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@lumni Newsletter April 2003
Bay's Largest-ever Class to Graduate in Spring
What happens if it rains? Don't ask. Rain information and more details on the ceremony can be found on the Chancellor's Web site at http://www.uwgb.edu/chancellor/
Matter and Rodesch to Retire
UW-Green Bay Affected
By State Budget Concerns
Please contact your legislators and let them know that further cuts to the UW System, beyond the $250 million in the state budget, will be disastrous for the System and UW-Green Bay. It is also imperative to stress that the $150 million in proposed tuition increases are critically needed to maintain the quality of public higher education in Wisconsin. If you have questions, please contact Dan Spielmann, Director of Government and Community Relations at (920) 465-5025 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.It's Like Having the Pep Band Right on Your Desk!
Bring a little slice of UW-Green Bay to your desktop by checking out the new UW-Green Bay Songs page on the alumni Web site. Both the words and music files for the Phoenix Fight Song and UW-Green Bay's Alma Mater can be found at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/songs.html.
Now an alumni tradition, the Alumni Corn Tent at Bayfest is on again in 2003! The committee overseeing the 2003 Alumni Association Bayfest Corn Tent is currently looking for volunteers for shifts on June 12, 13, 14 or 15. If you or your friends are interested in volunteering for a shift or two, contact the Alumni Office at (920) 465-2586.
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The 22nd Annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing will be held Saturday, June 14th at the Shorewood Golf Course on campus. The outing, which provides funding for alumni scholarships and programming, includes golf, raffles, food, prizes and more.
To register or to sponsor a hole, please contact the Alumni Office at (920) 465-2586 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
New Address? New
Job? Let Us Know
May 24, Noon UW-Green Bay Campus
22nd Annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing
Darrell Johnson '81 is the human resources/operations director for United Building Centers. Johnson has been in the lumber manufacturing business for the past 10 years with multi-state human resource, risk management, and manufacturing operations accountabilities throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. His degree is in public administration.
Dana Beining '95 is an employment consultant with Consulting Experts Inc., Green Bay. Beining majored in psychology and human development and is currently pursuing a master's in educational psychology and vocational rehab through UW-Milwaukee.
Andrea (Van De Walle) Maresh '01 works for Lutheran Social Services, Green Bay. She double-majored in psychology and human development.
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