@lumni Newsletter November 2004
News | Alumni Events | Class
With the fall opening
of the University's third new residence hall in three years, the on-campus
student population now stands at about 2,000.
New Haevers Hall
population to 2,000
Other fall semester
facts and stats:
* Enrollment: 5,434
* Average GPA/ACT of new freshmen: 3.36/22.7
* Minority population: 321, up from 305 a year ago
* Cost of tuition/room and board (03-04): $12,000
* Number of student organizations: More than 90
the place to be
Count those already here Jerry Seinfeld, John Kerry (twice), Sharon
Stone, Michael Moore, Edward Kennedy, Ralph Nader and those yet
to come Maya Angelou, Madeleine Albright, David Copperfield, Joan
Rivers, and many others, and the conclusion could be made that UW-Green
Bay is the place to be! Of course, we've known that for years!
more in the November 2004 issue of 'Inside'
What UW-Green Bay instructor was named Wisconsin's top teacher? What is
a Chihuly and how do you dust it? What happened to the shag carpet in
the elevator of Theatre Hall during the recent remodel? Page through your
November issue of Inside to find the answers to these questions.
Read about your classmates and reacquaint yourself with your University
of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Didn't receive a copy?
Call the Alumni Office
at (920) 465-2586 to make sure we have your correct contact information.
A challenge awaits
UW-Green Bay came in dead last compared to its UW peers with only 6 percent
of its alums "giving back." Help us move up the ranks with a small donation
during the annual Alumni Phone-a-thon. The format is different
alumni will be called one week each month during the academic year based
on area of study. The need hasn't changed proceeds go to scholarships
and academic programs. Private support makes a good University great!
Web site has more
Narrow it down,
nominate the best
Do you know a UW-Green Bay alumnus who is personally accomplished in his
or her career, takes civic responsibility and community contributions
seriously, and has a continuing interest in Green Bay? What, you know
lots of them? Well, narrow it down and send us your top recommendation
for UW-Green Bay's Distinguished Alumni Award.
To nominate, visit
the Alumni Association Web site at www.uwgb.edu/alumni/awards/index.html
or contact Mark Brunette in the Alumni Office at (920) 465-2586 or via
e-mail at email@example.com.
Angelou, others, come
for LifeLines series
||Joan Rivers will
be the first of four headliners to appear as part of the Weidner Center's
women's speaker series called "LifeLines," This "powerful, motivational,
and meaningful series" brings distinguished women to the region. Rivers
opens the series Monday, January 31.
and their appearance dates are Mariane Pearl, inspirational widow
of Daniel Pearl, the journalist murdered by terrorists in Pakistan,
Monday, March 7; Madeleine Albright, the country's first female Secretary
of State, Tuesday, March 29; and poet Maya Angelou, Wednesday, May
4. The series is sold exclusively by subscription ($196 and $156)
through the Weidner Center Ticket Office, 920-465-2217.
Friday, Dec. 10
/ Percussion & Hand Drumming Ensembles and Reception for Cheryl Grosso
7:30 p.m., University Theatre, UW-Green Bay
First a crowd-pleasing winter concert followed by a reception with music
faculty member Cheryl Grosso, '78, the recent recipient of the Frankenthal
Endowed Professorship. The 7:30 p.m. percussion performance will be followed
by a cash bar and hors d'oeuvres reception in the second floor atrium
area outside the hall. All event proceeds will benefit music scholarships.
For ticket information, call 1-800-328-tkts (8587).
Friday and Saturday,
December 10 and 11 / NCAA Volleyball Regional at the Resch Center, Green
UWGB, in partnership with PMI the game day service provider to
the Resch Center will host an NCAA Championship event for the first
time in program history one of four NCAA Volleyball regionals held
across the nation that weekend. Game times are 5 and 7 p.m. Friday, Dec.
10 and 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11. Tickets are available by calling the
Resch Center box office at 920-494-3401.
Friday, Jan. 28
/ No Limits! A Celebration of Women and Girls in Sports
3-8 p.m., Radisson Inn and Conference Center, Green Bay
Pam Roecker '83, one of the most distinguished women's basketball players
in Phoenix history is taking a short intermission from her job as an athletic
director in Boston to emcee a brand-new event for Phoenix women's athletics
No Limits! A Celebration of Women and Girls in Sports. Join Roecker,
keynote speaker and three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton, along with
successful female athletes, business executives and community members,
for this friend- and fund-raising event. Call UWGB assistant athletics
director Amanda Braun at 920-465-2837 for more information.
Get behind your
teams and Orgs!
November 20 / Men's Basketball season opener
7 p.m., Resch Center, Green Bay
Phoenix men vs. IUPUI (Bring a non-perishable food items and receive a
$3 discount on tickets in Zone s A, B, & C. Offer excludes the Pepsi Family
Nov. 26 / Women's Basketball season opener
7 p.m., Phoenix vs. Alcorn State, Phoenix Sports Center
(More than 800 season tickets already sold! Only hundreds of season tickets
remain). Call for season or single game tickets at 920-465-2625.
Jan. 15 / Milwaukee Area Alumni Reception
1 p.m., Phoenix vs. Panthers in a Fox Sports televised event at U.S. Cellular
Join us for a 3 p.m. post-game reception to be held in the northwest concourse
area at U.S. Cellular Arena. Alumni and friends are welcome. Cash bar
and complimentary hors d'oeuvres. Chancellor Bruce and Cyndie Shepard
will be on hand to greet Phoenix fans. Purchase game tickets by calling
920-465-2586. Ask Mark Brunette about the "buy one/get one free incentive,"
on selected seats. Ticket options include: $20 - priority seating, $15
- premium seating, and $10 - value seating.
Jan. 29 / UW-Green Bay Spirit Day
5 to 7 p.m., The Bar on Holmgren Way, Green Bay
Warm-up for the 7:05 p.m. men's basketball game as the Fighting Phoenix
hosts conference nemesis UW-Milwaukee at the Resch Center. Cash bar, door
prizes and complimentary hors d'oeuvres will greet alumni and their guests.
Call the UWGB ticket office at (920) 465-5125 for game tickets. Discounted
UWGB reserved section (end zone seating) for only $6 per person are available.
Call the ticket office for other seating options.
Thanks from the alumni association to all who attended Alumnifest, Saturday,
October 16. Organizers said the event was small but spirited.
How does a reunion in Rome sound? Call
some of your former classmates and plan on it!
The UW-Green Bay Alumni
Association is sponsoring a trip to the "Eternal City," February 26 through
March 6, 2005. The cost is $1,499 per person. It's an ideal time to visit
with temperatures warmed by Mediterranean breezes. Discover this city
of romance, good food and wine ... rich in history, art and architecture.
Visit the Alumni Association
Web site at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/benefits/travel/
for more information
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.
Basketball season opener
Basketball season opener
& Hand Drumming Ensembles and Reception with Cheryl Grosso
||UW-Green Bay Milwaukee Area Alumni Reception
Bank Business Reception
Bay Spirit Day
Hall of Fame Banquet
Bay Basketball Alumni Weekend
||Alumni Family Weekend, Wilderness Hotel and Golf Resort, Wisconsin Dells
Annual Scholarship Golf Outing
Day at a Milwaukee Brewers game
For more information
on alumni events or activities, go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/news-events/calendar.asp.
Lubbers '76, an associate professor of biology at Centre College in
Danville, Ky., has received a two-year honor that recognizes excellence
in teaching, scholarly work and contributions to the college community.
The Sheboygan, Wis. native is among the fifth class of Centre Scholars to
be named. She joined the Centre faculty in 1993. She majored in science
and environmental change at UWGB and holds a doctorate from Duke.
Mark Bosin '80, who holds Six Sigma Black Belt designation, works
for Little Rapids Corporation in Green Bay as a process improvement manager.
Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology developed by Motorola in
the late 1980s and made famous by GE in the early 1990s that reduces process
defects. Black Belt certification is a project manager level. Bosin's
degree is in science and environmental change.
Keith Vanden Avond '85, a business broker in Northeast Wisconsin,
completed more than 60 credit hours of coursework and passed rigorous
examinations to receive CBI designation, recognizing education and superior
working knowledge of business brokerage skills. He was one of fewer than
100 nationwide to earn the designation last year and one of only two Wisconsin
advisers earning this designation at a recent IBBA conference for professional
development. Vanden Avond has been a licensed real estate broker in Wisconsin
since 1985. He lives in De Pere with his wife and their three children.
He majored in communication and the arts.
Karen (Bauer) Iken '86 serves as department chair and teaches
band and orchestra for fifth- through eighth-graders at four Green Bay
Public Schools, a job she's held since 1988. She has been the administrative
assistant for UWGB's Jazz Ensemble Camp for 20 years. Iken completed a
Master's Degree in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning from UWGB
in August of 2004. Her undergraduate degree is in communication and the
arts with an emphasis in applied music.
Phillip Frazier '94 is participating in American University's
"Strengthening the Teaching of American History" program. He is an alumni
of National Cathedral School's Beauvoir Center for Teaching and Learning's
Summer Institute. He received the Man of Valor award from his church and
teaches a bilingual Bible (Spanish/English) study. Frazier's degree is
in humanistic studies.
Charlene (Koch) Peterson '94 is the county clerk for Manitowoc
County. She is an Extended Degree graduate with a bachelor in general
studies and an emphasis in financial management.
Misty Davids '99 and '03 is the director of educational talent
search for Northcentral Technical College. Her undergraduate degree is
in communication processes and she holds a Master's of Management from
Chad Goeden '00, former program manager in the Office of International
Education, has left UW-Green Bay to join the Peace Corps. He will be teaching
English in Ukraine.
Dianne Parisi '01 is founding partner and vice president of KCD
Financial, Inc., De Pere. She is a securities broker/dealer serving independent
financial planners nationwide and is responsible for recruiting and marketing
initiatives, contracting with financial/investment companies and supervision
of registered securities representatives. Her degree is in English.
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 at Marquette University.
Her degree is in business administration.
To see more class notes, or to submit your own, go online at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/notes/classnotes/.