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@lumni Newsletter May 2004

[ Alumni News | Alumni Events | Class Notes ]

Alumni News

UW-Green Bay staff and faculty on UW Spirit Day

A spirited event
About 35 staff members and a few faculty gathered on UW Spirit Day (May 7) to show their spirit and allegiance to UW-Green Bay or their own UW alma maters. The event was held across the state to showcase and celebrate the contributions of the nearly 500,000 UW alumni who live and work in Wisconsin. In downtown Green Bay, graduates from UW-Green Bay, UW-Stevens Point and UW-Platteville stopped to celebrate at Oxford's Pub and Grill. Spirit Day will become an annual event.

Where's life leading you?
The UW-Green Bay Human Development Program in partnership with friends from Japan are in search of the answer. Consider taking part in an online Life Goals Survey involving UWGB alumni and college alumni in Japan to better understand factors that influence life goals throughout adulthood. The survey asks about your most important life goals as well as other personal characteristics such as health status, interpersonal relationships, spirituality, and ethnic identity. It takes about 30 to 45 minutes to complete. You can participate in this exciting international project by clicking on the following link that takes you to the consent form and then onto the survey: http://www.uwgb.edu/gerontology/forms/consentform.htm. Thank you for doing UW-Green Bay proud!

Bayfest corntent volunteersCorny alums still needed
It's not too late to volunteer in the corn tent for Bayfest. Organizers of the Alumni Association's annual Bayfest Corn Tent are hoping to (h)ear from you. Risk being creamed or stalked if you don't volunteer. The work is a bit slick but bushels of fun. Shucks — you can even volunteer online. Go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/forms/corntent.htm and fill out a volunteer form. Shifts are only 3 hours. Parking and admission into Bayfest are free. Bring a friend, or two, or more. Wearing the goofy uniform is not mandatory!

Call Mark Brunette at (920) 465-2586, or e-mail alumni@uwgb.edu if you have questions. Don't back yourself into a (corn)er by waiting until the good shifts are taken. Set your (corn)eas on Bayfest, June 10-13!

It's tee-time! Bring your friends but leave the crumpets at home
Shorewood Golf Course logoJoin us Saturday, June 12 at the Shorewood Golf Course for the 24th Annual Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Outing. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. with tee-off at 1:30 p.m. It is a four-person scramble with food, beverage, prizes, contests and more. Following the outing, head down to Bayfest for an evening of music and entertainment. Register online at www.uwgb.edu/alumni/forms/golfouting.htm. Holes sponsors and door prizes are welcome. Call Mark Brunette at (920) 465-2586, or e-mail alumni@uwgb.edu if you have questions.


New address? New job? Let us know.
Don't become a lost alum! Updating your alumni information is just a click away by completing the Alumni Update Form at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/updates/. It only takes a few minutes and it helps ensure that you continue to receive alumni and University mailings and information. Feel free to pass along the Web-link to friends and co-workers who are UWGB graduates.

Phoenix Network logoVolunteer at the Phoenix Network
UWGB Career Services is calling all alums. Current students and fellow graduates want your expertise and assistance with job decisions and opportunities for networking. The Phoenix Network is a computerized program designed to assist students and alumni with career planning and job search related needs by connecting them with individuals who are successfully employed in areas of interest. To learn more about the Phoenix Network, link to the Web site http://www.uwgb.edu/careers/Phoenix_Info.htm or call UWGB Career Services at (920) 465-2163.

Big savings for UWGB alumni at the Phoenix Bookstore
The big sale is over but alumni are still eligible for a 10% discount on all apparel and gifts. The bookstore is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Or go online for your favorite UWGB memorabilia at http://www.thephoenixbookstore.com/. Please note that when ordering online, the 10% discount will be reflected on your final statement included with your purchase. You must however indicate you are a "UW-Green Bay Alumni" in the "special notes" box when checking out of the order.

 

Alumni Events

Alumni Events you don't want to miss:

• UWGB Downtown: Connecting for Lunch, Celebrate Slovakia — Thursday, June 17
Register online at: http://www.uwgb.edu/outreach/events/downtownLunch.htm

• Soccer Homecoming Weekend — Friday and Saturday, September 3 and 4

• AlumniFest — Saturday, October 16

For more information on alumni events or activities, go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/news-events/calendar.asp.

 

Class Notes

Richard Penney '74 moved to San Diego and will serve as the affiliate director of Destination ImagiNation for California. He retired from a 30-year teaching career in Northeastern Wisconsin (Denmark and Brillion). He majored in ecosystem analysis.

Jeffrey Herold '75 is a senior account manager in airline sales with Galileo International, located in Rosemont, IL. Herold majored in modernization processes.

Lisa (Karcz) Starbuck '93 is a strategy and research manager with ENCAD, Inc. &3151; a Kodak Company in San Diego, Calif. Lisa married last spring and is a math major.

Tom Ingman '94 is the human resources director for Kerry Ingredients in Beloit. His degree is in business administration.

Darryl Stich '97 returned last fall from Operation Iraqi Freedom. A lieutenant in the United States Navy Dental Corps, Stich served as a member of a surgical company supporting U.S. Marines as they advanced from Kuwait to Baghdad. He is currently completing his military commitment as a general dentist in the 23rd Dental Company at the Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force Training Command in Twentynine Palms, Calif. He is married to Christine (Kettler) '99. Darryl, a human biology major, received his D.D.S. from Marquette University in 2001. Christine received a M.A. in community counseling from Marquette in 2001 after graduating from UWGB with a psychology degree. They will be living and working in the Milwaukee area this summer.

Jaana (Shingledecker) Huggins '01 is a team leader with Progressive Insurance in Chicago. She majored in communication processes.

Angela Wians '01 is a case manager/social worker for Lutheran Social Services in Shawano. She majored in human development.

Cory Zibung '01 works in Green Bay for Mead & Hunt, Inc. as a civil engineering technician. He majored in environmental policy and planning.

Johnathon Leonard '02 is an executive assistant manager with Walgreens in Oshkosh. He majored in business administration.

Shanna Puls '02 works for Sysco Foods of Jackson, Wis. as a marketing assistant and graphic designer. Her degree is in communications and the arts.

John William '02 works for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as a M/JAVA developer/analyst in Bay Pines, Florida. He majored in business administration and computer science.

Yuliya Dolgaya '03, who came to UW-Green Bay as an international student from Kazakhstan, works for Woodmen Financial Resources as a financial planning assistant. She plans to pursue an MBA degree at Marquette University in fall of 2004. Dolgaya's degree is in business administration.

Nicole LeRoy '03 works as a cost accountant for Eggers Industries in Manitowoc. She majored in accounting.

Kristine Polland '03 works in the Minneapolis area for Seanote Cruises as an event coordinator. Her major is communication processes with a minor in business administration.

Kyle Rainwater '03 is a sales representative with the Softchoice Corporation in Chicago. He majored in business administration.

Stacy Scott '03 is a social studies intern and teaches sophomore-level U.S. History at Oconto Falls High School. Her degree is history.

John Trevarthen '03 works in northeast Wisconsin as a healthcare representative with Pfizer, Inc. His degree is in business administration.

Stacie (Gabel) Wichman '03 is an accountant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Milwaukee. She majored in accounting.

To see more class notes, or to submit your own, go online at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/notes/classnotes/.



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