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Vol. 03, No. 33, April 24, 2014

Photo: Kindergarten students at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.
Eco U's class of 2032?
University partners on nature-based 4K

UW-Green Bay faculty, students and alumni have been central to the launch of OAK Learning Center, the new nature-based 4-year-old kindergarten at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. Kids do most of their learning outdoors. Says Lily, age 4, "Now we know that worms can split in half and still survive... We were learning and we didn't even know it." Check out the video.
Photo: Faisal at commencement withe Dan Alesch and another student. Memories, from Malaysia
This week's award for best alumni post from the most distant location goes to Ahmad Faisal Alias, a mid-1980s grad now an urban and regional studies professor in his native Malaysia. He has great memories and photos of faculty, friends and student life. Learn more
Photo: Three student performers in the opera. Kids squeal at 'Pigs' antics
We have fun photos from "The Three Little Pigs," the comic opera for kids staged this week by Opera and Musical Theatre students. Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston calls it "a terrific way to interest kids in theatre and the power of live performance." Learn more
Photo: Researcher and student assist in rescue of northern pike. Pike plucked from pickle
Fisheries biology students are assisting with a study of Green Bay northern pike commissioned by Chicago's Shedd Aquarium. On Tuesday, the students helped with a rescue mission, saving pike trapped by receding waters in a seasonal spawning marsh. Learn more
Fri, Apr 25
HUS Faculty Forum

Fri, Apr 25

'Doors' play opens

Mon, Apr 28
Lecture: Eco-planning

Top Headlines
UW-Green Bay repeats in
'Guide to Green Colleges'

Lecture on anti-Semitism

Visiting UN official to talk
climate change, growth
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Ready for
fisheries season

Parked on display in the University driveway on Earth Day was the new University watercraft, the Phoenix RV. (RV is short for "Research Vessel.") It was acquired for Great Lakes research by the newly formed Aquatic Ecology and Fisheries Laboratory under the direction of Assistant Prof. Patrick Forsythe. It's a 25-foot Boston Whaler Guardian (Commercial Package) with an unsinkable fiberglass hull, a center console with fiberglass canopy, and twin 150 HP four stroke Mercury Motors. We'll have full details on the flight of this Phoenix in a future issue.

Photo: Phoenix RV on display outside.
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