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Student Move-in Day needs help

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Decisive step on personnel controversies

Phoenix teams in action

Exhibition finale at Phoenix Field

Extension/Colleges chancellor

UW-M pushes Irish connection

Fort Howard Hall Cabaret

False report

Undergraduate Catalogs available

Teaching Scholars

Ice cream

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Vol. 36, No. 117 / August 23, 2005

The LOG Online e-mail news digest is distributed each week to faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Links are included to more detailed stories at the Marketing and University Communication Web site and to an archive of past issues.

Student Move-in Day needs your help

John Gerow of Residence Life is reminding all faculty and staff of a great opportunity to be of service on move-in day for freshmen, which occurs just prior to the FOCUS Orientation program held each fall. This year, move-in day is Thursday, Sept. 1, from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Says Gerow: "The feedback we receive each year from parents and students is extremely positive, with parents, students, and their families being very appreciative of our help and presence on this important day. Faculty, staff, and student volunteers have found this day to be a rewarding experience, and a change from their normal routines." Please respond by e-mail: (gerowj@uwgb.edu) if interested.

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P.S. You can indicate a preference

John notes that volunteers are needed to assist students in a variety of capacities, including the staffing of information tables, directing traffic, and physically assisting students with move-in. In your message to GerowJ, please indicate your preference for your volunteer assignment, whether:
    Information Tables
    Movers
    Directing Traffic
    Other

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UW System President takes affirmative step on personnel controversies

After a summer of intense scrutiny from media, lawmakers and others, the UW System took a decisive step today to address criticism of its policies and practices. President Kevin Reilly is requesting the nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau to conduct a review of the System's employment practices. It is hoped the rare if not unprecedented move of pro-actively calling for an audit will yield information to complement a Board of Regents review already underway, help clear the air, and strengthen public faith in the System. See the announcement at http://www.wisconsin.edu/news/2005/r050823.htm.

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Must be fall... Phoenix teams are in action

The autumn sports calendar gets started this weekend, more than a week before the start of classes. The women's soccer team opens at Northern Illinois this Friday night (Aug. 26). The volleyball team travels to Chicago for a match vs. Northwestern this Saturday (Aug. 27).

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Technically, exhibition will be 'final match' for Phoenix Field

The UW-Green Bay men's team, still playing exhibitions, hosts small-college foe UW-Oshkosh at 7 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 27) at Phoenix Field. The pitch will remain the same but the name will change when the regular season begins Sept. 3 vs. Eastern Illinois, when Aldo Santaga Stadium is dedicated.

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Public input sought on search for new Extension/Colleges chancellor

The 13 freshman/sophomore campuses of the UW Colleges system, along with UW-Extension, are interested in gathering input from people throughout the state as they embark on the cost-saving measure of hiring one chancellor. Citizens, students, faculty, staff and other stakeholders are invited to make suggestions via email and during two statewide listening sessions on Aug. 30 and Sept. 20. For details, click http://www.wisconsin.edu/uwc-uwex/chancellorsearch/announcements/pulicinput.htm.

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UW-Milwaukee hosts president, pushes Irish connection

The president of Ireland, Mary McAleese, visited Milwaukee and that city's Irish Fest last weekend. She also met with UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Carlos Santiago. UW-M hopes to tap into the secrets of Ireland's recent science/technology transformation to import strategies for Wisconsin. See http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/aug05/349792.asp.

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Fort Howard Hall Cabaret is new attraction for Weidner Center

A three-night stand by the popular Siegel-Schwall Band and a one-night show by rising guitarist Kaki King open the Weidner Center's new Fort Howard Hall Cabaret season in September. The intimate 150-seat cabaret is being booked as a venue with bar service, hot and cold hors d'oeuvres and desserts available throughout the evening. Tickets for the evening Cabaret events are $28, now on sale. Visit http://www.weidnercenter.com for details.

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False assault report yields 100 hours of community service

A student who claimed to have been sexually assaulted on the Arboretum trail near campus housing on March 3, but later recanted her story, has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service. Her apology and the judge's remarks are summarized by the Green Bay Press-Gazette at http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/news/archive/local_22252289.shtml.

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Didn't arrange to pick up your office's Undergraduate Catalogs yet?

If you have already completed that task, don't read this. Or don't click on the following link which reminds campus offices, especially the larger ones, about the need to pick up copies in CL 815. For a reminder, see the following posting from Aug. 4... http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/news/logarchive/logarchive36/2005aug4.htm#catalogs.

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Reminder: Teaching Scholars event is Wednesday at 1:30

"Conversations with Teaching Scholars" is being billed as the perfect way to start the academic year. The program runs from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Wednesday (Aug. 24) in the 1965 Room of the University Union. UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars Cliff Abbott, Scott Furlong, Aeron Haynie, Catherine Henze, Jennifer Mokren, Illene Noppe, Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, Craig Hanke, Scott Ashmann, Bryan Vescio, and David Voelker will share the results of investigations into teaching and learning.

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Reminder: Ice cream at 3:15

The campus ice cream social, a chance to personally welcome newcomers who will be introduced at the Faculty and Staff Convocation earlier in the day, is set for 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Nicolet Room of the Union.

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