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@lumni Newsletter March 2004
UW-Green Bay Director of Annual Giving Shane Kohl proudly announces a one-evening, record amount of pledges. The previous one-night high of $4,730 was blown away by the $6,195 pledged last Tuesday night (Feb. 24).
callers say "Mueller Match" making a difference
through March 11
named 'Distinguished Alumni'
Akiwowo, a clinical psychologist, founded Alajobi Rehabilitative Services, Chicago, in 1994, fulfilling a lifelong dream to personally and directly impact the cycle of hopelessness facing abused and neglected children whom he had long served at the hospitals he worked for. He is the president and CEO of the organization which is a not for profit welfare and community mental health agency, licensed by the state of Illinois. His research in child maltreatment and his innovative, therapeutic approaches to treating and preventing child abuse have earned him international recognition.
He earned a bachelor's degree in managerial systems at UW-Green Bay, followed by a master's degree at UW-Milwaukee and a Ph.D. at Loyola University of Chicago in Counseling Psychology.
Join us! March
20 is the 2004 Alumni Awards and Recognition Dinner
March 20, 2004
To register or learn more, contact Mark Brunette, Director of Donor and Alumni Relations, at (920) 465-2586, or e-mail at email@example.com.
UW-Green Bay well in Regent testimony
get 'Return to Wisconsin' break on non-resident tuition
March Madness turns
talk to tournament time
The Phoenix women will host the winner of Youngstown State vs. Wright State in a quarterfinal game on Thursday, March 4 at 7 p.m. at the Phoenix Sports Center, on campus. Semifinals (Sunday, March 7) and finals (Monday, March 8) will be at UW-Milwaukee or at the highest remaining seed, should UWM fall in the opening round.
Will the Phoenix women hoist the hardware again this year? Check out more photos from the 2003 Horizon League championship game at http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/news/photoarch/events/championgame.htm.
The Phoenix men will play the winner of Butler and Youngstown State on Friday, March 5 at a site TBD. The quarterfinals and semifinals will be in Indianapolis if Butler advances. If Butler loses its first round game, Friday and Saturday's games will move to the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. The Tuesday, March 9 Championship game will be hosted by Butler, if the Bulldogs advance, or by the highest remaining seed. The game will be televised live on ESPN at 8 p.m. CST.
What's on the Horizon?
But he did share his perspectives on the League's future, the importance of UW-Green Bay to the League, the urgency of the Phoenix Sports Center expansion to the future of the UWGB campus, and the name change from the MCC to the Horizon League. Click on http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/lecrone/ to read LeCrone's view.
swimming and diving teams
Night / Saturday, March 20
25th Anniversary Reception and
Bayfest 2004 / Thursday through Sunday, June 10-13
Scholarship Golf Outing / Saturday, June 12
For more information on alumni events or activities, contact director of alumni relations Mark Brunette at 920-465-2586.
Jennifer (Schwartz) Jarock '93 is the government affairs director for the Brown County Home Builders Association. She majored in political science. Her husband Joel '94 is also a UWGB graduate, and a math major. He teaches math in the Pulaski School District.
Ryan Kauth '96 is the executive director of the Federal Chamber of Commerce in San Diego, California. Both he and his wife, Tamara (Eisner) Kauth, earned their degrees in human biology.
Joele Kay Farnham '98 is working toward her jurist doctorate at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. She double-majored in social change and development and political science.
Joe Pieper '99 is the small business banking manager for Associated Bank's South Central Region based in Madison. He oversees all aspects of small business lending throughout Associated Bank's 25 branch offices in south central Wisconsin. He has worked in other capacities for Associated Bank for four years. Pieper majored in economics.
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