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Archive for November, 2010
Remember the long walk between Student Services and the Garden Café (for those of you that go way back, we’re referring to Macaroni Hall)?
Well, the hallway is dressed up a bit with nostalgic images.
Read the story and see the images – click here.
UW-Green Bay wants to know how UW-Green Bay changed your life in some significant way (faculty research or encouragement, especially kind or attentive staff member, class that helped you on your career path?). If you have a story, e-mail Director of Admissions, Pam Harvey-Jacobs, email@example.com.
Each year, Career Services conducts a follow-up survey, focusing on the post-graduate status of the previous year’s December, May and August bachelor’s degree candidates. Final results are posted on the Career Services website, with information such as what companies hired, where classmates went to graduate school or what country they are now working in. Click here to see where the graduates are now.
Everyday UW-Green Bay alumni are being recognized for their work, volunteerism, compassion and more: Read below about a few of them we’ve managed to locate.
Have an idea for an alumni feature? E-mail Sue Bodilly, firstname.lastname@example.org and make a suggestion.
|Glen Tilot, ’81 a social worker with Brown County Human Services, was honored as the 2010 Recruitment Partner of the Year by his alma mater.
– Read more.
|By weekday, recent University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduate Chris Dinse is a music teacher in the Green Bay Area Public School District. By weekend, he’s one of 20-plus percussionists spending their free time performing with the Green Bay Packers drumline — the Tundra Line.
– Read more.
|UW-Green Bay faculty member Lucy Arendt (Business Administration) was dispatched as part of a six-member interdisciplinary team to quickly gather data on government response when a magnitude-7.1 earthquake rocked the city of Christchurch, New Zealand on Sept. 4.
– Read more.
|Jason Mancheski ’76 human adaptability, received national accolades for the first of a series of novels. The Chemist, published by Bridgeway Books, won an award for best fiction novel in a contest sponsored by the American Mensa Society. The murder mystery takes place close to Mancheski’s roots, in Green Bay. The optometrist in both Green Bay and Shawano says his interest in deviant behavior dates back to his undergraduate classes at UWGB. The book novel is available at national chains and Amazon.com.|
|Cecily Dawson has a series of articles published on the website “Livestrong.com” of Lance Armstong fame, dedicated to inspire others for a better health through health, fitness, nutrition and other support. Dawson is a registered dietitian and teaches high school health and physical education, and has 17 years of previous experience in collegiate sports medicine (the majority with Green Bay athletics). She received her master’s degree in community human services from UW-Green Bay.
– Read her latest submission.
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