Rendering of new building by Workshop Architects of Milwaukee

SNC to break 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. The building is expected to open in time for classes in fall 2025.

Upcoming events
From Cast Iron to Global Brands, the 130-year Partnership of AriensCo and Brillion
Chairman and CEO of AriensCo Daniel T. Ariens talks about innovation as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: ISG, Inc.
Daniel T. Ariens

Different Lenses of Leadership
Chief Operating Officer of Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, L.P. Marti Wronski presents on leadership as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Law Firm of Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry, S.C.
Marti Wronski

What It Takes to Get the NFL Draft to Wisconsin
Gabrielle Dow, vice president of marketing and fan engagement for the Green Bay Packers, speaks about getting the NFL Draft to Wisconsin as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: VerHalen, Inc.
Gabrielle Dow

Leading From the Head to the Heart
Sandy Fragale, CEO of OSMS - Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists, speaks about leadership as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: American National Bank
Sandy Fragale

Win in Today’s Labor Market Through Transparency, Coaching, Culture and Serving Authentically
President and CEO of Bergstrom Automotive Tim Bergstrom talks about the labor market as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Commercial Horizons
Tim Bergstrom

Leadership Amorphous: Connection Through Transformative Growth
Chief Operating Officer of Homesite-CONNECT Sharena Ali presents on leadership as a part of the 2023-24 CEO Breakfast Series.
Sponsored By: Bank First
Sharena Ali

  • MBA 2023 Phil Hauck Scholarship Recipients The newest recipients are Chelsea Dahms, director of programs and operations at the Boys & Girls Club of Door County, and Teresa Adler, donor engagement director for NeighborWorks Green Bay. Dahms is participating in the core program of the Center for Exceptional Leadership, and Adler is pursuing an MBA.
    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.
  • ALUMNI John Koker ’84 retires from UW Oshkosh after 32 years Koker served as a faculty member in the math department, as department chair, a stint as college dean and since 2018 was the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.

    “John is very much a builder,” said UWO Chancellor Andy Leavitt. “Under his leadership, such enduring programs like UWO’s University Studies Program, engineering technology, engineering and many other academic offerings have been created and thrive. His impact on our curriculum will be his legacy.”

    MBA PROGRAM Jose Villa ’24 MBA honored at the 40 Under 40 Awards Insight on Business honored “the accomplishments of young professionals who have made significant civic and professional contributions to their communities” with the awards. Villa is a commercial loan officer at Fox Communities Credit Union.
    ALUMNI Accounting alum elected to regional post Kevin Chiappetta ’85, president of QuantyPhi, said, “I am grateful for the trust placed in me by my peers and I vow to work diligently to uphold the CFA Institute’s mission of fostering a more transparent, fair and trustworthy financial industry. I am determined to leverage my expertise and influence to advocate for the interests of professionals and investors in the Midwestern U.S. subregion.”
  • COMMUNITY Kevin Quinn on economic depression, inflation Kevin Quinn (Schneider School) recently shared expert insights on economic depression and on inflation in economics with MoneyGeek.com.
    BUSINESS SNC alum nominated to join the Automotive Recyclers Association’s (ARA) executive committee Sean Krause ’91 of Speedway Auto, Ltd. in Joliet, Ill, has been nominated to join the Automotive Recyclers Association’s (ARA) executive committee as secretary for 2023-2024. Krause will be formally confirmed to the comittee during the ARA’s 80th Annual Convention and Exposition in October.
    COMMUNITY Kevin Quinn speaks on Packers fans’ feelings toward Rodgers Kevin Quinn (Economics) recently spoke with FOX 11 News on the departure of Packers’ legend Aaron Rodgers. “Time heals all wounds, right? Right now, we're focused on maybe the acrimony that preceded this, and it's been a few years of this really,” said Quinn. “Not terribly different from those that remember what happened with Brett Favre -- he was retiring, he wasn't retiring -- people were kind of tired of that, but I think up until recently, Brett Favre was still regarded as somebody that was a Green Bay hero, and I expect that's going to happen with Aaron Rodgers.”
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