UW-Green Bay has recently sold a home that used to house University Leaders. The decision was made because of the other options for entertaining on and around campus, as well as the home’s label of being a “fixer-upper.” Revenue made from the sale will be used to create a new student meeting activity space; the space being considered for construction is the third floor of the Weidner Center. More via UW-Green Bay sells chancellor’s house to fund new student meeting space | Fox 11.
Provost and Vice Chancellor Michael Alexander stopped in with WFRV to discuss the benefits of attending UW-Green Bay. He mentions new four-year programs at the satellite campuses, responding to community needs, and even makes a plug for the upcoming Weidner Philharmonic performance of Casablanca. More via University of Wisconsin–Green Bay: Working to meet the needs of the community and students | WFRV.
Over the last five years, UW-Green Bay has partnered with Carnegie Dartlet, a reputation research and marketing company, for digital advertising. In the last few months, the University extended the partnership with a research project to clarify and define UW-Green Bay’s voice and marketplace positioning. Carnegie Dartlet’s consensus-building method is built around the input of the people who know UW-Green Bay best: faculty and staff, alumni, community members and other campus stakeholders, as well as prospects. The results are important to the University’s future. The campus community is invited to the University reveal (results of the research) on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020 from 2 to 3 p.m. at Fort Howard Hall in the Weidner Center. The reveal will share results and recommendations that will shape the way UW-Green Bay communicates its story to future Phoenix and beyond. The event will be live streamed for convenient remote viewing. The link can be found here.
Administrative Professionals’ Day is Wednesday, April 22, 2020 from 8 a.m. to noon. Three UW-Green Bay campus locations (Green Bay, Marinette and Sheboygan) will be participating with conference opportunities by the Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement. Administrative professionals are the unsung heroes of almost every organization or department; treat them to a day of development! The day is designed for assistants, receptionists, executive assistants and other support staff. Topics include workplace culture, project management, cyber security, career planning and leadership skills. See the website for more information and to register. The cost of registration is $69.
– Career planning
– Project management
– Cyber security
– Workplace safety
– Workplace culture
– Project management
The Winter 2020 Coffee Break event will be held on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 in the University Union Phoenix Rooms from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. There will be remote gatherings at additional campus locations: Marinette campus (Room L-130), Manitowoc campus (Room F149) and Sheboygan campus (Room 1202).
Join fellow faculty and staff for coffee, donuts, updates and perspectives on all things UW-Green Bay. Colleagues from all campus locations are strongly encouraged to attend in person or remotely. If attending remotely, here is the link to the YouTube livestream.
RSVP by Wednesday, Jan. 29 if you will be attending in-person or any of the remote gatherings. Below is the agenda for the event:
- Chancellor’s Update: State of the University, Interim Chancellor Sheryl Van Gruensven
- Perspectives on Higher Education: The Future Student Body and the Role of Regional Comprehensive Universities, Provost Michael Alexander
- Question and Answer Session, Interim Chancellor Sheryl Van Gruensven
“Jazz Fest, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and held on the UW-Green Bay campus will celebrate its 50th anniversary this January, with activities that begin Thursday, January 23, 2020.” Read more about the history of Jazz Fest and this year’s planned activities via UW-Green Bay prepares for 50th Jazz Fest! | Green Bay News Network.
DUO, a multi-factor authentication product, has been continuously added to aspects of UW-Green Bay systems. Employees will need to enroll in DUO by Jan. 31, 2020. DUO can be used on a smartphone or tablet, or on a UW-Green Bay-provided token/fob. It involves being sent a randomly generated numeric code when accessing UW-Green Bay systems.
To register, please contact the IT Help Desk before Jan. 31, 2020, or you will not have access to email or Office 365 applications. Registration requires both a University ID and state issued photo ID.
If you are on one of the additional campus locations, you may also see the ATS technician or student IT support specialist (formerly the case associates) at your location to register and verify your identity:
- Sheboygan – Nate Ruetten or Jane Donlon
- Manitowoc – Parker Nadeau or Nancy Balaban
- Marinette – Craig Young or Danielle Roberts
If you are unable to get to one of the campuses, please contact the IT Help Desk on the Green Bay campus (firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-465-2309) to set up an appointment to do video phone call to show your required forms of ID.
More information about DUO can be found here.
An online comment webpage has been created in order to allow UW System faculty and staff to give input on the Presidential Search for the next UW System president. In addition, there will be two video listening sessions on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019 at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please register here if you wish to listen in. For more information, read the memo from Regent Vice President Michael M. Grebe.
For two years, UW-Green Bay participated in an Ascendium DASH grant that was able to award emergency funds to students in need to help cover non-academic expenses and allow them to continue with their education. The grant was very successful, but it unfortunately came to an end this summer.
Campus has been working to develop an emergency grant for UWGB. The logistics of managing the grant have taken some time to figure out, but that process is now in place, and the Provost was able to provide some money to support the grant. For more information on the Emergency Grant, please visit the Phoenix Cares Emergency Grant web page.
If you know of a student who may benefit from the emergency grant, now or in the future, please encourage them to apply for the grant. Please note that there are different procedures depending on the student’s home campus. Students on the Green Bay campus may submit inquiries about the grant to email@example.com. Students on the Marinette, Manitowoc, or Sheboygan campuses (which still have access to the Ascendium grant) should submit applications through the link on the Phoenix Cares Emergency Grant web page.
The Phoenix Bookstore (all campuses) is hosting a Phoenix Friday online sale on Dec. 13, 2019. The sale includes 20% off one item, 25% off 2 items, and 30% off three or more items in clothing and accessories and gifts/collectibles. To take advantage of this sale, the promo code LUCKY must be entered in the online cart. The discount will display after inserting this code. The offer is valid until 11:59 P.M. on Friday, Dec. 13.
Disclaimer: Offer applies to clothing and accessories, collectible and gift items only. Excludes Hydro Flask, textbooks, supplies, graduation regalia, electronics, computer hardware, clearance and gift cards. Other exclusions may apply.