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Aaron Kupsky '23
BUSINESS

MBA program candidate started classes only to find out that his boss was one of the professors

Aaron Kupsky ’23 and Sachin Shivaram, CEO purchasing manager at Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry and MBA adjunct professor, share their experience with the MBA program at the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics at St. Norbert College. Watch the video.

Upcoming events
SEPT.8
Constellation Energy – The best kept secret in Green Bay!
Senior vice president of retail at Constellation Dan Verbanac talks about his company within the Green Bay area landscape as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Commercial Horizons
Dan Verbanac

SEPT.27
Building Community Through Collaboration
Maria Van Laanen, president and CEO of Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, speaks on collaboration as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: American National Bank
Maria Van Laanen

OCT.20
Festival Foods: A Culture of Service
President and CEO of Skogen’s Festival Foods Mark Skogen presents on service as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Nicolet National Bank
Mark Skogen

NOV.3
War for Talent
Wipfli’s Kurt Gresens presents as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Kurt Gresens

DEC.6
Leading During Times of Change
Ron Dunford, president and CEO of Schreiber Foods, discusses leadership through change as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry
Ron Dunford

JAN.10
Innovate – what are you waiting for?
The president of KBX Logistics Paul Snider talks innovation as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Bank First
Paul Snider

FEB.22
Driving Growth in an Age-old Industry
Sachin Shivaram, CEO or Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., presents as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: J.P. Morgan
Sachin Shivaram

MAR.23
Leading Through the Great ‘Exploration’
Oshkosh Corporation’s Emma McTague presents as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Emma McTague

APR.26
Purpose-Driven Leadership
Laura Kohler, senior vice president of human resources, stewardship and sustainability at Kohler Co., speaks on leadership as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry
Laura Kohler

MAY24
Out of the Box: A New Vision
CEO of Shopko Optical Russ Steinhorst presents as a part of the 2022-23 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: VerHalen
Russ Steinhorst

News
  • ECONOMICS SNC professor weighs in on economic input of conflict in Ukraine Marc Schaffer (Economics, CBEA) discusses the expected economic impacts that the conflict in Ukraine will have on supply chains and oil prices in Wisconsin.
    LEADERSHIP Registration opens for next Program for Inclusive Excellence The Program for Inclusive Excellence, a six-month, cohort-based program designed to help organizational leaders cultivate a more inclusive work environment, is now taking registration for its Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 cohorts. This program is designed to deepen understanding of critical issues related to identity, encourage meaningful partnerships and collaborations, and share ways to make an impact in the communities served by participating organizations.
    ACCOUNTING SNC students now have free access to UiPath Studio and StudioX SNC students now have free access to UiPath Studio and StudioX Zoe Zhao (Accounting) is now teaching the basics of these mainstream platforms in the accounting and auditing fields in her Accounting Information Systems and Accounting Data Analytics courses, preparing students to, ultimately, sit for the UiPath certificate exam.
  • BUSINESS Scholarship focused on non-profit leadership attracts regional talent to MBA program New Phil Hauck Scholarship recipient Lisa Strandberg, of Pillars, is already finding application for her MBA studies in her development role at the Fox-Cities housing non-profit.
    ECONOMICS Missed the Schneider School’s looked-for annual State of the Economy event? Key topics, including gross domestic product, unemployment and inflation, and major economic changes with short-term effects are covered in this recording of the presentation. Offered by SNC’s Center for Business & Economic Analysis, this invaluable survey is designed both for area professionals looking for region-specific economic data and for individuals who are generally interested in the state of the country’s economy.
    RESEARCH Faculty study published in The CASE Journal Gabe Licht and Jamie O’Brien (Business Administration) had their case study published on the miracle landing of UA 232 in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1989 in The CASE Journal. It covers group dynamics, trust and psychological safety.
  • SCHOLARSHIP Book proceeds benefit nonprofit leaders Proceeds from a book written by Phil Hauck about the history of key businesses in Green Bay will benefit the Phil Hauck Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund is set up to help nonprofits to develop leadership skills through the Center for Exceptional Leadership.
    ECONOMICS Business prof brings supply-chain expertise to regional conversation The Schneider School’s Gerry Aase (Business Administration) facilitated an on-campus panel on “Mitigation Strategies for Supply-Chain Issues.” Regional business leaders shared updates on supply-chain challenges that businesses are facing in the midst of the pandemic.
    RECRUITMENT SNC co-sponsors regional Talent Day St. Norbert College was one of five presenting sponsors for a Talent Day organized by Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce. The event helped raise awareness of the hardships area employers are facing with talent attraction and retention.
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