The     The Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (WAEE)
 
 
 

The Kohl Center

  • 27 Jul 2016
  • 12:00 PM
  • UW Madison

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The Kohl Center, opened in 1998, is the home for the UW men's, and women's basketball teams, and the men's hockey teams. Since opening, the building has held up as one of the finest on-campus facilities in all of collegiate athletics. Areas specific to the UW programs were designed by the Wisconsin coaches with the programs in mind. From computers to lounge areas to audio/video systems, the Kohl Center provides everything under one roof. In addition to the competitive floor, the Kohl Center houses state-of-the-art practice facilities, the Fetzer Academic Center, athletic training and rehabilitation facilities, strength and conditioning training areas, newly remodeled locker rooms and coaching staff offices.

Please join the WAEE for our next monthly meeting to learn about the Kohl Center and tour the facility.

We will be meeting for lunch at the Nitty Gritty prior to the presentation and tour of the Kohl Center.

LOCATION: 

Lunch - Noon - Nitty Gritty, 223 N Frances St, Madison

Presentation and Tour - Immediately following lunch - The Kohl Center - 601 W Dayton St, Madison

PARKING:

Public parking is available in Lot 46, 301 N Lake Street.

Parking fees must be paid individually.  The WAEE encourages car pooling to minimize travel expenses and protect the environment.

COST:

Free for WAEE members, corporate sponsors, and guests

$15.00 for non-members

Parking is NOT included

AGENDA:

12:00 Registration and Lunch - Nitty Gritty

12:45 Chapter Business - Nitty Gritty

1:15 Presentation and Tour of the Kohl Center, Michael Hallberg, Facility Manager, University of Wisconsin Athletics

BOARD MEETING:

The WAEE board will meet at 10:30 at the Nitty Gritty.  Anyone interested in learning more about our chapter or getting more involved is welcome to attend.  The board is comprised of energy industry professionals who volunteer their time to promote education and awareness in the energy industry.

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