${imgalt}Entrepreneurship Runs in the Family Larry ’68 and Kathy Gentine like to focus their philanthropic efforts on projects and initiatives they can see as much as feel. In the Entrepreneurship Center within the Schneider School of Business & Economics, the Gentines have found a project that strikes at the core motivations of their family. Read more.
${imgalt}From resident assistants to legacy gift donors A lot has transpired in the 15 years since Bob ’09 and Renee ’11 (Wenig) Vickman met during his junior year and her freshman year at St. Norbert College. The constant throughout has been their commitment to supporting the college, which they recently cemented by making a gift plan in their new will. Read more.
${imgalt}Paying it forward since 2009 An associate director for the Kohler Company, Sara Barron ’07 owes her career growth to her strong Catholic education, including a business degree from St. Norbert College. Although she had a strong high school GPA, she was the oldest of 11 children living on a modest Wisconsin dairy farm; therefore, her college experience was only made possible through the generous financial assistance she received from donors. Read more.
${imgalt}Giving back to recognize a special relationship To say Dr. Ben Chu’s life journey has spanned a wide range of locales and challenges is an understatement. The 1955 St. Norbert College graduate came to De Pere from Wah Yan College (Afternoon School), a Jesuit Catholic High School in Hong Kong, and has forged a distinguished career in the United States. Read more.
${imgalt}Helping students enjoy trips of a lifetime Back when Tim Reilley ’52 was the director of seminary at St. Norbert Abbey in 1960, he saw a need to encourage seminarians to expand their world beyond the safe, friendly confines of the building. Read more.
${imgalt}Standout Student spring 2023: Gabriel Olsen When asked how SNC prepared him for the future, Gabriel said, “The critical thinking involved with my majors was really stressed at St. Norbert. They gave me prompts, but it was up to me to decide how to solve the problem.” Read more.
${imgalt}Building on Captain Valentine's spirit of giving When Mary Harp-Jirschele ’76 was a young adult, she witnessed the joy of giving that her father, Jim Harp ’54, experienced every Valentine’s Day. Read more.
${imgalt}Giving from the heart Kurt Voss gets a warm feeling every time he financially supports the Cassandra Voss Center. His reaction is understandable given that the facility named for his late daughter has become nationally respected as a home for innovative programming on issues including gender, sexuality, identity, justice, race and politics. Read more.
${imgalt}Honoring a newspaper man at heart Long before he served as the highly influential chairman of the Green Bay Redevelopment Authority, Harry Maier was known throughout the community as the business reporter for the Green Bay Press-GazetteRead more.
${imgalt}Standout Student summer 2022: Cara Steiner

As Cara shares, “I’ve been a member of the Ballroom Club at St. Norbert since my first year. It’s always been my goal to be president, but I was shy and didn’t know if I could make that happen.” Read more.


${imgalt}“Giving gives you more back than you give out”

What has kept Ed ’71 and Ann Sturzl ’72 connected with and contributing to St. Norbert College for more than five decades? Here, Ed reflects on a lifetime of giving back through time, talent and treasure – a tribute to his small-town roots. Read more.

${imgalt}Scholarship focused on non-profit leadership attracts regional talent to MBA program The Schneider School’s MBA program is helping build the foundations for secure housing in Fox Valley. Lisa Strandberg, community engagement director of the housing nonprofit Pillars, is being funded, in part, through her St. Norbert MBA by the Phil Hauck Scholarship for Nonprofit Leaders. Read more.
${imgalt}Standout Student Spring 2022: Austin Knuth

As Austin explains, “I feel most comfortable in Old St. Joe’s. I was confirmed there, and it has a deep connection to my family.” Read more.



${imgalt}Mission-focused trustee gift fosters equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging A $300,000 gift will power a new fund dedicated to mission-aligned faculty development in equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging (EDIB). The endowment comes from Karen McDiarmid ’75, a college trustee. McDiarmid says, “I hope the story we tell today through this endowment helps form the future.” Read more.
${imgalt}The forecast is bright

Nine students are finishing a year’s worth of projects analyzing data and forecasting. They’re not solving course prompts or hypothetical questions, but working side-by-side with regional companies to plot future business strategies. Read more. 



${imgalt}Legacy giving to 'support what matters' Longtime Green Bay-area businessman, avid fisherman and St. Norbert College trustee Ed Thompson wants his family’s legacy to strengthen the future of the institution he has grown to cherish. He joins the growing number of alumni and community members ensuring that a strong St. Norbert College continues for generations to come. Read more.
${imgalt}Lewis family honors late father with gift to St. Norbert College to support student emergency needs ’Tis the season for giving, and the family of the late Wm. “Red” Lewis of Green Bay wants to make sure their gifts help students attending St. Norbert College continue their educational journey, despite any financial bumps in the road that they might experience. Read more. 
${imgalt}Legacy gift made in the name of SNC student
As the mom of Ashley Haws ’09, Sharon Haws gives us a look inside her daughter’s college experience at St. Norbert College and talks about the decision to utilize her trust to fund a scholarship established for Ashley after she passed. Watch the video.