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Archive for June, 2008

NCAA gives UW-Green Bay student-athletes high marks for classroom work

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Phoenix athletes continue to rank well above national averages in a report that measures academic progress of student-athletes in NCAA Division I sports. Read more.

Brodziski named state Student Employee of the Year

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Brittany BrodziskiBrittany Brodziski, a 20-year-old junior from Spencer, Wis., won both UW-Green Bay’s Student Employee of the Year Award and the State Student Employee of the Year Award. The chemistry major is now up for the national title. She topped 91 other candidates from seven Wisconsin institutions that submitted nominees to the state competition. Read more.

Be A Volunteer – Support your Alma Mater

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Interested in learning more about connecting and serving your alma mater? Visit the Alumni Website and consider volunteering your time and talent to benefit your University and fellow graduates.

Alumni Association Mission Statement

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

The Alumni Association exists to promote the general welfare and success of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and its graduates. The Association is committed to furthering the development of the University by actively cultivating support and involvement among alumni, students, faculty, staff and the community.

In accomplishing this, the Association will:

  • Provide opportunities for communication and interaction between the University, its alumni and students.
  • Assist the University with its friend and fund raising activities.
  • Foster recognition of the academic excellence and accomplishments of the University, its alumni and students.
  • Actively communicate and represent the views of the alumni to the University concerning matters that affect its future.
  • Serve as an advocate of the University to the community.

Whatever you do, DON’T become a lost alumni

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

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Alumni Events – Mark your calendars

Monday, June 2nd, 2008
June 13 Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Outing,
Royal Scot Golf Course, New Franken
June 17 Alumni Association Board of Directors Meeting
July 24-25 Grandparent’s University, UW-Green Bay Campus
August 24 Alumni Reception, Trout Springs Winery
September 10 University Union Renovation Grand Opening
September 16 Alumni Association Board of Directors Meeting
October 30 Madison-area Alumni Reception

Class Notes

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Lynne Cunningham ’74 urban analysis, is executive director of The Enterprising Kitchen, Chicago. The nonprofit enterprise makes natural soaps and spa products, and provides workforce development and support services to women working toward economic independence.

Michael Petersen ’85 communication and the arts, is co-author of a law review article detailing past problems in legal education and proposing strategies for improvement. The article, “A Legal Education Renaissance: A Practical Approach for the Twenty-First Century,” can be accessed at www.wmitchell.edu/ler.

Susan M. Zellner ’99 communication and the arts, shares word that she received the 2007 Rising Star Award at National Philanthropy Day in Wilmington, Del., hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Brandywine Chapter. The award recognizes a fundraising executive with five years or less experience who shows strong leadership potential. She is employed at the Delaware Art Museum as the manager of major gifts.

Anne Schauer ’00 environmental science and ’02 environmental science and policy, was featured in Marquette Engineering Magazine, Fall/Winter 2007. She is working on her doctorate in environmental engineering, studying ways to get more methane production from the breakdown of agricultural waste. Read the full story at Marquette Engineering Magazine.

To see more class notes, or to submit your own, go online to the Alumni Relations Web site.