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Vol. 03, No. 35, May 9, 2014

Photo: Ganyard teaching.
Teacher of the Year!
Historian earns 2014 Regents Excellence Award

Prof. Clifton Ganyard has been selected to receive a 2014 UW System Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award. He wins praise for encouraging his history students to dig deep with an interdisciplinary, problem-focused approach. It's the third time in three years a UW-Green Bay professor or program has won one of the prestigious awards. Learn more
Photo: Ganyard teaching The Jazz Age course. 360° — Ganyard style
Clif Ganyard's passion for interdisciplinary teaching is obvious. One example is a course, The Jazz Age, he team-taught with Music faculty member Adam Gaines. Our archive video helps illustrate why Ganyard is an award-winner. Watch the video
Photo: Reception in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Meet the students
UW-Green Bay once again celebrated student research this past Tuesday at the Spring 2014 Donors Reception. More than 120 guests joined students, faculty and staff for a program spotlighting top students. They wished Bob Southard a happy birthday, too. Learn more
Photo: Students in front of one of the images in Rose Hall. Nature: in hallway, in ground
The Psychology and Human Development programs were beautifying campus with a purpose May 8, unveiling a set of framed nature photographs in the hallway linking Rose Hall and the library, and planting the University's Memorial Garden. Learn more
Fri, May 9
Ensembles concert

Thur, May 15

Ethan Bortnick

Fri, May 16
Student Awards

Top Headlines
Chancellor candidates
visit for interviews

Softball heads to finals

Music's Meredith Livingston
earns Fulbright to Brazil
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Kids get reminder:
College is possible

About 50 students from Edison, Franklin and Washington middle schools visited campus last Friday. For many, it was a return trip, as they'd been here before as Phuture Phoenix fifth-graders. Juliet Cole, local citizens and the Black Student Union helped welcome the students. To read more, click here.

Photo: Visiting students gathered outside of MAC Hall.
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