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@lumni Newsletter May 2003
a Record Breaker
The featured speaker Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton, serving as the Commencement Speaker, urged graduates to open the doors of democracy for themselves and future generations. Lawton is the first woman elected lieutenant governor in the State of Wisconsin.
Chancellor's Awards Chancellor Bruce Shepard presented Chancellor's Awards to Thomas L. Olson (shown at left) and Gary R. Weidner. Olson is a charter member of the Chancellor's Council of Trustees. Weidner, who passed away in January, was a long-time supporter of UW-Green Bay, and the son of founding chancellor, Edward Weidner.
Student Speaker and Outstanding Student Award Additional commencement speakers included student speaker Christopher Barlow of Green Bay and Outstanding Student Award recipient Chad Griepentrog of Spencer. (Shown left to right: Christopher Barlow, Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton, Chancellor Bruce Shepard, University of Wisconsin System Regent Gerard Randall, and Chad Griepentrog.)
Alumni Association Seeks Board Candidates
New Address? New Job? Let Us Know
Campus Photo of
Now an alumni tradition, the Alumni Corn Tent at Bayfest is on again in 2003! The committee overseeing this year's 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.
Golf Outing Set for June
June 12-15, 2003 UW-Green Bay Campus
22nd Annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing
Scott Emerson '89 was recently hired by USAV Group, New Berlin, Wis., as a video producer. His work includes projects for several international corporate clients. He earned his degree in communication processes.
Theresa Ehrke '99 is a compliance and administration analyst for American Family Financial Services of Madison. Ehrke, who will be getting married in April 2004, spent the previous few years working for the State of Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions as a bank examiner. Her degree is in business administration.
Jeremy Cleven '01 received his master of liberal studies degree in Sport Management from Valparaiso University. He will work as an intern athletic trainer at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. His undergraduate degree is in human biology.
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