May 2001

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Research grant

Kuepper named Interim Chancellor

Cohen to go to Purdue Calumet

Multicultural conference

Two join Council of Trustees

Drug-free workplace workshops

Heirloom plant sale

Advertising honorary

Art scholarships

Infant/Toddler institute

Outstanding student award

Student speaker

Commencement is May 19

Leadership Awards

Chancellor's Medallions

Clarinet recital

May graduates listed

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UW grant supports manure-to-energy studies

GREEN BAY -- Two University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduate students will spend June 1 through May 31, 2002, working and learning in a first-of-its kind installation that makes renewable energy from manure.

A University of Wisconsin System Applied Research Grant of $44,400, won by Prof. John Katers, Natural and Applied Sciences, will support the work of students Joe Raboin, Shawano, and Anne Schauer, Milwaukee, at Ag Environmental Solutions, LLC (AES) located at Tinedale Farm in Wrightstown. Raboin and Schauer are both students in Environmental Science and Policy at UW-Green Bay.

Katers says the students will monitor and test the AES-designed temperature-phased anaerobic digestion system (TPAD) during its first year of operation. The system converts waste into electricity and safe, usable solids. Tinedale Farm is one of the largest dairy operations in Wisconsin with nearly 2,500 animals producing 60,000 gallons of manure each day.

Katers notes that while several TPAD systems are operating at municipal wastewater treatment plants, the installation at Tinedale is the first in the U.S. for the dairy industry. He has been among advisers to AES on the project. "The knowledge we gain during the start-up monitoring could contribute to use of this new application of digester technology to the dairy industry in Wisconsin and nationally," says Katers.

The potential impact on Wisconsin's economy was among criteria that led UW System to fund the UW-Green Bay grant, according to Albert J. Beaver, interim senior vice president for academic affairs.

(01-117 / 31 May 2001 / VCD)

UW System News: William Kuepper named Interim Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Contact: Kevin Boatright (608) 263-2227

MADISON -- William Kuepper, vice chancellor and provost emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been named interim chancellor, effective July 1.

Mark Perkins, chancellor at UW-Green Bay since 1994, was recently appointed president of Towson University in Maryland. He begins his new duties there on July 1. The search for a permanent successor to Perkins is now under way. A decision is expected in August. Kuepper will serve until the new chancellor is named and arrives on campus

Kuepper (pronounced KIPPER) retired from UW-Green Bay in 1995 after 30 years as a member of its faculty. He served twice as vice chancellor, for a total of 13 years in that position. Between his two terms, he spent two years in Madison with the UW System Administration as interim vice president for academic affairs and senior academic planner. Kuepper moved to Colorado in 1996 and, for the past four years, he has served as a senior policy adviser with the Colorado Commission on Higher Education.

Kuepper's academic background includes B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geography from UW-Madison. His first teaching position was at the two-year UW "center" in Green Bay, which became a four-year, degree-granting university in 1968.

In announcing the appointment of an interim chancellor, UW System President Katharine Lyall expressed appreciation to Kuepper for his willingness to serve. "Bill devoted most of his distinguished career to building up the academic program at UW-Green Bay," she said. "His sense of duty to the campus is commendable, and I thank him for taking on this important assignment."

"A change in leadership is a challenging time for an educational institution," said Kuepper, "and I will be proud to serve the UW-Green Bay community during this transition. I appreciate the Colorado Commission on Higher Education's granting me leave for this purpose. My wife Janet and I look forward to our return to Green Bay."

(01-116 / 24 May 2001)

UW-Green Bay's Cohen to be chancellor at Purdue Calumet

GREEN BAY - Dr. Howard Cohen has been confirmed as the new chancellor of Purdue University Calumet.

An official announcement was made today (Tuesday, May 22) upon confirmation by the Purdue Board of Trustees. Cohen will succeed James W. Yackel, who will retire in July after serving 11 years as chancellor of the campus, which is located in Hammond, Indiana, just southeast of Chicago. Cohen's appointment is effective July 1.

"I am tremendously excited about this opportunity," Cohen said. "Purdue is a great university and the Calumet region is a dynamic, exciting community with tremendous vitality. I look forward to working with our faculty, staff, students, alumni and community partners to build on Purdue Calumet's record of excellence and lead it to the next level."

Purdue Calumet is a comprehensive regional university that offers associate, baccalaureate and master's degrees, plus professional certificates in nearly 100 fields of study. Its enrollment of more than 9,000 students represents the largest number at any of Purdue's regional campuses. The chancellor at Calumet reports directly to the Purdue president.

Cohen has served as provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay since 1995.

As provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at UW-Green Bay, he is the chief academic officer reporting to the Chancellor and the chief operating officer, overseeing student services, information services, planning and budget as well as the academic programs.

Among his major accomplishments at UW-Green Bay are leadership of the "CAPE I" and "CAPE II" evaluations of the academic program array, and of the Task Force on the Compelling Idea, which focused planning for future growth on academics and the student learning experience.

He initiated the reorganization of UW-Green Bay's division of information services, oversaw the upgrade of technology campuswide, and led the evaluation of support-staff levels through the FAIRNIS study.

During his tenure as provost, the University earned its first, full 10-year accreditation from the North Central Association; sharpened its academic focus as a distinctive, interdisciplinary liberal arts institution; and secured new, annual state funding for creation of the Institute for Learning Partnership, a national model for teacher preparation. Among units under his direction, Residence Life opened its first upscale "apartment suites" housing units, Admissions began to actively pursue geodemographic and non-resident marketing, and a range of offices stepped up efforts to meet goals of the campus Plan 2008 for Diversity.

"I am proud of the things we have achieved at UW-Green Bay," he said. "This University is very special in American higher education. All of the elements are in place for the campus to make a unique contribution to student learning. I have learned so much from our work together - knowledge I will build on in my new position."

At UW-Green Bay, Cohen holds the faculty rank of professor of humanistic studies (philosophy). He came to Green Bay from UW-Parkside, where he had served as dean of liberal arts and interim vice chancellor. Previously, he was at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, where he joined the faculty in 1971 and rose to the post of associate provost before leaving for Wisconsin in 1991.

Cohen received his bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Minnesota in 1966. He went on to earn his master's and doctorate degrees in the same discipline from Harvard in 1970 and 1971, respectively.

(01-115 / 22 May 2001 / CS)

UW-Green Bay, St. Norbert, partner in multicultural conference for educators

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and St. Norbert College education departments are presenting their first collaborative conference, "Academic Achievement through Multicultural Education," from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 at the Radisson Inn, Green Bay. Cost is $60 and includes a luncheon.

Educators will hear about culturally relevant teaching practices and instructional strategies that can improve academic achievement and about academic and non-academic factors that affect student success. Participants will learn about reform projects developed by local teachers and effective community programs for minority students and talk with educators and administrators on initiating change for improved student achievement.

Carl Grant, a professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Nancy Zimpher, Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, are the keynote speakers. Grant has written or edited 20 books or monographs on multicultural and teacher education and has over 100 articles or book chapters to his credit. Zimpher has served as president of the Holmes Partnership since 1996, a national network of schools and organizations to improve teaching and learning. She also is co-author and co-editor of books on teacher education and is committed to education research and initiating change and reform in schools.

Other featured speakers are Anita Baker, Director of the Oneida Nation Y.E.S. Program; Lisa Clarke, Executive Director of Howe Neighborhood Family Resource Center; Prof. James Coates, Francine Tompkins, director of the Institute for Learning Partnership, and Juliet Cole, assistant to the Partnership director, all of UW-Green Bay; and Prof. Bola Delano-Oriaran, Danielle Hornett, director of cultural diversity, and Robert Rutter, director of teacher education, all of St. Norbert College.

St. Norbert College, the Institute for Learning Partnership at UW-Green Bay, and Partners in Education are co-sponsors of the event. Registration by June 1 is preferred. For more information or an application contact Karen Cleereman at St. Norbert College (920) 403-4044.

(01-114 / 22 May 2001 / SB)

Two join UW-Green Bay Council of Trustees

GREEN BAY -- Chancellor Mark L. Perkins has named Kramer Rock and Bob Rupp to the Chancellor's Council of Trustees at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Rock, Green Bay, is president/owner of Temployment, Inc. and of Dunhill Professional Staffing of Green Bay, Inc. Rupp, Denmark, is president/CEO of Appleton International Inc., of Kimberly. Both have previous ties to UW-Green Bay. Rock has been active with the UW-Green Bay Founders Association and served as an officer on its board of directors. Rupp is a 1978 UW-Green Bay graduate with a degree in communications.

Perkins cited Rock as "a committed advocate" for the University in his work for the Founders Association, Phoenix Fund and various committees. He singled out Rupp as an alumnus whose broad experience will "bring multiple perspectives" to the University.

The Council of Trustees is a community group that advises the University and, in turn, communicates University objectives to the community.

Rock worked in the industrial and agricultural equipment industry prior to becoming a business owner in 1978, He is president of the board of directors and a member of the governing board for the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, president of the board of directors for the Fox Theatre Corporation, chairman of the Women's Senior Golf Tour Tournament Committee, and president of the board of directors of Rotary Foundation of Green Bay.

Rupp spent 17 years with Shade/Allied, Inc., which he joined out of college. He most recently was president/CEO for American Finishing Resources., Inc., Chilton, before joining Appleton International early this year. He serves on the boards of Algoma Hardwoods, Inc., Algoma; Furlong Industrial Systems, Inc., Menominee Falls, Appleton Specialty Products, Inc., Kimberly, and Capitol Corporation, Inc., Milwaukee. In the community he is a trustee for All Saints Parish Endowment Fund and a member of the Executive Committee for Tec 17.

(01-113 / 22 May 2001 / VCD)

Drug-free workplace is focus of workshops at UW-Green Bay

GREEN BAY - Two workshops promoting drug-free workplace programs will be held Tuesday, June 5, in Room 102 of the Cofrin Library on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive.

The workshops are targeted to supervisors and managers, union officials, safety coordinators, risk managers or anyone having close contact with employees in workforce situations.

The 9 a.m. to noon session, "Successful Programs," will cover developing and implementing successful programs including risks, costs and benefits of a drug-free workplace, drug testing issues, policy needs, employee education and others.

The 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. session, "Dealing with Substance Abuse," will cover advanced, practical skills to enhance or evaluate a program, or improve supervisory skills needed to deal effectively with substance abuse. Topics include behavioral performance indicators, documentation, intervention techniques, challenges and case studies, and others.

Counselor Renee Waterman is the presenter. She has 10 years experience providing direct clinical counseling services to individuals and families and 15 years of experience as a trainer in substance abuse prevention and other mental health topics. She holds masters degrees in counseling and management/organizational behavior.

The fee is $25 for each workshop or $40 for both and includes refreshments and materials. Call Lori Entringer at (920) 496-9010 for more information or to register.

The workshops are sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension Small Business Development Center.

(01-112 / 17 May 2001 / SB)

Heirloom vegetable plant sale features new varieties, Internet preview

GREEN BAY -- Eighty different varieties each of heirloom tomatoes and peppers go on sale Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and for the first time, gardeners can preview the vegetables on the World Wide Web.

Sale hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days in the Laboratory Sciences greenhouse off South Circle Drive on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Dr. In addition to the tomatoes and peppers, the sale offers eight different members of the cabbage family, four different eggplants, pink celery and celeriac. All plants are $1 each.

An advance look at the vegetables is available on the Internet at 2001salelist.htm. That address accesses the list of all the vegetables for sale. Viewers can click on the tomatoes and peppers to see photos and get information about them.

Sale founder and organizer Prof. Jeff Nekola, Natural and Applied Sciences, says the on-line preview will be a boon for shoppers making decisions among so many varieties. "For the first time in the sale's six-year history, people can know in advance what the tomatoes and peppers will look like," he says.

The sale supports a lecture series that brings scientists from all over the country to speak at UW-Green Bay, and also provides funds for student scholarships.

Sale 2001 has many new choices. Nekola has added new varieties and rotated some favorites from early sales back into the lineup. And he and student workers have grown more of popular favorites such as the Brandywine cherry tomato and the Wisconsin Lakes sweet pepper.

Some offerings, such as the sweet Habenero-type peppers that are new this year and the Tobago peppers he brought back from a trip to that tropical island a couple of years ago, are available nowhere else in the upper Midwest, says Nekola.

This year's longer list of sweet peppers includes Chinese Giant, described as one of the first big, modern looking bell peppers developed shortly after the turn of the 20th century, Purple Beauty, which ripens to red, and an array of yellow and orange peppers.

A seed swap Nekola made with a grower in Great Britain supplied several new varieties. Tigerette cherry tomato is a small plant bred to be container-grown; Reisetomate is a cherry tomato of German origin that grows in clusters fused at the top; Ramillete, from Majorca, is bright papaya-colored inside; Teguchigalpa paste tomato is shaped like a chili pepper and was one of Nekola's 2000 garden favorites; and the Puerta Vallarta #2 pepper starts out green and progresses to yellow, purple, orange, and finally, red. A trade with a grower from an old order Mennonite community in Pennsylvania brought new peppers with evocative names such as Hinklehatz (chicken heart), Lantern, and Starfish.

Nekola grows out all of the peppers and tomatoes in his own garden in order to get seeds to start plants for the sale. "These are varieties I have had success with," he says.

Nekola acquires seeds from around the world. He's a member of Seed Savers Exchange in Decorah, Iowa, which gives him access to a thousand other members who have seeds to trade. He tries to connect with people who have handed down seeds through generations, and visits farmers markets and ethnic food stores. Friends bring him seeds from their travels.

Though the vegetables have a variety of origins, they're all described as "heirlooms." Nekola explains that the term may describe "old-fashioned" varieties, vegetables grown by Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans, or new strains developed by hobbyists.

Heirlooms are popular for their "old-time" flavor, unusualness, and diversity, and because preserving them helps to preserve culture, says Nekola. "Heritage plants provide a living connection to the past," he adds.

For Nekola, growing and passing along heirloom vegetables is serious business, too. A conservation biologist, he is concerned about protecting plant gene diversity for the future. Disasters such as the Irish potato famine occurred because the potatoes grown were all of a variety not resistant to blight. Southern corn blight killed 90 percent of the U.S. crop in the 1970s for the same reason. "All the different genes have potential uses in plant breeding," says Nekola.

(01-111 / 9 May 2001 / VCD)

Senior elected to advertising honorary

GREEN BAY -- Sean Gaffney, Sheboygan, a graduating senior at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been elected to the Alpha Delta Sigma Honorary Society of the American Advertising Federation (AAF).

Gaffney is completing a Business Administration major with an emphasis in marketing and a Communication Processes minor with an emphasis in public relations. He spent summer 2000 as an intern in the marketing department at the Kohler Company.

Selection to the honorary is based on grade point average, class status, and membership in a student chapter of AAF. Gaffney is the first student from the two-year-old UW-Green Bay AAF chapter to be elected to the honorary. Prof. Peter Smith, Business Administration, is the chapter adviser.

(01-110 / 9 May 2001 / VCD)

UW-Green Bay awards art scholarships

GREEN BAY -- Ten University of Wisconsin-Green Bay art students have received scholarships for 2001-2002.

Amanda Tarras, Green Bay, received the Michael Kazar Memorial Scholarship and Michael Cepress, Wausau, was awarded the William K. Prevetti Scholarship. Both scholarships are named for founding members of the UW-Green Bay art program.

Five students, all from Green Bay, received David L. Damkoehler Art Scholarships. They are Sara Chadwick, Paul Dax, Cathy Marks, Barbi Nicklas and Jeanelle Vanden Heuvel.

The Henry F. Hagemeister Jr. Art Scholarship went to Brian Berggren, Appleton; and Sarah Pollpeter, Kewaskum, and Erin Thomas, Green Bay, each received Althea Steele Lederer Scholarships.

(01-109 / 9 May 2001 / VCD)

Authors of 'Baby Minds' featured at Infant/Toddler institute

GREEN BAY -- Two child development specialists who maintain that babies are capable of sophisticated mental processes will be featured at a one-day institute, "Current Issues in Infant/Toddler Development and Care" from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, June 8 at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The event is in Phoenix rooms A and B of University Union on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Dr.

Linda Acredolo and Susan Goodwyn are authors of Baby Minds, Brain-Building Games Your Baby Will Love. The two hold that babies can count, remember events and solve problems long before they can talk. They will present the morning session from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m.

Acredolo is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, and has been associate editor of the leading professional journal, Child Development. She was secretary of the Society for Research in Child Development. Goodwyn is a professor of psychology and child development at California State University, Stanislaus, and is an associate researcher at UC, Davis. Their previous book was Baby Signs. The two were featured at an institute in Green Bay in 1998.

Participants can choose among three different afternoon sessions. All are presented by members of the UW-Green Bay faculty. Prof. Fergus Hughes of Human Development and Psychology will present "The Importance of Play." "The Overweight Child: Diet, Nutrition and Weight Gain in Infants and Toddlers" is the subject for Prof. Debra Pearson of Human Development and Biology. Prof. Illene Noppe, Human Development and Psychology, will present "Boys and Girls: Infants, Toddlers and Gender Development."

All of the presenters will join for a discussion with attendees on "Play, Nutrition and Gender: Implications for Brain Development," to close the institute.

The $80 fee includes a buffet lunch, refreshments, instructional materials, parking and a certificate of attendance. CEU hours and DPI clock hours are available.

The institute is sponsored by UW-Green Bay Outreach and Extension, Brown County UW-Extension Office, the Division of Continuing Education Extension, UW-Extension and Wisconsin Early Childhood Association.

Registration information is available by phone at (920) 465-2642 or 1-800-892-2118 or by FAX to (920) 465-2552.

(01-108 / 7 May 2001 / VCD)

Lamers wins Outstanding Student Award

GREEN BAY -- David Lamers, Little Chute, will receive the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Alumni Association Outstanding Student Award during commencement ceremonies at noon Saturday, May 19. The event is scheduled in the outdoor amphitheater north of the University's main entrance boulevard, 2420 Nicolet Dr. In case of rain, it will be moved to the Weidner Center.

Lamers is graduating with cum laude honors, with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Broadfield Social Studies. He is a graduate of Little Chute High School.

Lamers served as a student representative for major UW-Green Bay initiatives including a design planning workshop for a new academic building, a long-range planning committee on student facility needs and a task force to examine the student learning experience. He served as speaker of the Student Senate, chaired the student Organization Network and was active in Residence Hall and Apartment Association and as a tour guide and orientation assistant for the Admissions Office.

He also volunteered in an elementary reading program with learning disabled students and with students studying English as a second language at high school level.

(01-106 / 7 May 2001 / VCD)

Cullen is student speaker for UW-Green Bay commencement

GREEN BAY -- Michelle R. Cullen, Chilton, has been selected to be the student speaker at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies at noon on Saturday, May 19. The event is scheduled in the outdoor amphitheater north of the University's main entrance boulevard at 2420 Nicolet Dr. In case of rain, it will be moved to the Weidner Center.

Cullen, a graduate of Chilton Senior High School, is earning her degree in Human Biology with a Health Sciences emphasis. She completed a minor in Chemistry.

Cullen is graduating with cum laude honors. She has been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi national honor society and TriBeta, an honor society in the biological sciences. She plans to attend graduate school.

Cullen was selected to report on independent study projects before a regional meeting of TriBeta and at the UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity. She was a teaching assistant for college-level biology and anatomy and physiology classes and served as a mentor to high school students attending the Regional Center for Math and Science summer program.

Her campus activities included serving as a student representative on a campus task force examining the student learning experience, election to the student committee that allocates student fees, serving as a student ambassador, and being an orientation assistant for the Admissions Office.

(01-107 / 7 May 2001 / VCD)

Awards, diplomas, new tradition highlight UW-Green Bay commencement on May 19

GREEN BAY -- University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies are at noon Saturday, May 19 in the outdoor amphitheater north of the main campus entrance boulevard at 2420 Nicolet Dr. In case of rain, the event will move to the Weidner Center.

In addition to the awarding of diplomas, the event features dedication of a new University symbol, Chancellor's Awards to two community members, an Alumni Association award to an outstanding student, a speaker who was among the University's founders, a student speaker selected by faculty, and recognition for ten retiring faculty members.

Nearly 600 students are eligible to graduate.

The new University mace is a symbol of the authority conferred by the state to the UW-Green Bay faculty, allowing them to grant degrees. All three of the University's Chancellors — Founding Chancellor Edward W. Weidner, Chancellor Emeritus David L. Outcalt, and Chancellor Mark L. Perkins — will participate in the ceremony marking the new University tradition. For the dedication, the mace will be borne to the stage by Chancellor Emeritus Weidner. The mace was designed and created by Prof. David Damkoehler, Communication and the Arts, whose art work has been exhibited widely in the U.S. and Europe.

The mace is a gift from Chancellor Perkins, his wife Carolyn, and daughters Patricia and Diana. Perkins will leave UW-Green Bay June 30 to become president of Towson State University in Maryland.

Two founding members of the UW-Green Bay Chancellor's Council of Trustees will receive special awards from Chancellor Perkins. Louis LeCalsey III, De Pere, has served as Council chair since it was founded in 1998 and recently was elected to another term. LeCalsey, president and CEO of Tufco Technologies, Inc., was the University's first soccer coach and was inducted into the Phoenix Hall of Fame last fall. Virginia A. Riopelle, Green Bay, serves as the Council's vice chair and on its development committee. Riopelle, who completed preparation for teacher certification at UW-Green Bay in 1970, is executive director of Start Smart.

David Lamers will receive the Outstanding Student Award from Alumni Association President Pam Stoll. Lamers, Little Chute, was a student representative to major campus initiatives including the design for the new academic building, a planning committee on student facility needs, and a task force to examine the student learning experience at UW-Green Bay. He is an Elementary Education major with a minor in Broadfield Social Studies.

Commencement speaker William Kuepper is provost and vice chancellor emeritus at UW-Green Bay. He was present at UW-Green Bay's beginning and helped guide the institution for nearly 30 years as a member of key committees and as one of its top administrators. He has lived in Colorado since retiring in 1995 and is a senior policy adviser for the Colorado Commission on Higher Education. He also reviews academic programs on U.S. military installations around the world for the American Council on Education.

Student speaker Michelle R. Cullen, Chilton, earned her degree in Human Biology with a Health Sciences emphasis. She completed a minor in Chemistry. Cullen was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi national honor society and TriBeta, an honor society in the biological sciences. She served as a teaching assistant in University classes and as mentor to high school students and was active in campus leadership.

Ten retiring faculty members will receive honorary titles traditionally earned in higher education through long service.

Receiving Professor Emeritus titles will be Daniel J. Alesch, Public and Environmental Affairs/Political Science; Walter J. Herrscher, Humanistic Studies/English; Joseph M. Moran, Natural and Applied Sciences/Earth Science; Michael W. Murphy, Humanistic Studies/English; Jack C. Norman, Natural and Applied Sciences/Chemistry; and Charles R. Rhyner, Natural and Applied Sciences/Physics. Karon J. Winzenz will be named Professor Emerita.

Associate Professor Emeritus titles will go to Bruce W. Mielke, Information Sciences/Computer Science, and Robert W. Obenberger, Business Administration. Ann L. McLean will receive the title Associate Professor Emerita.

Commencement guests are invited to a reception following the ceremony in theWeidner Center foyer and terrace.

(01-105 / 7 May 2001 / VCD)

Forty-one students receive Leadership Awards

GREEN BAY -Forty-one students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been selected to receive the University Leadership Award for outstanding academic achievement and service to the campus community over the past year. The awards will be presented at a 6 p.m. program Friday, May 18, in the University Theatre of Theatre Hall on campus, along with recipients of the Chancellor's Medallion.

Students receiving the Leadership Award from Wisconsin are: Lisa Baker, Hubertus; Lindsey Baldwin, Portage; Shawn Beattie, Oshkosh; Jason Blohm, Necedah; Rebecca Buchberger, Wausau; Rebecca Burch, Colgate; Kris Burg, Malone; Katherine Canadeo, Green Bay; Carrie Carnes, Montreal; Matthew Clarke, Brookfield; Jennifer Danz, Beloit; Ruth Dreckman, Green Bay; Nicole Enz, Rhinelander; Tracy Falk, Wautoma; Michael Halberg, Sun Prairie; Joanelle Jackson, Milwaukee; Kimberly Kargus, Oshkosh; Leah Kemp, Green Bay; Abigail Kiefer, Madison; Jodi Klabunde, Sussex; Rick LaFrombois, Green Bay; John Lorenz, Menomonee Falls; Kerry Marx, West Allis; Ronald Osero, Wausau; Crystal Roitt, Mount Calvary; Rebecca Sharpe, Elkhorn; Sean Stephenson, Schofield; Wendy Streblow, Elkhart Lake; Daniel Stringer, Milwaukee; Lila Thomson, Gillett; Panh Nha Vang, Milwaukee; Sousie Vang, Sheboygan; Kristy Watzlawick, Merrill; Kimberli Woldt, Menasha; and Jill Wunrow, Hilbert.

From out of the state are: Louna Moua, Brooklyn Park, Minn; Natalie Noonan, Wheaton, Ill.; Martha Stecker, Chapel Hill, N.C.; and Nicole Vaux, Champaign, Ill.

From out of the United States are: Natalie Archie, Mount Saint George, Tobago; and Milos Sainovic, Melenci, Yugoslavia.

Natalie Archie is an accounting major. She is a resident assistant and participates in the Student Orientation and Registration (SOAR) program. She will serve as a student representative for the international conference for international educators this month. She is a "Reading Buddy," helping middle school children with their reading skills, and is involved in the International Club, the Roteract Club and many Residence Life activities. This will be her second University Leadership Award.

Lisa Baker is majoring in communication and the arts. She has been a resident assistant, community adviser and campus tour guide. She was Webmaster assistant and photographer for Student Services and her work was selected for the student art show at the Lawton Gallery. She also took part in the Pals Program, where she spent time as a buddy to an at-risk child from Green Bay.

Lindsey Baldwin is a political science major. She holds a 3.90 gpa and served an internship with the Legislative Technology Services Bureau. As club treasurer of Circle K she has been involved in more than ten different service activities such as AIDS Walk Wisconsin, the Adopt-A-Highway program, Coats for Kids, and others.

Shawn Beattie is majoring in history and humanistic studies. He is a resident assistant, a community adviser and is a student senator and co-director of academic affairs. He plays on the men's club volleyball team and is active in intramurals. This is his second University Leadership Award honor.

Jason Blohm will graduate with a degree in geography. He has been known since 1997 as the Phlash, the Phoenix mascot. In that role he received recognition as an outstanding mascot at conference and regional competitions and he represented the University at numerous public functions over the years. He also works as an intramural basketball referee.

Rebecca Buchberger is majoring in social work. She interned with Family Services Adolescent Day Treatment and served as a volunteer for Family Services Small Parenting Class. She was awarded the Federal Child Welfare Scholarship in spring of 2001. She is the after-school coordinator at the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay and a receptionist at the Writing Center on campus.

Rebecca Burch is majoring in public administration. She is being recognized for her involvement as a student senator, resident assistant, campus tour guide and president of the National Residence Hall Honorary. Through her involvement with the Residence Hall and Apartment Association, she participated in the Serve to Learn Grant, which researched community service opportunities for UW-Green Bay students. She has been selected to the search committee for the University's next chancellor.

Kris Burg is majoring in elementary education. She is currently a preschool teacher and school volunteer. As vice president of Circle K International, she has volunteered countless hours in a number of service events. She is a past president of Student Wisconsin Education Association and she serves on a committee that will produce a handbook for education students, informing them of information pertinent to obtaining their teaching certification.

Katherine Canadeo is pursuing a degree in business administration. She is a member of the Phoenix cheerleading squad, Phi Eta Sigma and Law Society. She is a notetaker for a disabled student on campus. Canadeo uses her job as a lifeguard and swimming instructor at the YMCA to encourage students to attend college. She has volunteered with Paul's Pantry, March of Dimes and Big Event for Little Kids.

Carrie Carnes is majoring in communication processes with a public relations emphasis. She was the Rose Scholarship recipient for the 2000-2001 school year. She has been a page and layout editor with The Fourth Estate student newspaper and a broadcast assistant at WFRV -TV Channel 5, Green Bay. She is a member of Good Times Programming, the University Union Recognition Committee and is a promotions intern for North Eastern Wisconsin In-School Telecommunications, all while maintaining a 3.95 gpa. This is her second University Leadership Award recognition.

Matthew Clarke is a chemistry major. He worked at Hydrite Chemical Co. and as a summer researcher at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He is currently a tutor at the Academic Resource Center and a member of the Gamer's Club, where he is convention coordinator. He is also newsletter chairman and scrapbook keeper for Circle K International.

Jennifer Danz is majoring in communication processes with a public relations emphasis. She has been a member of Good Times Programming since 1998 and has helped bring big-name artists and activities to the University. She is a member of the Union Board, Phoenix Club Team and the Student Academic Affairs committee. She has been a key representative for the University at many National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) regional and national conventions.

Ruth Dreckman will graduate with a degree in social work. She helped the College of Menominee Nation start a Social Work/Human Services Club. Dreckman is currently involved in an independent study on spirituality and social work. She is currently president of the Social Work Club here on campus, and in that capacity has volunteered at NEW Community Shelter, Brown County Mental Health Center and the Family Violence Center. She is currently involved in an internship with the Brown County Humans Services Community Treatment Program.

Nicole Enz will graduate Summa Cum Laude with an urban and regional studies degree and an emphasis in environmental design. She interned for Bay Lake Regional Planning, DePere Planning, and On Broadway, Inc. She is a Big Sister in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization. She also served on the Peer Conduct Review Board and as an Introduction to College assistant for Admissions. This is her second University Leadership honor.

Tracy Falk will graduate with a degree in business and a marketing emphasis. She is currently the treasurer of the Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) club and donated over 50 hours on SIFE projects. She has worked for Cooperative Resources International and Tri-Rivers Nature Area. She is also a volunteer for Junior Achievement, teaching middle school children about business and marketing. She was captain of an AIDS Walk Wisconsin team of nine individuals, who raised over $1,000 for AIDS research.

Michael Halberg is majoring in social change and development and human biology with a health science emphasis. He is a member of the Phoenix men's tennis team and received the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Academic All-Conference award and the team's academic MVP honor twice. He carries a 3.96 gpa. He is the chair of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and a member of Bio-Science Connection, Tribeta and Phi Eta Sigma.

Joanelle Jackson is majoring in social change and development. She was recently elected Student Government Association President and is on the search committee for the University's next chancellor. She is a member and former president of the Black Student Union, and has served as vice president for the Student Government Association, a member of the Segregated University Fee Allocation Committee (SUFAC) and Student Senate.

Kimberly Kargus is majoring in mathematics. She is the alto section leader in the University's concert choir and was in the University Theater production of "Pippin." She is a member of student ambassadors, peer educators and the Student Wisconsin Education Association, where she is a pen pal to first and second grade students at a local elementary school and has helped Doty Elementary and Preble High School students with math and literacy skills. She is president of Phi Eta Sigma and is a member of Campus Crusade for Christ.

Leah Kemp will graduate with a triple-major in French, political science, and social change and development. Among her many activities in her major areas, she initiated and encouraged discussion on a UW-Green Bay-based French on-line cyber cafˇ; she also initiated the publishing of a campus newsletter, the Social Prizm, an outlet for students to voice their opinions about society. She served as vice president of the French Club and vice-chair of History Fund, Inc. She is also a member of the Social Change Club and the Brown County Democratic Party where she campaigned for Sen. Herb Kohl, State Sen. Dave Hansen and former Vice President Al Gore. She has also volunteered at Crossroads Justice Center and Shelter.

Abigail Kiefer has a double major in environmental policy and planning, and urban and regional studies. She is a past member of Round River Alliance and the Residence Hall and Apartment Association. She was a student representative for the Learning Experience Initiative and is on the task force for the Status of Women Committee on campus. She is currently the vice-chair of the Segregated University Fee Allocation Committee and finance chair of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance.

Jodi Klabunde is majoring in human biology with an emphasis in dietetics. She is president of the Dietetics Health and Wellness Club. She has been involved in the March of Dimes as a team leader and as a student teacher of a nutrition class at the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay. She was the organizer of the UW-Green Bay Health Fair and took the lead for a booth at the Prevea Health Fair.

Rick LaFrombois is majoring in communication processes with a journalism emphasis. He is the current editor in chief of The Fourth Estate student newspaper, a community reporter for the Green Bay Press-Gazette and a member of the Wisconsin Historical Society. He served previously as managing editor of The Fourth Estate.

John Lorenz has a double major in psychology and human development. He is a resident assistant who received program of the month and program of the semester honors. He is currently an organizer on the Special Events Committee for Residence Life and a member of the Psychology/Human Development Club. He was also an after school programmer at the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay and was a guidance counselor intern at Notre Dame Academy.

Kerry Marx will graduate with a business administration degree and a management emphasis. She is a Big Sister in the Big Brother/Big Sister program of Northeastern Wisconsin, a food server and baker for the St. Ben Meal Program and a youth night volunteer at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. She serves as a student assistant to Kurt Willmann, UW-Green Bay's executive director of business enterprises and project administration. She was a member of the University Union Board, Residence Hall and Apartment Association, Dining Advisory Committee and Student Senate.

Louna Moua is majoring in human development. She is a volunteer for Family Services and established an after-school gang prevention program that works with economically disadvantaged and at-risk minority female adolescents. She is also vice-president of the Southeast Asian Student Union, a representative in the Coalition of Multi-Cultural Organizations, a youth leader at Hmong Alliance Church, and a mentor for the Green Bay Public Schools Mentoring Association.

Natalie Noonan is a human development major. She is a former team captain and member of the Phoenix volleyball team. She set University records in career assists and assists in a season (twice). She is the head coach for the Northern Starz Volleyball Club, an intramural referee at the Phoenix Sports Center, and a former team representative on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. She was also a coach for Special Olympics and an assistant coach for Winfield Park District youth softball.

Ronald Osero is majoring in business administration with a management emphasis. He is a Habitat for Humanity volunteer, serving as UW-Green Bay's chapter president and a member of the organization's Blitz Build Committee. He is also supervisor of the student mailroom.

Crystal Roitt is majoring in political science and public administration. She is president of Law Society and is responsible for reestablishment of the club. She is also treasurer of Community Apartment Board, on the Peer Conduct Review Board and a member of Phi Eta Sigma.

Milos Sainovic is a communication processes major. He is current member and former co-chair of the International Club, and was that organization's representative for the University Union Board and Student Senate. He is the current Student Government Association multicultural affairs director and hopes to create a strong coalition with the American Multicultural Center and other minority student organizations.

Rebecca Sharpe is majoring in elementary education. She is involved with Residence Hall and Apartment Association, Student Ambassadors, Student Education Association and is a campus tour guide. She served previously as a member of Good Times Programming and was a piano player for the campus church choir.

Martha Stecker is majoring in communication processes and social change and development. She is the director of Shared Governance, securing student representation on the General Education Council. She is also a member of Student Government Association and Student Senate. Last year she put together an Earth Week presentation for Kennedy Elementary students.

Sean Stephenson will graduate with a degree in public administration and political science. He interned with the Brown County District Attorney's office, and developed a database that is still in use. He also interned at the Victim Witness Program of Brown County. He was secretary of the Student Senate and was a member of the College Republicans.

Wendy Streblow is majoring in business administration with an emphasis in management. She was highly involved in Habitat for Humanity and Circle K. She is also a Student Ambassador and a volunteer with Ask-a-Student and Peer Educator programs. In addition, she works as a data management assistant for the Wisconsin Bird Atlas and in the University mailroom.

Daniel Stringer is majoring in human biology. He is a past president and current trip coordinator for Habitat for Humanity. He is also a community adviser overseeing five resident assistants at Residence Life. He is a former trombonist for the Phoenix Pep Band and Symphonic Band.

Lila Thomson will graduate with degrees in social change and development and communication processes. She carries a 3.89 gpa and is one of a few students invited to social functions held in conjunction with the Historical Perspectives Lecture series. She was selected as a teacher's assistant for the Introduction to Women's Studies class leading two class periods and other discussion sessions. She is a founding member of Feminist Majority and helped bring nationally recognized feminist writers to campus. She served as chair of the Woman of the Year Award Committee.

Panh Nha Vang is majoring in human development. She serves as secretary of the Southeast Asian Student Union and is a mentor at Green Bay East High School. She served an internship as a Cub Scout leader at Tank School and continues now as a volunteer. She took the lead on a number of community events as part of an internship with the Hmong Association.

Sousie Vang is majoring in business administration and linguistics. She is a member of the Southeast Asian Student Union, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, church pianist for the Hmong Community Alliance Church, and office assistant in the Office of International Education on campus. She has also volunteered as a reader for English as a Second Language students at Edison Middle School.

Nicole Vaux is majoring in English literature. She serves as president of the University Union Board and is a resident assistant and as part of those organizations, received many outstanding student programming awards. She participates in the African Hand Drumming Ensemble, is a member of the Black Student Union, is an executive member of the Student Government Association, and is a member of the Dining Advisory Committee.

Kristy Watzlawick is majoring in accounting. She served as bid captain and was a presenter for the the University in its successful run for Residence Hall and Apartment Association's (RHAA) Small School of the Year Award. She is also secretary of the Student Senate and member of the Ambassadors Club.

Kimberli Woldt is a biology major and carries a 3.75 gpa. She is four-year member of the Phoenix women's soccer team where she earned Conference All-Academic honors. As a senior she was also the team captain and most valuable player. She was selected as one of 15 national all-stars to play against women from the World Champion Women's National Team in a charity event for the Mia Hamm Foundation. The event drew 13,000 people and raised $100,000 for bone marrow awareness. She was also an assistant varsity coach at DePere High School, a volunteer tutor, head coach of the Green Bay Lightening Soccer Club, and a volunteer with Special Olympics.

Jill Wunrow is a communication processes major. She is four-year member of the Phoenix women's cross country team, is a member of the Student Telecounselor and Recruiting team, member of the Peer Conduct Review Board and a Peer Educator. She interns in the Sports Information Office, is a freelance writer for the Green Bay Press-Gazette and is a member of Campus Crusade for Christ/Athletes in Action.

(01-103 / 2 May 2001 / SB)

Twenty-one receive Chancellor's Medallions

GREEN BAY - Twenty-one graduating seniors at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been selected to receive the 2001 Chancellor's Medallion in recognition of sustained campus and community service and leadership during their university careers. The recipients will be recognized in a program that begins at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, May 2 in the 1965 Room of the University Union, on campus.

Students receiving the Chancellor's Medallion are Jenniffer Bruss, Rhinelander; Kerrie Buss, Marion; Shannon Byrne, Green Oaks, Ill; Jeremy Cleven, Seymour; Michelle Cullen, Chilton; Jennifer Hollis, Wausau; Sarah Jean, Darlington; Kurt Kober, Sheboygan; Sarah Kozlovsky, North Branch, Minn; Stacy Krueger, Greendale; Elisa LaChance, Phillips; David Lamers, Little Chute; Anna Landenberger, Marinette; Laura Maar, Medford; Erin Maegdlin, Gainsville, Fla; Andrea Nilsen, Union Grove; Kari Polczynski, New Berlin; Diane Przybelski, Maiden Rock; Amy Roznowski, Appleton; Jeremy Thompson, Waupun; and Corey Young, New London.

Jenniffer Bruss will graduate summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in communication processes and a public relations emphasis. On campus she served as copy editor of the campus newspaper The Fourth Estate, as the marketing director for Goods Times Programming Board, and in a volunteer capacity for the Building Unity Conference. Off campus she helped the elderly as a volunteer for National Make a Difference Day. She served as a community services intern at St. Mary's Hospital in Rhinelander, where she developed and implemented an awareness survey for 600 employees.

Kerrie Buss will graduate with a bachelor's degree in communication processes with an emphasis in organizational communications. While enrolled in the Schneider National Internship Program she was given a Certificate of Achievement in recognition of her outstanding contribution to make Schneider a world-class organization. She received an A+ for a group communication study that her professor has said was the best in his 17 years of teaching. During the summer of 2000 she was director assistant for the Introduction to College program, and in that capacity, was responsible for the hiring and training of twenty-four assistants, along with coordinating academic and social events for 564 incoming freshmen. She was an active member of the American Marketing Association, Good Times Programming, Office of Student Life, Peer Educator Program, and many other campus and community activities.

Shannon Byrne will graduate with a bachelor's degree in environmental policy. She spent much of her time with the Office of Admissions, serving as a tour guide and recruiter; and the Office of Residence Life where she has served as a resident assistant, community adviser and residence life intern. She was the environmental affairs and community service director for the Student Government Association and was involved with more than 20 other campus organizations. She also volunteered for many community activities and agencies including Paul's Pantry, Salvation Army, Curative Rehabilitation Center, March of Dimes, and many others.

Jeremy Cleven will graduate with a bachelor's degree in human biology. He amassed over 2,500 documented hours of volunteer work for the University's athletic department in an athletic training capacity. In fall of 2000 he assumed head athletic trainer responsibilities, involving educational instruction of student athletic trainers, overseeing all operations and handling all administrative duties, while the head trainer took a two-month leave. During his four years he has improved the record-keeping system; conducted and organized in-services for staff; introduced a head injury return-to-play protocol for athletes; instrumented the program's involvement in a national female student-athlete head injury study; and served as head trainer for the men's and women's soccer and softball teams. He is the founder of the University's Student Athletic Trainer Organization. He has served in a volunteer capacity for the Badger State Games, the Bellin Elite High School Football Combine, and interned with the Green Bay Bombers and the Green Bay Gamblers. He is the recipient of the 2000 Great Lakes Athletic Training Association Graduate Level Memorial Scholarship.

Michelle Cullen will graduate with a bachelor's degree in human biology and an emphasis in health science. She has been selected as the Student Speaker for commencement Saturday, May 19. She is a past two-time recipient of the University Leadership Award. She has served as a lab instructor in the anatomy and physiology labs the past two springs and is a catherization lab assistant at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay. She presented the results of two research projects at the UW-System Research Symposium in April. She was highly involved in on-campus organizations, serving as vice-chair of SUFAC, student helper for the Introduction to College program, and a member of the Compelling Idea Task Force, a campus initiative to improve student learning. She served as a Marshal for the past three commencements and was co-president of the Student Ambassadors. She also plays saxophone and is a vocalist for the Eddie Larsen Orchestra.

Jennifer Hollis will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology and human development. She has served since 1998 as a resident assistant and most recently as a community adviser, overseeing other resident assistants. She is a former University Leadership Award recipient and she has earned numerous Residence Life programming awards. She organized an alternative spring break trip through the Ecumenical Center, taking a group of students to the Appalachian Mountains to help service a poor community with home and community building restoration projects. She is certified as a Helpline crisis call volunteer for the Goldenhouse Family Violence Center. She works part time at Regency Suites in Green Bay.

Sarah Jean will graduate with a bachelor's degree in business administration and management. She was a 2000 Alumni Association Scholarship recipient. On campus she served as manager of the Phoenix women's basketball team for two seasons, was a student tour guide for the Admissions Office and was involved in many Ecumenical Center programs. Off campus she served as a member and co-leader the Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Support Group and offered companionship services to in-home elderly patients. She also participated in the Green Bay Diocese Young Adult Pilgrimage to Rome.

Kurt Kober will graduate with a bachelor's degree in business administration and an emphasis in marketing. He is a three-time past winner of the University Leadership Award. He served as president of the Student Government Association for two years and during his tenure led students on campaigns for the Learning Experience Initiative and the Campus Life for the 21st Century improvements. Among many initiatives, his work led to the reestablishment of the University Woman of the Year Award program and the UW-Green Bay Living Memorial. He is highly involved in the political arena, having served as President of the College Democrats of Wisconsin and Vice Chair of UW-Green Bay's College Democrats.

Sarah Kozlovsky will graduate with a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis in human resource management. She has served as a resident assistant since fall of 1998 and was honored for many programs and activities including "It Could Happen to You," a mock drunk-driving accident requiring the participation of the Green Bay Fire Department, University Public Safety and the medical examiner. She also took leadership in the "Got Clothes?" clothing drive, that raised more than 1,000 articles of clothing serving those in need in the Green Bay community. Her "Haunted Halls" program in October of 2000 earned a National Residence Hall Honorarium award.

Stacy Krueger will graduate with a bachelor's degree in history. She was a four-year member and senior captain of the Phoenix women's basketball team and was selected to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference academic honor roll. She was instrumental in her teams' many conference titles and three NCAA tournament berths. She is currently serving as a teacher's assistant for a Women's Studies course, and was selected to be a student speaker at a Women's History Month event last year. She traveled to England independently last summer to work on an independent study about women in the English society. She has also participated in many camps and clinics, coaching and mentoring grade and middle school students in both basketball and academic skills.

Eliza LaChance will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology and aspires to be a high school guidance counselor. She boasts a perfect 4.0 grade point average the past three semesters and a 3.98 overall. She is a past recipient of the University Leadership Award. She served as a resident assistant and president of her building council. She initiated, "Spreading Love Across Generations," in which students in her residence hall created valentines and delivered them to a local nursing home, spending time with the residents in the process. Off campus she is a volunteer at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Green Bay and Big Brothers Big Sisters. She is involved in many Admissions activities and is currently the student telecounselor and recruiting team leader. She has also been employed as a front desk worker for Residence Life since 1998.

David Lamers will graduate with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. He will be honored as the University's Most Outstanding Student, selected by the Alumni Association, at commencement on Saturday, May 19. He is a former recipient of the University Leadership Award. He was selected as an education undergraduate presenter at the Institute for Learning Partnership Fall Symposium. He served as vice president of the Residence Hall and Apartment Association; he was a committee member for both the Learning Experience initiative and Campus Life for the 21st Century to improve both the learning experience and facilities for future UW-Green Bay students; and he was speaker of the Student Senate. He also served in many capacities for the Office of Admissions. Off campus he works with developmentally disabled students on their phonetic ability and works with the English as a Second Language students at Green Bay East High School.

Anna Landenberger will graduate with a bachelor's degree in political science and public administration. She has been actively involved in student government and campus life both at UW-Marinette and UW-Green Bay. She represented the University in many Student Life conferences and served as Executive Director of Good Times Programming. She served as an intern with the Oneida Nation Arts Program, involving fundraising, strategic planning and outcome measurements for the benefit of Oneida artists and their community. Off campus she was a team captain for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and she served as a Deacon for her church.

Laura Maar will graduate with a bachelor's degree in human biology. She has a 3.90 grade point average and is a past recipient of the University Leadership Award and the Dr. Sullivan Scholarship Award. She belongs to both the Beta Beta Beta Biological and Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Societies. She recently completed an internship with the Family Fertility Center observing the embryologist and other clinic staff. She is also a member of the Peer Conduct Review Board and secretary of Tribeta. She works in the Office of Admissions and at Memorial Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and has done a great deal of volunteer work in the medical arena.

Erin Maegdlin will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology and human development. She is a former Leadership Award recipient and carries a 3.95 grade point average. Last summer she served as a research intern for the National Science Foundation Research Program for Undergraduates with a project that investigated how parental input affects children's categorization of the environment. She is developing a grant to place college mentors in local high schools, a project that transpired out of her volunteer work with the American Red Cross. As a resident assistant and community adviser, she has won many awards for her programming and publicity efforts.

Andrea Nilsen will graduate with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. She spent much of her time as a successful member of the Phoenix women's tennis team. As a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee she began what is now a tradition — the Mitten Tree — a project which collects hats, mittens, gloves, scarves for the needy in exchange for free admission to athletic events. She also developed the Activity Fair at the first-ever Family Weekend put on by Residence Life. She was a co-instructor for Tools for 2000, a course to help freshmen become acclimated to college, and she served on the Peer Conduct Review Board. She has volunteered in many Green Bay area public schools, as well.

Kari Polczynski will graduate with a bachelor's degree in communication processes with an emphasis in journalism and public relations. She is a former recipient of the University Leadership Award. She was a four-year member of the Phoenix women's soccer program, serving as captain in her final two seasons. She has a long history with the campus newspaper, The Fourth Estate, serving as editor-in-chief, and as managing, lead, sports and copy editor at various stages of her career. Last summer she interned at the Walt Disney World Resort and she is currently serving an internship as a news production assistant at WFRV-TV in Green Bay. She is also communications director of the Student Government Association and a former associate editor of Voyageur magazine. She also aided in the publicity efforts for a campaign that secured $17,000 additional funds than previous years for the American Diabetes Association.

Diane Przybelski will graduate with a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies and an emphasis in literature and creative writing. She will graduate summa cum laude with All University Honors and senior distinction in her major and perfect 4.0 grade point average. She has written and hopes to publish a novella, A Question of Honor about the Dakota Conflict of 1862, and an article intended for publication called "Women in the Civil War: sifting through myth to find grains of truth," about women who have been reported to have served as soldiers in the U.S. Civil War. She was chosen to present at the UW Symposium for Undergraduate Research. She is a newsletter editor and Web site designer for the Prairie Island Indian Community, helping tribal members to maintain a sense of community whether they live on or off the reservation. She is a volunteer foster parent for the Rottweiller Rescue program and a business partner with her husband.

Amy Roznowski will graduate with a bachelor's degree in political science and public administration. She will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps in June having graduated 40th in a company of 220 in basic training last year, and is the first female Marine Corps officer candidate to graduate from UW-Green Bay. In a public administration internship at the Phoenix Sports Center, she served as coordinator of games management for women's basketball, overseeing 15 students responsible for game-day management of the Division I athletic events. She also served on the University's Peer Conduct Review Board.

Jeremy Thompson will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology. He is president of Campus Crusade for Christ, one of the largest student organizations on campus with approximately 200 members. As promotions and outreach leader he arranged for "survival kits" to be given to all freshmen on campus. He is a volunteer at the Freedom House Homeless Shelter, cooking meals for families and adopting a family. He led a drive to raise over $800 for the shelter. He is currently a resident assistant and has also been actively involved with Habitat for Humanity and Student Government.

Corey Young will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology. As an intern in the Admissions Office, Young coordinated the Student Orientation Assistance and Recruitment (SOAR) program and was responsible for all its components -reservations, food service arrangements, hiring and training orientation assistants, mailings and more. Upon the unexpected departure of a professional staff member, Young was offered the position of a limited, but full-time position in the office for fall of 2000, a rare opportunity for a student. He also served as a resident assistant and community adviser, receiving Residence Life Program of the Year honors in 1999 for his "Rescue 9-911" program. He also serves as a board member and fundraising chairperson for the Ecumenical Center and is the regional coordinator for Camp Heartland AIDS/HIV Corporation.

(01-102 / 2 May 2001 / SB)

Clarinetist Wright sets May 8 recital

GREEN BAY -- Clarinetist Scott Wright will present a recital at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 8 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Dr.

He'll perform in "An Evening of Clarinet Chamber Music," with Linda Halloin, piano; Laura Schang, cello, and Sharon Steinberg-Plier, soprano. Wright and Halloin frequently perform together as a duo, Pegasus.

The major work on the program is a rarely heard piece for cello, piano and clarinet by late 19th century-early 20th century French composer Vincent D'Indy. Wright says it's a rarely heard work "of symphonic proportions."

Wright will perform a solo piece, "Monologue Number 3," composed in 1975 by Erland von Koch. Also on the program are "Hillandale Waltzes" for clarinet and piano by Victor Babin, and Franz Schubert's "Shepherd on the Rock" for soprano, clarinet and piano.

Wright joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in August 1997. He has twice been a guest soloist at the Conference of the International Clarinet Society, in 1998 and 1999. Wright has been a section member and soloist with professional ensembles including the Arizona Opera Orchestra, Ensemble 21 (Phoenix), the Southwest Washington Symphony (Longview), the Bloch International Music Festival Orchestra (Newport, Ore.), the Yaquina (Ore.) Chamber Orchestra and the Northwest Wind Symphony (Olympia, Wash.). His Doctor of Musical Arts degree is from Arizona State University. At UW-Green Bay, Wright teaches applied clarinet, music education and instrumental methods courses and he conducts the UW-Green Bay Symphonic Band.

Admission is free.

(01-104 / 1 May 2001 / VCD)

UW-Green Bay announces May graduates

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 19, will honor approximately 600 graduates who complete their degrees in May or at the end of summer session in August. Those students receiving bachelor's degrees with academic honors are indicated by *cum laude, ** magna cum laude, and ***summa cum laude.

Master of Administrative Science

Karen M. Besiada, Green Bay; Susan C. Bressler, Renton, Washington; Orville R. Guyette, De Pere; Eileen J, Kolb, De Pere; Randall J. Krueger, Bonduel; Erik C. Misselt, Appleton; and Jennifer E. Reetz, Green Bay.

Master of Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning
Paula M. Fitzsimmons Abbott, Green Bay; Amy Jo Bunkleman, De Pere; Lisa A. Decoteau, Green Bay; Ruth A. Douthitt, Green Bay; Susan R. Jenkel, Green Bay; Joy D. Korth-Krubsack, Clintonville; Andrea L Kroening, Green Bay; Keith R. LeMahieu, Pound; James F. Plog, Green Bay; Matthew R. Slattery, Two Rivers; and Carol A. Steeno, Green Bay.

Master of Environmental Science and Policy
Amy Eunmi Chong, New York, New York; Amy L. Fettes, Green Bay; Galina Sergiu Florea, Chisinau, Moldova; Steven L. Funk, Menasha; Sarah E. Hach, Oconomowoc; Tolif R. Hunt, Green Bay; Jeremy R. Johnson, Green Bay; Larry D. Johnson, Green Bay; Eric A. Merka, Big Stone Gap, Virginia; Andrew T. Paulios, Green Bay; Robert W. Proudfit, Osceola, Indiana; Lance J. Roberts, Green Bay; Darcy A. Robinson, Buffalo Grove, Illinois; Timothy S. Scherer, Green Bay; Russel E.J. Walesh, Two Rivers; and Wendy M. White, Green Bay.

Brown -- Michelle Ebert and Jennifer Rugg, Green Bay.
Door -- Brian Leist, Sturgeon Bay.
Outagamie -- Alyssa Vandenberg, Grand Chute.
Shawano -- Andrea Wegner, Shawano.


Brown -- Dana Brink and Lori Clementson, Green Bay; and Dawn Allen, Pulaski.
Clark -- Brandi Hoeper**, Greenwood.
Fond Du Lac -- Adam Benik***, Waupun.
Manitowoc -- Jason Bonfigt, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Keri Bauer*, Wausaukee.
Ozaukee -- Cole Hackert, Port Washington.
Waukesha -- Jeremy Bodus, Waukesha.
Other states -- Jamie Sevon, Michigan.

Brown -- Kevin De Wane, Jennifer Hunter, Kristy Konitzer*, Todd Pociask*, Kevin Rondou, RaeAnn Sersch, and Danielle Wypishinski, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Matthew Krajnik, Mishicot.
Oneida -- Dea Werner, Rhinelander.
Outagamie -- Rebecca Pearson***, Kimberly.
Sheboygan -- Kate Tupper*, Sheboygan.

Brown -- Jennifer Hermans*, Denmark; Elizabeth Ross, De Pere; and Shana Anderson, Kristy Earley, Jamie Ertl**, Ronda Liebmann, and Susan Mullen, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Cathy Ohlsen, Potter.
Dane -- Sylvann Welcome, Madison.
Douglas -- Kurt Dekiep, Superior.
Kewaunee -- Vicky Plamann, Kewaunee.
Marinette -- Tanya Steiner, Coleman.
Oconto -- JoAnn Sutto**, Oconto.
Outagamie -- Tina Abel, Appleton.
Sheboygan -- Christopher Jens, Elkhart Lake; and John Willadsen, Sheboygan.
Vilas -- Brian Achuff*, Land O'Lakes.
Walworth -- Sara Armfield, Elkhorn.
Waupaca -- David Marach, Clintonville.
Other states -- Barbara Kieffer, Michigan; and Laura Anderson and Ryan Andrews, Minnesota.

Business Administration
Brown -- Andrew Dufeck, Denmark; Jennifer Kelly, Kirsten Quam, Kelly Reetz, Shannon Smith, and Kathryn Smithwick, De Pere; Nicholas Allard, Ryan Bannach, Dana Brink, Susan Crabb, Jason Demerath, Joseph Gile, Timothy Hodek, Crystal Jolly*, John Kaste, Steven Libert, Diana Macuk**, Amanda Miller, Erin Peters, Cara Plotkin, Andrew Schmidt, Jessica Schmidt, Boua Thao, and Matthew Vanden Avond, Green Bay; Christopher Mura, Oneida; Dawn Allen, Pulaski; and Joel Kammueller, Wrightstown.
Calumet -- Julie Demerath, Brillion.
Clark -- Brandi Hoeper**, Greenwood.
Columbia -- Linda Hookham, Wisconsin Dells.
Dane -- Gil Roth, Madison.
Dodge -- Jonathan Semrau***, Mayville.
Door -- Chad Klaubauf**, Forestville; and Alicia Anderson** and Kelli Bowling**, Sturgeon Bay.
Fond Du Lac -- Derek Eilertson, Eldorado; and Ross Wuesthoff and Mindi Yohn, Waupun.
Forest -- Barbara Knitt, Armstrong Creek.
Kenosha -- Sara Galster, Kenosha.
Kewaunee -- Adam Kolmorgen, Kewaunee.
Lafayette -- Sarah Jean*, Darlington.
Langlade -- Ginger Hipke-McCabe, White Lake.
Lincoln -- Karen Kahle*, Tomahawk.
Manitowoc -- Jason Bonfigt, Mary Duebner, Jennifer Hilbelink, Jessica Knapp, Mark Stone, Amy Wetenkamp, and David Weyer, Manitowoc; and Jason Brigham, Two Rivers.
Marathon -- Kyra Johnson**, Mosinee; Matthew Menning, Schofield; and Crystal Elfe*, Spencer.
Marinette -- Ann Marie Jicha and Jaime Wilson*, Crivitz; and William Bezio*, Marinette.
Milwaukee -- Timothy Pigo, Brown Deer; Kenneth Ferk and Vincent Panzarella, Greenfield; Kathryn Filipiak and Edward Gramza IV, Milwaukee; Cari Arndorfer, Wauwatosa; and Kerry Marx, West Allis.
Oconto -- Erica Sharpe, Oconto Falls.
Outagamie -- Mandi Barke, Kurt Biese, and Rebecca Chasco***, Appleton; Timothy Eckes, Little Chute; Jennifer Plachinski, Neenah; Debra Conery**, New London; and Natalie Mitchell**, Seymour.
Ozaukee -- Tammy Steinke, Fredonia; Michelle Dunn, Mequon; and Cole Hackert, Port Washington.
Saint Croix -- Thor Riley, Hammond.
Sawyer -- Carl Johnson, Exeland.
Shawano -- Tabitha Schreiber, Cecil; and Penny Hille, Shawano.
Sheboygan -- Eric Avant, Adam Bartelt, Sean Gaffney*, Timothy Howe, Kurt Kober, and Tyler Prange, Sheboygan.
Waukesha -- David Gorzek, Menomonee Falls; Jonathan Meyer*, Matthew Miller, and Nicholas Mueller, New Berlin.
Winnebago -- Amanda Sattler*, Neenah; and Christine Wagner, Oshkosh.
Other states -- Theo Hunt**, Alaska; and Sarah Kozlovsky*, Minnesota.
Other countries -- Taymour Mokbel Shukri, Jordan.

Brown -- Jamie Ertl**, Dawn Maertz**, and Joseph Schoenebeck, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Melissa Stache**, Hilbert.
Marinette -- Matthew Blankschien**, Marinette.
Waukesha -- Matthew Clarke**, Brookfield.

Communication and the Arts
Brown -- Todd Gatske and Jessica Vigue, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Kao Vang, Two Rivers.
Washington -- Lisa Baker, Hubertus.

Communication Processes
Brown -- Nikki Curtis, Michelle Erickson, Brian Fezatte, Dana Goldschmidt** (distinction in the major), Kathryn Grandaw, Anthony Kahler, Amanda Killinger*, Phillip Link, Mariah Pizzo, Connie Sanders, Jaana Shingledecker, Kari Spejcher, Erek Steliga, Amy Stromgren, and Janice Swiggum, Green Bay.
Dodge -- Rebecca Barnett*, Beaver Dam.
Door -- Becky Vanness, Sturgeon Bay.
Eau Claire -- Danielle Luer, Eau Claire.
Jefferson -- Jennifer Baker, Jefferson.
Lafayette -- Carissa Johnston*, Darlington.
Langlade -- Toni Strobel, Antigo.
Marinette -- Christopher Nerat*, Marinette; and Steven Jandt, Peshtigo.
Milwaukee -- David Meyer, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Lila Thomson**, Gillett.
Oneida -- Jennifer Bruss***, Rhinelander.
Outagamie -- Lindsey Rasmussen, Appleton; and Benjamin LaCount and Phillip Wisneski, De Pere.
Shawano -- Kerrie Buss, Marion.
Sheboygan -- Jessica Schweitzer, Howards Grove.
Walworth -- Ryan Cass, Delavan.
Washington -- Charles Cooper, West Bend.
Waukesha -- Lynn LaRue, Dousman; Jessica Franke, Menomonee Falls; and Kari Polczynski*, New Berlin.
Winnebago -- Jennifer Peterson, Neenah.
Wood -- Jennifer Nimtz***, Wisconsin Rapids.
Other states -- Bryan Adamick, Illinois.
Other countries -- Nozomu Katsuda, Japan.

Computer Science
Brown -- Keith Burnell II and Adam Gauthier, Green Bay.
Clark -- Brian Johnson, Colby.
Kenosha -- Ryan Bailey, Kenosha.
Kewaunee -- Paul Madary, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- James Foerg, Manitowoc.
Shawano -- Jeffrey Ludolph, Shawano.
Winnebago -- David Eake, Neenah.
Other countries -- Jiang Zhu* (distinction in the major), China; and Masayuki Hyugaji, Japan.

Earth Science
Brown -- Kevin Decker and Amy Fluette, Green Bay.

Brown -- Ryan Bannach and Victor Salo, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Shaun Rezachek, Two Rivers.
Waupaca -- Aaron Dobberstein, New London.

Elementary Education
Brown -- Amanda Silha***, De Pere; Mary Amenson*, Andrew Bake, Christine Barnes, Debbie Bauer, Kurt Becker, Summer Delvoye, Amy Manning**, Sarah Moreland*, Shana Pinkalla**, Christina Rudolph, Andrew Schiller, Lula Slaughter, Tamara Spice, Rachel Swan, Dawn Terrien**, Angel Upstone, Ryan Verrier, and Denise Wood*, Green Bay; and Jennilyn VanDeYacht, Oneida.
Dodge -- Heather Zuhlke*, Beaver Dam.
Fond Du Lac -- Rebecca Braun*, Saint Cloud.
Kewaunee -- Jessica Stoller*, Algoma.
Manitowoc -- Erin Braun*, Cato; Dean Sleger*, Manitowoc; and Deanna Orchekowski, Whitelaw.
Marinette -- Mary Armbrust, Catherine Bloomquist LaCosse*, and Perry Carlson**, Marinette; and Deanna Fleischfresser**, Peshtigo.
Outagamie -- Melissa Zeman*, Appleton; Melissa Meyer, Hortonville; and David Lamers*, Little Chute.
Ozaukee -- Melissa Fowler, Port Washington.
Racine -- Jennifer Melbye**, Racine; and Andrea Nilsen, Union Grove.
Shawano -- Cheryl Boettcher**, Lynn Ejnik, and Deborah Rose**, Shawano.
Sheboygan -- Julie Wieberdink, Cedar Grove; Christina Bohnhoff, and Billie Strantz, Plymouth; and Jenny Reigel** and Kristine Weinknecht, Sheboygan.
Other states -- Cara Paulius and Mary Schultz**, Minnesota.

Brown -- Jessica Aldrich, Stephane Bielen, Bradford Bordini, Megan Heroux, Nathan Mitchell* (distinction in the major), Amanda Nero*, Dianne Parisi**, Valerie Rabas, Noele Reynolds*, and Sadie Waldhart, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Nancy Moss*, Manitowoc.
Outagamie -- Sarah Maes, Kaukauna.
Sheboygan -- Sandra Lueder*, Adell; and Tobin Traas, Plymouth.
Other states -- Vincent Laverick* (distinction in the major), Illinois.

Environmental Policy and Planning
Brown -- Brian Dickson and Angela Kowalzek*, Green Bay.
Fond Du Lac -- Cory Zibung, Fond Du Lac.
Lafayette -- Marc Fink, Darlington.
Manitowoc -- Adam Backus, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Nicholas Dombrowski, Marinette.
Milwaukee -- Shaun Mueller, West Allis.
Shawano -- Andrew Hess, Bowler.
Washington -- Diane Pruski, Hartford.
Other states -- Shannon Byrne and Joseph Katz, Illinois.
Other countries -- Taymour Mokbel Shukri, Jordan.

Environmental Science
Brown -- Jesse Brunner, De Pere; and Angela Kowalzek*, Ronda Liebmann, Trenton Miller, Melissa Shaughnessy, and Jeffrey Vandenbusch, Green Bay.
Door -- Steven Whitfield, Sturgeon Bay.
Eau Claire -- Andrew Steele, Eau Claire.
Juneau -- James Scharfenberg, Mauston.
Manitowoc -- Michael Neuser, Two Rivers.
Marinette -- Tanya Steiner, Coleman.
Milwaukee -- Stephen Humpal, Hales Corners.
Oneida -- Aaron Boers**, Eagle River.
Outagamie -- Rhonda Chier, Appleton; and Andrew Noll, Black Creek.
Sheboygan -- Christopher Jens, Elkhart Lake.
Vilas -- Brian Achuff*, Land O'Lakes.
Walworth -- Adam Woerpel, Burlington.
Waupaca -- David Marach, Clintonville.
Winnebago -- Carrie Frank, Oshkosh.
Other states -- Barbara Kieffer, Michigan; and Laura Anderson, Minnesota.

Brown -- Leah Kemp* (distinction in the major), Green Bay.

Juneau -- Jason Blohm, Necedah.

Brown -- Valerie Islo** and Andrew Lautenbach, Green Bay.

Brown -- Michael Churchill, Stacey Dantinne, Karen Janke**, Nicholas Mortensen, Joseph Urcavich, and Daniel Weyenberg, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Todd Brehmer*, Potter.
Columbia -- Ethan Shippert, Rio.
Manitowoc -- Barbara Broehm, Michael Cavanaugh, Jason Klein, Ryan Roberts, and Timothy Wester, Manitowoc; and Anthony Schneider, Whitelaw.
Marinette -- Del Thompson, Peshtigo.
Milwaukee -- Stacy Krueger, Greendale.
Oconto - Jason Wos, Lena.
Outagamie -- Robert Smith, Shiocton.
Shawano -- Earl Hildebrandt, Bonduel.
Sheboygan -- Ryan Borucki, Plymouth; and Edwin Fredricks*, Sheboygan.
Taylor -- Ryan Stockwell** (distinction in the major), Dorchester.
Winnebago -- Matt Richards, Oshkosh.

Human Biology
Brown -- Barry Johanek, Denmark; Kimberly Hunter***, Sarah Landwehr, Katherine Roberts, De Pere; Jamie Buyarski, Melissa Damsheuser, Andrew Hopkins, David Jansch, Cheryl Noel, Mark Thornborrow, and Levi Woolsey, Green Bay; and Heather VanArk, New Franken.
Calumet -- Michelle Cullen*, Chilton.
Columbia -- Jamie Schumann, Portage.
Fond Du Lac -- Alyssa Crossman* and DeAnn Yunk, Fond Du Lac.
Manitowoc -- Stacey Grube*, Manitowoc.
Marathon -- Amy Mach*, Antigo; Jeremy Roseth, Wausau; and Julia Brahmer, Wittenberg.
Oconto -- Jeri Vandenhoven, Lakewood; Keri Kelsey, Oconto; and Daniel Marquardt, Suring.
Oneida -- Alicia Wranik*, Rhinelander.
Outagamie -- Anne Bergman, Appleton; Carissa Holtz, Combined Locks; Lisa Talbot*, Kaukauna; and Angie Johnson*, Little Chute.
Ozaukee -- Mariah Goecke and Lauret Talley, Grafton.
Racine -- Sherrie Payne, Racine.
Sheboygan -- Emily Evanoff*, Plymouth; and Stacey Schultz, Sheboygan.
Taylor -- Laura Maar**, Medford.
Other states -- Sara Stenberg, Minnesota.
Other countries -- Jane Kimani**, Kenya.

Human Development
Brown -- Monica Belair, Nicole Christenson, Lisa Cornelissen, Amanda Picard, and Stephanie Schedler, De Pere; Edwin Bartholomew, Ann Bayless-Euclide, Bradford Bordini, Tracy Brown, Donna Dillhunt, Melanie Healy, Theresa Hooper, Valerie Islo**, Neil Klemme, Jessica LaVallie, Erin Maegdlin***, Jennifer Novak, Sara Nys, Bao Sengkhammee, Jessica Smurawa, Sherri Stenlund, Eric Urben, Panh Vang, and Anne Warden, Green Bay; and Daniella Edens, New Franken.
Calumet -- Sherry Propson, Appleton; and Maria Halbach**, Hilbert.
Dodge -- Jodi Smith, Beaver Dam.
Door -- Scott Sommers*, Sturgeon Bay.
Kewaunee -- Kristin Kinstetter, Kewaunee.
Manitowoc -- Matthew Granger, Brillion; Michelle Burns, Sarah LaCroix*, Rachel Miller*, and Michele Moldenhauer***, Manitowoc; Dawn Sprang, Mishicot; and Jessica Blaha and Melissa Langer, Two Rivers.
Marathon -- Jennifer Hollis, Wausau.
Marinette -- Michelle Bouche, Marinette; and Nicole Anderson, Niagara.
Milwaukee -- Stephanie Gradall, Angela Thundercloud, and Leslie Verthein, Milwaukee; and Todd Kowalsky, South Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Sydney Diercks, Abrams.
Outagamie -- Anne Bergman, Jessica Daft*, and Sarah Drews, Appleton; Linda Geiger, Kaukauna; and Julie Jansen, Little Chute.
Ozaukee -- Samantha Maczuzak, Grafton; and Jennifer Brown, Saukville.
Racine -- Jamie Repa and Karen Sinner*, Racine.
Shawano -- Patricia Taylor, Shawano.
Vilas -- Nicole Reitz, Eagle River.
Waukesha -- Jenny Wertschnig, Brookfield; John Lorenz*, Menomonee Falls; and Heather Ivy, New Berlin.
Waupaca -- Sara Hladilek, Waupaca.
Waushara -- Pamela Persha, Redgranite.
Other states -- Natalie Noonan and Kimberly Ostrowski, Illinois.

Humanistic Studies
Brown -- Roy Saldana Jr. and Janet Sanders, De Pere; and Timothy Hoffman, Brian Koenig, Amanda Marquart**, David Naniot, Noele Reynolds*, and Andrea Wroblewski, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Jennifer Schmitz, New Holstein; and Todd Brehmer*, Potter.
Eau Claire -- John McCrackin, Eau Claire.
Manitowoc -- Michael Cavanaugh, Manitowoc; and Anthony Schneider, Whitelaw.
Outagamie -- Sabrina Moore, Appleton.
Winnebago -- Matt Richards, Oshkosh.

Individual Major
Brown -- Thomas Damp*** (Cross Cultural Communication) and John McKinnon (Narrative Psychology), Green Bay.
Sheboygan -- Neil Roehrborn (Technical Theatre and Computer Science), Sheboygan Falls.
Winnebago -- Grant Fisk (Marketing Communications), Neenah.
Other states -- SueAnn Schroeder (Human Services with Children and Families), Michigan.

Information Sciences
Brown -- Ali Teymorian, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Gretchen Lodel, Mishicot.
Milwaukee -- Andrew Gimenez, Milwaukee.
Outagamie -- Brian Le Gault, Appleton.

Interdisciplinary Studies
Brown -- Patricia Barlament, Nancy Sobieski, Lisa Stache, Carol Wellens***, and Larry Wing, Green Bay; Bernard Baeb, Oneida; and Jean Lorenz***, Wrightstown.
Door -- Nancy Herschleb and Sandra McKuen, Sturgeon Bay.
Jefferson -- Walter Bird, Lake Mills.
Kewaunee -- Elizabeth Van Pay, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- Leonard Hensgen*, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Audrey Schweikl, Coleman.
Milwaukee -- William Dicks, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Brenda Hockstock*, Sobieski.
Outagamie -- Penny Amundson and Bonnie Buelow*, Appleton; and Joyce LeClair, Kimberly.
Pierce -- Diane Przybelski*** (distinction in the major), Maiden Rock.
Shawano -- Janalee Conradt, Shawano.
Waukesha -- Gregory Zickuhr, Waukesha.
Wood -- Kara Meyer, Marshfield; and June Trautschold, Wisconsin Rapids.

Brown -- Hope Hafs, Denmark; Kelly Galarneau, De Pere; and Kevin Gillis, Michael Wenzel, and Jacob Wunderlich, Green Bay.
Marathon -- Tina Bahlow* and Andrew Meyer, Wausau.
Sheboygan -- Laura Rammer, Kohler.

Brown -- Jodyne Pagel, Sara Salentine, and Andrew Thiele, Green Bay.
Outagamie -- Sabrina Moore and Bryan Setzer, Appleton.
Wood -- Douglas Rifleman, Wisconsin Rapids.

Brown -- Shari Johnson, Paula LaPlante, Stacy Laundrie, Mary Pfantz*, and Michael Tousignant, Green Bay; and Patti Heisel, Suamico.
Forest -- Jean Tiede, Wabeno.
Kewaunee -- Joann Koehler, Kewaunee.
Manitowoc -- Cynthia Rohl-Knox, Lisa Schmidt, and Linda Shaw, Manitowoc; and Mary Schultz**, Two Rivers.
Oneida -- Patricia McEwen-Kiel, Hazelhurst.
Vilas -- Joan Kazda, Saint Germain.
Other states -- Sherry Fuller and Ruth Wilson, Michigan.

Brown -- Nicole Risch, Green Bay.
Marinette -- Robert Killian, Niagara.
Waukesha -- Charles Nowacki, Pewaukee.

Political Science
Brown -- Matthew Cowan, De Pere; and Adela Carbo, James James*, Leah Kemp* (distinction in the major), Brooke Pier, and Erin Russell, Green Bay.
Lafayette -- Marc Fink, Darlington.
Marathon -- Sean Stephenson, Schofield.
Marinette -- Anna Landenberger, Marinette.
Outagamie -- Amy Roznowski*, Appleton.
Sheboygan -- Aaron Qualio, Kohler.
Washington -- Nathan Judnic (distinction in the major), Kewaskum.
Waukesha -- Aimee Schlais, Dousman.

Brown -- Lisa Cornelissen, De Pere; Richelle Braun, Christopher Busse, Theresa Hooper, Valerie Islo**, Steve Knaus, Erin Maegdlin***, Kelly Richardson, Heather Rieck, Jessica Smurawa, and Eric Urben, Green Bay; Daniella Edens, New Franken; and Amanda Harvey, Suamico.
Calumet -- Maria Halbach**, Hilbert.
Columbia -- Jamie Schumann, Portage.
Dodge -- Jeremy Thompson*, Waupun.
Door -- Scott Sommers*, Sturgeon Bay.
Green Lake -- Bradley Brzozowski*, Princeton.
Manitowoc -- Sarah LaCroix*, Rachel Miller*, and Michele Moldenhauer***, Manitowoc; and Jessica Blaha, Two Rivers.
Marathon -- Jennifer Hollis, Wausau.
Marinette -- Michelle Bouche, Marinette; and Nicole Anderson, Niagara.
Oconto -- Sydney Diercks, Abrams.
Outagamie -- Sarah Drews, Appleton.
Ozaukee -- Jennifer Brown, Saukville.
Price -- Elisa LaChance**, Phillips.
Shawano -- Daniel Bartels*** (distinction in the major), Bonduel.
Vilas -- Nicole Reitz, Eagle River.
Washington -- Heather Heesen***, Slinger.
Waukesha -- John Lorenz*, Menomonee Falls; and Erica Linder, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Corey Young, New London; and Sara Hladilek, Waupaca.
Waushara -- Pamela Persha, Redgranite.
Other states -- Kimberly Ostrowski, Illinois.

Public Administration
Brown -- Katherine Sloma, Denmark; and Angela Athey, Janet Buckmaster, Brooke Pier, and Erin Russell, Green Bay.
Marathon -- Sean Stephenson, Schofield.
Marinette -- Anna Landenberger, Marinette.
Outagamie -- Amy Roznowski*, Appleton.
Sheboygan -- Aaron Qualio, Kohler; and Natalie Ziegler, Plymouth.
Washington -- Nathan Judnic (distinction in the major), Kewaskum.

Social Change and Development
Brown -- Leah Kemp* (distinction in the major) and Benjamin Witak, Green Bay.
Eau Claire -- John McCrackin, Eau Claire.
Oconto -- Lila Thomson**, Gillett.
Taylor -- Ryan Stockwell** (distinction in the major), Dorchester.
Waukesha -- Susan Caroll, Hartland; and Vanessa Krawczyk, Waukesha.
Other countries -- Yurika Matsunaga, Japan.

Social Work
Brown -- Lucas Allen, Jessica Berkhahn*, Jennifer Cornette, Ruth Dreckman, Jamie Fikkert, Heather Kalivoda, Kathleen LaPlant, Julie Radosavljevic, and Shanna Sexton, Green Bay.
Chippewa -- Rachel Wielgus***, Boyd.
Green -- Amy Nelson* (distinction in the major), Brodhead.
Kewaunee -- Jamie Tebon, Algoma.
Langlade -- Christopher Kirsch, Antigo.
Manitowoc -- Matthew Granger, Brillion.
Outagamie -- Kelly Johnson, Shiocton.
Shawano -- Leona Villiard, Shawano.
Washington -- Heather Heesen***, Slinger.
Winnebago -- Laura Grapentin, Menasha.
Wood -- Christina Hamus, Wisconsin Rapids.

Brown -- Monica Belair, Kirsten Quam, De Pere; and Veronica Corpus, Crystal Jolly*, Sharin Landry*, and Dawn Terrien**, Green Bay.
Eau Claire -- Danielle Luer, Eau Claire.

Brown -- Christopher Hibbard*, De Pere; Sara Kaye, Andrew Stokes, Green Bay; and Jessica Jelinski*, Luxemburg.
Dane -- Lisa Weigt, Madison.

Urban and Regional Studies
Brown -- David Luedeman, Nicole Schroeder**, Bao Sengkhammee, Jeff Smith, and David Wall, Green Bay.
Oconto -- Laura Anderson, Pulaski.
Oneida -- Nicole Enz***, Rhinelander.

(01-98 / 7 May 2001 / BBP)

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