UW-Green Bay student and dedicated single mother Frances Nazario credits receiving the Rita E. Nelson Endowed Scholarship for Education from UW-Green Bay as an influential force in helping her continue her education. More via Green Bay Mom’s Scholarship Allows Her To Graduate | Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region.
Looking for that perfect stocking stuffer (albeit you will need a really sturdy stocking)? Are you hosting a holiday party and have not decided on the appetizers/snacks (hint: red is the perfect color this holiday season)? Thinking about what to serve your guests when you host your “Fill-in-the-blank” Bowl Game party? How about some of Associate Prof. of Natural and Applied Science Steve Meyer’s salsa?
Meyer always has a supply of mild, medium, hot and “hot +” salsa in his office. For a contribution to the Katie Hemauer Memorial Scholarship, you can take home a pint or two (or an entire case) of salsa. Mix and match various levels of salsa hotness and see who can tolerate the “hot +” salsa at your New Year’s Eve party! It is all for a great cause—UW-Green Bay students—while remembering and honoring one of our outstanding alums!
Future UW-Green Bay student Arabella Adams, a senior at Luxemburg-Casco High School, was presented with a $10,000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2019 Initiative Scholarship. The Herb Kohl Initiative Scholarship recognizes “Students who have demonstrated a high level of motivation, have shown strong promise for achieving success in college and beyond, and have overcome significant personal obstacles or adversity.” Adams plans to study mechanical engineering.
The Press-Gazette has reported that Green Bay residents Pauline and Ron Heim donated $16.5 million to the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, the largest single gift in the foundation’s history. As well, an anonymous donor made a $5 million donation to the foundation. These gifts will provide funding for many nonprofits in the Green Bay area. The UW-Green Bay Foundation expects to receive about $75,000 annually, which will be designated for scholarships in the name of Ron C. and Pauline P. Heim.
UW-Green Bay student Paul VanderKelen (Mechanical Engineering) has been named a 2019 scholarship recipient by the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (WCMA). VanderKelen is a six-year employee of HART Design and Manufacturing Inc. in Green Bay, and will be working there after graduation in May 2020. Read more.
The UW-Green Bay Office of the Provost is pleased to announce the third annual Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition. This undergraduate essay competition aims to promote understanding of the purpose and value of a liberal arts and science education. The submission deadline is Monday, Mar. 18, 2019. Submissions must be sent electronically to the Provost’s Office c/o Clifton Ganyard at firstname.lastname@example.org; all essays must be attached as a PDF.
All essays will be judged by a group of UW-Green Bay faculty. Student essays selected as winners of the UW-Green Bay competition will receive a $500 scholarship to cover educational expenses at UW-Green Bay in 2019-2020. Recipients will be notified in spring 2019. This year’s competition is open to any UW-Green Bay undergraduate student in academic good standing and who plans to enroll at least half time for at least one semester during the 2018-2019 academic year.
This Year’s Topic: Universities have long been a venue where students and scholars seek to “sift and winnow” in pursuit of truth. Yet, recently the “death of facts” has been announced and the “age of post-truth” proclaimed. How does liberal arts education connect to the search for truth and how should it respond to how facts or truth are conceptualized in the broader culture, political and otherwise?
All submissions are to be original essays, 1,000-1,250 words in length, typed, double-spaced. Each essay must include a title page with the following information: title of essay, student’s name, major, home address, e-mail address, telephone number, and the following statement: “I hereby affirm that this is an original essay and my own work.”
UW-Green Bay students Alivia Houdek and Greg Liadis were the recipients of the Sherry Anklam Memorial Award, a scholarship offered by the NEW Association of Information Technology Professionals Chapter. Both students received $1,000 and will be graduating in May 2019.
Global Studies faculty members are proud to announce the renaming of its Global Citizenship Scholarship to the Karen Dalke Memorial Global Citizenship Scholarship. “Our beloved colleague and Global Studies faculty member Karen Dalke, who tragically passed away this summer, was a world citizen, enthusiastic international traveler, advocate for cross-cultural understanding and a passionate champion of students, especially first generation and non-traditional students. Senior lecturer Dalke (Public and Environmental Affairs) traveled to all continents and it was probably just a matter of time before she would visit Antarctica, too! Her spirit and commitment to global citizenship exemplify the goals and priorities of Global Citizenship Scholarship supporting short-term study abroad travel of UW-Green Bay students.” To contribute to the renamed scholarship, please select the Karen Dalke Memorial Global Citizenship Scholarship from the list of All Scholarships on this website.
Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium is offering two scholarship opportunities for undergraduate students demonstrating an interest aerospace, space science or other interdisciplinary space-related studies:
— STEM Bridge Scholarship
— Undergraduate Scholarship (Two-year institutions)
Applications are due Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. Questions can be directed to the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium office.