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Vol. 02, No. 3, September 27, 2012

After Thoughts speaker: Rebecca Meacham
Creative spark: Peshtigo Fire project earns
attention for Monday’s 'After Thoughts' speaker

The Press-Gazette carried a story recently about award-winning Prof. Rebecca Meacham. She'll be featured speaker Monday (Oct. 1) at the season-opening installment of the University's After Thoughts lecture and networking series. The newspaper previews Meacham's talk and offers a glimpse at her latest project, a history-based novel about the Peshtigo Fire of 1871. Learn more.
Photo: Chancellor Harden and Dr. Mokenge Malafa Malafa, and strong Foundation
When renowned cancer doctor Mokenge Malafa of Tampa returned to his alma mater for his first meeting with the UW-Green Bay Foundation, he joined a blue-ribbon board that advises Chancellor Harden and is taking increased responsibility for private fundraising. Snapshots, news and more.
Photo: UW-Green Bay international students The Door to Packers Country!
This month, UW-Green Bay welcomed one of its largest contingents ever of new international students, and the Office of International Education saw to it they got a proper orientation in UWGB, Wisconsin and American culture. Learn more.
Photo: September student photo gallery Photos: Not a bad first month
Sure, some of the courses are difficult. There can be a lot of hard work. But with concerts at the Union, free picnics on the green, and meeting new people, this back-to-school thing looks like fun. See our September student photo gallery.
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Retirement gifts?
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When Diane Ford (near left) retired as VP of Integrys Energy Group, she insisted "absolutely no gifts!" Instead, the generous alumna encouraged well-wishers to add to the UW-Green Bay student scholarship fund she created last year. The result? More than $6,000 in new donations.

Learn more about Ford and the scholarship fund.


Photo: Diane Ford, student scholarship fund
  
   
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