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Vol. 03, No. 14, November 22, 2013

Photo: Prof. Draney with students in biology lab.
Focus on learning:
Video and photos from Invertebrate Biology 353

Occasionally, we find time to meander across campus to look in on learning. Recently, we documented the day's discoveries in Biology 353 (Invertebrate Biology) taught by award-winning Prof. Michael Draney. He and students say there's no substitute for hands-on work. Learn more
Photo: Students with Prof. Holstead who volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay. Psyched about helping kids
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. of Psychology Jenell Holstead (center) is supervising undergrads interning with the Green Bay Schools Title I program, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club. They're working with staff to improve after-school learning opportunities. Learn more
Photo: Holiday parade float being worked on by students and alumni. UW-Green Bay on parade
Volunteers applied the finishing touches today to UWGB's float for the 2013 Green Bay Holiday Parade, Saturday morning, downtown. Learn more
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Photo: Lou LeCalsey seated at his desk. Lou on Lombardi, leaders, U
Lou LeCalsey, the former Marine and retired business exec who heads the UW-Green Bay Foundation and Council of Trustees, is featured on "CW 14 Focus" this Sunday. He talks about leadership, the University, and interviewing for a UW-Green Bay coaching job with Vince Lombardi. Learn more
Nov 22, 23
Avenue Q, The Musical

Sat, Nov 23

Men's hoops vs UMD

Sat, Nov 23
Bob Newhart

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Profs. Garcia, Staudinger
join UW System program

Kwanzaa details

Vocal Jazz goes Motown
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A record night of basketball

The crowd of more than 9,900 was a program record, but there was another, unofficial milestone at last weekend's Phoenix-Badgers game at the Resch Center: Most fans with painted torsos. These 10 green-and-white fanatics claimed a prime spot in the student section with their "Beat Bucky" message.

Photo: Students at Phoenix-Badgers game spelling out Beat Bucky.
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