“UW-Green Bay is meeting the demand for engineers due to the manufacturing growth in the Green Bay area and the NEW North region,” said UW-Green Bay’s Dean of Science, Engineering and Technology, John Katers. “As the economy continues to shift toward one of innovation and technology—even in historically important manufacturing sectors like the paper industry—electrical engineers are in high demand. Because we have such a strong employer base in the area who can offer internships and other hands-on experiences, we can grow that kind of talent right here. It’s very exciting to be able to meet this demand.”
Associate Professor Vallari Chandna (Marketing & Management) is featured in this piece about business credit cards. Read the full business article! Prof. Chadna answers common questions about business credit cards and personal credit cards.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Kurt Kober (Business Administration) was recently featured in Profile article. “Going from politics to vice president of e-commerce and retail for a wellness brand might seem like an unlikely career move, but as you get to know Kurt Kober and the vision and mission of The Honest Company, the switch begins to make plenty of sense. The Honest Company, founded in 2012 by actor and entrepreneur Jessica Alba, is a mission-driven company, supplying thoughtfully formulated, safe, and effective baby, beauty, personal care, and home products dedicated to empowering people to live happy and healthy lives.”
Read the full article here.
Businesses large and small are making changes or offering promotions to draw in holiday shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic. Large retailers have been promoting Black Friday sales early and extending opportunities for people to shop online, said Vallari Chandna, associate professor of management at UW-Green Bay. Source: Retailers Large And Small Adapt To Compete This Holiday Season, WPR
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Foundation Chair Matthew Mueller announced the recent addition of alumnus Koenraad Driessens ‘91 (Economics and Business Administration) to the UW-Green Bay Foundation Board of Directors.
Through podcasts, businesses can build stronger connections with their customers, says Vallari Chandna, chair of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s marketing and management program.
Source: Insight Publications | Tuning in
UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus is now offering bachelor’s degrees from start to finish in Environmental Science; Business; Health Information Management and Technology; Psychology; and Writing and Applied Arts.
The Student-Run Business Association brings you an opportunity on Nov. 12, 2020 from 3 to 4 p.m. to learn how college students in Wisconsin are gaining access to unique, experiential learning through their university’s student-run business programs. Student-run businesses (SRBs) shape the future of higher education and positively impact society by preparing the next generation of experientially practiced leaders. Wisconsin is home to three universities with full-fledged student-run business programs: Marquette University, Lakeland University,UW-Green Bay (opening in 2021). Learn how these three SRBs operate, innovate, prosper, and are part of a collaborative network at the cutting edge of education.
Career moms have busy lives to juggle. At this event, you can learn tips and tricks to help guide you on a successful virtual school journey that will be empowering for both you and your children. This event, Oct. 22, 2020, will be led by Nest Members & Green Bay local academic coach, Lauren Mauel, a UW-Green Bay lecturer. This event is limited to 10 people in person, unlimited online. Find out more.
UW-Green Bay community, please consider attending the “Ethics in Action” awards luncheon that is being held this year for the first time as a virtual 45-minute event on Oct. 15, 2020. Formerly called the “Ethics in Business” award, since its inception in 2008, Prof. John Stoll and many campus students have assisted with its development. This year is a totally changed format, as you can see from the program information at the link below. Aside from your own attendance, it is an event worthy of student attendance (possibly as extra credit). Please help us promote ethical behavior in our regional community. Registration is free.