UW-Green Bay to dedicate new residence hall to alumnus
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will dedicate its newest residence hall to Keith A. Pamperin at a special ceremony at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Pamperin, who was one of the first students to live on campus, graduated from UW-Green Bay in 1970 with a degree in Urban Analysis. He spent 38 years as a housing administrator in Green Bay and Brown County.
“I am very excited and my family is thrilled,” Pamperin said of the honor. This is the first time a residence hall at UW-Green Bay has been named for a graduate.
“I think the location will be an attraction,” Pamperin said. “It will be the closest residence hall to the main campus buildings. It’s just a short walk from Pamperin Hall to the Union. I’m sure students will enjoy that.”
Pamperin Hall is a three-story, 52,000-square foot residence hall with 32 suites, each with private bedrooms, a private bathroom, kitchen and living room. It houses 126 students.
Friends, family and other distinguished guests will join Pamperin at the dedication ceremony. The public is also invited to attend. A reception will follow the dedication. Tours of the new facility will also be available.