May 2007

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Graduate wins Rotary scholarship

Summer courses for educators still open

Institute for Learning Partnership grants

'Managing Your Diverse Workforce' program

Commencement speaker, message to graduates

Applied studies degree approved by Regents

UW-Green Bay professor named dean of liberal arts and sciences

Community center to be named for Hendricksons

Chen receives grant for fingerprint project

University Leadership Awards recipients

Chancellor's Medallions recipients

UW-Green Bay to award honorary doctoral degree

Workshop on optimizing Web sites

Chancellor's Awards
recipients


Commencement
ceremonies, May 12


Workshop on eating disorders

Campus safety task force

Heirloom plant sale
is May 19


Student receives Phi Kappa Phi fellowship

May graduates listed


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UW-Green Bay graduate wins
Rotary scholarship for study in Turkey

GREEN BAY - A recent University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduate has been selected for a prestigious Rotary scholarship enabling her to study in Turkey for a year.

Jemma Lund, of Osceola, will use the scholarship to pursue graduate studies in international relations with an emphasis in Middle Eastern studies at Bilkent University in the Turkish capital of Ankara. The graduate scholarship program is sponsored by the Turkish Rotary Clubs.

Lund graduated from UW-Green Bay in May with a degree in elementary education and an international studies certificate. She had minors in French, music and geography.

During her year in Turkey, she hopes to learn more about Turkey and Muslim culture.

"Though Turkey is not an official 'Middle Eastern' country, it is at the crossroads of two continents and has a lot of history and culture that I'm excited to explore," she said.

Jay Harris, UW-Green Bay international projects coordinator, said Lund is one of only three American students to receive a scholarship from the Turkish Rotary Clubs in the past decade.

"Jemma was the perfect student at the right time for this opportunity," Harris said. "She will be an outstanding ambassador for UW-Green Bay and the area Rotary district."

Lund's application for the scholarship was supported by the Downtown Green Bay Rotary Club and Rotary District 6220, which encompasses much of Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Earlier this month, Lund received a Chancellor's Award for academic excellence and leadership demonstrated throughout her career at UW-Green Bay.

Lund said she was "very excited and overwhelmed" when she learned she had won the Rotary scholarship.

"Here I am flying halfway across the world for a year," she said.

(07-108 / 31 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay's summer courses
for educators still have openings

GREEN BAY - Northeastern Wisconsin educators are encouraged to register soon for summer learning opportunities at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Many courses for educators still have openings, but the registration deadline for courses beginning in June is drawing near. The courses are aligned with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure.

UW-Green Bay is offering more than 40 courses for educators in June, July and August. Among the offerings are practical strategies for teaching English language learners, a variety of learning opportunities in the areas of technology and technology integration, and a weeklong Spanish immersion opportunity.

The courses — coordinated by UW-Green Bay's Division of Outreach and Adult Access — are designed for teachers and administrators seeking quality credit and non-credit programs for license renewal and attainment of professional goals.

More information about the summer learning opportunities - including a complete list of offerings and information on specific courses - is available online at www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach.

For detailed information and to request registration materials, call (920) 465-2480 or (800) 892-2118 or e-mail lietzowa@uwgb.edu.

(07-107 / 23 May 2007 / SH)

Institute for Learning Partnership
supports teaching, learning projects

GREEN BAY - The Institute for Learning Partnership at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has awarded 10 grants totaling $48,121 to support projects aimed at improving teaching and learning in area schools.

Institute grant recipients for 2007-08 are from the Green Bay, Marion, Plymouth, Pulaski, Random Lake, Seymour, Two Rivers and West De Pere school districts. Projects range from increasing literacy skills of kindergarten students to sparking interest in science through entertaining presentations.

This is the ninth year the Institute has awarded Grants to Improve Teaching and Learning. To date, the Institute has awarded grants totaling about $650,000.

The Institute for Learning Partnership brings together educators from area K-12 school districts, universities and colleges, and business and community leaders to improve learning for all students in pre-kindergarten through grade 16.

Grant recipients for the 2007-08 grant cycle are (listed by school, school district, and project director):

• James D. Doty Elementary School, Green Bay, David Bridenhagen, $7,495 for "Narrowing the Achievement Gap." The program will assist Doty School in narrowing the achievement gap by providing additional instruction. Teachers will be bilingual certified staff to meet the needs of Spanish-speaking students. The focus is specific, but not limited, to Latino students who are eligible for subsidized lunch.

• Green Bay Area Public Schools, Kathy Costello, $3,789 for "Ready to Learn, Ready for Kindergarten." This project will increase the essential literacy skills of incoming kindergarten students to Green Bay Area Public Schools. It will use a research-based assessment, parent training, and communication to show parents what kindergarten students need to know, identify what skills they already have, and how they can help their children progress.

• Marion School District, Sheri Zuniga, $4,011.30 for "Every Child Counts in First Grade." The project goal is to collaborate with and learn from the Madison Metropolitan School District using the "Every Child Counts" math program currently implemented in the Madison district. The Marion School District will receive training to implement the program and analyze data to determine success in closing the achievement gap in math.

• Fairview Elementary School, Plymouth, Kay Scheible, Pam Ott, and Karen Bennett, $7,435.90 for "Close the Gap! Open The Door to Success!" The project will provide additional reading instruction using content-based literature and other research-based interventions. It targets second-grade students who are reading below grade level to increase their skills in decoding, vocabulary, fluency and comprehension.

• Lannoye Elementary School, Pulaski, Jackie Markowski, $3,000 for "A Path Less Traveled: Increasing Reading Fluency (3-5)." The project is designed to increase students' oral reading fluency by identifying student weaknesses, grouping students by need, and providing appropriate instruction/interventions. Teachers will be trained in techniques they can use in their classrooms, and provided resources for appropriate instruction of different groups of students.

• Pulaski High School, Pulaski, Jim Lenz, $6,700 for "Science Theater." Pulaski High School science students will provide entertaining demonstrations to the general public to spark interest in science. Presentations demonstrate basic scientific concepts and inspire audience members to develop an appreciation for science in their everyday lives. Recipients of the show will be Pulaski Community School District elementary schools and the Pulaski Public Library. Students enrolled in the class are primarily low-achieving students or students with special needs. It also enables high school students to give back to elementary schools.

• Random Lake School District, Sandra Mountain, $7,500 for "Differentiated Intervention Strategies." Knowing that all students know and understand curricular content is a problem educators face. This project will empower K-12 teachers with the knowledge of how to differentiate in response to data they collect using universal, selected and targeted interventions.

• Rock Ledge Elementary School, Seymour, Chris Potter, $4,450 for "Pre-School Read Aloud Program." Using research and best practices in reading aloud, the program will put books in the homes of low-income families with pre-school age children and increase the time families spend reading aloud to their children. Children will benefit from increased vocabulary, print awareness skills, and general book awareness skills.

• L.B. Clarke Middle School, Two Rivers, Bethany Rivers, $750 for "Academic Vocabulary Notebooks in Sixth Grade." After vocabulary is explicitly taught in each sixth-grade core content class, students will enter a personal definition, rating and picture into the appropriate section of a five-subject vocabulary notebook. Teachers will follow Robert Marzano's Six-Step Process for Teaching Academic Vocabulary.

• Westwood Elementary School, West De Pere, Nancy Pawelczyk, $2,990.60 for "Phonemic Awareness: A Strong Start." The program is aimed at implementing a plan for consistent phonemic awareness instruction to increase literacy development in kindergarten.

(07-106 / 22 May 2007 / SH)

Registration is open for program on
managing diverse workforce

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Small Business Development Center is offering a one-day program that will help business professionals find a style that adapts to diversity within the workforce.

"Managing Your Diverse Workforce" will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 at the Business Assistance Center, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay.

Businesses today must be able to adapt to a wide variety of employee needs in order to be effective. Participants in this program will learn how to predict the workforce of tomorrow, identify barriers of difference, define workforce needs, and use keys to flexible communication.

To register or for more information about "Managing Your Diverse Workforce," call (920) 496-9010 or go online at www.uwgb.edu/mdp.

(07-105 / 15 May 2007 / SH)

Commencement speaker tells UW-Green Bay graduates to have vision, commitment

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduates were told Saturday (May 12) that they will enjoy future success if they have a vision, goals and commitment to continuous improvement.

Commencement speaker William Gollnick, chief of staff of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, said Saturday's commencement marks a new beginning for the graduates.

"Today you start your lives as college graduates," he said. "As you go forward, you represent yourself and the fine education that you have received here. Make yourselves proud. Make us all proud."

Gollnick, a 1981 graduate of UW-Green Bay, spoke to graduates and their guests in two ceremonies at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.

Chancellor Bruce Shepard presided over the 38th spring commencement at UW-Green Bay. With the addition Saturday of nearly 750 graduates, an all-time high, UW-Green Bay has conferred more than 24,000 diplomas in the University's history.

Among the degrees awarded Saturday was UW-Green Bay's 1,000th master's degree. Shepard described the 1,000th master's degree as a "milestone" in the history of UW-Green Bay, which awarded its first master's degrees in 1975.

Stacey Kreitz, who earned her master's in Social Work, was acknowledged as the 1,000th master's degree recipient. She received a certificate and gift bag from the University.

In his commencement address, Gollnick said the graduates face numerous options now that they have completed their courses of study. They include graduate school, work, travel or other options, he said.

"For all of you, however, there will be a next step, a career choice, a motivating vision that calls upon you to set a course," he said. "To be successful requires dedication, a competitive spirit, commitment and perseverance. It also requires cooperation, interpersonal skills and team-building."

Gollnick added that the graduates leave the University at a time - "like all times" - of threats and opportunities, a time when change is inevitable.

"As college graduates you enter an exciting time full of challenges and opportunities where you can make a difference," he said. "With a vision all things are possible."

The graduates also heard from student speaker Brittany Brunner of Shawano. She is graduating with a bachelor's degree in psychology and human development, with a minor in women's studies.

Brunner said it is time for the graduates to leave in search of a new place just as they have begun to feel at home in the UW-Green Bay community.

"As a class, it is now our responsibility to go out into our new communities and give back what has been given to us, to share our talents and passions with others so that they, too, will feel the support of a community," she said.

Brunner said the degrees the graduates received Saturday certify that they are competent citizens ready to go out into the world and make a difference.

In other commencement highlights Saturday:

• Wendy Berth, Chilton, was awarded the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association's Outstanding Student Award, which recognizes academic achievement, community service and campus involvement. Berth is graduating with majors in human biology and psychology and minors in chemistry and human development.

• Chancellor Shepard presented an honorary doctoral degree to Paolo Del Bianco, a humanitarian, entrepreneur and philanthropist from Florence, Italy. Del Bianco has devoted energy and finances to promoting peace and understanding throughout the world. He established the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, named for his father, which has developed extensive ties to UW-Green Bay faculty and students.

• Chancellor Shepard awarded the Chancellor's Award, the University's highest community honor, to longtime UW-Green Bay friends and supporters Bernie and Alyce Dahlin and Patrick and Ann Murphy. The Dahlins and Murphys have been generous supporters of UW-Green Bay and a wide range of civic and charitable causes.

(07-104 / 12 May 2007 / SH)

Board of Regents backs
UW-Green Bay applied studies degree

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents on Friday (May 11) approved a new degree program that will make a bachelor's degree from UW-Green Bay more accessible to Northeastern Wisconsin residents with technical college degrees.

The Regents approved UW-Green Bay's Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) degree program, which will be implemented this fall. The UW-Green Bay Faculty Senate approved the new degree in March.

The UW-Green Bay BAS degree and a similar program the Regents approved in April for UW-Oshkosh will be the first of their kind in the UW System.

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard said the new degree opens brighter futures for many people throughout Northeastern Wisconsin.

"Our degree is distinctive in that it incorporates UW-Green Bay's unique approach of connecting learning to life," Shepard said. "I am particularly proud of our faculty. In their developing this degree, I believe we are reclaiming our tradition of being a leader in responding to higher education challenges during a period of major transition in American higher education."

William Laatsch, professor of Urban and Regional Studies, praised the UW-Green Bay faculty for asking appropriate questions and sharpening the proposal before it went to the Board of Regents. Laatsch served as chair of the faculty working group that developed the BAS program.

"The faculty became more engaged in the entire concept and really demonstrated their willingness to work hard for the benefit of the region," he said. "I had confidence when I spoke about the proposal to the Board of Regents because I felt I was speaking on behalf of a faculty that strongly supported this proposal."

Laatsch said the UW-Green Bay faculty is responsible for developing the program's curriculum.

Jan Thornton, associate provost for outreach and adult access, noted that students most likely to be interested in the new degree will have been in the workplace for a number of years and will want a UW-Green Bay bachelor's degree to advance their careers and enrich their lives.

"Bringing a liberal education to technical college graduates will provide ladders for success for the graduates, make a difference in their lives and our society, and improve our economy," she said.

BAS students will be able to transfer associate degrees from technical colleges into UW-Green Bay as blocks of 60 credits. Students then will complete 60 additional credits that satisfy UW-Green Bay general education requirements, requirements for the Interdisciplinary Studies major and all other graduation requirements.

The potential market for the BAS degree is large. About 62,000 residents of Northeastern Wisconsin hold associate degrees, and the four technical colleges in the region have produced more than 10,000 associate degree graduates in the last five years. The BAS program will enable these individuals to transfer seamlessly into UW-Green Bay to continue their education.

The program is intended specifically for associate-degree students of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Fox Valley Technical College, Moraine Park Technical College and Lakeshore Technical College. However, it also will be open to residents with technical degrees from other institutions and states.

The BAS programs at UW-Green Bay and UW-Oshkosh are consistent with the mission of the Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance (NEWERA), which seeks partnerships and collaboration among the region's public colleges and universities.

(07-103 / 11 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay professor
named dean of liberal arts and sciences

GREEN BAY - Scott Furlong, a member of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty since 1993 and chair of the University's Public and Environmental Affairs academic unit, has been named UW-Green Bay's dean of liberal arts and sciences.

Furlong will begin his duties as dean July 1.

Sue K. Hammersmith, UW-Green Bay provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, said the University is fortunate to have someone with Furlong's experience, talent and enthusiasm to lead Liberal Arts and Sciences.

“His academic background, administrative experience and familiarity with the University make him a great fit for the dean's position,” Hammersmith said. “I look forward to working with him in this new role.”

The dean of liberal arts and sciences is one of two academic deans at UW-Green Bay. The other is the dean of professional and graduate studies.

The dean of liberal arts and sciences has administrative and leadership responsibility for programs in humanities, fine and performing arts, natural and applied sciences, and social sciences.

“I'm extremely honored and humbled to be selected for the dean's position and look forward to the challenges and opportunities this position provides,” Furlong said. “I have been very fortunate to work with great people here at UW-Green Bay and am looking forward to continuing these relationships and working together to ensure our students get the best that UW-Green Bay has to offer.”

Longtime UW-Green Bay faculty member Fergus Hughes, who has served as interim dean since July 2004, is retiring.

Furlong has doctorate and master's degrees from The American University in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University. His areas of expertise are regulatory policy and interest group participation in the executive branch.

He teaches undergraduate courses in American Government and Politics, Introduction to Public Policy, Regulatory Policy and Administration.

Furlong is co-author, along with UW-Green Bay Prof. Michael Kraft, of “Public Policy: Politics, Analysis, and Alternatives,” a textbook for classes on public policy. He also has written extensively on civic engagement, the role and influence of special interest groups, and regulatory processes and policy.

Furlong has been involved in a wide range of campus activities at UW-Green Bay. He has been co-director of FOCUS (First-Year Opportunities and Connections for UW-Green Bay Students) since 2002. He previously directed the University's Introduction to College program.

He currently serves on the Faculty Senate and is chair of the University Committee, the Senate's executive arm. He has served on and chaired numerous search and screen committees, including the chancellor search and screen committee in 2001. He also has been chair of the Faculty Senate Legislative Affairs Committee and a faculty representative on the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee.

Furlong's wife, Deborah, is director of institutional research at UW-Green Bay. They have two children.

(07-102 / 11 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay to name community center
for Hendricksons

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Residence Life community center will be named in honor of longtime UW-Green Bay supporters Philip J. and Elizabeth B. (Betsy) Hendrickson at a dedication ceremony Monday (May 14).

The Philip J. and Elizabeth B. Hendrickson Community Center, centrally located in the UW-Green Bay Residence Life complex, will be dedicated in a public ceremony at 4 p.m.

The two-story community center is a gathering spot and service facility for the nearly 2,000 students who reside on the UW-Green Bay campus. The center, expanded in 2004, houses staff offices and study and meeting areas for students.

In naming the community center, UW-Green Bay is honoring the Hendricksons for their invaluable service and contributions to academic and student life at the University.

"We are proud to name our community center for Phil and Betsy Hendrickson," Chancellor Bruce Shepard said. "The Hendricksons have been great friends, ambassadors and supporters of UW-Green Bay. All that they have done for Green Bay's University of Wisconsin will be felt for years to come."

The Hendricksons are charter members of the UW-Green Bay Founders Association, making annual gifts to enhance student scholarships and academic excellence.

They were early and enthusiastic supporters of the Phuture Phoenix program, the Chancellor's Scholarship Fund, the University Education Endowment and the Phoenix Fund. They also made leadership gifts toward construction of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts and, later, its Chihuly chandelier. Most recently, Betsy agreed to serve as honorary chair of UW-Green Bay's capital campaign, and the Hendricksons made a generous donation to the new Kress Events Center.

In 1987 they created one of UW-Green Bay's first named professorships with a major gift for the Hendrickson Professorship of Business.

Betsy served on UW-Green Bay Founding Chancellor Edward Weidner's community advisory board and was a founding member of the Chancellor's Council of Trustees. Phil served on the Founders Association board of directors. He also was a member of the UW Board of Regents and president of the Wisconsin Board of Vocational Education.

The Hendricksons have received many community honors for their volunteer activities, including the UW-Green Bay Chancellor's Award in 1983. Betsy was awarded the UW-Green Bay Distinguished Alumni Award in 2006 and the John P. Cofrin Humanitarian Award from the Fort Howard Paper Foundation in 1978. Phil was honored with the prestigious Free Enterprise Award by the Green Bay Rotary Club in 1986. He also has been honored with a UW-Madison Distinguished Alumnus Award.

The Hendricksons pursued graduate school and early careers on the East Coast before relocating to Green Bay, where Phil accepted a position with Krueger Metal Products (now KI) and rose to the rank of chairman and CEO.

Betsy received her master's degree in Environmental Arts and Sciences from UW-Green Bay in 1979. Phil has an undergraduate degree from UW-Madison and a Harvard MBA.

(07-101 / 10 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay's Chen receives grant
for fingerprint project

GREEN BAY - A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty member has received a technology advancement grant for research into a process for recovering fingerprints from wet, dirty surfaces.

Franklin Chen, assistant professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, was awarded a WiSys Technology Advancement Grant of $18,207 for his research project.

Chen's project, entitled "Material and Method Developments for Lifting and Processing Latent Fingerprints from Salt-Covered Vertical Wet or Dry Surfaces," could save property owners and insurance companies thousands of dollars each year and enable police to prosecute more felons.

During a five-month span in Green Bay in winter, only 16 percent of the vehicles stolen and recovered could be processed for fingerprint recovery due to moisture, salt and dirt. Chen's process modifies and creates sol-gel solutions to lift prints off of such surfaces.

WiSys Inc. identifies innovative technologies developed throughout the UW System and brings them to the marketplace for the benefit of the inventors, their colleges, the state's economy and society as a whole.

Through the technology advancement grant program, WiSys funds research and development programs throughout the UW System for up to three years.

Chen joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 2002. He previously was a research fellow for Kimberly-Clark Corp.

(07-100 / 10 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay announces
University Leadership Awards

GREEN BAY - Forty-five students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will receive University Leadership Awards at an end-of-semester ceremony on the campus Friday (May 11).

The awards acknowledge students' leadership activities and campus and community involvement throughout their UW-Green Bay careers.

Recipients of the spring 2007 University Leadership Awards, listed in the order of their hometowns, are:

Algoma - Marc Seidl; Antigo - Eric Meyer; Appleton - Andrea Heiting, Rebecca Heitpas; Bryant - Anton Williams; Cambria - Tracey Hoffmann; De Pere - Patricia Lopez; Elkhart Lake - Jamie Froh, Amy Mauk; Franksville - Melissa Merkovich.

Green Bay - Yer Lor, Rochelle Meylink, Erik Mims, Kari Olsen; Hartford - Allison Martin; Hartland - Jaqueline Johannes; Hilbert - Angela Breit; Hustisford - Michelle Lehmann; Irma - Stacey Watzlawick; Kendall - Megan Witt; Kiel - Adam Halfmann; La Crescent, Minn. - Kari Dockendorff; La Crosse - Peter Ruud; Luck - Crystal Osman.

Madison - Renee Dodge, Victoria Oxendine, Nicholas Schmidt; Manawa - Ryan Smith; Manitowoc - Allen Voelker; Merrill - Andrea Roets; Montello - Nathanael Brown; New Holstein - Amy Jeanty; New London - Heather Wochinski; Onalaska - Michael Roderique; Oshkosh - Michael Blum, Benjamin Kotenberg; Portage - Valerie Jensen; Port Washington - Crystal Jushka, Kristin Nett, Jennifer Schanen.

Racine - Stephanie Peters; Rhinelander - Katie Grafelman; Sheboygan - Ellen Cook; Sheboygan Falls - Nicole Luykx; Viroqua - Emily Krambs.

(07-98 / 8 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay students awarded
Chancellor's Medallions

GREEN BAY - Twenty-nine University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students will be awarded Chancellor's Medallions at a ceremony on the campus Friday (May 11).

The medallions acknowledge both academic excellence and leadership demonstrated throughout the students' careers at UW-Green Bay. The students are eligible to graduate in May or August 2007.

Recipients of the spring 2007 Chancellor's Medallions, listed in the order of their hometowns, are:

Abrams - Oristela Vannieuwenhoven; Appleton - Alissa Reddy; Bonduel - Tyler Pensis; Brookfield - Ryan Tiefenthaler; Burlington - Heather Madden; Grafton - Kimberly Apel; Fond du Lac - Stephanie Gross; Green Bay - Frances Connelly, Erica Millspaugh; Hortonville - Kathleen Neubert; Janesville - Molly Weber.

La Crosse - Christopher Russell; Lake Mills - Jillian Nelson; La Valle - Carissa Mercier; Merrill - Aimee Hein; Monona - Matthew Winden; Mount Calvary - Denise Bord; Oostburg - Angela Roethel; Osceola - Jemma Lund, Lindsey Rivard; Portage - Jennifer Cutts.

Shiocton - Stephanie Van Handel; Shawano - Brittany Brunner; Sobieski - Marilynn Shorey; Stevens Point - Alison Mittelsteadt; Van Dyne - Jenny Olson; Waukesha - Amy Johnson, Kristen Munson; West Allis - Katie Gassenhuber.

(07-97 / 8 May 2007 / SH)

Humanitarian Del Bianco to receive
honorary doctorate at UW-Green Bay

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will award an honorary doctoral degree to Paolo Del Bianco of Florence, Italy at the University's commencement ceremonies Saturday (May 12).

Del Bianco is a humanitarian, entrepreneur and philanthropist who, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, devoted energy and finances to promoting peace, understanding, and the integration of the former Iron Curtain countries into the West.

He established the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, which he named for his father, and arranged for students and faculty from former communist countries to travel to Florence, a world arts capital. The Foundation has extended its reach to Asia, the Far East and the United States.

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard said UW-Green Bay wanted to become the first American university to honor Paolo Del Bianco with an honorary doctoral degree.

"Mr. Del Bianco brings charisma, passion and warmth to his work," Shepard said. "He is truly a memorable leader and inspiration to us all."

UW-Green Bay was among the first American universities to develop a collaborative agreement with the Foundation.

In spring 2003, a delegation of top UW-Green Bay music students made the first of what is now five consecutive trips to participate in the annual international music gathering "Vocalissimo: The Glory of the Human Voice." Green Bay students performed at the dedication of the Duomo Auditorium, a new performance venue built by the Foundation in downtown Florence. In 2005, a UW-Green Bay student team in Environmental Design was invited to Florence to exhibit the sustainability plan they had developed for the Baird Creek watershed.

UW-Green Bay's ties to the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation originated with Prof. Sarah Meredith and her ongoing academic work and cultural exchanges in Eastern Europe. Meredith was among the first American scholars invited to serve on the Foundation's international roundtables and to lead workshops and master classes. Other UW-Green Bay professors - most recently, Urban and Regional Studies Prof. Ray Hutchison - have since participated in conferences or study tours.

Paolo Del Bianco, born in Florence during the closing days of World War II, holds a position of prominence in Italy's hospitality and tourism industries. He founded a Florentine hotel group called Vivahotels, and he has served as president of the hotel associations for the city of Florence and the state of Tuscany.

Del Bianco's list of honorary degrees and awards includes recognition by institutions in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, among others. He has received medals from the Slovak and Czech republics, Poland, Hungary and Latvia.

He and his wife, Giovanna, are the parents of three daughters, Carlotta, Caterina and Corinna, each of whom is active with the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation.

UW-Green Bay has awarded honorary doctorates only four times, the last in 1994. Nominations for honorary degrees are reviewed by a faculty committee. With approval of the Faculty Senate, the Chancellor forwards the candidate's name to the UW System Board of Regents for confirmation.

(07-96 / 7 May 2007 / SH)

Small Business Development Center
offers program on optimizing Web sites

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Small Business Development Center is offering a program that will help businesses get their Web sites noticed.

"Optimizing Your Web Site" will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 23 at the Business Assistance Center, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay.

The class is for companies who either have a Web site or are ready to design one. Participants will learn how to get their Web sites noticed, how to maximize "free" search engine rankings and how to work well with Web designers. They also will learn 10 common mistakes made by Web designers and how to avoid them.

To register or for more information about "Optimizing Your Web Site," call (920) 496-9010 or go online at www.uwgb.edu/sbdc.

(07-95 / 7 May 2007 / SH)

Dahlins, Murphys to receive
UW-Green Bay Chancellor's Awards

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard will present Chancellor's Awards to longtime UW-Green Bay friends and supporters Bernie and Alyce Dahlin and Patrick and Ann Murphy during commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12.

The Chancellor's Award is UW-Green Bay's highest community honor. It recognizes distinguished service to the University and community.

The Dahlins and Murphys have been generous supporters of UW-Green Bay and a wide range of civic and charitable causes.

"It is our great privilege to honor Bernie and Alyce Dahlin and Pat and Ann Murphy with the Chancellor's Award," Shepard said. "The Green Bay community and its University of Wisconsin would not be what they are today without extraordinary people like the Dahlins amd Murphys. Without seeking to draw attention to themselves, they do so much to help make this a wonderful place to live."

Bernie and Alyce Dahlin are perennial supporters of academic excellence through the UW-Green Bay Founders Association. They have supported the Phuture Phoenix Program, which encourages at-risk children to graduate from high school and attend college. The couple contributed to the Kress Events Center campaign, and Bernie Dahlin serves on the advisory board for the Campaign for UW-Green Bay.

The Dahlins also have supported UW-Green Bay Phoenix Athletics and scholarships for student-athletes as well as the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. In the community, the Dahlin family made the lead gift to build a football facility at Green Bay Southwest High School, which named Dahlin Family Stadium in their honor. They also have supported Aspiro, Boy's and Girl's Club, Encompass Child Care, Heritage Hill and other organizations and agencies.

As owner and chief executive officer of Nichols Paper Products, Bernie Dahlin turned a small company into a global player in the highly competitive paper-converting industry.

Patrick and Ann Murphy own Murphy Development Corp., Green Bay, one of the state's largest and most prominent rental-property management firms and builders of quality, multi-family apartment buildings.

The Murphys have contributed to the UW-Green Bay capital campaign and the Kress Events Center. They also have been generous supporters of the Phoenix Fund for intercollegiate athletics, Phoenix men's basketball, and student scholarships.

Ann Murphy served on the board of directors of the Weidner Center, and the couple participated in the Weidner's seat campaign and annual membership drives.

The Murphys' support of higher education also extends to St. Norbert College in De Pere. Pat is a 1971 graduate of St. Norbert, and Ann served on the St. Norbert Board of Trustees.

They have supported numerous other non-profit organizations in the area including the refurbished Meyer Theatre. Pat Murphy also is the founder and chairman of the board of the Crime Prevention Foundation of Brown County.

(07-94 / 3 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay to graduate more
than 600 students May 12

GREEN BAY - More than 600 students will be eligible to graduate at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12 at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive.

Two ceremonies will be held — one at 11 a.m. and one at 2:30 p.m. — with half the graduates receiving degrees at each ceremony. Commencement was moved indoors this year to avoid weather-related uncertainties posed by an outdoor ceremony.

The commencement speaker is William Gollnick, chief of staff of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin and a 1981 UW-Green Bay graduate. Gollnick, who has served in various administrative capacities with the Oneida Tribe for more than 30 years, received the UW-Green Bay Distinguished Alumni Award in 2006.

After receiving his bachelor's degree in social change and development at UW-Green Bay, Gollnick continued his education at Harvard University where he received a master's degree in educational administration, planning and social policy. In addition to receiving the UW-Green Bay Distinguished Alumni Award, he has won awards from numerous local, state and national organizations.

Brittany Brunner, Shawano, is the student commencement speaker. Brunner will graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology and human development, with a minor in women's studies.

A standout student researcher and tutor, Brunner has served as a research assistant for Prof. Illene Noppe's major study of child care and development. She also has been a teaching assistant coordinator for the Introduction to Human Development course.

The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association will present the Outstanding Student Award to Wendy Berth, Chilton. Berth will graduate with majors in human biology and psychology and minors in chemistry and human development.

Berth has been active on campus as a tutor and an academic resource coordinator for the Office of Residence Life. Her community volunteer experiences are highlighted by her work at the Brown County Mental Health Center where she made regular visits to residents and assisted with group recreational activities. She also has worked as a medical assistant and clinical research coordinator with Cardiology Associates of Green Bay, Ltd.

Two retiring faculty members will be named to emeritus, or honorary, status. They are Fergus Hughes, human development and psychology, and Peter Kellogg, humanistic studies and history.

Graduating class members represent 10 countries around the world — in addition to the U.S. — and four Native American sovereign nations.

Here are the list of degrees that will be awarded at each ceremony:

11 a.m. ceremony

Accounting; Biology; Business Administration; Elementary Education; Human Biology; Individual Major; Interdisciplinary Studies; Nursing; Social Work; All Master's Degrees.

2:30 p.m. ceremony

Associate of Arts Degrees; Art; Chemistry; Communication; Communication and the Arts; Communication Processes; Computer Science; Earth Science; Economics; English; Environmental Policy and Planning; Environmental Science; French; German; History; Human Development; Humanistic Studies; Information Sciences; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration; Social Change and Development; Spanish; Theatre; Urban and Regional Studies.

(07-93 / 3 May 2007 / SH)

Workshop on eating disorders
still has openings

GREEN BAY - Registration is still open for a daylong workshop on obesity and other eating disorders Friday, May 18 at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

"Eating Behaviors from Anorexia to Obesity" will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in UW-Green Bay's University Union on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive. Hugh Johnston, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry, UW-Madison Medical School and School of Education Psychology, will lead the workshop.

The conference will address the national epidemic of obesity and related eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia and binge eating. It will provide an overview of the evolutionary underpinnings of eating disorders, a presentation on health risks of insufficient weight and binge eating, and a discussion of how to treat eating disorders.

The workshop offers continuing education credits for social workers and licensed professional counselors.

To register for the workshop or for more information, call (920) 465-2642 or (800) 892-2118. Workshop details and registration also are available online at www.uwgb.edu/outreach/socialwork.

"Eating Behaviors from Anorexia to Obesity" is sponsored by the Northeast Wisconsin Alliance for Social Worker Continuing Education, a partnership of the UW-Green Bay and UW-Oshkosh Social Work Professional Programs and Outreach Offices.

(07-92 / 2 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay chancellor to co-chair
governor's campus safety task force

GREEN BAY - Gov. Jim Doyle today appointed University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard co-chair of the Governor's Task Force on Campus Safety.

The governor charged the task force with developing best practices to ensure the security and preparedness of all college campuses in Wisconsin following the tragic events April 16 at Virginia Tech.

Shepard and River Falls Police Chief Roger Leque will serve as co-chairs of the task force.

The task force will develop best practices for campus safety by bringing together representatives from the UW System, Wisconsin Technical College System and the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

University and college officials will join with law enforcement officers, student affairs professionals, mental health professionals, faculty experts, student housing administrators, student and parent representatives, and a representative from the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

"We will have the right people sharing ideas and best practices for making our campuses safer," Shepard said. "As a lifelong educator, I cannot help but view this as a teachable moment. We will learn valuable lessons from this experience by asking tough questions that may not have easy answers."

After the Virginia Tech shootings, UW-Green Bay immediately convened its standing emergency response team to critically examine everything from communication systems to coordination with local law enforcement agencies, Shepard said. He also noted that UW System President Kevin Reilly has formed a UW System commission on university security.

"What happened at Blacksburg last month showed that we cannot take anything for granted and that we must re-commit ourselves to maintaining safe, secure campuses," Shepard said.

The task force will hold two statewide summits on campus safety issues, including physical planning and critical mental health aspects to ensure campus safety. The group will submit interim and final reports of findings and best practices to keep campuses safe.

(07-91 / 2 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay's heirloom plant sale
May 19 features tomatoes, peppers

GREEN BAY - Heirloom tomatoes and peppers are expected to sell fast at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's annual heirloom vegetable plant sale Saturday, May 19.

The sale starts at 9 a.m. at the Laboratory Sciences Building greenhouse on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive. Numbers for admission to the greenhouse will be handed out starting at 8 a.m.

More than 4,000 tomato plants are ready for sale, including cherries, paste/salsa, novelty, yellows and reds. About 1,000 bells and medium-to-hot peppers will be available.

UW-Green Bay's Natural and Applied Sciences academic unit sponsors the heirloom plant sale. This year, the Public and Environmental Affairs Council student organization also is participating and will be selling lettuces, herbs, eggplants and some flowers.

Funds raised from the plant sale support visits to UW-Green Bay by scientists and researchers to speak to students. The sale also raises funds to help students attend regional and national conferences to present research findings and to meet other scientists in their fields.

The sale will carry several early maturing varieties of tomatoes including the popular Burpee hybrid "Fourth of July." The sale also will have several open pollinated heirloom early producers including Siberian (48 days to fruit), Stupice (52 days), Bloody Butcher (55 days), Oregon Spring (60 days), Glacier (63 days), Legend (68 days) and Taxi (65 days).

A wide variety of cherry tomatoes also will be available. Sungella is a new cherry tomato that is a cross between the popular hybrid Sungold and an orange heirloom variety.

Peppers for sale include Golden Calwonder, Jupiter, King of the North and Keystone bell peppers. A new mild pepper called Giant Acongua is the longest of the Italian-type sweet-slicing peppers.

Limited supplies of lettuces, red and white eggplants, zinnias and violas also will be for sale.

Plant prices this year are:

• Heirloom tomatoes and peppers: $1.25 each.
• Fourth of July tomatoes and eggplants (hybrids): $1.50 each.
• Flowers, herbs and lettuces (3 and 4 packs): $2.

More details about the plant sale and the plant varieties that will be available are online at www.uwgb.edu/biodiversity/plantsale.

(07-90 / 2 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay student Jenny Olson
receives Phi Kappa Phi fellowship

GREEN BAY - Jenny Olson, a psychology and human development major at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been awarded a Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship for the 2007-08 academic year.

Olson, of Oshkosh, is one of 60 students nationwide to receive a $5,000 fellowship from Phi Kappa Phi for first-year graduate study. The prestigious fellowship will help Olson pursue a master's degree in social psychology at Ball State University.

Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest, largest and most selective national honor society dedicated to recognizing and promoting academic excellence in all fields of higher education. It has chapters at more than 300 colleges and universities.

Selection for the fellowship is based on a student's undergraduate academic performance, leadership and service on campus and in the community, evidence of potential success in graduate study, a personal statement of educational perspective and purpose, and support from individuals who can attest to the student's performance, citizenship and character.

Olson's supporters described her as an exceptional student and scholar who stands "head and shoulders" above the majority of students.

At UW-Green Bay, she has received academic highest honors for seven consecutive semesters. She will receive a UW-Green Bay Chancellor's Leadership Medallion this month. She has been a member of the Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma and Psi Chi national honor societies.

Olson was a teaching assistant for the Psychology of Women course in the fall of 2006 and a Phuture Phoenix research assistant in the spring of 2006. She also has been an active member of the Psychology and Human Development Club, secretary for the Psi Chi National Honor Society, and secretary at the Academic Resource Center.

Her honors research project on the effects of sexualized magazine advertising on a female's romantic relationships has been accepted for presentation at the American Psychological Association 2007 Convention in San Francisco.

In the community, she was a line therapist with Beyond the Boundaries of Autism, a socialization volunteer at the Winnebago Central Health Institute, and a reading and math tutor at Green Bay's Baird Elementary School.

(07-89 / 2 May 2007 / SH)

UW-Green Bay announces names
of May graduates

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 12, will honor 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'S DEGREES
Master of Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning
Brown -- Sarah Radke, Green Bay.
Outagamie -- Ann Klemm, Little Chute.

Master of Environmental Science and Policy
Brown -- Jacquelyn Blohowiak, Jennifer Hill-Kelley, Simone Kolb, and Amanda Lederer, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Adam Tegelman, Appleton.
Other states -- Marci Johnson, Cadillac, Michigan.

Master of Management
Brown -- Renee Bisick, John Klaus, Kelly Luberda, and Amanda Stevens, De Pere; Amanda Braun, Jennifer Brown, Tara Brown, Walter Cloud, Milda Davis, Darin Moore, Deneen Tachick, and Linda Vance, Green Bay; and Jeffrey Kropp, New Franken.
Outagamie -- Heather Keesler-Fenske and David Weaver, Appleton.
Shawano -- Julie Feivor, Shawano.

Master of Social Work
Brown -- Rebecca Pasterski, Jason Pristelski, and John Schatzman, Green Bay.
Oconto -- Jennifer Greely, Sobieski.
Outagamie - Jamie Petersen Johnson and Amy Williams, Appleton; Stacey Kreitz, Kimberly; and Neko Elizondo, Seymour.
Sheboygan -- Amanda Preder, Saint Cloud.
Winnebago -- Jill Andrezejczak and Angela Tangeman, Menasha; and Heather Lawrence, Neenah.

BACHELOR'S DEGREES
Accounting
Brown -- Kelly Deneys, Eric Nicolaus**, and Clara Snell*, De Pere; Kristine Beyl***, Holly Nienow, David Pautz, Desirae Pryes*, Matthew Schampers**, and Nicole Weber***, Green Bay; and Mary Kohlbeck***, Wrightstown.
Door -- Michelle Krueger, Sturgeon Bay.
Kewaunee -- Alana Renier***, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- Melina Lukas, Manitowoc.
Marathon -- Sue Xiong, Wausau.
Marinette -- Mee Thoune, Marinette.
Oconto -- Amanda Tisch*, Pulaski.
Outagamie -- Terry Lorenz* and Lisa Marcks, Black Creek; and Adam Uecker***, Little Chute.
Shawano -- Angela Caelwarts, Pulaski; and Luke Retzlaff***, Shawano.
Washington -- Jonathan Grosskopf, Colgate; and Katie Schall*, Jackson.
Waupaca -- Mandy Miller***, Clintonville.
Other states -- Eric Hines*, Omaha, Nebraska.

Art
Brown -- Elizabeth Short, De Pere; and Kathleen Jerlinga (distinction in the major), Nicole Jolly**, and Erica Millspaugh* (distinction in the major), Green Bay.
Columbia -- Kelli Cooke, Portage.
Fond du Lac -- Amber Bradford**, Fond du Lac.
Manitowoc -- Peter Dirkman, Manitowoc; and Scott Abney, Two Rivers.
Marinette -- Tina Christophersen, Marinette.
Portage -- Ashley Bavery, Plover.
Other states -- Johanna Winters***, Falcon Heights, Minnesota.

Biology
Brown -- Melissa Barac, Emily Ellis, Nicholas Jensen, Mohamed Khuraibut, Bryan Remondini, Adam Sanders, and Thomas Wampler, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Stephanie Jost, Hilbert.
Door -- Matthew Wautier***, Brussels.
Eau Claire -- Jenna King and Meghan Merryfield, Eau Claire.
Jefferson -- Nicholas Walton*, Fort Atkinson.
Kenosha -- Heather Vanderford, Kenosha.
Kewaunee -- Trevor Petermann, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- Robert Schneider, Manitowoc; and Sara Dellemann, Maribel.
Milwaukee -- Sara Kujawa, Greendale.
Outagamie -- Amber Rasmussen*, Appleton; and Adam Guenzel*, Seymour.
Racine -- Joseph Valen, Waterford.
Shawano -- Tyler Pensis*, Bonduel.
Sheboygan -- Matthew Rupnik, Sheboygan; and Kate Brown*** (distinction in the major), Sheboygan Falls.
Washington -- Mitchell Bruckert, West Bend.
Waukesha -- Emily McHugh**, Waukesha.
Winnebago -- Gregory Brahe, Menasha; and Courtney Lewis, Neenah

Business Administration
Brown -- Kari Bostedt, Stiliana Georgieva, Kenneth Melotte III*, Eric Nicolaus**, David Norgren, and Clara Snell*, De Pere; Kathryn Rentmeester*, Denmark; Kristine Beyl***, Edward Blake, Dawn Detrie, Bradley Gajeski*, Carrie Hans, Michael Heller*, Dwight Higgs, Adam Kuss, Brianne Lessmiller, David Malcolm***, Sarah Malecki, Rachel Miskinis, Lisa Rost, Stephanie Ruckheim, Amy Sauer, Eric Severson, Nichole Shepro*, Jake Staroba, Keith Stelzer*, and Corey Thyes, Green Bay; Paul Kessenich, Oneida; and Nicole Marquardt, Suamico.
Calumet -- Faith Krepline*** and Nicholas Schumacher, Chilton.
Chippewa -- Andrew Johnston** and Justin Zwiefelhofer, Chippewa Falls.
Columbia -- Sarah Price*, Lodi; Erin Kearns, Pardeeville; and Jennifer Cutts** and Valerie Jensen, Portage.
Dane -- Rachel Hull, Stoughton.
Dodge -- Erin Kempf*, Mayville; and Cory Rupprecht, Watertown.
Door -- Ashley Hedsand, Sturgeon Bay.
Dunn -- Cassandra Kopp, Menomonie.
Florence -- Daniel Nelson, Fence.
Fond du Lac -- Tyler Wurtz, Brandon; Jenna Duwell, Fond du Lac; Katie Ausloos, Mount Calvary; and Eric Mabee, Ripon.
Forest -- Chad Albrecht, Laona.
Iowa -- Stacy Pepper, Hollandale.
Kenosha -- Daniel John, Twin Lakes.
Kewaunee -- Alicia Malvitz, Kewaunee; and Stacy Martin*, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- Sarah Brachmann**, Megan Evenson, Brandon Smith, Marissa Vopat, and Megan Wetzel, Manitowoc; and Bobbi Meidl, Whitelaw.
Marathon -- Michael Juedes, Ringle; Kesa Jenks**, Schofield; Thomas Frank, Spencer; and Jesse Kurth and Luke Pleuss, Wausau.
Marinette -- Benjamin Cherney, Coleman.
Milwaukee -- Joseph Hanrahan Jr, Franklin; Zachary Butcher***, Greendale; Jacquelyn Rosen, Milwaukee; and Ryan Slattery, Oak Creek.
Oconto -- Ian Willmann, Little Suamico; Tanya Brehmer and Leah Peitersen, Oconto Falls; Amanda Tisch*, Pulaski; and Bryan Holtger, Suring.
Oneida -- Caleb Servi, Pelican Lake.
Outagamie -- Rachaele Meyerhofer and Ashley Radichel, Appleton; Terry Lorenz* and Lisa Marcks, Black Creek; Alyssa Peterson**, Greenville; Kimberly Kruse, Kaukauna; Nicole Adamietz, Kimberly; Adam Uecker***, Little Chute; and Molly Bloom, Stacy Melchert, and Rachel Reinheimer, Seymour.
Ozaukee -- Kristin Myrah, Port Washington.
Polk -- Lindsey Rivard, Osceola.
Shawano -- David Stefl, Tilleda.
Sheboygan -- Nicholas Feld, Cascade; Amanda Grunewald and Jessie Schoneman, Howards Grove; and Nicole Luykx, Sheboygan Falls.
Taylor -- Kent Pederson, Medford.
Walworth -- Kristopher Sharpe***, Elkhorn.
Washington -- Jonathan Grosskopf, Colgate; and Katie Schall*, Jackson.
Waukesha -- Ryan Tiefenthaler, Brookfield; Matthew Budiac**, Mukwonago; Todd Barkelar, Muskego; Michael Cornehls, New Berlin; James Corso, Pewaukee; and Matthew Konieczka**, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Stephanie Prill, Bear Creek; Andrew Voigt, Fremont; and Matthew Rieckmann*, Manawa.
Winnebago -- Adam Tillotson, Neenah.
Other states -- Andrew Sieminski, Menominee, Michigan; Joshua Okoampa, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota; Kristin Carlson**, Maple Grove, Minnesota; Mathew Weiss, Ballwin, Missouri; and Eric Hines*, Omaha, Nebraska.
Other countries -- Mladen Tsvetkov, Bulgaria.

Chemistry
Brown -- Sharon Gronseth, Green Bay.
Kenosha -- Lisa Mutchler**, Bristol.
Marinette -- Rebekah Williamson, Peshtigo.
Outagamie -- Adam Guenzel*, Seymour.

Communication
Brown -- Catherine Bauer, Jacob Keyser*, Dana Koziol, and Denise Martin*, Green Bay; and Jenny Geyer, Suamico.
Columbia -- Ryan Price, Lodi.
Dodge -- Julie Burk, Fox Lake.
Jefferson -- Chelsea Brunning, Kristy Klopstein**, and Rebekah Oestreich, Watertown.
Kewaunee -- Kelsey Ley, Algoma; and Nicole Zey, Kewaunee.
Manitowoc -- Jennifer Schultz, Manitowoc.
Milwaukee -- Christina Hackbarth, Brown Deer; and Zena Banini and Jeremy Panizza, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Haley Dorow, Lena.
Outagamie -- Tyler Hoffman, Kaukauna.
Ozaukee -- Kimberly Apel***, Grafton.
Rock -- Molly Weber***, Janesville.
Saint Croix -- Cailin Kearns, New Richmond.
Sheboygan -- Alicia D'Angelo and Lindsey Harrington, Plymouth; and Jonathan Wickert, Sheboygan.
Vilas -- Stacy Oatman, Eagle River.
Waukesha -- Amber Nate, Pewaukee; Daniel Arnold*, Sussex; and Victoria Gilbert, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Beth Kneisler, Weyauwega.
Winnebago -- Courtney Hendricksen, Oshkosh.
Wood -- Mark Loveland, Marshfield.
Other states -- Shelby Phillippo, Stephenson, Michigan; Aswan Minatee, Newark, New Jersey; Laura Quinn, Dublin, Ohio; and Alicia Alvord, Tacoma, Washington.

Communication and the Arts
Brown -- Elizabeth Short, De Pere; and Alicia Michaud, Katherine Saelee, and Daniel Vieaux*, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Rachel Ley, Menasha.
Columbia -- Kelli Cooke, Portage.
Fond du Lac -- Amber Bradford**, Fond du Lac.
Manitowoc -- Heidi Wood, Cato; Peter Dirkman, Manitowoc; Alison Kumbalek, Reedsville; and Kendra Cretton*, Two Rivers.
Milwaukee -- David Chin, Milwaukee.
Washington -- Elizabeth Kiefer*, Germantown.
Waupaca -- Jana Peterson*, Manawa.
Other states -- Allison Braatz, St. George, Utah.

Communication Processes
Brown -- Eryn Wilde, Green Bay.
Door -- Christopher Wagner, Sturgeon Bay.
Manitowoc -- Adam Halfmann, Kiel.
Milwaukee -- Brian Neuberger, Cudahy.
Outagamie -- David Forehand and Michael Ziegler, Seymour.
Sheboygan -- Amy Mauk, Elkhart Lake.
Waukesha -- Jennifer Onarheim, Pewaukee; and John Egan, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Amanda Rill*, Manawa.
Other states -- Marcy Dixon, Lockport, Illinois.

Computer Science
Brown -- Brandon Kaminski*, Andrew Magyar, and Jared Marker, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Jonathan Enneper, Brillion; and Charles Holinka and Jason Miller, Chilton.
Fond du Lac -- Ryan Hinz, Van Dyne.
Outagamie -- Daniel Kelly, Appleton; and Laura Ackerman, Kaukauna.
Sheboygan -- Jonathan Langemak, Waldo.
Winnebago -- Judson Anderson and Matt Stiltjes, Neenah.
Other states -- Brandon Pertile, Ironwood, Michigan.

Earth Science
Brown -- Kendra Andrews and Leo Druar, Green Bay.
Fond du Lac -- Justin Feldner, Rosendale.
Oconto -- Arlyn Rosenow*, Pulaski.

Economics
Calumet -- Nicholas Schumacher, Chilton.
Dane -- Matthew Winden*, Monona.
Outagamie -- Andrew Kooiman, Appleton.
Waupaca -- Andrew Voigt, Fremont.

Elementary Education
Brown -- Jennifer Ahrens* and Kimberly Schaefer, De Pere; Lindsay Albright**, Jared Bankson*, Melissa Duquaine**, Tammy Edwards*, Kristen Frelich*, Cassandra Jossart*, Andrea Mattison, Rochelle Meylink**, Nicole Miszkiewicz***, Vanessa Moran***, Erika Puls*, Joy Rogatzki, Heidi Terlinden*, Dana Vandenberg*, Tammy Vann***, and David Woods*** (distinction in the major), Green Bay; Cathy Brienen***, New Franken; and Julie Jarmuskiewicz*, Pulaski.
Calumet -- Ashley Seipel***, Chilton.
Clark -- Geena Parnewicz*, Withee.
Dane -- Albi Despins***, Madison.
Dodge -- Tiffany Knueppel*, Hustisford.
Fond du Lac -- Denise Bord*** (distinction in the major), Mount Calvary; and Jamie Stephanie*, New Holstein.
Kewaunee -- Tiffany Dart**, Luxemburg.
Lincoln -- Stacey Watzlawick*, Irma.
Manitowoc -- Stephanie Wagner***, Kiel; Dawn Sitkawitz*, Manitowoc; Sheena Ascher*, Reedsville; and Sarah Geiger*, Two Rivers.
Marinette -- Christine Alloy** and Sara Schultz*, Marinette; and Judie Bergeson**, Peshtigo.
Milwaukee -- Beth Ziemendorf, Milwaukee.
Outagamie -- Amanda Ziegler**, Appleton; Tasha Vosters*, Little Chute; and Stephanie VanHandel*, Shiocton.
Ozaukee -- Emily Acterberg**, Cedarburg.
Polk -- Jemma Lund, Osceola.
Portage -- Lacee Beggs*, Plainfield.
Racine -- Heather Madden, Burlington.
Shawano -- Nicole Busch, Cecil; and Laura Mielke*, Marion.
Sheboygan -- Casie Winter**, Howards Grove; and Kayla Knier**, Sheboygan.
Taylor -- Arica Mann***, Rib Lake.
Washington -- Renee Wolf**, Allenton.
Waukesha -- Amy Johnson*, Waukesha.
Waushara -- Gregorey Kehring**, Plainfield.
Other states -- Lori Nolan*, Mount Prospect, Illinois; and Wendy Patz*, Menominee, Michigan.

English
Brown -- Sarah Benjamin, Frances Connelly***, Emily Cothern, Kara Counard*, Richard Gubbels, Timothy Gunderman, Angeli Jacques, Elizabeth Kostner, James McGrath, Gregory Mielke*, Matthew Mueller, and Eryn Wilde, Green Bay; and Jill Leisgang, Suamico.
Calumet -- Adam Hendrickson, Appleton.
Columbia -- Ryan Balsiger, Wyocena.
Lincoln -- Aimee Hein* and Benjamin Wendorf, Merrill.
Manitowoc -- Elizabeth Pantzlaff, Whitelaw.
Oconto -- Jamie Ripley, Lena.
Outagamie -- Megan Eisch*** and Jennifer Mischka, Appleton.
Ozaukee -- Brian Liermann, Fredonia.
Racine -- Katrina Stock, Wind Lake.
Sheboygan -- Kari Navis**, Cedar Grove; and Zachary Whitford, Sheboygan.
Winnebago -- Monica Koch, Appleton; and Anna Kirchner***, Menasha.
Wood -- Erin Sigler, Wisconsin Rapids.
Other states -- Sarah Axtmann*, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.

Environmental Policy and Planning
Brown -- Mandie Bodart and John Campbell, De Pere; and Samantha Hayes, Erik Mims (distinction in the major), and Kyle Servais, Green Bay.
Eau Claire -- Meghan Merryfield, Eau Claire.
Jefferson -- Jonathan Arndt, Palmyra.
Manitowoc -- Nichole Peterik, Whitelaw.
Menominee -- Beau Mitchell, Neopit.
Oconto -- Chad Bulkowski*, Krakow.
Sheboygan -- Travis Plocar, Sheboygan.
Walworth -- Katherine Janusz, East Troy.
Winnebago -- Michelle Daubert, Neenah.

Environmental Science
Brown -- Nicholas Coady, Green Bay.
Eau Claire -- Meghan Merryfield, Eau Claire.
Jefferson -- Nicholas Walton*, Fort Atkinson.
Marathon -- Eric Weber***, Marshfield.
Racine -- Joseph Valen, Waterford.
Sheboygan -- Lon Hammen, Random Lake.

French
Dane -- Claire Weinstein*, Sun Prairie.

German
Brown -- Sharon Gronseth, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Zachary Miller, Manitowoc.
Outagamie -- Kristin Laabs***, Appleton.
Waukesha -- Matthew Anderson, Delafield.

History
Brown -- Patrick Burns, De Pere; Jessica Behrendt, Kevin Spice, Joshua Wendt, Lee Yang, and Lydia Zmek, Green Bay; and Nathan Ryan, Pulaski.
Door -- Joshua Lardinois***, Forestville.
Kewaunee -- Jeffrey DeMeuse* and Wendy Kipp*, Luxemburg.
Lincoln -- Benjamin Wendorf, Merrill.
Manitowoc -- Megan Leist and Shane Nigbor, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Lisa Barker, Dunbar.
Milwaukee -- Zachary Butcher***, Greendale; and Casey Zager, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Timothy Rohr*, Little Suamico; and Kimberly Meyers*, Sobieski.
Oneida -- Eric Angell***, Harshaw.
Outagamie -- Alissa Reddy* and Sean Timm, Appleton; John Pashouwer*, Black Creek; and Heather Blakeslee and Lindsay Simonsen***, Greenville.
Rock -- Evan McKearn**, Beloit.
Sheboygan -- Ryan Will, Cedar Grove.
Walworth -- Robert Handel*, Elkhorn.
Waukesha -- Sara Danke, Wales; and Robin Grams, Waukesha.

Human Biology
Brown -- Krysta VanDyck, De Pere; Joe Scovell, Denmark; and Sara Brown, Adam Cmejla, Danielle DenRuyter, Megan Duchaine*, Crystal Ebeling, Emily Ellis, Adina Fischer, Sarah Gresch*, Jeffrey Kivi, Casey Krueger, Tammy L'Huillier, Antonio Le, Katie Lloyd***, Shawn Murphy, Shanna Russell, Adam Sanders, Michael Schmitz, Rachel Speel**, Choua Vang, Norine Wyman*, and Kathryn Zavala, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Wendy Berth***, Chilton; and Stephanie Jost, Hilbert.
Kenosha -- Nikole Pucci, Kenosha.
Kewaunee -- Erin Stahl, Luxemburg.
Manitowoc -- Suzanne Zipperer, Cato; Amy Harrigan and Erica Peronto, Manitowoc; and Rosaleen Walsh, Valders.
Marathon -- Sarah Rankl, Abbotsford; and Jennifer Schwede, Wausau.
Marinette -- Amanda Ledvina**, Marinette; and Amber Gunville, Niagara.
Milwaukee -- Adrienne Peterson, Glendale; and Patricia Moore, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Courtney Krueger, Abrams.
Outagamie -- Derrick Ledvina**, Andrea Moerchen**, and Amber Rasmussen*, Appleton; Darla Coenen and Yan Treiber, Hortonville; and Adam Guenzel*, Seymour.
Portage -- Alison Mittelsteadt***, Stevens Point.
Rusk -- Sara Rymer**, Sheldon.
Sauk -- Carissa Mercier**, La Valle.
Sheboygan -- Allison Froh*** and Angela Roethel*** (distinction in the major), Oostburg; Nathan Karpinsky, Plymouth; Joseph Kucksdorf**, Random Lake; and Jessica Heinecke, Sheboygan.
Taylor -- Laurelyn Harper*, Gilman.
Washington -- Paul Mueller and Colin O'Brien, Hartford.
Waukesha -- Heather Workman***, Menomonee Falls; Michael Cornehls, New Berlin; Caitlin Benson**, Oconomowoc; and Jessica Martiny* and Jessica Timmermann, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Maggie Hintz-Polzin, Clintonville; and Melissa McWethy, Weyauwega.
Winnebago -- Kami Kersten, Neenah.
Wood -- Sarah Oligney, Wisconsin Rapids.
Other states -- Jennifer Tan*, Palatine, Illinois; and Mary Schoen***, Chaska, Minnesota. Other countries -- Michael Lepera, Canada.

Human Development
Brown -- Amy Albers, Kristina Casanova, Katie Christian, Jeremiah Fager, Lindsey Freeman, Molly Gatske, Mandi Gezella, Samantha Hakes, Renee Huebner, Mary Huelskamp, Kari Olsen, Dana Paal, Heather Piwonski, Lisa Quigley*, Lisa Rost, and Mai Vue-Moua, Green Bay; and Katie Gilson*, Luxemburg.
Calumet -- Amanda Popp**, Brillion; Jamie McKeen and Ashley Seipel***, Chilton; Kristi Schroeder, Hilbert; and Ashley Ausloos, New Holstein.
Dane -- Cali Schneller, Stoughton; and Kathryn Kesler, Sun Prairie.
Dodge -- Colleen Dineen, Brownsville; Olivia Stevens, Fox Lake; and Katrina Lehmann, Hustisford.
Door -- Melanie Jeanquart, Sturgeon Bay.
Fond du Lac -- Stephanie Gross***, Fond du Lac; Gina Casper, New Holstein; and Jenny Olson*** (distinction in the major), Van Dyne.
Grant -- Jennifer Miles, Lancaster.
Langlade -- Sarah Halverson and Angela Wickersheim, White Lake.
Manitowoc -- Jessica Dolski, Cato; and Kristin Grall, Two Rivers.
Marinette -- Courtney Peterson, Coleman; Katie Flatka, Niagara; and Katie Tracy, Wausaukee.
Milwaukee -- Michael Wisneski, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Maggie Lefevre, Oconto; and Kelly Fritz, Oconto Falls.
Outagamie -- Jackalyn Oppelt, Appleton; and Jamie Goffard, Little Chute.
Racine -- Kelly Pedersen*, Racine.
Rusk -- Elizabeth Lybert*, Ladysmith.
Shawano -- Brittany Brunner*** and Andrea Kuzniar, Shawano.
Sheboygan -- Megan Klock*, Plymouth; and Jamie Stahl, Sheboygan.
Walworth -- Alyssa Rostkowski, East Troy.
Washington -- Danielle Kaufelt*, Germantown.
Waupaca -- Maggie Hintz-Polzin, Clintonville; Tara Gorman, New London; and Jenifer Ferg, Waupaca.
Winnebago -- Jennifer Fiala, Winneconne.
Wood -- Dixie Schubert**, Wisconsin Rapids.
Other states -- Wendy Olejniczak, Soddy Daisy, Tennessee.

Humanistic Studies
Brown -- Erin Hannon, Sarah Schuelke, and Abby Simmons, Green Bay.
Outagamie -- Lindsay Simonsen***, Greenville.
Ozaukee -- Michael Anzia, Belgium.
Sheboygan -- Kari Navis**, Cedar Grove.

Individual Major
Brown -- Matthew Babiash, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Sarah Preissner***, Menasha.
Other states -- Ryan Penneau*, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Information Science
Brown -- Grant Fowler and Lattana Sanavongsay, Green Bay.
Waukesha -- Jon Maehler, Pewaukee.
Waupaca -- Brian Greunke, Marion.

Interdisciplinary Studies
Brown -- Lynn Amore and Lee Ries, De Pere; and Michelle Achterberg**, Ashlee Alicea, Carly McIntyre, and Leonard Timmer, Green Bay.
Langlade -- Carol Swim, White Lake.
Manitowoc -- Janet Artz, Manitowoc.
Milwaukee -- Kara Cayavec, Greenfield.
Oconto -- Marilynn Shorey***, Sobieski.
Outagamie -- Andrea Romenesko***, Kaukauna.
Sheboygan -- Barbara Virant, Sheboygan.
Waukesha -- Laura Massa, Pewaukee.
Winnebago -- John Stilp*, Larsen.

Mathematics
Brown -- Byron Dagit, De Pere; and Joseph Tabordon, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Jacob Prochnow, Appleton.
Green Lake -- Melissa Knutson***, Berlin.
Kenosha -- Lisa Carnahan, Twin Lakes.
Shawano -- Lisa Stomberg, Shawano.
Other states -- Alexandra Webster*, Crown Point, Indiana.

Music
Brown -- Anthony Alvarado-Ortiz*, Olesia Guba**, Stephany Israeli, Janet Osterberg, and Aubrey Sutter, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Richard Perry, Appleton.
Dane -- Rod Israeli, Madison.
Marinette -- Rebecca Ostermann***, Coleman.
Sheboygan -- Laura Schram, Plymouth; and Brandon Meulbroek, Sheboygan.
Washington -- Benjamin Perthel*, Colgate.

Nursing
Brown -- Odette Balza, De Pere; and Katie Collins, Angela Deau, Mary Huelskamp, and Donna Verville, Green Bay.
Dane -- Sherri Lara, Madison.
Door -- Heidi Derbick, Marguerite Hale, and Gloria Schneider, Sturgeon Bay.
Florence -- Jacklin Sailo, Florence.
Langlade -- Karena Seefeldt, Antigo.
Manitowoc -- Elizabeth Elmore, Jenny Schroeter, and Julie Tittl, Manitowoc; Connie Hagenow, Mishicot; and Brenda Jurss, Two Rivers.
Marathon -- Carla Janikowski, Hatley.
Oneida -- Sarah Sloan (distinction in the major), Lake Tomahawk.
Outagamie -- Melissa Dercks and Debra Niesen, Kaukauna.
Portage -- Crystal Lothe, Stevens Point.
Shawano -- Amy Hartmann, Shawano.
Winnebago -- Susan Holtz, Neenah.
Other states -- Sharon Oglesby, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Cheung Cheuk, Los Angeles, California; Jani Huhta-Bonzi, Biscayne Park, Florida; Cathleen Gutekanst, Miami, Florida; George Gauamis, Pearl City, Hawaii; Anne Richey, Manistique, Michigan; Steven Hansmann, Stanchfield, Minnesota; and Kara Burke, Catskill, New York.

Philosophy
Brown -- David Malcolm***, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Chad Kleist**, Hilbert.
Oconto -- Timothy Rohr*, Little Suamico.
Outagamie -- Kirk Plankey*, Appleton.

Political Science
Brown -- Alicia Hauner, Pheng Lor, Erik Mims (distinction in the major), Scott Roder***, Michael Titel, and Heather Weininger, Green Bay; and Aaron Weinschenk*** (distinction in the major), New Franken.
Kewaunee -- Kimberly Pribyl, Denmark; and Nicole Zey, Kewaunee.
Marathon -- Heather Riehle, Athens.
Marinette -- Benjamin Cherney, Coleman.
Marquette -- Nathanael Brown***, Montello.
Milwaukee -- Katie Gassenhuber, West Allis.
Oconto -- Timothy Rohr*, Little Suamico.
Outagamie -- Brian Navin and Carrie Verbruggen, Kimberly.
Sheboygan -- Tyler Vorpagel, Plymouth.
Waupaca -- Kerry Kuenzi, Weyauwega.

Psychology
Barron -- Jessica Miller* and Jennifer White***, Rice Lake.
Brown -- Nicole Knott and Jessica Rabas, De Pere; Arlidzaray Barrera Sr., Patricia Brenwall, Kristina Casanova, Katie Christian, Kristen Daly, Jeremiah Fager, Lindsey Freeman, Mandi Gezella, Carrie Hans, Sarah Hanson*, Katie Kuznacic***, Kayla Millard, Laura Molling**, Kathryn Newbanks, Kari Olsen, Heather Piwonski, Emily Roberts, Matthew Teal, Kang Vang, and Lydia Zmek, Green Bay; and Katie Gilson*, Luxemburg.
Calumet -- Amanda Popp**, Brillion; Wendy Berth*** and Ashley Seipel***, Chilton; Kristi Schroeder, Hilbert; and Ashley Ausloos, New Holstein.
Dane -- Cali Schneller, Stoughton; and Kathryn Kesler, Sun Prairie.
Dodge -- Olivia Stevens, Fox Lake; Rachel Krueger*, Horicon; and Katrina Lehmann, Hustisford.
Door -- Jimmie Riley, Luxemburg; and Melanie Jeanquart, Sturgeon Bay.
Fond du Lac -- Stephanie Gross***, Fond du Lac; Denise Bord*** (distinction in the major), Mount Calvary; Gina Casper, New Holstein; and Jenny Olson*** (distinction in the major), Van Dyne.
Forest -- Ernest Grorich and Jennifer Warpehoski**, Crandon.
Langlade -- Sarah Halverson and Angela Wickersheim, White Lake.
Lincoln -- Stacey Watzlawick*, Irma.
Manitowoc -- Stacy Klein and Kirsten Leifer*, Manitowoc; and Krista Koller, Two Rivers.
Marinette -- Anna Bosch and Heidi Ninnemann*, Marinette; Katie Flatka, Niagara; and Katie Tracy, Wausaukee.
Milwaukee -- Amanda Jeske*** (distinction in the major), Brown Deer; and Michael Wisneski, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Maggie Lefevre, Oconto.
Oneida -- Angela Greatsinger*, Eagle River.
Outagamie -- Jackalyn Oppelt and Laura Volkert, Appleton; and Jamie Goffard, Little Chute.
Ozaukee -- Jill Derler*, Fredonia.
Racine -- Kelley Pedersen* and Stephanie Peters, Racine.
Rusk -- Elizabeth Lybert*, Ladysmith.
Sauk -- Carissa Mercier**, La Valle.
Shawano -- Brittany Brunner***, Shawano; and David Suski, Zachow.
Sheboygan -- Angela Roethel*** (distinction in the major), Oostburg; and Megan Klock*, Plymouth.
Tayor -- Laurelyn Harper*, Gilman.
Vilas -- Tiffany Szukalski, Saint Germain.
Washington -- Danielle Kaufelt*, Germantown.
Waupaca -- Jillian Over, Clintonville; and Jenifer Ferg, Waupaca.
Wood -- Dixie Schubert**, Wisconsin Rapids.
Other states -- Wendy Olejniczak, Soddy Daisy, Tennessee.

Public Administration
Brown -- Mandie Bodart, De Pere; Brian Anderson, Ashlie DuChateau, Stacy Gille, Alicia Hauner, Gary Huebner, Pheng Lor, Erik Mims (distinction in the major), Kaya Oudeans, Scott Roder***, Michael Titel, and Shaun Wisniewski, Green Bay; Aaron Weinschenk*** (distinction in the major), New Franken; and Mark Trudeau, Oneida.
Marquette -- Nathanael Brown***, Montello.
Milwaukee -- Scott Johnson*, Greendale; and Katie Gassenhuber, West Allis.
Outagamie -- Angela Grant, De Pere; and Brian Navin and Carrie Verbruggen, Kimberly.
Polk -- Andrew Rosendahl, Centuria.
Sheboygan -- Tyler Vorpagel, Plymouth.
Walworth -- Katherine Janusz, East Troy.

Social Change and Development
Brown -- Timothy DeWitt and Kristin Lytie, Green Bay.
Columbia -- Tracey Hoffmann, Cambria.
Dane -- Rod Israeli, Madison; and Claire Weinstein*, Sun Prairie.
Kewaunee -- Kimberly Pribyl, Denmark.
La Crosse -- Christopher Russell*, La Crosse.
Manitowoc -- Zachary Miller, Manitowoc; and Heather Nohr, Maribel.
Marathon -- Heather Riehle, Athens; and Lucas DeLaporte, Wausau.
Menominee -- Theresa Martin, Keshena.
Milwaukee -- Scott Johnson*, Greendale.
Oconto -- Oristela Vannieuwenhoven***, Abrams; and Timothy Rohr*, Little Suamico.
Oneida -- Tristan Cray** and Brodee Ewert, Rhinelander.
Outagamie -- Alissa Reddy*, Jessica Talavera, and Susan Wendt, Appleton; and Christine Brandtner, Seymour.
Shawano -- Kathleen Harkey, Shawano.
Taylor -- Bonnie Gutsch***, Medford.
Waupaca -- Kerry Kuenzi, Weyauwega.
Wood -- Michelle Bates, Arpin; and Maria Breu*, Pittsville.

Social Work
Brown -- Kelly Boss*, De Pere; Tracy Batal, Denmark; and Sharon Dorner, Kristin Hansen, Courtney Hocks*, Kayce Kendziorski**, Yer Lor, and Vanessa Solberg, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Kayla Bettis*, Appleton.
Forest -- Jennifer Warpehoski**, Crandon.
Grant -- Jennifer Miles, Lancaster.
Lincoln -- Jana Halverson***, Tomahawk.
Manitowoc -- Krista VanHaren*, Manitowoc; and Kristin Junk*, Two Rivers.
Marathon -- Lindsay Bauman*, Schofield; Jory Gennett, Stratford; and Megan Birchfield, Wausau.
Marinette -- Ashley Raygo, Marinette; and Penny Laun, Wausaukee.
Outagamie -- Stephanie Wheeler, Greenville; and Kathleen Neubert, Kaukauna.
Ozaukee -- Sarah Britton, Grafton.
Racine -- Stephanie Peters, Racine.
Shawano -- Sarah Corazalla, Birnamwood.
Sheboygan -- Tammi Hemenway, Mailia Kue*, and Jenna Tullberg, Sheboygan.
Washington -- Laura Schaefer*, Hartford.
Waukesha -- Kristen Munson*, Waukesha.
Waupaca -- Heather Wochinski, New London.
Winnebago -- Katrina Nelson, Neenah.
Other states -- Bryanne Carow and Cindy Zaharias, Menominee, Michigan.

Spanish
Brown -- Denise Martin*, Lisa Quigley*, and Sarah Schuelke, Green Bay.
Clark -- Geena Parnewicz*, Withee.
Columbia -- Tracey Hoffmann, Cambria.
Jefferson -- Kristy Klopstein**, Watertown.
Lincoln -- Aimee Hein*, Merrill.

Theatre
Brown -- Amanda Muhs and Paul Wilson, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Sarah Preissner***, Menasha.
Jefferson -- Jillian Nelson*, Lake Mills.
Milwaukee -- Amanda Scholz, Milwaukee.
Oconto -- Tiffaney Dantinne*, Oconto.
Washington -- Kathleen Connelly*, Germantown.
Winnebago -- Adina Weinig**, Menasha; and John Mrovka**, Neenah.

Urban and Regional Studies
Brown -- Christopher Gibbons, De Pere; and Christopher Braatz, Kathryn Newbanks, and Leslie Renard, Green Bay.
Jefferson -- Jonathan Arndt, Palmyra.
Kenosha -- Danielle Fosdick, Twin Lakes.
Manitowoc -- Zachary Miller, Manitowoc.
Marathon -- Lucas DeLaporte, Wausau.
Oconto -- Chad Bulkowski*, Krakow.
Outagamie -- Lacey Samz, Shiocton.
Sheboygan -- Daniel Teaters, Kohler.
Vilas -- Jalen Karenke, Conover.
Winnebago -- Thomas Baron*, Menasha.
Other states -- Daniel Lindstrom*, Vulcan, Michigan; and Drew Anderson, Woodbury, Minnesota.

(07-99 / 9 May 2007 / BBP)

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