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After Thoughts A speaker series featuring women at UW-Green Bay

Brown County Quality of Life

Brown County Quality of Life with Prof. Lora Warner Tues. March 3, 2015 5 p.m.

Prof. Lora Warner directs UW-Green Bay's Center for Public Affairs which connects students and faculty with the community through research, internships, service projects and courses. Students undertake high-impact, 360-degree experiences while the community benefits from the expertise of students and faculty. The result? More engaged citizens and community strategies for enhancing quality of life.

Follow-up Coverage

Read Next ‘After Thoughts’ event to feature UW-Green Bay’s Warner on quality of life the Inside News press release promoting this event.

See ‘It’s still a wonderful life’ says Warner for follow-up coverage and photos of the event.



Date: Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2015
Time: 5 p.m. hors d’oeuvres reception
5:45 p.m. program
Location: Weidner Center Grand Foyer
Cost: $14

Door Prize Drawing

The program will end with a door prize drawing sponsored by the UW-Green Bay Office of Outreach. One lucky winner will receive two tickets ($58 value) to the Slovakia Dinner Lecture on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, featuring Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston, the next speaker in the UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series.


For any questions or comments regarding After Thoughts, please contact Mary Rass at or (920) 465-2553.

Featured Speaker

Lora Warner
Lora Warner, Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Public Affairs

Prof. Warner teaches in the Public Administration program and leads the Nonprofit Management Emphasis, working with her students in numerous public and nonprofit organizations in the area each year on internships and service learning projects. She teaches courses in program evaluation, nonprofit management, philanthropy, fundraising and marketing, health care policy and administration, and public policy (among others). For almost 25 years through her consulting business, Planning & Evaluation Associates, Inc., Prof. Warner has served a wide array of public service organizations throughout Wisconsin, including the state of Wisconsin, Brown County and various United Way affiliates and community foundations across Wisconsin. Prof. Warner has also led a number of community-wide studies related to quality of life.

For more information visit Lora Warner's faculty profile