Join other UWL alumni in the Milwaukee area at a networking event on February 27 at Suite 414 in Milwaukee from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. The interim dean of the College of Science and Health, Mark Sandheinrich, will share some of the exciting things happening in the college.
Suite 414 is a premium event space in the historic Stock-house Building in the Schlitz Brewery complex now known as Schlitz Park. UWL alumni and friends will experience a taste of history that “made Milwaukee Famous”.
Suite 414 also serves as the Milwaukee Bucks Preview Center, where visitors can explore the details of the new Milwaukee Bucks arena. The Preview Center serves as an interactive education and sales platform for the new arena while articulating the project's transformational impact on Downtown Milwaukee. The space allows visitors to experience virtual tours of the facility and gain a tactile feel through the fully built replica of a customizable luxury suite. UWL alum James Herro who serves as a Senior Sales Consultant for the Bucks will be on hand to answer questions and assist in making this memorable experience for participants.
Tuesday, February 27
1543 North 2nd Street - 4th floor
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Cost to attend: $10 per person. Appetizers provided, cash bar available.
All alumni and friends are welcome to attend!
Take Water Street to Cherry Street passing Manpower Group on the left & arriving at the entrance
to Schlitz Park. Follow the sign to the Brown Bottle|Suite 414 is located in the same building.
Free designated visitor parking on 2nd street in the surface lot on the corner of 2nd & Galena.
Enter through the glass doors of the Stockhouse building, left down the hall past the coffee shop & Brown Bottle to the elevators to the 4th floor.
Exit left to Suite 414.
Note: If you are registering more than one person, each person must be entered separately. At this time the online registration system doesn’t allow for multiple attendees on one transaction. Please call our office at 608-785-8489 to register over the phone if this in issue. Thank you for your patience!