Wisconsin employers are struggling with talent acquisition. That’s why UW-Green Bay, along with eight other colleges statewide, are participating in a campaign to bring Wisconsin alumni back home. Dr. Tina Sauerhammer ’99 (Human Biology) moved to the east coast after medical school to pursue her career. She later returned to Wisconsin, and says it is the best decision she has ever made. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller says Green Bay attracts people for its family-oriented environment, which includes not only a great university system, but a prominent grade school system as well. See pictures of Dr. Sauerhammer on UW-Green Bay alums Facebook page. Read the full story on Wearegreenbay.com.
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9 Jan, 2020