it at noexitnewmusic.com or Youtube.com/noexitnewmusic
Inclusivity and Equity Level 1 Foundations 1 & 2; and Level 2 training is occurring several times this academic year. To inquire about how to earn a Level 1 or 2 Inclusivity and Equity Certificate, or to submit a request to be invited to Level 1 Foundations 1 & 2 training, or Level 2 training, please complete a short Qualtrics survey and Stacie Christian, Ph.D., Director of Inclusive Excellence and Pride Center, will respond to your survey inquiries. Or, you can contact Stacie at firstname.lastname@example.org.