Rendering of new building by Workshop Architects of Milwaukee

SNC breaks ground on business building thanks to gift from Schneider family

The campus’s northwest bank of the Fox River will soon be home to the new Donald & Patricia Schneider Family Hall, thanks to a lead gift from the Schneider family. Groundbreaking happened on May 13, 2024, and the building is expected to open in time for classes in fall 2025. 

Image courtesy of Workshop.

Upcoming events
  • ACADEMICS SNC students present to MLB executives Five SNC students – representing programs like data analytics, sports management, economics and computer science – competed in Phoenix as part of the SABR Analytics Conference with a presentation to MLB executives. They worked on this project with faculty advisors Marc Schaffer (Data Analytics and Economics) and Alexia Lopes (Business Administration).
    NON-PROFIT Spring 2024 Phil Hauck Scholarship recipient announced The most recent recipient of the Phil Hauck Scholarship at St. Norbert College is Nate Tackaberry '10, regional philanthropy officer for the American Red Cross. Tackaberry is in his final semester of MBA studies through SNC's Schneider School of Business & Economics, graduating in May 2024.
    LEADERSHIP Milwaukee Brewers COO Speaks During CEO Breakfast Series Milwaukee Brewers Chief Operating Officer Marti Wronski ’94 spoke to a sold-out room at St. Norbert College (SNC) as part of the college’s 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series. Wronski said that she didn’t start in leadership or seek it out, but “then came the Brewers.”
  • FACULTY Lopes publishes on the migration of motocross, supercross athletes to U.S. Alexia Lopes (Business Administration), in collaboration with Khalid Ballouli and Brian Mihalik, had an article published in the journal “Sport and Society.” The article, titled “Push–pull Analysis of Motocross and Supercross Athletes’ Migration to the United States,” focuses on using the push-pull framework on the specific example of labor migration seen among motocross and supercross athletes. Aside from teaching general business courses, Lopes teaches certain courses that are part of the college’s new sports management minor.
    FACULTY Stollak weighs in on shortened workweek Matthew Stollak (Business Administration) spoke with Insight magazine to discuss the benefits of a shorter workweek. Shorter work hours translate to health benefits, Stollak says, but as the way we work has changed, considerations around the 40-hour workweek should also include discussions about the modern-day ubiquity of work tasks.
    COMMUNITY St. Norbert College and Universidad Panamericana formalize new educational partnership St. Norbert College welcomed a delegation from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico in October 2023 to solidify a new partnership between the two institutions. The collaboration aims to foster short-term programs for Universidad Panamericana students, provide English as a Second Language instruction for Universidad Panamericana faculty and staff, offer Global Seminars for St. Norbert College students, encourage joint faculty research, and establish student exchange programs.
  • COMMUNITY St. Norbert College Ranked as a top Catholic Liberal Arts College by U.S. News & World Report The 2023-24 U.S. News & World Report best college rankings have been released, and St. Norbert College is listed among the top 100 national liberal arts colleges for the first time. St. Norbert, listed in the top tier, moved up 17 spots and is ranked 93 overall for liberal arts colleges in the U.S. It is among the top 10 Catholic liberal arts colleges in the country, coming in tied for eighth.
    FACULTY SNC professor publishes article about equal pay in women’s sports Alexia Lopes (Business Administration), along with Ben Pinicus and Martha Brown, had an article titled “One Nation, One Team: The U.S. Women’s National Team’s Equal Pay Victory and Its Broader Impact” published in Case Studies in Sport Management (CSSM) journal’s special “Business of Women’s Sport” issue. Lopes will be teaching courses for SNC’s sports management minor, which launches fall 2023.
    COMMUNITY Green Bay named the number one place to live by the U.S. News and World Report The ranking came after the news organization analyzed the 150 most populous metro areas in the country. “This city boasts a thriving entertainment and arts scene, revitalized downtown, and two college campuses, creating an energy that may appeal to young families as well as retirees,” the publication stated.
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