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Student Leader Kickoff Dinner
Each year UWGB kicks off the academic year with the Student Leader Kickoff Dinner. Almost 200 student leaders, advisors, supervisors, and administrators are invited to gather to celebrate these leaders’ accomplishments, to introduce them to one another, and to motivate them to reach out to aspiring student leaders over the next year. Sponsored by Student Life, Residence Life, the University Union, and FOCUS. For more information, contact Student Life at 465-2720 or email@example.com.
Bay Beach Trip
Bash in the Stacks
UWGB’s award-winning library challenges the old stereotype of libraries being quiet, serious places. Bash is an evening of free food, music, games, and assorted fun.
Life is a Beach! Come and partake in our summer fun while we fill the Union with crafts, games, and more!
Let’s go Thriftin’
Bingo – Kitchen and Essentials
It’s UWGB’s rendition of a Bingo Hall. Come and play for free and win prizes.
Kayak and Camping Trip
The Color Run
The Color Run returns to UWGB for a third year with a sparkly surprise! Register at http://thecolorrun.com/green-bay. Use discount code TCRPHOENIX for a few bucks off!
An Untamed State – Book Discussion
An Untamed State is a powerful novel about a woman kidnapped and held for ransom while her wealthy father refuses to pay and her husband fights to get her back. Register to receive a free copy of the book and join our discussion. http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/events/registration.asp
Nelly’s Echo is singer-songwriter and guitarist from Nigeria, Africa. His beautiful voice awes audiences as he integrates his multicultural background and tells stories through his music. His perfect blend of soul, reggae, and blues, coupled with his charming personality, makes for an unforgettable show!
Six Flags Fright Fest
Common Theme Speaker – Brian Bordainik
At age 29 he is a bona fide serial entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Dinner Lab, a membership-based social dining experiment that unites undiscovered chefs with adventurous diners in unique spaces.
The Dinner Detective – Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Show
Devil’s Lake Climbing, Camping and Kayaking Weekend
Intergenerational series: Bridging the gap between young and old (panel presentation)
Do you think you understand how the “older generation” ticks? Think again. A panel of retirees will share their perspectives on family, money, lifelong learning, and whatever you care to ask them. You’ll definitely laugh, you’ll probably be surprised, and you may even be inspired to rethink your own life. Sponsored by Student Life, Human Development, and Learning in Retirement.
Bingo – Phoenix
Show your school spirit by winning UWGB stuff at this Bingo event.
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle – Book Discussion
Author Barbara Kingsolver’s family abandoned the industrial-food pipeline to live a rural life vowing that for a year, they’d only buy food raised in their own neighborhood, grow it themselves, or learn to live without it. Register to receive a free copy of the book and join our discussion. http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/events/registration.asp
Intergenerational series: Bridging the gap between young and old (small-group discussions)
Join us for this very special annual tradition: an open conversation between students and retirees. Discuss life, love, learning, and whatever is on your mind. We move past age-based myths and stereotypes to discover what young and old adults can learn from each other. Sponsored by Student Life, Human Development, and Learning in Retirement.
UWGB Make a Difference Day
Volunteer on one of the biggest days of service. Sign up at http://50.uwgb.edu by October 9 to help clean up Baird Creek or paint local schools.
Busses to off-campus sites
The ALLY Conference
The ALLY Conference is an event geared to educate the attendees on issues related to tokenism, oppression, racism, etc. This interactive learning conference is geared to help build the foundation so individuals can start their journey to developing their own cultural identity.
Grave Dancers Ball
I’m Not A Pilot
All families affiliated with the University community are invited to come to campus for Family Weekend. Most events are free or low cost. Possible events include Packer tours, Comedy City, ice cream social.
October 30 – November 1
David Coleman – The Dating Doctor
If you are graduating in December, come to the one-stop shop to get all the information you need before you walk. Pick up graduation tickets and purchase your cap and gown.
Redeployment – Book Discussion
Readers are taken to the frontlines of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, asking us to understand what happened there and what happened to the soldiers who returned. Register to receive a free copy of the book and join our discussion. http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/events/registration.asp
UWGB Nites – Outdoor Theme
Bingo – Hunting, Fishing, Camping
Come for a chance to win outdoor prizes while you play for free.
Baby It’s Cold Outside
Join us for a FREE tailgate party before the last Thursday Night Football game of the year! Free food will be provided! Packers wear is encouraged.
Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis
Sign up to run or walk the 5K and support the Arthritis Foundation. http://jbrgreenbay.kintera.org
Bingo – Packers
It’s the last Bingo of the semester! Win Packer gear for those cold winter games and to cheer them on in the playoffs.
University Leadership Awards ceremony and reception
UWGB recognizes students who have been involved, achieved academic success, and contributed to the campus community and beyond. Contact the Office of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Emerging Leadership Experience (ELE)
Beginning its 7th year, this annual first-year student overnight retreat is designed to help students develop confidence and increase their involvement on campus. Students are nominated and submit an application. The trip is led by ELE alums and a UWGB staff member and takes place at the Team Leadership Center and Sand Bay Lodge in Sturgeon Bay. Participants take the StrengthsQuest assessment. Transportation, meals, and lodging is provided. ” A former participant said, “I learned how to work as a strong, dynamic group–how to work as a team. I also learned that it is easy to make new friends.” The group returns to campus at noon on Sunday, March 6. Sponsored by Student Life.
University Leadership Awards ceremony and reception
UWGB recognizes students who have been involved, achieved academic success, and contributed to the campus community and beyond. Following the ceremony, there will be a reception in the Phoenix Rooms, University Union. Contact the Office of Student Life at email@example.com for additional information.