The UW-Green Bay community takes seriously the protection of its faculty and staff, and the University is following the advice of local health officials and the CDC during the pandemic. The Dean of Students Office reminds the campus community that there is a form to report those on campus who are non-compliant of COVID-19 policies. Find the form, here.
Please consider picking up one or a few of the needed items below to provide for students through the Campus Cupboard. Donations may be dropped off at marked boxes located in Student Life, Dean of Students office in the University Union, seventh floor of Cofrin Library, Disability Services, Health and Counseling, third floor Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Suite C, GBOSS and Career Services. If you would like to make a donation to the Campus Cupboard Fund, please visit the online donation page to do so. Make sure to select Campus Cupboard from the drop down menu. You can also drop off a check to the Advancement Office, located in CL805.
Food items in need:
- Hot and cold cereal
- Canned tuna and chicken
- Spaghetti sauce
- Canned meals/soups (vegetarian and meat)
- Rice and brown beans
- Pancake mix and syrup (including sugar-free)
- Peanut butter
- Canned low syrup fruits
Hygiene items in need:
- Toilet paper
- Dish soap
- Laundry soap
The “Dealing with Disruptions” workshop will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Christie Theatre located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. This workshop will help you analyze disruptions and recognize when to be concerned, what to do and who to call for help. Questions can be directed to the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee chair Laura Nolan at firstname.lastname@example.org or the University Staff Professional Development Committee chair Teri Ternes at email@example.com.
Sunday was Move-In Day with about 700-plus first-year students getting a helping hand as they celebrate the beginning of their college experience by moving in. Journalist Robyn Oguinye has the story for WeAreGreenBay.
Have you ever been seriously concerned for a student, co-worker, friend or family member? Have you been unclear on a course of action? Have you thought of your personal safety and those around you in times of workplace disruption? Recognize when to be concerned, what to do or what not to do, and who you can call for help. Encourage discussion between you and your co-workers to develop a plan of action for personal safety. The workshop, Dealing with Disruptions: Safety and Intervention, presented by staff from Public Safety, Counseling & Health, and the Dean of Students Office, is sponsored by the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee and the University Staff Professional Development. The workshop is held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Christie Theatre. UW-Green Bay faculty, staff are encouraged to attend. Register here.
Join the Diversity Task Force for a discussion on the book “Refugee” by Alan Gratz on Thursday, March 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the 1965 Room (University Union)! Participants will receive a free book and will get an email once books arrive to pick up in the Dean of Students Office. Books available while supplies last. Sign up on the website. Questions? Contact the Diversity Task Force at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dealing with Disruptions workshop will be held Jan. 10, 2017 from 10 a.m. to Noon in the Christie Theater. Have you ever been seriously concerned for a student, co-worker, friend or family member? Have you been unclear on a course of action? Have you thought of your personal safety and those around you in times of workplace disruption? The workshop will help you recognize when to be concerned, what to do, and who to call for help. Encourage discussion between you and your colleagues to determine a plan of action for personal safety. Registration has begun, so please watch your campus email! Questions can be directed to ASPDPC chair Laura Delikowski, at email@example.com or USPDC chair Teri Ternes, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The University Staff Professional Development Committee and the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee are the sponsors. The workshop is presented by Public Safety, Counseling and Health and the Dean of Students Office.
The overdose-reversing drug Narcan will be available for use by police on all University of Wisconsin campuses under a partnership announced last week (Dec. 13). UW-Green Bay Associate Dean of Students Mark Olkowski talked to Fox 11 about campus plans for its use.
Wednesday, Nov. 15, all employees, students and leadership are invited to attend the Inclusive Excellence, “All Campus Roundtable Discussion on Campus Climate” in Phoenix Rooms A/B, from noon to 2 p.m. It is expected that about 150-200 people will be attending to discuss two questions which will be presented at noon for a one-hour discussion, and then again at 1 p.m. for a second round of discussions. Attend one or both sessions. The questions are: “What can UW-Green Bay do to increase safety on campus or in our community?” and “What can we do at UW-Green Bay to make our campus more inclusive and welcoming for everyone?” Attendees will be provided a light lunch from noon to 1 p.m., and a light snack at 2 p.m. provided by the Dean of Students.
A reminder that the UW-Green Bay Diversity Task Force is asking for help in raising funds for the people of Puerto Rico. The goal is to raise $5,000 by the end of the week. Donations are being collected at various campus offices and booths (including the Office of International Education, Student Life, Dean of Students and American Intercultural Center). There is also an online donation option. Additionally, various members of the campus community have pledged to do “challenges” at different amounts of funds raised. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu/diversity-task-force, visit our Facebook event page, or email email@example.com.