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Vol. 02, No. 6, November 9, 2012

Photo: 360į of learning
Brand new:
UW-Green Bay unveils '360į of Learning'

Itís more than a slogan, a catchy graphic or a fresh cover for the University viewbook. Market research suggests UW-Green Bayís new brand promise resonates as a unique value proposition with key audiences. Chancellor Tom Harden invites you to celebrate the official 360į launch on Nov. 14. Learn more.
Photo: Student actors featured in Gone Missing Theatre video 'Gone Missing'
A musical comedy thatís basically a collection of stories about people losing random items big and small? Yes, and cast and crew members from the Theatre and Dance program say itís terrific fun. Learn more.
Photo: Students in John Katers pollution-abatement class One course, six nations
We like to think of our environmental sciences program as being top quality, even world-class. Well, Prof. John Katersí pollution-abatement course helps prove the point, enrolling students from around the world. Nice video. Learn more.
Photo: Scholarship dinner Photos: Friends, scholarships
Many of UW-Green Bayís best friends and loyal supporters turned out recently for the 2012 Chancellorís Scholarship Dinner at the Weidner Center. Over its history, the event has raised nearly $250,000 for scholarships. Learn more.
Fri, Nov 9
Veteran Reception

Nov 9-11

Family Weekend

Sat, Nov 10
Men's hoops opener

Top Headlines
Donations needed for
soldier 'care packages'

Jeanne Stangel to speak

Open house: Center
for First Nations Studies
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   Campus Seen
Planting plastic

No need for gravel or other filler in the new ornamental planters on the remodeled Student Services plaza, when the base layer consists of used soft-drink and water bottles. The campus Sustainability Committee says the unique application makes a point about plastic bottles and their refusal to decay (estimated life span: 450 years). The project also gave faculty, staff and students the opportunity to put a message in a bottle and create their own time capsules to be buried beneath the topsoil.

See photo gallery and more.

Photo: Pop bottles for recycling
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