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Vol. 01, No. 01, August 11, 2011

Niel Diboll

Donations by ‘Prairie Prophet’
can take root with your help

A company founded by a 1978 ‘Eco U’ grad has donated 12,000 plants to the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation to re-establish native prairie grasses on Green Bay’s far east side. That’s a lot of plants… and planting. Learn more.

Internships in Ecuador require expert planning Internships in Ecuador
require expert planning

And that’s what a group of Urban and Regional Studies students helped give the rainforest city of Tena: professional-level consulting on their master plan. Learn more.

Middle School Photography Camp Camp slideshow:
Middle schoolers take aim

Students enrolled in our Middle School Summer Art Studio were turned loose with digital cameras. See more.

Julie (Rose) Bartels Behind the scenes, she
influences Wisconsin healthcare

A 1982 grad is CEO of the Wisconsin Health Information Organization. She aggregates claims data for provider-performance reports and population health studies. Learn more.
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Happy 80th, Rick!
No, Shorewood Golf Course boss Rick Warpinski didn’t turn 80 years of age Wednesday. (He’s a 1991 UW-Green Bay grad, but he’s not that old.) It’s the course itself that was born in 1931. Rick donned vintage knickers and cap to host a fun anniversary party.

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Rick Warpinski dressed in vintage golf attire
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