December 1999

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Jazz Fest is Jan. 15

'Teaching at Its Best' awards

Galaty wins 'Featured Faculty'

New graduate-level course offered

Emmons is named Frankenthal Professor

Phi Kappa Phi new members

Opera Workshop recital

Instrumental holiday concert

Students receive research grants

ACTF singles out five students

Commencement ceremonies

Who's Who recipients

Leadership Award recipients

Chancellor's Medallion recipients

Faculty and staff service awards

'Holiday Traditions' choral concert

Student jazz combos concert

Senior recital

December graduates listed

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Trumpeter Mustafa is guest artist for 30th Jazz Fest

GREEN BAY - Trumpeter Melton Mustafa will perform on several of his own compositions with the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Jazz Ensemble at the University's 30th Jazz Fest set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan 15. The UW-Green Bay Vocal Jazz Ensemble and an outstanding high school jazz ensemble also are on the program set for the Weidner Center on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive.

Tickets are $12 at the door or $10 if purchased in advance through the Weidner Center box office, 465-2217 or 1-800-328-8587.

Mustafa's performing experience includes eight years with the Count Basie Orchestra and stints with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, the Charlie Mingus Epitaph Orchestra, Gunther Schuller, the Woody Herman Orchestra, and others. In the early '80s, he performed in the Fats Waller musical, "Ain't Misbehavin'."

The guest artist is a composer, arranger, band leader, and teacher, in addition to being a renowned performer on the trumpet. Mustafa's contributions to the Count Basie Orchestra include several compositions. His own Melton Mustafa Orchestra, inaugurated in 1989, has two compact discs, "Boiling Point," and "St. Louis Blues." Mustafa continues as an active composer and arranger, and serves as director of jazz studies at Florida Memorial College, and as director of instrumental music at the African-American Cultural Arts Center, both in Miami.

Mustafa will join the UW-Green Bay Jazz Ensemble on four of his original compositions, "Three-in-One Blues," "Easy as It Goes," "Bridging the Gap," and "I Can Sing." John Salerno directs the Jazz Ensemble.

The Ensemble's program includes a transcription of Cannonball Adderly's "Easy to Love" saxophone solo arranged for five harmonized saxophones. Featured players are Andy Thiele, Becky Fleming, Steve Johnson, Noah Bryant, and Jennifer Schmitz. Johnson also will be featured in a recent arrangement of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," and Sara Salentine is the piano soloist in a new treatment of "Laura."

Chris Salerno directs the seven-member UW-Green Bay Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Guest artist John Croarkin will solo on harmonica with the group on Stevie Wonder's "Too High," which also features Salentine on synthesizer. Senior Kristin Sponcia arranged "Moanin'," in which she's featured on vocals. Vocalist Renee Millard and saxophonist Johnson also solo in the number. The Vocal Ensemble will join with the Jazz Ensemble on "When You Wish Upon a Star."

Also performing on the Weidner Center stage will be the high school jazz ensemble judged "outstanding" from their performance in the day-long program of master classes and clinics preceding the evening program.

Schools registered for Jazz Fest include Green Bay West High School, Mary Halloin-Koller, director; Green Bay Southwest High School, Mark Demuth, director; Green Bay Franklin Middle School, Brenda Winkler, director; Ashwaubenon High School, Marc Jimos, director; De Pere High School, Steve Bader, director; Bayport High School, Luther Appel, director; Manitowoc Lincoln High School, Joe Finnegan, director; Walden III, Racine, Al Clausen, director; Stevens Point High School, Dave Kiepert, director; Menomonie High School, Scott Plank, director; Hortonville Middle School, Larry Manley, director; Southern Door High School, Tom Mueller and Dawn Kloida, directors; Plymouth High School, Jason Sebranek, director; D. C. Everest High School, Schofield, Ted Aarrestad, director; and Mercer K-12, Gina Anderson, director.

(99-179 / 28 December 1999 / VCD)

Three cited for 'teaching at its best'

GREEN BAY - Three University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty members were singled out for fall semester "Teaching at Its Best" awards. They are Linda Curl, lecturer in Information Science; Linda Toonen, lecturer in Composition; and Lynn Walter, professor in Social Change and Development.

The "Teaching at Its Best" program is sponsored by the Faculty Development Council to recognize successful teaching strategies or assessment techniques and to encourage communication among faculty about what works in the classroom.

In Curl's computer programming class, students work in groups to develop computer programs and then "market" their products to the class as a whole. Walter promotes critical thinking about reading materials in the Women, Race, and Culture class by organizing small discussion groups in which each individual is responsible for one of six different ways of exploring the reading.

Students in Toonen's sections of College Writing in UW-Green Bay's CONNECT program, choose a career field as a research paper topic, doing much of their research on the Internet. (The CONNECT program schedules freshmen into a "package" of linked courses designed to help them connect to each other and to campus life.) Toonen said research showing that lack of career direction is a major factor in college drop-outs was an inspiration in devising the assignment.

(99-178 / 28 December 1999 / VCD)

Galaty is UW-Green Bay 'Featured Faculty" winner

GREEN BAY - David Galaty, a professor of Humanistic Studies, was selected for the fall semester "Featured Faculty" award at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The award, sponsored by the Faculty Development Council, showcases excellent teaching and provides a forum for recipients to share their expertise with colleagues.

The award presentation and session in which the recipient describes his teaching philosophy will be scheduled in coming months because Galaty was in Spain as an exchange professor at the University of Leon during fall semester.

The nomination described Galaty as "a steadfast participant in the life of the University since its inception." He joined the faculty in 1969. Galaty's teaching interests include history and philosophy of science and technology, history of Western culture, and international studies. His Ph.D. in history of science is from The Johns Hopkins University.

The award singles out Galaty's leadership in developing curriculum, in discussions of teaching methods, and in internationalizing the curriculum, and the broad intellectual range he brings to the classroom. "His strength is in his ability to motivate students to take their education seriously and to take seriously the time they spend together in a class," wrote the nominator.

Galaty developed the University's long-standing travel/study course to the Yucatan in Mexico and has led two study trips to China. He previously was an exchange professor at the University of Kassel in Germany.

Galaty headed a team of UW-Green Bay faculty members whose interdisciplinary explorations resulted in a book, Revolutions in Art and Ideas at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: A New Interpretation and Anthology, in 1994. The project was supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Galaty received the 1994 UW-Green Bay Founder's Association award for excellence in teaching.

(99-177 / 28 December 1999 / VCD)

New Management Information Systems course is offered

GREEN BAY - A graduate-level course in Management Information Systems (MIS) is planned to meet the demands of area business people looking for professional advancement and employee training in information systems and technology. The course will be offered in the spring 2000 semester at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Coursework will cover the development and role of information systems and technology. Subjects include the strategic role of information systems, organization and information systems, computers and information processing, software, data, telecommunications, the Internet, building and managing information systems, and ethical issues.

"The course is aimed at working professionals," says Ronald Stieglitz, associate dean of graduate studies at UW-Green Bay. "The use of management information systems has become a critical component of successful organizations."

The three-credit course can also be used as an elective toward UW-Green Bay's master's degree in Administrative Science. The course will be held 6 to 8:45 p.m. Mondays during spring semester. Mark Kohls, director of e-commerce technology for KI Inc., Green Bay, will be the instructor.

Applications are available from the Admissions Office, 920-465-2111. The registration period begins Jan. 4 for "special students" (those not already enrolled at UW-Green Bay who are interested in taking a single course on a space-available basis). The spring semester begins Jan. 19.

Call Sandy Servais, 920-465-2123 or send an e-mail to for more information.

(99-176 / 22 December 1999 / SB)

Emmons is named Frankenthal Professor at UW-Green Bay

GREEN BAY - Carol Emmons was awarded the named Frankenthal Professorship during commencement ceremonies on Saturday, December 18 at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Emmons, a professor of Communication and the Arts and Art, joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 1988.

The Frankenthal Professorship was established in 1980 in honor of the late Siegfried W. Frankenthal, former owner of Packerland Packing Company, by members of the Frankenthal family. The award recognizes a full professor whose work exemplifies the spirit and mission of UW-Green Bay. Emmons is the fifth to receive the award. Previous recipients were Professors James Clifton, Frederick Kersten, Estella Lauter, and Joyce Salisbury.

Emmons has taught art history, drawing and sculpture courses at UW-Green Bay, along with supervising student independent study projects and senior distinction projects and advising students' senior exhibitions.

Emmons has exhibited her personal art work nationally and internationally, and it has been singled out for numerous juror's awards and other honors. She is the recipient of two Wisconsin Arts Board fellowships as well as individual project grants. With Paul Emmons, she received an Arts Board Percent for Art commission for a permanent installation in the UW-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Emmons has been a visiting artist, and presented many public lectures on her work. She also has served as an exhibition juror and curator.

Emmons actively writes and publishes. She has presented papers and participated in panels at venues such as the College Art Association Annual Conference, the University of Wisconsin Women's Studies Conference, the UW-Green Bay Chancellor's Colloquium on Research, and others. Emmons was a Fellow at the Center for 20th Century Studies at UW-Milwaukee in 1991, and in 1994 received the UW-Green Bay Founders Award for Excellence in Scholarship.

The Professorship selection committee also noted Emmons' service to UW-Green Bay in roles such as alternate and acting chair of the University Committee, chair of the Art discipline, Research Council member, member of the planning committee for a UW System Undergraduate Teaching Improvement Council conference at Green Bay, adviser to students in Communication and the Arts and Art, developing the art slide library, and many others.

A graduate of UW-Stevens Point, Emmons earned Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees at UW-Milwaukee.

(99-175 / 18 December 1999 / VCD)

Phi Kappa Phi chapter initiates 73

GREEN BAY - Seventy-three students and recent graduates at UW-Green Bay have been elected to the campus chapter of the national honorary society, Phi Kappa Phi. The 102-year-old organization recognizes outstanding achievement in all disciplines.

New members are:

Green Bay-Danielle Bell, Adam Benik, Ted Corsi Jr., Jeremy Docken, Jamie Ertl, Nicole Gingue, Mary Hanzel, Micki Hein, Nichole Ihlenfeldt, Karen Janke, Matthew Kittell, Amy Manning, Carrie Maus, Philip May, Jason Novotny, Mark Powless, Michelle Reif, Renee Rizzo, Connie Sexton, Jeane Smits, Wai Yan So, Annette Spakowicz, Joann Sutto, Dawn Terrien, Stephanie Williams, Gregory Wochos.

Almond-Jonathan Rohde; Appleton-Rebecca Chasco; Arbor Vitae-Patricia Bechtel; Brillion-Peggy Buffington; Brown Deer-Heather Godshaw; Chilton-Michelle Cullen; Dawson, Minn.-Charlotte Nordgaard; De Pere-Paula Beimborn, Lisa Majeski; Elkhart Lake-Amy Raeder; Elmwood-Katie Ginsbach; Elroy-Erin Beaver.

Fort Atkinson-Andrea Stiff; Grafton-Brian Herro; Greenwood-Brandi Hoeper; Hartford-Amy Milner; Kimberly-Matthew Andres; Luxemburg-Janice Arendt; Madison-Ma Moua; Manitowoc-Kathryn Duebler, Mary Ann Duebner, Timothy Skinner, Michael Tienor; Mauston-Erin Miller; Menasha-Brandon Hayes, Heide Schmidt.

Menominee, Mich.-Patricia Howayeck; Milwaukee-Michael Nabena; Oak Creek-Mandy Vitale; Oconto-Amy Skaggs; Park Falls-Tracy Dietrich; Poynette-Wendy Hall; Pulaski-Brent Schroeder; Racine-Andrea Meyer; Seymour-Vicki Eatwell.

Shawano-Leah Kemp, Karen Palmer, Sharon Townsend; Sheboygan-Paul Haag; Shorewood-Therese Schumacher; Statesville, N. C.-Jerome Morris III; Thorp-Scott Ford; Tomahawk-Tracy Stark, Matthew Stelter; Two Rivers-Jane Mingari; Waukesha-Patrick Fitzpatrick; Waupaca-Nanci Simon.

(99-174 / 13 December 1999 / VCD)

Opera Workshop recital features 'Magic Flute' highlights

GREEN BAY - Highlights from Mozart's popular opera "The Magic Flute" will be presented by University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students in an Opera Workshop recital on Tuesday evening, Dec. 21.

The recital takes place at 2 p.m. in Studio Two in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Admission is free.

Opera Workshop is directed by Sarah Meredith of the UW-Green Bay music faculty.

With piano accompaniment, students will perform scenes and selections from the opera about a prince who receives a magic flute from the Queen of the Night and sets out to rescue the queen's daughter.

(99-173 / 13 December 1999 / VCD)

Instrumental groups to perform holiday numbers

GREEN BAY - Holiday selections are on the program for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Wind Ensemble and the Symphonic Band at their joint concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 15 in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive.

The Wind Ensemble, directed by UW-Green Bay Director of Bands Kevin Collins, will perform an arrangement of Percy Grainger's "Sussex Mummer's Christmas Carol." The 80-member Symphonic Band includes on its program an arrangement by contemporary composer/arranger Robert Smith of "Angels From the Realms of Glory." Their director is Scott Wright, assistant director of bands.

The Wind Ensemble's program includes Vincent Persichetti's four-movement "Symphony Number 6" and "Blue Shades," a jazz-influenced work by Frank Ticheli that concludes with a "shout" in the style of Duke Ellington.

The Symphonic Band will perform a Renaissance-period march, "Tudor March," by William Byrd, and a work by contemporary American composer Robert Jager, "Triumph and Tradition," that Director Wright calls a "barn-burner symphonic band piece."

Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students. The number for tickets is 1-800-328-8587 or (920) 465-2217.

(99-172 / 9 December 1999 / VCD)

Students receive UW System solid waste research grants

MADISON -- UW-Green Bay students Katie Parmentier and Meleesa Johnson are among eight undergraduate students statewide to be awarded $2,500 grants from the University of Wisconsin System Solid Waste Research Program.

Parmentier, a senior, is majoring in Biology and Environmental Science. Her research project will involve determining the nature and quality of the waste produced by the cheese industry in Wisconsin. Keith West of the Natural and Applied Sciences department, will serve as adviser on the project.

Melessa Johnson, a senior majoring in Environmental Policy, will work with faculty adviser Scott Furlong to examine the existing legislation, rules and regulations that apply to feeding food wastes to animals. The research will include creating a list of individuals that may be interested in utilizing this food source. The primary focus is to ensure a safe food supply for animals, while reducing the amount of waste entering landfills.

The Solid Waste Research Program was established by the state legislature to fund research into methods for reducing the amount of material going into Wisconsin landfills. The program provides grants to UW System faculty and includes a competitive grant program for undergraduate students. The grants are intended to provide academic and work experience opportunities related to solid waste management for students from many different areas of study.

Grants are awarded annually to undergraduate juniors or seniors enrolled at any of the UW system campuses. Applications are due October 30, 2000 to receive a grant for the 2001 spring semester. For more information on how to apply please contact the program manager, Eileen Norby at or contact your campus grants officer.

(99-171 UWS / 8 December 1999)

ACTF singles out five UW-Green Bay students

GREEN BAY - Four student actors at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have won invitations to the Irene Ryan Acting Competition and a student sound designer has been designated for an Award of Merit from the American College Theater Festival (ACTF).

Nicole Desjarlais, Appleton; Micheal Herman, Wisconsin Rapids; Christopher Hibbard, De Pere; and Jessica Jelinski, Luxemburg; will take part in individual acting competition during the January 5 - 8 regional ACTF conference in Milwaukee. Two winners will be selected from regional level to compete for major scholarships and awards in Washington, D. C. in the spring.

Aaron Stinebrink, Lake Geneva, will receive an Award of Merit for his sound design for Jehanne of the Witches, performed at UW-Green Bay in October. The honor is Stinebrink's second ACTF award of merit. He won that award and an ACTF National Selection Team award in 1997 for sound design for On the Verge.

In the acting competition, Desjarlais and Herman were selected for their work in Jehanne of the Witches. Desjarlais portrayed multiple roles, including Joan of Arc's mother and St. Margaret. Herman had the role of Gilles de Rais, a wealthy supporter of Joan and her cause. Hibbard was chosen for his role as a magistrate in last spring's Lysistrata. Jelinski won the invitation for her portrayal of Aunt May in Mrs. Coney, a Tale at Christmas, presented earlier this month. Theater Department Chair Laura Riddle says just being invited to perform in the Irene Ryan competition is an honor.

ACTF is a national organization supporting University-level theater and nominations for the acting competition and merit awards are made by independent evaluators from other member institutions. The Irene Ryan competition is named for the actress who portrayed Granny on the television series, "Beverly Hillbillies," and who left a legacy providing scholarships for young actors.

(99-170 / 8 December 1999 / VCD)

De Vos, '73, and new graduate Behling will speak at commencement Dec. 18

GREEN BAY - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will present degrees to 350 students in commencement ceremonies at noon on Saturday, Dec. 18, in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive.

Bachelor's degrees will be awarded in 34 different majors. The degree recipients include international students from Hong Kong, Japan and the Republic of Korea.

Robert J. De Vos, vice president of business development for Schneider Logistics, Inc., will be the commencement speaker. A 1973 graduate of UW-Green Bay with a degree in Business Administration, De Vos has spent his career with Schneider, working in operations, customer service, labor, field sales, pricing, and marketing.

In 1984, De Vos initiated development of the Schneider Dedicated Operations Group, serving as general manager. He was instrumental in founding Schneider Logistics in 1993, which today manages, consults, and provides technological solutions for Fortune 500 companies including General Motors, Dow, Ocean Spray, CVS Pharmacy, Kroger, Chrysler, Kimberly Clark, and others. He is a frequent speaker on logistics and supply chain management to industry councils and conferences, transportation organizations, and Fortune 500 companies.

Jessica Behling, Appleton, will be the student speaker and the recipient of the Alumni Association's Outstanding Student Award. Behling is receiving her degree cum laude with a major in Human Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Behling joined the student organization BioScience Connection in her sophomore year and served as its president in her junior and senior years, during which time membership and activities reached new levels. She was active in establishing a campus chapter of TriBeta, a national biology honorary society, at UW-Green Bay and is a charter member.

Behling plans to pursue a doctorate in immunology with the goal of teaching at the college level. She has served as a teaching assistant in Immunology Laboratory and completed a major independent study research project. Her campus activities include two years as nutrition chair on the dining advisory committee of the University Union Board. Behling is a Kimberly High School graduate.

(99-169 / 8 December 1999 / VCD)

29 Who's Who recipients named at UW-Green Bay

GREEN BAY - Twenty-nine students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been named as recipients of the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Award. The awards will be presented in a 6 p.m. program, Friday, Dec. 17 in the Christie Theatre on campus; also honored will be students receiving the Chancellor's Medallion and the University Leadership Award.

Students from Green Bay receiving the Who's Who award are Danielle N. Bell and Katie Karcz.

Students from Wisconsin receiving the award are Christy Lynn Cork, Franklin; Michelle Renee Cullen, Chilton; Jaclyn Louise De France, De Pere; Elizabeth M. Drmolka, Almond; Vicki Lynn Eatwell, Seymour; Mary E. Hart, Colby; Jeff Johnson, Lake Geneva; Sara Ann Kleinhans, New Holstein; Kurt J. Kober, Sheboygan; David J. Lamers, Little Chute; Angela M. Laux, Manitowoc; Laura J. Maar, Medford; Bryan Milz, Marinette; Amanda Moschea, Whitefish Bay; Andrea Marie Nilsen, Union Grove; Amy S. Piaget, Trempealeau; Kari Polczynski, New Berlin; Aaron Richardson, McFarland; John Karl Runge, Gillett; Anne Schauer, Milwaukee; Andrea Marie Stiff, Fort Atkinson; Aimee' L. Wolfgram, Oshkosh; and Lisa Joy Wolgast, Watertown.

Students from outside Wisconsin receiving the award are Shannon Mary Byrne, Green Oaks, Ill.; Erin Maegdlin, Janesville, Fla.; Philip J. May, Socorro, N.M.; and Chrissy Stunyo, Grand Rapids, Minn.

(99-168 / 3 December 1999 / SB)

Six receive Leadership Awards

GREEN BAY - Six students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been named 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 in a 6 p.m. program on Friday, Dec. 17 in the Christie Theatre on campus, along with awards to recipients of the Chancellor's Medallion and Who's Who Among American Universities and Colleges.

Students from Wisconsin receiving the Leadership Award and their permanent home addresses are Angela Berndt, Maribel; Corey Michael Bogenschutz, Baileys Harbor; Vicki Lynn Eatwell, Seymour; John Runge, Gillett; and Aimee' Wolfgram, Oshkosh. Also receiving the award was Philip J. May from Socorro, New Mexico.

Angela Berndt will graduate with a degree in nutritional science and dietetics. She is a member of the Dietetics Club and is a volunteer for Big brothers/Big Sisters, UW-Green Bay Health Fair, a women's violence shelter, and food drives for Paul's Pantry. She is a member of the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Support Organization and is conducting a clinical study on PCOS with a UW-Green Bay faculty member.

Corey Bogenschutz will graduate with a degree in business administration and management and is serving a management internship at Kohl's Department Store. He is a member of the Good Time Programming Board, Union Board and the men's volleyball club team.

Vicki Eatwell will graduate with a degree in nursing. She is highly involved in church activities and in her children's school activities. At her church she is the director of Sunday school music, member of the church library and decoration committees, member of the worship and music teams and the church cell group. She is the founder and past chairman of "Mother's Group," an organization to support young mothers who chose to remain home with their children. She is also an assistant to the band director at a local middle school.

John Runge will graduate with majors in political science, public administration and an individual major in political economy. His team was the "first runner-up" in the Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) 1999 regional competition and was named "Rookie Team of the Year." He is also the SIFE Junior Achievement project leader, and through that role encouraged members of SIFE to mentor elementary school children.

Aimee' Wolfgram will graduate with degrees in environmental science and earth science. She was the first intern hired for two consecutive summers at Wisconsin Tissue. She is the founder of the Earth Science Club and a volunteer for the Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and worked on a local blood drive.

Philip May will graduate with a degree in business administration and a finance emphasis. He is currently a financial analyst intern with Schreiber National and is a member of SIFE, the Finance Association and a volunteer for the Boys and Girls Club and Junior Achievement. He had two research papers published at the International Conference on Mathematical and Computer Modeling and Scientific Computing this summer.

(99-167 / 3 December 1999 / SB)

Nine receive Chancellor's Medallion

GREEN BAY -- Nine graduating seniors at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been selected to receive the 1999 Chancellor's Medallion in recognition of sustained campus and community service and leadership during their university careers. They will be recognized and awarded with their medallions at a luncheon with University Chancellor Mark Perkins on Wednesday, Dec. 8.

They will also be recognized along with recipients of the University Leadership Award and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities at a public ceremony at 6 p.m., Friday, Dec. 17, in the Christie Theatre, on campus.

Students receiving the Chancellor's Medallion are Jaclyn L. De France and Heather Fritsch,De Pere; Cassandra L. Hlavka, Racine; Sara Ann Kleinhans, New Holstein; Holly Gale Mueller, Pewaukee; Amy S. Piaget, Trempealeau; Dawn M. Spang, Green Bay; Farah Stewart, Milwaukee; and Kelle Wygralak, Green Bay.

Jaclyn De France will receive her bachelor's degree in communication processes with an emphasis in print journalism and public relations. She served in many capacities for the Office of Student Life. She was the Contemporary Issues Coordinator for Good Times Programming, planning and organizing many events that brought innovative programs to campus. She was also the first MainStage Coordinator for Good Times Programming Board, playing a critical role in bringing the first rock concert in more than 10 years to campus last April. She has served as UW-Green Bay's delegate for the National Association of Campus Activities since 1996 and received the NACA-Wisconsin Outstanding Student Award in 1999. Her community involvement included volunteering at Syble Hopp School for the developmentally disabled and an internship with the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure, an event that generated $80,000 for the organization.

Heather Fritsch will graduate with a degree in chemistry and human biology. She represented UW-Green Bay as a Wingspread Fellow at the SC Johnson Foundation's Wingspread Conference. She is a note-taker for disabled classmates and a tutor of English, biology, geometry and western culture. She organized her hometown neighborhood's first-ever community cleanup. She is currently a chemistry intern for Enzymatic Therapy of Green Bay and has used her chemistry skills as a lead technician for Nicolet Paper Company during 1996 and 1997 school breaks. She is the editor of the BioScience Connection newsletter and has spent two of her spring breaks building homes for Habitat for Humanity. She is a published poet in the National Library of Poetry.

Cassandra Hlavka will graduate with a degree in elementary education. She is currently teaching eighth grade mathematics and science, without a cooperating teacher, in an internship at River View Middle School. She also took on responsibilities as advisor for the school's Club Pride, a student organization that stands against alcohol and other drug abuse. She has volunteered at Danz, Fort Howard and Howe elementary schools, and is a weekend volunteer for the Bay Area Human Society. On campus she served as a tour guide, orientation assistant and student librarian.

Sara Ann Kleinhans will graduate with a degree in human development. She is one of five building managers who oversee a staff of 18, three retail operations and meeting and event space at the University Union. She has served as a camp counselor for three years, and worked for the Office of Admission as an orientation assistant and as an assistant at Introduction to College, an event to acclimate high school seniors to University settings. She was a co-instructor for the Tools for 2000 program, helping students to make informed decisions about college. As an intern in the Office of Admissions, she prepared a resource manual for future interns, helping to provide them with useful information on how to effectively serve incoming students.

Holly Gale Mueller will graduate with a degree in communication processes. She is currently the beauty and fashion editor of Wisconsin Woman magazine, with a readership of 250,000. She has made significant contributions to the campus community as a resident assistant and a RA community advisor, receiving Residence Life program of the month and program of the year awards. She served as a writer and Assistant Life Editor of the campus newspaper, and received the paper's Outstanding Achievement Award for an article on sexual assault. She was a campus organizer and co-chair of the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), an organization recognizing students and organizations for successful activities and programs. She is a step-aerobics supervisor, overseeing six instructors who lead 200 students in weekly classes. She is a volunteer in UW-Green Bay's Safe Walk program and volunteered at ManorCare Health Services, Green Bay.

Amy Piaget will graduate with a degree in environmental science and geography. She received the Cofrin Arboretum Research Grant to study soil quality and water infiltration on succession plots near the campus soccer fields. In addition she works as a research and laboratory assistant in the Natural and Applied Science Department. She is one of five University Union building managers overseeing 18 staff, three retail operations and events during evening and weekends. She worked closely with the development of the inaugural corn maze, which since has generated thousands of dollars for UW-Green Bay and community organizations. She is a former member of UW-Green Bay's women's choir and symphonic, jazz and pep bands. She also served as a volunteer for the Bay Area Humane Society.

Dawn Spang will graduate in December of 2000 with majors in human development and psychology. Since 1996, she has spent five to ten hours per week educating and alerting the public through local schools, clubs and organizations about the destruction caused by eating disorders. She is also a lead therapist with the Wisconsin Early Autism Project, educating and encouraging other therapists who work with autistic children. She is a member of the Human Development/Psychology Club on campus and she worked for the Student Health and Counseling Center, planning and organizing Eating Disorder Awareness Week.

Farah Stewart will graduate with a major in biology. She was highly involved on campus serving as a resident assistant and community advisor through Residence Life. She was the recipient of numerous awards in those positions including the program of the semester award for "Camping 101." She was active in many campus activities that promote diversity and cultural awareness on campus and in the community, including the International Club, the Black Student Union and the Roteract Club. She is also a member of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. She currently works as an assistant site director at the YMCA and during summer volunteers at her hometown church.

Kelle Wygralak will graduate with a degree in biology and environmental science. She was highly involved in Round River Alliance, promoting environmental awareness and education to members of the campus and community through special projects and events such as Earthweek. She served an environmental internship at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary and was a volunteer animal keeper at the N.E.W. Zoo. She worked as a lifeguard and swimming instructor at the Phoenix Sports Center and the YMCA.

(99-166 / 3 December 1999 / SB)

Faculty and staff honored for years of service

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty and staff who are celebrating 30, 25, 20 and 10 years of service will be honored at a 3 p.m. reception, Thursday, Dec. 16, in the 1965 Room of the University Union on campus.

Receiving plaques for 30 years of service are Julie A. Reisinger, Mary Ann Rose, Sharon J. Gegere, Barbara A. Miller, William J. Terrien, Kenneth J. Peterson, Warren L. Bader, Robert M. Pritchard, Carol A. Pollis, Anjani K. Mehra, Thomas E. Van Koevering, David H. Galaty, Ronald H. Starkey, Joseph M. Moran and David L. Damkoehler.

Receiving plaques for 25 years of service are Elaine M. Capelle, Lylas L. DeQuaine, Roger J. Gorzelanczyk, Elizabeth M. Nicholas, Catherine M. Olejniczak, Thomas C. Haevers, Richard D. Logan, David M. Littig, Gilbert T. Null, Peter J. Kellogg, Clifford F. Abbott and Robert W. Obenberger.

Receiving plaques for 20 years of service are Gladys J. Haase, Nancy A. Schiegg, Daniel J. McCutchin, Steven P. Pfundtner, John A. Shuck, Mark S. Damie, Susan M. Weiler, Michael E. Marinetti, Timothy J. Sewall, David G. Kieper, William A. Shay, Margaret A. Laughlin and Ann K. Deprey.

Receiving plaques for 10 years of service are Colleen E. Wilde, James R. Stiefvater, Sherry A. Lacenski, Jerry E. Laundrie, Michael R. Kline, Louis S. Frane, Trudy M. Jacobson, David J. Garot, Scott W. Conklin, Debra A. Waggoner, Cecily J. Dawson, Susan M. Kline-Heim, Theodor P. Korithoski, Jeffrey A. Benzow, Donna L. Ritch, Dianne L. Marlett, James N. Holly and Linda L. Toonen.

(99-165 / 3 December 1999 / SB)

Choral groups present 'Holiday Traditions' at Weidner Center

GREEN BAY - From the opening with Zoltan Kodaly's "O Come, O Come, Emanuel" sung quietly from the balcony, to the close with Ralph Vaughn Williams' "Fantasia on Christmas Carols" performed by combined choirs, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay choral concert on Saturday, Dec. 11, carries out the theme, "Holiday Traditions." The program is at 7:30 p.m. in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive.

Performers include the University's Vocal Ensemble and Concert Choir, directed by William Witwer, and its Women's Chorus, directed by Jeffery McGhee, along with guest choir, The Appleton East High School Easterners, directed by Chris Keelan.

The concert offers an opportunity to hear the Weidner Center's pipe organ, built by Casavant Freres Limitee, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, which consultant Marilyn Mason described at its 1993 dedication as "a jewel of the campus and community." UW-Green Bay faculty member Arthur Cohrs will be the organist.

Following the opening, sung without accompaniment by the 17-member Vocal Ensemble, will be a rousing processional arrangement of a medieval hymn, "Personent Hodie," performed by combined choirs. It will be accompanied by Cohrs on the organ, and UW-Green Bay students Kristin Masarik, Renee Millard, Kathleen Lofy, Krystal Hischke and Shaun Combs on trumpets, and Ellen Simon, Kevin Baker and Zac Schroeder on percussion.

The Women's Chorus will sing an Appalachian carol, a selection from Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, and two traditional songs. Flutists Heidi Volkmann and Sarah Danek will accompany them on a spiritual, "The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy."

The Concert Choir program includes a spirited setting of the carol, "I Saw Three Ships," accompanied by piano, four-hands - Cohrs and faculty member Janice Cusano - and bells played by percussionists Simon, Baker and Schroeder.

Soprano Amanda Moschea is soloist with the Vocal Ensemble on "The Hills are Bare at Bethlehem." Dan Weaver, who teaches guitar at UW-Green Bay, will accompany the group on two contemporary pieces and Cusano will provide piano accompaniment on "The Twelve Days of Christmas."

The Appleton East choir program includes"Mary Had a Baby," with Brynne Llewellyn as soloist. Guest conductor for their perfomance of "The Holly and the Ivy" will be student teacher Gina Haugen, a Green Bay Southwest High School graduate and a student at the Lawrence Conservatory.

The Easterners join with the UW-Green Bay Concert Choir and Vocal Ensemble on the concluding "Fantasia on Christmas Carols," featuring Cohrs on the organ and baritone McGhee as soloist.

Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students. The numbers for tickets are 1-800-328-8587 or 920-465-2217.

(99-162 / 1 December 1999 / VCD)

Student jazz combos offer free concert

GREEN BAY - Three University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student jazz combos will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14 in the Phoenix Room of University Union on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive. The program is free and open to the public.

All three groups will feature music by jazz greats, including Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Thelonius Monk, Nat Adderley, and others. Several selections in each program will showcase arrangements by student members of the group.

The Y2J Combo will perform "Primal Blues," composed by combo member and percussionist Kevin Baker. Baker also arranged two numbers for their program. Other arrangements for the six-member group are by trumpet player Jackie Blohowiak and pianist Katie Schwarz.

Schwarz also performs with The Monday Combo, and did an arrangement of Monk's "I Mean You," for that group. Bassist Luke Thomas and tenor saxophonist A. J. Kluth provided other arrangements for the Monday group.

Vocalist Amanda Moschea, flutist JoAnn Schmitt, and guitarist Luke Thomas are the members of The Wednesday Combo. Moschea and Thomas collaborated on arranging Rodgers and Hart's "My Funny Valentine," for their program segment.

(99-163 / 2 December 1999 / VCD)

Pianist Blodgett offers senior recital

GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student pianist Dana Blodgett will present her senior recital at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, on the UW-Green Bay campus. Admission to the program, to be held in the University Theatre, is free.

Blodgett will perform Concert No. 1 in C major, Allegro an brio, by Ludwig van Beethoven; Oiseaux tristess (Sad Birds) by Maurice Ravel; and Variations Serieuses by Felix Mendelssohn.

Blodgett is an applied music major who studies with Professor Arthur Cohrs. In past semesters she has played with the Wind and Flute Ensembles and was a member of the UW-Green Bay Women's Chorus. She is currently involved in the New and Early Music Ensembles.

(99-164 / 1 December 1999 / SB)

UW-Green Bay announces names of December graduates

GREEN BAY - UW-Green Bay commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 18, will honor approximately 350 graduates eligible to receive their degrees. Those students receiving bachelor's degrees with academic honors are indicated by * cum laude, ** magna cum laude, and *** summa cum laude.


Master of Environmental Science and Policy

Wendy Jeanne Stone, New London.


Brown -- Karen Petasek, Green Bay.



Brown -- Walter Klima, De Pere; Christopher Hendricks* and Karen Schlag, Green Bay; and Lisa Buresh, New Franken.

Manitowoc -- Lawrence Kronschnabel*, Jennifer Reedy, and Sandra Skarivoda, Manitowoc.

Marathon -- Carrie Ploeckelman*, Colby.

Marinette -- Margaret Graese, Crivitz.

Oconto -- Bethany Bouche, Oconto Falls.

Outagamie -- Sandra Grumbling and Martha Raddatz, Kaukauna.

Ozaukee -- Katrina Mondloch*, Fredonia; and Steven D'Amato, Grafton.

Shawano -- Candee Stoltenow*, Bonduel.


Brown -- Cynthia Thomas and Natalie Vann, Green Bay; and Heidi Barta, New Franken.

Marinette -- Denise Eichinger, Pembine.

Outagamie -- Lori Jakubow*, Appleton.

Waupaca -- Brenda Naff, New London.

Other states -- Melissa Perkins, Illinois.


Brown -- Michael Smits**, De Pere; and Jessica Schreiber and Kelle Wygralak*, Green Bay.

Fond du Lac -- Julie Abraham, Fond du Lac.

Manitowoc -- Nathan Rusch, Manitowoc.

Milwaukee -- Farah Stewart**, Milwaukee.

Shawano -- Diane Cooper**, Shawano.

Vernon -- Katrina Moore, Hillsboro.

Business Administration

Brown -- Tammi Phelps, Denmark; Jennifer Baumgart, Eric Jackson, William Leggett, Marlene Reimer, and Erik Thiel, De Pere; Christopher Boehm, Patrick Campshure, Michelle Erickson, Nicholas Letter, Philip May***, Patrick Moder*, Karalynne Moore, Lisa Nelson, Michael Pond Jr.**, Kevin Rasmussen, Joel Schneider, Teresa Schneider, Patrick Selsmeyer*, Jodene Steenbock, Pamela Tempski, Jill Tomcheck, Cinnamin Van Roy, and Eric Windorff, Green Bay; and Bobbi Jankowski, Suamico.

Calumet-- Emily Kliment*, Appleton; and Jessica Rach, Chilton.

Columbia -- Theresa Ehrke, Columbus.

Dodge -- Tracy Schroeder*, Horicon.

Door -- Corey Bogenschutz, Baileys Harbor; and Jennifer Heimbecher, Karmen Kroening, and Scott Wallestad, Sturgeon Bay.

Eau Claire -- Seth Blackman, Eau Claire.

Florence - Jamie Doda, Florence.

Green -- Stefanie Broe, Albany.

Kewaunee -- Lori Goemans, Luxemburg.

Manitowoc -- Michael Klackner** and Brett Lusk, Manitowoc; and Jamie Vanderveren, Two Rivers.

Milwaukee -- Becky Reese, Milwaukee.

Oneida -- Matthew Stelter*, Tomahawk.

Outagamie -- Katie Schultz, Appleton; Brian Hietpas, Kaukauna; and Stacey Hackel and Ryan Kraft**, Seymour.

Racine -- Nicole Kreimer, Racine.

Rock -- Jessica Ahlert, Clinton.

Waupaca -- Dana Peterson, Manawa.

Other countries -- Bobby Sae Bae, Hong Kong; and Katsunari Kataoka, Japan.


Brown -- Heather Fritsch***, De Pere.

Calumet -- Jeannine Jansen, Kaukauna.

Communication and the Arts

Brown -- Leslie Christopherson, Lynn Schmutzler, Kevin Snell, Kumiko Takahashi, Alissa Wied, and David Wied, Green Bay.

Manitowoc -- Jennifer Anderson, Manitowoc; and Susan Zellner*, Two Rivers.

Marinette -- Brian Turner, Peshtigo.

Sheboygan -- Tricia Schultz, Sheboygan.

Waukesha -- Scott Olbinski, Waukesha.

Communication Processes

Brown -- Jaclyn De France and Jami Rogne, De Pere; Alida Al-Saadi*** (distinction in the major), Melanie Bos, Kim Boyce, Kathryn Delie, Jennifer Earley, James Graves, Matthew Greget, Shea Greil*, Shelly Koch, Jennifer Loughran, Holly Mueller, Natalie Rein, Anthony Schoenleber, and Kim Vigue, Green Bay; and Tamara Lusk, New Franken.

Forest -- Molly Boney*, Laona.

Manitowoc -- Keri La Duke, Newton.

Marinette -- Dale Shepherd, Marinette.

Oconto -- Jessica Krause, Oconto Falls.

Outagamie -- Gretchen Weyenberg, Appleton; and Anna Hurst, Kaukauna.

Sheboygan -- Wendy Dotz, Sheboygan.

Washington -- Amy Milner**, Hartford; and Tracy Krance, West Bend.

Waupaca -- Amanda Cowden, Embarrass.

Other states -- Patricia Howayeck**, Michigan; and Eric Bergstrom, Minnesota.

Other countries -- Il Han, Korea.

Computer Science

Brown -- David Zey, Green Bay.

Shawano -- Benjamin Felts, Shawano.

Earth Science

Brown -- Veronica Brieno, Green Bay.

Winnebago -- Aimee Wolfgram, Oshkosh.

Other states -- Kristina Tschida, Minnesota.


Milwaukee -- James Sarow, West Allis.

Washington -- Lynn Thull, Kewaskum.

Other countries -- Wai Yan Lucia So*, Hong Kong.

Elementary Education

Brown -- Alison Bursa, Kathleen Christianson, Amy Crehore*, Stormee Genz, Sara Hanson, Ryan Long, and Amy Messamore, Green Bay; and Amy Karcz, Pulaski.

Calumet -- Tara Diedrich*, Brillion.

Manitowoc -- Marjorie Joanis**, Francis Creek; and Lindy Backus**, Manitowoc.

Racine -- Cassandra Hlavka**, Racine.

Shawano -- Donna Hodkiewicz, Shawano.

Waupaca -- Michelle Harris, Tigerton.


Marinette -- Saara Raappana, Marinette; and Timothy Evans, Peshtigo.

Waukesha -- Courtney Both, Brookfield.

Environmental Policy and Planning

Brown -- Matthew Greget and Gregory Wochos, Green Bay.

Fond du Lac -- Jayson Stiles, Fond du Lac.

Ozaukee -- Brian Herro***, Grafton.

Environmental Science

Brown -- Adam Florin, Amy Piaget, Jessica Schreiber, and Kelle Wygralak*, Green Bay.

Fond du Lac -- Julie Abraham, Fond du Lac.

Manitowoc -- Jon Reisenbuechler** and Nathan Rusch, Manitowoc.

Marquette -- Sarah Statz, Briggsville.

Oconto -- Lloyd Schaut, Mountain.

Vernon -- Katrina Moore, Hillsboro.

Winnebago -- Aimee Wolfgram, Oshkosh.


Marinette -- Amy Hutson, Peshtigo.


Brown -- Amy Piaget, Green Bay.

Manitowoc -- David Kwitek, Cato.


Racine -- Nicole Kreimer, Racine.

Rock -- Jessica Ahlert, Clinton.


Brown -- Kenneth Mickle, De Pere; and William Babiash, Tyler Beardsley, Sara Behr, and Shannon Lanquist, Green Bay.

Sheboygan -- Angela Daane, Oostburg.

Human Biology

Brown -- Heather Fritsch***, De Pere; and Susan Balthazor, Marnie Behrendt, and Melissa Gaywont*, Green Bay.

Dane -- Michael Eisele, Madison.

Marinette -- Tanya Decamp and David Hult, Marinette.

Milwaukee -- Christine Brown, Franklin.

Outagamie -- Jessica Behling* and Kevin McKee, Appleton.

Taylor -- Laura Conley, Medford.

Waukesha -- Jessica Berkovitz**, Menomonee Falls.

Waupaca -- Alfred Bellile, New London.

Other states -- Nicole Gingue**, New Hampshire.

Human Development

Brown -- Jason Andersen and Kari Hecker, De Pere; and Marni Astin-Jeanquart, Linda Carmody, Rebecca Delsart, Jessica Hoiska, Vicky Lasch, Elizabeth Mantey, Sheila Molzahn, Stephanie Peters, Heather Samuelson, Shawn Schoenfeld, Dawn Spang, Denise Trzebiatowski, and Tammy Van Ess, Green Bay.

Calumet -- Jennifer Long, Menasha; and Sara Kleinhans, New Holstein.

Fond du Lac -- Charlotte Bille, Brandon.

Lincoln -- Jessica Wolf***, Tomahawk.

Manitowoc -- Steven Thiry, Kiel; and Caroline Lemberger, Newton.

Marinette -- Saara Raappana, Marinette; and Amy Hutson, Peshtigo.

Outagamie -- Ann Romberg, Appleton; and Amy Griffin, Kaukauna.

Price -- Melissa Riley, Park Falls.

Shawano -- Sheila Hartleben, Wittenberg.

Sheboygan -- Jennifer Adamavich, Sheboygan.

Vilas -- Chellsea Congdon, Eagle River.

Waukesha -- Kerry Hoops, Brookfield; Kristin Schumann, Sussex; and Lori Johnson, Waukesha.

Waupaca -- Tanya Engel, New London.

Wood -- Melissa Votava, Wisconsin Rapids.

Humanistic Studies

Brown -- Melissa Braun**, Pulaski; and Shannon Lanquist, Rebecca Luedeman, David Nelson, and Natalie Rein, Green Bay.

Marathon -- Sarah Schueller, Wausau.

Outagamie -- Michelle Bondioli, Appleton.

Shawano -- Linda Owen*, Shawano.

Sheboygan -- Angela Daane, Oostburg.

Individual Major

Brown -- Janis Desotelle, Green Bay (Theatre Administration).

Oconto -- John Runge*, Gillett (Political Economy).

Interdisciplinary Studies

Brown -- Kendra Smale*, Green Bay.

Dane -- Gerald Kokkonen, Cambridge.

Vilas -- Patricia Bechtel*, Arbor Vitae.


Brown -- Kevin Rasmussen, Green Bay.


Brown -- Angela Rock, Appleton; Ruth Boettcher, Beth Gering, Laura Horkman, and Patti Runge*, Green Bay; and Suzette Kittelson, Pulaski.

Manitowoc -- Patricia Welnetz, Manitowoc.

Milwaukee -- Therese Schumacher, Shorewood.

Outagamie -- Vicki Huyser-Eatwell, Seymour.

Shawano -- Lori Haganes, Cecil.

Vilas -- Patricia Clothier, Arbor Vitae.

Other states -- Mark Johnson and Kari Luoma, Michigan.

Nutritional Sciences

Manitowoc -- Theresa Zuege-Halvorsen**, Manitowoc; and Angela Berndt, Maribel.

Outagamie -- Dana Bailey, Appleton.


Brown -- Bobby Crouch, Green Bay.

Other states -- Bill Demerath, Arizona.

Political Science

Jefferson -- Andrew Cantrall, Johnson Creek.

Oconto -- John Runge*, Gillett.

Sheboygan -- Jason Messner*, Sheboygan.


Brown -- Marnie Behrendt, Linda Carmody, Kathleen Christianson, Rebecca Delsart, Jessica Hoiska, Elizabeth Mantey, and Dawn Spang, Green Bay; and Melissa Braun**, Pulaski.

Calumet -- Jennifer Long, Menasha.

Door -- Julie Olson, Sturgeon Bay.

Florence -- Johanna Wicklund**, Florence.

Fond du Lac -- David Stetter, Rosendale.

Lincoln -- Jessica Wolf***, Tomahawk.

Manitowoc -- Jon Reisenbuechler** and Theresa Zuege-Halvorsen**, Manitowoc; and Caroline Lemberger, Newton.

Marinette -- Amy Gallardo*, Marinette.

Oconto -- Randy Panzer, Little Suamico; and Steve Ruechel, Oconto.

Outagamie -- Ann Romberg; and Amy Griffin, Kaukauna.

Price -- Melissa Riley, Park Falls.

Shawano -- Sheila Hartleben, Wittenberg.

Waukesha -- Brett Brown and Kerry Hoops, Brookfield.

Waupaca -- Tanya Engel, New London.

Wood -- Melissa Votava, Wisconsin Rapids.

Other states -- Matthew Kirby, Missouri.

Public Administration

Brown -- Debra Schley, De Pere.

Jefferson -- Andrew Cantrall, Johnson Creek.

Lincoln -- Faye Nass, Merrill.

Manitowoc -- Matthew Roberts, Manitowoc.

Marquette -- Becky Bennett, Endeavor.

Milwaukee -- Anna Kettlewell (distinction in the major), Greenfield; and Christine Leffler, Milwaukee.

Oconto -- John Runge*, Gillett.

Outagamie -- Derek Ozburn, Appleton.

Sheboygan -- Gabrielle Le Mieux, Sheboygan.

Washington -- Melissa Piippo, Jackson.

Social Change and Development

Brown -- Julie Bartz, Sara Behr, Sarah Kostreva, Tania Krall, Annette Spakowicz**, Steven Theys*, and Linda Wery, Green Bay; and Julie Hughes, Pulaski.

Iron -- Kelly Peterson, Pence.

Sheboygan -- Robert Horsch, Sheboygan.


Brown -- Carrie Gauthier, Green Bay.

Clark -- Cathy Koncel* (distinction in the major), Dorchester.

Florence -- Johana Wicklund**, Florence.


Oconto -- David Lally, Suring.

Waupaca -- Jason Lienhard, New London.

Urban and Regional Studies

Brown -- Kerri McDermott, Jeffrey Muenkel, and Jennifer Pischke*, Green Bay.

Dodge -- Randal Roethle*, Rubicon.

Door -- Christopher Pagels, Sturgeon Bay.

(99-157 / 8 December 1999 / BBP)

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