Good Times Programming


Who Are We:

We are the campus activities board for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
We are here to bring you fun events on and off campus.

The Coffeehouse Programmer

plans and coordinates the Groovin Grounds coffeehouse series, as well as other programs for that venue. Coffeehouse arranges for a combination of national acts and local talent to bring a fresh sound to campus.
 

Dylan Kramer

Year: Super Senior
Major: Social Work & Psychology
Favorite food: Brats 
Favorite thing to do: Say, “howdy-doo bucka-roos”
Favorite day of the week: Monday
Hobby: Origami 
Certifications: Ladder Certified 
 

The Innovative Sounds Programmer

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

Allison Degner

Year: Junior
Major: Psychology 
President of UWGB Hip Hop Team
Favorite school supply: glitter glue
Favorite events: Fly by Midnight and The Oxleys
Favorite music: alt rock, pop (all the bops) 
 

Lively Arts and Issues

programming involves the presentation of discussions, debates, or performances that embrace arts, diversity, and other well-timed topics important to campus and society. This coordinator also presents entertainment suitable to a coffeehouse environment and the annual winter event “Baby It’s Cold Outside”. 
 

Wattana Chairin

Year: Junior
Major: Economics 
Hometown: Bangkok, Thailand
Favorite movie: Kill Bill
Favorite song: Let’s Go Crazy - Prince
Least favorite food: Kale
Reason for living: Tea!
 

The Outdoor Adventure and Travel Programmer

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. 
 

Justin Brantmeier

Year: Sophomore
Major: Mechanical Engineering
President of Longboard Club
Kress Rockwall Attendant 
Pets: 1 yellow lab, 2 cats, 1 goldfish, and 1 beta fish.
Hobby: Hammocking
First concert attended: Alice Cooper & Iron Maiden


Variety Entertainment

hosts comedians, magicians, novelty performers, variety programs, contests, and homegrown programming. Variety Entertainment has the unique ability to program anything that does not fit in another area.
 

Mikayla Bowe

Year: Junior
Major/Minor: English Education Major with a double minor in secondary education and sociology.
Favorite Program: Found Footage. Just kidding, it was Iliza
Favorite Movie: Halloween 
Favorite things: Cats and cute things!
 

Weekend and Late Nights Programmer

is responsible for coordinating weekend or late night programming, including working with Student Life on UWGB Nites and planning traditional GTP programs, like the Grave Dancers Ball, as well as implementing new programs.
 

Nicole Khoury

Year: Junior
Major: Communication (Emphasis in Mass Media) 
Hobby: I love concerts, more concerts, and Summerfest, where there are concerts. 
Likes: Cats, gel pens, the color purple. 
 

Media and Promotions Specialist

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 Media and Promotions Specialist 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.

Kenzie Ostien

Year: Senior
Majors: Environmental Science & Environmental Engineering & Technology 
Favorite things: dancing in the rain, concerts, & puppies.
Favorite karaoke songs: Jukebox Hero, Take Me Home, Country Roads, Eastbound & Down, and Love is Strange.
 

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. 

Emily Walczak

Year: Junior
Major: Business Administration, Marketing, Management, Entrepreneurship Emphases
Favorite event: Baby it’s cold outside (BICO)
Favorite movie: Mary Poppins
 




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