Five area educators, representing schools and industry, received their degrees in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning from UW-Green Bay this spring. Each graduate completed their professional projects as part of the requirement for graduation. The graduates and their projects are listed below:

Corey Livieri, Teacher, Edgerton School District, “Farming Learning: Bringing Agricultural Education to South Central Wisconsin’s Youth”

Susan Daniels, UW-Green Bay graduate, “Discovery Who I Am: A Journey to Empowerment for Oneida Nation Youth”

Robert Fish, Title V11 Teacher, Green Bay Area Public School, “Native Values and Pedagogy in Practice”

Leah Stroobants, Executive Host, Oneida Casino, “Soaring Eagles Workshop – Improving the academic achievement rates of First Nations students enrolled in the Green Bay public education system”

Daniel Terrio, Youth Development Coordinator, Green Bay Chamber of Commerce, “Leadership Development through Service and Project Based Learning”