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Vol. 01, No. 11, January 13, 2012

Graphic: screen capture of ranking
Top 50:
UW-Green Bay rates high for online ed

The magazine U.S.News & World Report, in its first-ever national guide to online degree programs, places UW-Green Bay No. 41 in the category of “Student Engagement and Assessment.” Pretty impressive. Learn more.
Photo: Green Bay Phoenix Women's Basketball at Madison Women close in on Top 10
The UW-Green Bay women’s team is playing crazy-good basketball. At 14-0, they’re projected for a high seed in the NCAA tournament and currently rank No. 12 in the nation. ESPN.com is singing their praises, as well. Learn more.
Photo: Habitat for Humanity volunteer group Forty-three students, one goal
A sizeable contingent of UW-Green Bay students headed south this winter break, building homes — and memories — with Habitat for Humanity in Slidell, La. They have a terrific message and photo gallery to share. Learn more.
Photo: Chelsea Rouse No. 1 wish comes true
When sophomore Chelsea Rouse entered a contest on a local radio station, she did so with hopes of helping a special child in need of autism therapy. Informed she had won, she cried with joy. You can hear that exchange and learn more about her friend Dylan, age 6. Learn more.
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Community MLK event

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Mid-Year Convocation

Fri, Jan 20
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Don’t — make that DO — heckle the flax

Profs. Alison Gates (Art, Women’s and Gender Studies) and Heidi Sherman (History) joined students and other volunteers this week to take the next steps in the UW-Green Bay flax project. Using plants they grew, harvested and dried this summer, the group worked to break and process the flax (via processes including “scutching” and “heckling”) to prepare it for use. The result was a softer, more pliable fiber.

For photos of the project, click here.

Photo: Processing, UW-Green Bay Flax Project
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