Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Leadership Opportunity: Black and Gold Committee-Lubar School of Business

Black and Gold Committee

The UWM Black and Gold Commission was formed in October 2001. Its charge was to ensure that the quality of the UWM student experience improves as UWM grows in st  The Commission identifies those issues that impede student success and satisfaction and provides action steps for UWM to achieve the outcomes endorsed by the entire campus in adopting the campus investment plan:
The Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business Black & Gold Committee was first established in November 2002. It is charged to ensure that the quality of the UWM student experience in the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business is enhanced.The Black and Gold Commission started with the aspirations set forth in these campus planning documents.

This organization meets once a month in Lubar and focuses on improving students success and becoming active in the Milwuakee community, connecting with UWM Alumni for support and advice and providing members with the tools and resources to achieve these success. 

“UWM will be recognized locally and internationally as an institution which prepares students for meeting lifelong learning goals.
  • Graduation rates will improve
  • Student satisfaction assessments will improve
  • Attainment of program-specific learning outcomes will increase
  • Placement rates for graduates will increase
  • Alumni involvement with UWM will increase
  • Increase Connections and Invest in Diversity

Feel free to contact the committee members with any comments/suggestions via email at

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