Wisconsin Public Service Foundation has donated $5,000 to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to help underwrite special events and activities celebrating the 50th anniversary of the school’s founding in 1965.
Posing as part of a check-presentation meeting on campus in late June were, from left, Shannon Badura of the University Advancement staff; Karmen Lemke, manager of community relations for WPS; Dan Spielmann, special assistant to the chancellor; and Ron Antonneau, director of governmental affairs for WPS.
Wisconsin Public Service Corporation and Integrys Energy have a longstanding history of support for UW-Green Bay. WPS, its foundation and various executives over the years have been strong sponsors of student scholarships, faculty and student research, the solar “extras” that made made Mary Ann Cofrin Hall a national showcase for energy-efficient technology, the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts and various ongoing programs.
UW-Green Bay is planning to celebrate 50 years of excellence with events and activities throughout the 2015-16 academic year including a major alumni reunion.