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Good Times Programming



Who Are We:

Good Times Programming is a group of student leaders who are charged with creating positive experiences that engage, enlighten, and entertain students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

We strive to provide opportunities for every UWGB student to participate in programs that promote learning and exploration, fun and happiness, and school spirit within a vibrant and inclusive campus community.

Our Programming Board:‚Äč


General Manager

leads the Good Times Programming team and therefore must understand teamwork and group dynamics. The General Manager supports the programmers, oversees the internal communication of the organization, and serves as a representative to other organizations. The General Manager displays professionalism and confidence, and possesses programming, problem-solving, and leadership skills. 

Priyanka Bharadwaj

Year: Senior
Major: Psychology with emphasis in Culture & Diversity
Favorite Animal: Elephant
Dream Super Power: Teleportation
Why GTP? "I was looking to experience something new on campus and I though it would be interesting to try my hand at programming!"
 

Innovative Sounds

provides a wide variety of musical entertainment. Innovative Sounds finds music ahead of the trend and outside of the norm, while still following the mainstream trends in music, such as music on the radio and in the limelight now. Innovative Sounds opens up the world of music in new and exciting ways by bringing a variety of groups and bands.

Madison Heun

Year: Senior
Major: Communication with emphasis in Journalism
Favorite Color: Olive Green
Dream Job: Investigative Journalist
Why GTP? “I'm excited to see students have fun at programs and get to build relationships with my new coworkers!”

 

Cultures & Communities

programming involves the presentation of discussions, debates, or performances that the bring people together to explore important social issues related to identity, community, and the world. This coordinator coordinates workshops, speakers, and artists as well as collaborates with the Pride Center on the annual Drag Show.
 

Krysta Venegas

Year: Junior
Majors: Democracy and Justice Studies, Spanish
Favorite Food: Mac & Cheese
Dream Job: Civil Rights Attorney
Why GTP? “I noticed the sense of teamwork and community within the GTP staff and It was something I wanted to be a part of. I also wanted the opportunity to have a say so in event planning and ideas and watch the magic unfold.”
 

Sports, Rec & Travel

is responsible for providing a wide selection of opportunities outside the University. These include but are not limited to sports events (e.g. Brewers games or Gamblers games), recreational activities (e.g. camping and horseback riding), and theater. The annual Chicago trip and Wisconsin Dells trip are also popular with students. 
 

Tyler Nape

Year: Senior
Major: Human Development
Hobbies: Fishing, Playing Guitar, Drawing, Sports, Walking trails
Favorite Animal: Dog
Dream Job: Psychologist
Why GTP? “I wanted to find a job that fit me as a person, and something I enjoy doing is exploring different things to do not only on campus, but off campus.”


Novelty Entertainment

hosts show-stopping entertainment such as comedians, magicians, hypnotists, psychics, and more unique entertainment. This programmer books performers for GB Week in September, Ladies Night Out Comedy Celebration in the spring semester, and a various novelties throughout the year.
 

Max Chung

Year: Junior
Also Involved In: Alpha Zeta Phi, Student Government Association, Biodiversity Center
Favorite Dessert: Hotteok
Hobbies: Animal Care, Watching Sports, Walking through Nature
Why GTP? “I applied to GTP because I wanted to have the opportunity to use the leadership skills that I developed through past ventures, and apply it to a position that required extensive planning and detail. I also really enjoyed planning events for the community in high school, so this position would allow me to do the same for the GB community.”

Creative Expressions

is responsible for providing opportunities to express yourself through creative and social outlets such as arts and crafts, dances and more. These include take-and-make activities, events like Baby It's Cold Outside, Grad Cap Decorating, Gravedancers Ball, and collaborating at UWGB Nites.

Lacy Ross

Year: Senior
Major: Democracy and Justice Studies
Also Involved In: Feminists 4 Action, Memes for UWGB
Favorite Food: A lot of Turkish foods (vegetarian, of course!)
Dream Job: Lawyer
Why GTP? “I'm super excited to be a programmer for GTP next year because I love the idea of bringing fun events to students. I think that events are important to the college experience and I'm grateful to have the opportunity to contribute to making other students experience more interesting and entertaining.”

 

Mindful Living

brings health and well-being topics to help you throughout your time at UW-Green Bay and ease your way into the world of "adulting"! Event topics include physical and mental health (ex: study skills, meditation), healthy relationships (ex: consent), and life skills (ex: cooking, budgeting).
 

Ben Dresdow

Year: Junior
Major: Psychology
Also Involved In: UWGB Student Ambassador, Psi Chi, Camp Lloyd Buddy
Favorite Movie: Princess Bride
Dream Job: Sports Psychologist
Why GTP? “I was super excited to be part of a team atmosphere where we can come together, and use some creative energy to put on exciting events for people here at GB!”
 

Communications Manager

is responsible for building campus awareness of the mission and purpose of GTP; informing students, faculty, staff, and the media about the organization’s upcoming programming; and developing interest in GTP’s programming successes and achievements in student leadership. The Communications Manager is in charge of updating GTP events on campus calendars as well as table tents. Additionally, they create and publish information on all GTP social media platforms.

Janie Hodny

Year: Sophomore
Major: Communication
Also Involved In: PRSSA, Student Ambassadors
Favorite Food: Steak
Favorite Movie: The Breakfast Club
Why GTP? “I applied for GTP because I attended multiple events and I also thought it would be fun to help plan and advertise fun things going on on campus for students!”
 



Contact Us: by phone: 920-465-2405 or by email: stgtp@uwgb.edu

Stop on by: our office is located in the Union Room UU150