Tag: alumni

Denver Nuggets’ 2019 Summer League roster: Players to watch includes alumnus Keifer Sykes

Former Phoenix Keifer Sykes 15 (Communication) is on the Denver Nuggets Summer League roster. “He last played in the United States in 2015, when he completed his fourth season at Green Bay. Sykes showcased elite scoring ability during his final two seasons in Green Bay, as he averaged 20.3 and 18.6 points per game respectively. […]

Adam Fulwiler | Fox Cities Magazine

UW-Green Bay alumnus and artist Adam Fulwiler’s ’17 (Art) work features formalism and geometric shapes, matched with color, to convey words visually. He gains inspiration from his work by re-evaluating recent experiences and conversations that evoke feelings in his life. ‘I’d say one of the most exciting parts [of my career] was that the University […]

Alumnus Doug Wirth named to the 2019 Pride Power 100 | CSNY

As Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues efforts to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Doug Wirth ’89 (Social Work) tells Gay City News that preventive health care should be expanded to reach vulnerable populations. Wirth served on Cuomo’s Task Force to End the AIDS Epidemic in New York state by 2020 and was senior health policy adviser to […]

Manitowoc’s Hartman’s Bakery won’t close as new owners step forward

Fear not! The Hartman’s Bakery and Pastry shop tradition will continue. UW-Green Bay alumnus Austin Rehrauer ’19 (History) and his wife Luisa are buying the longtime bakery, 901 N. 11th St., from owners Steve and Joni Hartman, who are retiring. The sale is expected to be finalized in a few weeks. The store will close […]

Alumnus Charlie Smith tells about his entrepreneurial goals

The Log highlighted alumnus Charlie Smith ’17 (Business Administration) in May, when he received an entrepreneurial award. The Green Bay Press-Gazette featured more about his career path and how UW-Green Bay and lecturer Ryan Kauth influenced him and helped his business, Pilotsmith, Inc., thrive. Here’s a few excerpts. The rest can be found in the […]

Alumnus Brad Pfaff: ‘We need leaders that can build connections, move people forward’

Wisconsin’s Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection secretary designee and UW-Green Bay alumnus, Brad Pfaff ’90 (Public and Environmental Affairs) says college allowed him to expand his horizons beyond his rural community and work with people who were not farmers. “I needed to meet and work with people that didn’t know the difference between […]

Video: UW-Green Bay 2018 Alumni Award recipient, Doug Wirth, shares his Phoenix story

Doug Wirth ’89 (Social Work) entered UW-Green Bay feeling good about who he was, but unsure about who he would become. According to Wirth, a degree from UW-Green Bay prepares you well for the world of work. Wirth is the president and CEO of Amida Care, a Medicaid Special Needs Health Plan in New York […]

Salt Lake City economic development official named CEO of Greater Richmond Partnership | Local | richmond.com

The head of the economic development department in Salt Lake City has been named the new president and CEO of the Greater Richmond Partnership. Lara Fritts ’93 (Regional Analysis) will become the top executive of the Richmond regional economic development organization effective Aug. 12, the group announced Monday. via Salt Lake City economic development official […]

Campus mourns loss of distinguished alumna Patricia Finder-Stone

Patricia Finder-Stone participating in oral history project, 2015

UW-Green Bay learned today of the loss of Patricia Finder-Stone ’73 (Human Biology). She passed on Tuesday, June 10, after a brief illness. She was 90. She was named one of the University’s most Distinguished Alumni in 2010, an honor she cherished, and could often be found attending UW-Green Bay events. She was briefly employed […]