@lumni Newsletter September 2005
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Madison Alums ...
we're coming your way!
UW-Green Bay graduates and friends living and working in the Madison area
are invited to attend an alumni reception, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday,
Oct. 27, at the Promenade Terrace, Overture Center for the Arts. The reception
will be held in conjunction with the music educators' conference in Madison.
A number of music faculty members will hold a brief performance at approximately
6:30 pm. Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cash bar will be available.
Please RSVP by Friday, October 21 by calling (920) 465-2586, or e-mailing
Help! 900 fifth-graders on campus Oct. 11
Can you spare a day to help UW-Green Bay host 900 fifth-graders
from the local community? The Phuture Phoenix program, from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Oct. 11, showcases the campus and works to inspire fifth-graders
to begin thinking about college. Cyndie Shepard, wife of Chancellor
Bruce Shepard, leads the event and would welcome your help.
A mandatory volunteer orientation meeting is scheduled for 12:30
to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, in the 1965 Room of the University
or for more information, contact Mark Brunette, Alumni Director
at (920) 465-2586, or email@example.com.
Classes start with diverse enrollment, quality freshmen
UW-Green Bay opened its doors Tuesday, Sept. 6, to a diverse student body
and one of the highest-achieving freshman classes in the University's history.
UW-Green Bay enrolled 5,541 students, including 914 freshmen. The 329 undergraduate
students of color are an all-time high for the University. For more, click
A day for family at Santaga Stadium
The former Phoenix Field, home of Phoenix men's and women's soccer
teams, was renamed "Aldo Santaga Stadium" September 3. More than 40
alumni returned for the dedication and Homecoming activities; many
contributed financially to the event for future upgrades to the soccer
facility. Santaga was a Phoenix head coach for 15 seasons and did
much to promote the growth of the sport in Northeast Wisconsin.
For photos see http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/news/page/photo.htm.
Former Pep Band
members — Apply here!
Wanted: Alumni with a combined interest in music and Phoenix athletics
to join the Phoenix Pep Band. Perks are great — free admission to Phoenix
games and matches, possible NCAA tournament trips, and the excitement
of being an important part of Division I athletics. Interested? E-mail
Rebecca Tout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home and Auto Insurance
Your Alumni Association has teamed with Liberty Mutual — a fortune 500 company
that has been helping individual's live safer, more secure lives since 1912
— to help you save money on your home and auto insurance. Group Savings
Plus(r) allows you to take advantage of group buying power to receive outstanding
rates. To learn more, click here
to receive an online quote; or call a customer service rep at 1-800-835-0894.
Be sure to identify yourself as a UW-Green Bay alumni to receive an additional
Runners receive national GPA recognition
The academic achievements of last year's men's and women's cross country
teams were highlighted recently when their coaches associations honored
head coach Mike Kline '88, and his Phoenix thin clads. The Phoenix men
ranked fourth in the nation with a 3.44 team grade-point average, and
the women earned a 3.20, good for 27th. It was a super year for Phoenix
athletes both on the court (conference champs in three sports) and in
the classroom (academic all-americans, conference academic title for the
women). To check it out, go to http://www.uwgb.edu/athletics/offthefield/090605a.asp.
Take our call. Please?
9th Annual UW-Green Bay Alumni Phone-A-Thon is underway in an attempt
to reach more than 22,000 alumni to update information and generate financial
support for your University. Alumni groups will be called by area of study
(Social Work, Nursing, Extended Degree, individual majors, and more in
September). Funds raised through the Phone-A-Thon help support student
scholarships and student learning opportunities.
For more information on the Alumni Phone-A-Thon, check out our Web site
or contact Director of Annual Giving Shane Kohl at email@example.com.
Thursday, September 29, 2005
UWGB Downtown: Connecting for Lunch
Join other UW-Green Bay alumni and those who live and
work in downtown Green Bay for the Downtown: Connecting for Lunch
Derek Jeffreys leads the first discussion with his commentary, "Defending
Human Dignity: John Paul II and Political Realism." Drawing on a thorough
knowledge of the philosophy of John Paul II, and a wide reading of
contemporary political theory, Prof. Jeffreys contrasts the Pope's
moral and political thought with the political realism approach. Starting
with an example drawn from current events, Jeffreys will discuss the
application of the Pope's philosophy to practical political thinking
on the international scale.
is an associate professor of Humanistic Studies. He has written the
introduction to a recent edition of William James' distinguished work
The Varieties of Religious Experience and was recently awarded
the Templeton Foundation teaching fellowship. His book, Defending
Human Dignity: John Paul II and Political Realism, was published
by Brazos Press in 2004.
The event is from 11:45 a.m. to 1:10 p.m. September 29 at the Holiday
Inn (Ontario-Erie rooms). The cost is $15. Register online.
Thursday, October 13, 2005
Women's Studies Alumni Reception
Women's Studies alums are encouraged to reunite Thursday, Oct.
13 in the 1965 Room of the University Union. A special reception
is planned, beginning at 7 p.m. with guest Dr. Ibtesam al-Atiyat,
a Jordanian Fulbright scholar of women and politics in Jordan. Complimentary
hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be available. The event is
sponsored by the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association.
RSVP to Kim Nielsen at (920) 465-2487, or send e-mail to
Wine and Cheese Classic is back.
The mouse is alive and well, and you're invited to mingle with him
at the Bill Laatsch Wine and Cheese Classic, 4 to 6 p.m., Friday,
Oct. 14, at the Shorewood Golf Course. Join others in this short
walk down memory lane. Complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres will
Please RSVP by Tuesday, Oct. 11 by calling (920) 465-2586, or e-mailing
The 'Big Cheese' has arisen!
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.
Association Board of Directors Meeting
Downtown: Connecting for Lunch
Prof. Derek Jeffreys, "Defending Human Dignity: John Paul II
and Political Realism" Register online.
5th grade students visit the UW-Green Bay campus
Studies Alumni Gathering
University Union, UW-Green Bay
Wine and Cheese Classic
Madison Area Alumni/Music Educators Reception
Overture Center, Madison, WI
Events Center Groundbreaking
Express/UWGB Alumni Business Reception
For more information
on alumni events or activities, go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/news-events/calendar.asp.
Mike Jackson '76 was named president and chief operating officer at Supervalu. The 25-year veteran of the organization had been executive vice president and president of distribution since 2001. His degree is in managerial systems.
Daniel Katers '80 published the first in a series of novels through Trafford Publishing. His book Marlee is widely available through online bookstores. His degree is in social changed and development.
John Latz '80 is a project manager with ESI in Bethesda, Maryland. His degree is in population dynamics.
Gary Miciunas '80 is the senior vice president with Equis Corporation, Chicago — a multidisciplinary corporate real estate services firm that delivers integrated services exclusively to business space users. His other interests include the CoreNet Global Community Reinvestment Challenge and the Three Oaks Michigan Planning Commission. His degree is in urban studies.
Donna Sheedy '94 was recently promoted to manager-investor relations with Wisconsin Public Service Corporation. She also serves on the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association Board of Directors and has a degree in business administration.
Samantha Andrews '95 is a public relations associate with Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee. She majored in communication processes.
Natalie Yudt '05 works in Ottawa, Illinois as the human resources coordinator with Community Hospital of Ottawa. Her degree is in business administration.
Angie Paul '04 is a custody accountant with Investors Bank and Trust in Boston, MA. She majored in business administration.
To see more class notes, or to submit your own, go online at http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/notes/classnotes/.
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