UWSP Anderson Classroom to Career Center



Our donors help us provide unique experiences for our students and bring valuable expertise to our programs. This support gives our students the skills to excel. In the School of Business and Economics our donors truly do make a difference! KEITH AND TAMMY ANDERSON In 2018, Keith and Tammy Anderson committed $1 million to establish the Anderson Classroom to Career (C2C) Center . The center equips School of Business and Economics students with the tools and strategies needed to launch their careers and follow their dreams. The C2C Center officially opened its doors on Oct. 4, 2019, on the first floor of the College of Professional Studies Building. A 1985 business administration graduate, Keith had a successful career as a top executive with companies all over the United States. Keith recently retired as executive vice president of operations from NVR, Inc., one of the nation’s largest homebuilding and mortgage- banking companies. Keith serves on the School of Business and Economics Business Advisory Council. Keith and Tammy return to Stevens Point a few times each year to participate in our Senior Banquets.

Keith and Tammy Anderson cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the Anderson Classroom to Career (C2C) Center.

RAY MUNDT Alum Ray Mundt graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 1953 with a degree in mathematics. His career included serving as president, CEO and COO at ALCO Standard Corporation. A generous estate gift from Ray and Ruth Mundt created the Mundt Career-Readiness Program for School of Business and Economics students.

MARK AND JULIE SMILEY UW-Stevens Point alumni Mark ’85 (business administration) and

Julie ’87 (communication) Smiley founded Badger Paperboard Inc., a manufacturing company headquartered in Port Washington. Mark has participated in many alumni panel discussions, which led to the Smileys’ support of student programming now known as the Smiley Professional Events .



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