UW-Green Bay's 20,000th graduate
Commencement student speaker
'Geographic Information' grants
Courses for educators
University Leadership Awards
Phi Kappa Phi initiates
Crandall, Daniels scholarships
New Government and Community Relations Director named
Creative Teaching awards
UW teaching excellence programs
Report on Fox/Wolf basin is Dec 10
Jazz combos perform
Bands concert Dec. 10
Opera Theater scenes recital
Leanne Shaha recognized as UW-Green Bay's 20,000th graduate
GREEN BAY - Recognition of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's 20,000th graduate highlighted UW-Green Bay commencement ceremonies Saturday (Dec. 21) at the University's Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
UW-Green Bay officials took time to acknowledge Leanne Shaha, the University's 20,000th graduate. Shaha, a Spanish and Business Administration major from Luxemburg, graduated Saturday with honors.
Nancy Deprey of Green Bay, UW-Green Bay's first graduate in June 1970, joined Shaha on the Weidner Center stage during the ceremony.
"Twenty thousand graduates serving our state, our nation and our world is a great milestone for our University and for the region we serve," UW-Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard said.
UW-Green Bay, founded on the nucleus of a two-year UW Center, began offering classes as a four-year institution in fall 1968. The first commencement in 1970 marked the end of the first academic year on the University's campus on Nicolet Drive.
Deprey presented Shaha with a gift packet from the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association. The packet contained various mementos, including UW-Green Bay apparel and tickets to Phoenix basketball games and Weidner Center events.
Chancellor Shepard then gave Shaha a bowl handcrafted from a piece of the old UW-Green Bay "Shoe Tree."
The Shoe Tree, one of UW-Green Bay's most enduring traditions, blew over in a windstorm in July. Graduating seniors would toss shoes - often with parting messages written on them - onto the branches of the 60-foot oak near the student residence halls. To continue the tradition, a new Shoe Tree was selected after the original went down.
The Chancellor, a woodworker in his spare time, made the bowl from a piece of the old tree he saved and stored in his garage.
"Whether you are No. 20,000 or 19,999 or 20,001, we hand to each of you a piece of our proud tradition, the uniquely UWGB approach to higher education that is now an inseparable part of you, knowing that you will apply that gift to special purposes, " Shepard said.
Three hundred fifty students were eligible to receive diplomas in the UW-Green Bay commencement ceremonies Saturday.
Other commencement highlights:
Student commencement speaker Cherry Pfau told the graduates that their education has given them the discipline and courage to make learning a lifelong process. She urged them to use their education to improve the lives of others.
Pfau traveled 1,400 miles from Land O' Lakes, Fla., to visit the campus for the first time this weekend. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree through UW-Green Bay's national online nursing program. Prior to Saturday, Pfau's view of the campus had been through a 14-inch computer screen, she said.
In his entertaining and often lighthearted commencement address, UW Regent Roger Axtell said the graduates are part of the "first truly global generation."
Axtell, well-known for his international travel expertise, said Americans tend to think the world revolves around the United States. He said Americans must learn to adapt to, be aware of and be respectful of other cultures.
With the assistance of Prof. William Laatsch and the audience, Axtell demonstrated ways in which people greet each other in various countries. He explained how the greetings often are interpreted much differently than Americans would interpret them.
"But once you break through that thin layer at the top, you'll find that people around the world are more alike than they are unlike," he said.
Axtell worked for 30 years for The Parker Pen Co., retiring as vice president, worldwide marketing. He also is well-known as the author of nine books.
Outstanding Student Awards were presented to Stacy Blavat of Green Bay and Kimberly Kargus of Oshkosh. Blavat, a Communication Processes major, has studied in England and Germany, is an advocate for international education, and founded the Study Abroad Alumni Club. Kargus, a Math major with minors in Music and Secondary Education, was co-founder of the UW-Green Bay Math Club among other activities.
Sheila Garrigan of Green Bay became the first UW-Green Bay graduate through a credit-transfer agreement with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. Garrigan studied Corrections Science at NWTC and transferred to UW-Green Bay. The agreement between the two institutions enabled her to apply credits earned at the technical college toward a bachelor's degree at the University.
(02-247 / 21 December 2002 / SH)
News from UW Learning Innovations:
Virtual UW nursing student to present UW-Green Bay commencement address
GREEN BAY - This week when Cherry Pfau sets foot on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus for the first time, it will be a momentous occasion. Not only will the registered nurse from Land O' Lakes, Fla. receive her bachelor's degree in nursing, but she also will be the featured student speaker at the University's graduation ceremony.
On Saturday (Dec. 21), Pfau will receive her degree with her fellow classmates at UW-Green Bay-with one key difference. She completed her degree over the Internet from her home in Florida.
Pfau, who has been a registered nurse for 30 years, is graduating from the national BSN-LINC program, an interactive, online degree completion program offered through a collaboration among the five UW Schools of Nursing and UW Learning Innovations (UWLI). The program is led by UW-Green Bay.
The BSN-LINC program is delivered almost entirely online and is offered to registered nurses with an associate degree or diploma. Because it is offered online, BSN-LINC allows students to complete their course work at times and locations that are convenient to them.
This was very important to Pfau, who had intended to go back to school for her bachelor's degree for many years but could never manage to fit traditional classes into her work and family schedule. When she first heard about the BSN-LINC program at a national nursing conference, she thought it would be the perfect program for her.
"I researched several other online programs, but most were not (National League for Nursing) accredited or backed by a major university system," Pfau said. "The BSN-LINC program was both- and it was flexible enough to allow me to continue my full-time employment. It has been a challenging, but very rewarding experience. My new knowledge has already been a benefit to me in my current work as an education manager for a large elder-care company. I tell all the other nurses I meet about how great this program is for working nurses. I will be very proud to become an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay nursing program."
Pfau enrolled in the BSN-LINC program in the fall of 2000, when the program first went live. Currently, the program has about 125 students enrolled from 30 states and two foreign countries. The first two graduates completed the program in May of 2002. Pfau is one of five BSN-LINC graduates this semester. She will be joined at the Green Bay ceremony by Patricia Jones of Ohio.
According to Jane Muhl, Ph.D, R.N., Interim Dean of Professional Studies and Outreach at UW-Green Bay, the program's flexibility and accessibility make it popular with adult students like Pfau. While the individual courses have deadlines and assignments just like traditional on-campus courses, BSN-LINC allows learners to go to class at any time of day through the Internet. Muhl also praises the program's advisor, Kathy Altergott, with making a big difference in the students' lives and says the collaborative spirit of the program makes it special.
"Even though this technically is UW-Green Bay's program, it's a collaborative effort," Muhl said. "We enjoy the experience of the faculty of UW-Madison, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Eau Claire and the UW Colleges. BSN-LINC is truly a Wisconsin product. Without the participation of our sister institutions, UW-Extension and UW-Learning Innovations- without all of us together- we couldn't do it."
So, what is Pfau looking forward to most as she prepares to leave her Florida home to visit Wisconsin in December? "I am really, really looking forward to actually seeing the campus and meeting some of my professors in person," Pfau said. "Everyone here in Florida thinks I am crazy for going to Green Bay in December, but I am really looking forward to the trip. My mother is the only one brave enough to come with me."
The UW-Green Bay commencement will be held at noon Saturday at the University's Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
For more information, contact:
Scott Hildebrand, UW-Green Bay, (920) 465-2526, email@example.com
Amy Pikalek, UW Learning Innovations, (608) 262-6660, firstname.lastname@example.org
(BSN-LINC stands for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing-Learning Innovations Nursing Center. It is a collaboration for the five UW schools of nursing UW-Eau Claire, UW-Green Bay, UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee, UW-Oshkosh and the University of Wisconsin Learning Innovations. For more information, see www.bsn-linc.wisconsin.edu)
(02-246 / 19 December 2002 / SH)
UW-Green Bay students win 'Geographic Information' grants
GREEN BAY-Two students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been selected to receive grants of $1,000 each from the International Geographic Information Foundation (IGIF), an organization that seeks "to advance the understanding and use of spatial data for the betterment of humankind and the effective operation of public and private organizations."
The recipients are Ashley Booth, Glenwood City, who graduated on Saturday, Dec. 21 with a degree in Urban and Regional Studies, and Ben LaCount, Shawano, a junior who is completing majors in Environmental Policy and Planning and Earth Science.
Prof. Bill Niedzwiedz, Public and Environmental Affairs, says the president of IGIF sought him out and invited him to choose two UW-Green Bay students for the awards. Recipients can use the money for educational costs, or to attend the annual Geospatial Information and Technology Association conference in March 2003 in San Antonio.
Booth won a UW-Green Bay Cofrin Arboretum Student Research Grant for 2002, and used the grant to carry out a feasibility study on the possibility of creating an environmental corridor linking nearby Hutchison Bog to the Cofrin Arboretum on campus. LaCount's applied experience has included working with Prof. Niedzwiedz on a geographic information systems project for the annual Bellin Run sponsored by Bellin Hospital in Green Bay.
(02-245 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay students selected for theater competition
GREEN BAY-A student stage manager and six student actors at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have been nominated to compete at the regional American College Theater Festival (ACTF) Jan. 8-11, 2003, in Evansville, Ind.
Beth Noonkester, Cedarburg, is among six student stage managers from throughout the region selected to serve as stage manager for one of the entries in a festival of 10-minute plays written by students. One of the six competitors will be invited to the national ACTF festival in Washington, D.C. in the spring. Noonkester was chosen by an independent respondent for her stage managing work in the UW-Green Bay production of "Our Town" in October.
Student actors nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship competition, and the UW-Green Bay productions that resulted in their selection are:
Andrea Dahlke, Wausau, ("Smash," "The Liar," "Dames at Sea"); Todd Dively, Taylorville, Ill., ("Smash"); Sunam Ellis, Appleton, ("The Liar," "Our Town"); Steven Marzolf, Green Bay, ("Dames at Sea"); Terra Schultz, Withee, ("Our Town"); and Dan Van Dellen, Wausau, ("The Liar").
Some participants in the regional level acting competition are selected to advance in the scholarship competition and to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington. 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.
(02-244 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
New courses among UW-Green Bay offerings for educators
GREEN BAY-Five entirely new courses are among 23 offered for educators in winter and spring 2003 by the Office of Outreach and Extension at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Most courses are available for graduate-level credit.
One new course, Exploring the Solar System, will be offered entirely online. Other new offerings include Weather in the Classroom, Strategic Reading, Cultural Dimensions of Human Relations: A Global Perspective, and Curriculum Mapping.
Enrollment in most courses is limited, so registration two weeks before the start of classes is recommended. For detailed information and registration materials, the numbers are (920) 465-2480 or (800) 892-2118. Information and registration also are available on-line at www.uwgb.edu/outreach/educ.
Here's the list of winter-spring credit courses (graduate-level credits unless otherwise indicated)
Beginning in January:
Active Learning Strategies, Saturdays, Jan. 4, 18; Feb. 1, 15;
Friday, Feb. 28; Saturday, March 1, Thorp Elementary School.
Active Learning Strategies and Basic Active Learning Strategies.
Four options, all at Algoma High School. Option 1, one undergraduate credit,
or Option 2, one graduate credit, Saturdays Jan. 11, 25; or Option 3,
three undergraduate credits, or Option 4, three graduate credits, Saturdays,
Jan. 11, 25; Feb. 8, 22; Friday, March 7; Saturday, March 8.
Infusing Technology Into the Curriculum, Tuesdays and Thursday,
Jan. 14, 16, 21, New Holstein High School.
Unit Design, Tuesdays and Saturdays Jan. 14, 21, 25, 28; Feb.
4, 8, 11, 18, 22; March 18, De Pere Unified School District.
Strategic Reading (new), Tuesdays, Jan. 21, 28; Feb. 4, 18; March
4, 18; April 8, 22; May 6, 13, 20; June 3, Howard-Suamico School District.
Exploring the Solar System (new), online course begins Jan. 21
and ends May 15. For information, email@example.com.
Beginning in February:
Weather in the Classroom (new), Tuesdays, Feb. 11, 18, 25; March
4, 11, 18; April 1, 8, 29; May 6, Green Bay area.
Differentiating Instruction to Meet the Needs of Gifted Students,
Tuesdays, Feb. 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18; April 1, 8, 15, 29; May 6,
13, Green Bay Public Schools' Central Office.
Bowen Family Systems Theory: Concepts and Applications, Wednesdays,
Feb. 12, 19, 26; March 5, 12, 19; April 2, 9, 30; May 7, De Pere Middle
Cultural Dimensions of Human Relations: A Global Perspective (new),
Fridays and Saturdays Feb. 14, 15; March 7, 8; April 4, 5; May 2, 3, Northeast
Wisconsin Technical College.
Personalized Learning, Fridays and Saturdays Feb. 14, 15, 28; March
1, 21, 22; Wednesdays April 2, 9, 30, Chilton Middle School.
Conflict Resolution, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21, 22, CESA 7 Office,
Powerful Performance Assessments, Thursdays and Saturdays, Feb.
27; March 8, 13, 20, Monday, March 31; Saturday, April 5, Green Bay Area
Powerpoint: Present With Pizzazz, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28
and March 1, De Pere High School.
Beginning in February or March:
Spanish for Educators I, Option 1, Wednesdays, Feb. 12, 19, 26;
March 5, 12, 19; April 2, 9, Preble High School, Green Bay; Option 2,
Thursdays, March 27; April 3, 10, 24; May 1, 8, 15, 22, Sheboygan School
Beginning in March:
Dimensions of Learning, Saturdays, March 1, 15, CESA 7 Office,
Electronic Portfolios: Powerful Professional Improvement Tool,
Fridays and Saturdays, March 7, 8; April 11, 12, Fox Valley Technical
Internet I for Teachers, Friday and Saturday, March 21, 22, Mishicot
Beginning in April:
Internet II for Teachers, Friday and Saturday, April 4, 5, Mishicot
A Practical Approach to Classroom Assessment, Fridays and Saturdays,
April 4, 5, 11, 12; May 2, 3, De Pere Unified School District.
Curriculum Mapping (new), Thursdays and Monday, April 24, 28; May
1, Green Bay Public Schools' Central Office.
Beginning in May:
Adaptations and Co-Teaching: Working Toward Classroom Success for
All Learners, Mondays and Thursday, May 5, 8, 19, Green Bay Public
Schools' Central Office.
(02-243 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay honors 47 with service awards
GREEN BAY -- Forty-seven members of the faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay were honored for years of service to the institution in ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 13. Human Resources director Mary Fischer presided over the event.
Prof. Ismail Shariff, an economist who teaches in the Urban and Regional Studies academic unit, received the single award for 35 years of service.
A dozen faculty and staff members received awards for 30 years of service. They are:
Ronald K. Baba, Mary K. Baranek, Dolores K. Brault, Arthur W. Cornelius, Diane L. Eastman, Fergus P. Hughes, Sandra A. Johnson, John D. Killinger, Patricia A. Przybelski, Marie E. Stephenson, Pamela M. Suster, and Joan E. Thron.
Receiving awards for 25 years of service were:
William C. Conley, Sharon M. Dimmer, Thomas C. Erdman, Duane K. Kelsey, Michael E. Kraft, Dennis R. Nellis, Ron R. Ronnenberg, and Elaine E. Siegenthaler.
Plaques for 20 years of service went to:
Carol A. Brabant, Roseanne M. Buttke, Marie S. Helmke Lyon, Pamela J. Kohlmeyer, Sylvia M. Kubsch, Timothy P. Meyer, and Keith W. Rosin.
Six received 15-year awards:
Gregory J. Davis, Laura J. Gonnering, Warren J. Johnson, Rosalie A. Kinjerski, Karen M. Sevick, and Christine L. Style.
Ten-year service awards went to:
Shirley R. Bubolz, Cheryl A. Busuttil, Frances A. Carman, Yarvelle T. Draper-King, Tracy L. Luchetta, John M. Lyon, Jill M. Nellis, Vicki L. Nellis, Brock A. Neverman, Denise L. Scheberle, Brian J. Stahlkopf, Brian W. Sutton, and James E. Valentine.
(02-242 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
Six at UW-Green Bay win Chancellor's Medallions
GREEN BAY -- Six students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay received Chancellor's Medallions in ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 20.
The awards, given at the end of each semester, recognize academic achievement and leadership demonstrated through campus and community involvement. Recipients are chosen by a committee of faculty, staff and students, based on nominations.
Fall 2002 recipients are:
Oconto Falls-Erika Sisel; Oshkosh-Kimberly Kargus; Portage-Lindsey Baldwin; Wausau-Katie Wieselman; Brooklyn Park, Minn.-Louna Moua; Mount Prospect, Ill.-Cari Theodosakis.
(02-241 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay announces leadership awards
GREEN BAY -- Ten students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay received University Leadership Awards in ceremonies on Dec. 20. The awards, made at the end of each semester, recognize leadership qualities demonstrated on campus and in the community.
Recipients are selected by a faculty, staff and student committee, based on nominations.
Fall semester 2002 recipients are:
Aniwa-Heather Chrudimsky; Crivitz-Kenneth Zorn Jr.; Green Bay-Stacy Blavat; Hilbert-Jill Wunrow; Madison-Leslie Williamson; Manitowoc-Lisa Longhini; Milwaukee-Joanelle Jackson; Marquette, Mich.-Kaye-Lani Laughna; Oviedo, Fla.-Robert Szelc; Hartford, S.D.-Shauna Bloom.
(02-240 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
National honorary taps 105 at UW-Green Bay
GREEN BAY-Four faculty members and 101 students and recent graduates have been initiated into the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, a national honorary society that recognizes outstanding achievement in all disciplines.
New faculty initiates are Carol Blackshire-Belay, dean of liberal arts and sciences; Kumar Kangayappan, professor of Urban and Regional Studies; Thomas Nesslein, associate professor of Urban and Regional Studies; and Brian Merkel, assistant professor of Human Biology.
UW-Green Bay organized a chapter of the 105-year-old organization in 1997.
Student and recent graduates who are new members include:
Don Abel, Jr., Sarah Altmann Johnson, Marilyn Antkowiak, William Bake, Paul Belanger, Lisa Bretl, Gloria Buckarma, Geralyn Draz, William Drew, Yves Dumoulin, Nicole Elfe, Kelley House, Robert Hoyer, Karen M. Johnson, Laura Knaack, Amanda Malueg, Jill Mulroy, Barbi Nicklas, Judy O'Shaughnessy, Heather Oleyniczak, Danica Oudeans, Marcus Reitz, Roseanne Swallow, Don Tepsa.
Amberg-Debbie Fick, Appleton-Lisa Barker, Kathryn Kempfert,
Deanna Kratzke, Susan Lehner, Jennifer Loomis, John Williams, Beaver Dam-Natalie
Otto, Birnamwood-Jessica Rew, Burlington-Christine Fanning, Casco-Jamie
Oerichbauer, Cedar Grove-Pam Ter Maat, Cedarburg-Linda Mason, Coleman-Tina
Seewald, Crivitz-Roman Miller, DePere-Kathy Groves, Lisa Rowe, Mary Wright.
Eau Claire-Emily Barnes, Eden-Sara Miller, Elkhorn-Rebecca Sharpe, Fond
du Lac-Jerome Allen, Heather Zick, Fox Lake-Crystal Helmer, Glen Flora-Rachel
Galetka, Grafton-Russell Tillmann, Hartland-Edward Hoover, Hortonville-Klint
Kaddatz, Howards Grove-Kristy Pahl, Kaukauna-Jennifer Kubat, Daniel Lundstrom,
Nicole Meulemans, Rebecca Ronk, Kewaunee-Erika Sisel, Kewaskum-Sarah Pollpeter,
Madison-Leslie Williamson, Manitowoc-Bradley Ebert,
Lisa Longhini, Stacy Schema, Marathon-Lisa Logsdon, Marinette-Kelly Gruszynski,
Jeremy Lancour, Jennifer Langill, Marshfield-Mary Bargander, Medford-Sarah
Wiinamaki, Menasha-Brian Berggren, Mount Calvary-Crystal Roitt, New Holstein-Heather
Ninmer, Oconto-Leslie Duaime, Oneida-Jeri Thiem, Portage-Lindsey Baldwin,
Random Lake-Michael Sinnen, Adam Thill, Reeseville-Angela Sette, Rhinelander-Robert
Shawano-Kelly Lamkin, Sheboygan-Kristin Anderson, Chad Isken,
Ryan Menzer, Spencer-Chad Griepentrog, Sturgeon Bay-Elizabeth Rockendorf,
Two Rivers-Chad Jacquette, Watertown-Amber Bartels, Waukesha-Anne Rowe,
Wausau-Michael Cepress, Wausaukee-Beth Meyers, Susanne Tuttle, West Bend-Casey
Rohrick, Wittenberg-Andrew Long.
California-Meela Geus, San Marino; Illinois-Cari
Theodosakis, Mt. Prospect; Michigan-Margaret Schroud, Menominee; Minnesota-Tim
Yue, Deephaven; Adam Hatfield, Winona; Pennsylvania-Linda Kilgannon, Norristown;
South Dakota-Shauna Bloom, Hartford.
(02-239 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay Crandall, Daniels scholarship winners announced
GREEN BAY-Four students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have won scholarships honoring founding faculty members at the University.
Cassandra Mahder, Little Chute, and Jennifer Loomis, Appleton, each received two awards: the Coryl Crandall Memorial Scholarship and the Thomas E. Daniels Memorial Scholarship. Both students are English majors.
Rebecca S. Johnson, Green Bay, who is completing majors in Spanish and Elementary Education, and Michael Cepress, Wausau, whose major is Art, received Coryl Crandall Memorial Scholarships.
Crandall and Daniels joined the faculty in 1968, the University's first year as a four-year institution. Both taught in the humanities and literature programs.
(02-238 / 18 December 2002 / VCD)
Spielmann named Government and Community Relations Director at UW-Green Bay
GREEN BAY -_ Daniel Spielmann, athletics director at Northern Michigan University since August 2000, is returning to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay as its Director of Government and Community Relations.
Spielmann spent 24 years at UW-Green Bay in a variety of administrative positions, including acting associate chancellor, athletics director, chief of staff, University counsel and legislative liaison.
In his new position, Spielmann will work with the community at large and government officials to enhance UW-Green Bay's ability to serve the community and state.
Spielmann officially begins his duties Jan. 13. The position's duties previously were held primarily by Jeanne Stangel, who left UW-Green Bay for a job in the private sector.
Charles Wilson, UW-Green Bay Assistant Chancellor for University Advancement, said he is pleased to have someone of Spielmann's experience and dedication serve the University in this important position.
"Chancellor Bruce Shepard is dedicated to insuring that UW-Green Bay effectively serves Northeastern Wisconsin," Wilson said. "Dan's efforts will help the University build on our progress in providing outstanding service to the region."
Spielmann said he is enthusiastic about his new opportunity at UW-Green Bay.
"I'm very excited and happy to be returning to UW-Green Bay," he said. "I'm looking forward to the challenge and the opportunity to help advance the University."
At Northern Michigan, Spielmann has led an athletic department consisting of 13 sports. He helped balance the department's budget, improve graduation rates of student-athletes and increase private donations to athletics programs.
During his earlier tenure at UW-Green Bay, Spielmann had a wide range of responsibilities. He worked with the state Legislature and other government agencies and provided legal representation to the campus community. As UW-Green Bay athletics director from 1985 to 1994, he provided leadership for the athletic program as it grew from seven to 15 sports.
Spielmann has a law degree and a bachelor's degree in political science from UW-Madison.
He and his wife, Elizabeth, have two sons.
(02-237 / 16 December 2002 / SH)
Regents grant sabbaticals to three at UW-Green Bay
GREEN BAY -- The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents at their December meeting approved sabbatical leaves for three University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty members.
Mark Everingham, associate professor of Social Change and Development and political science; Tian-you Hu, associate professor of Natural and Applied Sciences and mathematics; and Dennis Lorenz, associate professor of Human Development and psychology, were granted sabbaticals for 2003-2004.
Sabbatical leaves provide reassignment from classroom duties to allow for research and other activities to help faculty members improve teaching.
(02-236 / 11 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay faculty win 'Creative Teaching' awards
GREEN BAY -- Three members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty have been awarded "Creative Approaches to Teaching" awards for fall semester 2002.
The awards went to Illene Noppe, professor of Human Development; Alison Gates, assistant professor of Communication and the Arts; and Joy Benson, assistant professor of Business Administration. The awards, given by the Faculty Development Council, recognize specific teaching strategies. Recipients win a certificate and a $100 honorarium.
Noppe was cited for designating one weekly class day as a "symposium day" in which students take the lead in answering critical questions. Gates, who teaches art, uses a multi-media strategy to help students get project ideas: Students read a novel, watch a film adaptation of the same novel, and then make a work of art based on anything from the novel. Benson uses representative pictures and rhymes to help students recall concepts.
(02-235 / 11 December 2002 / VCD)
Two at UW-Green Bay selected for UW teaching excellence programs
GREEN BAY-Two members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty will participate during academic 2003-2004 in University of Wisconsin System programs to help excellent teachers hone their skills.
Andrew Fiala, assistant professor of Humanistic Studies and philosophy, was chosen for the Wisconsin Teaching Fellows Program which is designed to help untenured teachers with no more than six years of full-time college teaching experience develop as college teachers and as scholars of teaching and learning.
Denise Scheberle, professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, was selected for the Wisconsin Teaching Scholars Program aimed at giving mid-career teachers opportunities to consider their own teaching and their students' learning.
Each program, sponsored by the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development, accepts one faculty member per UW institution per year.
(02-234 / 11 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay will honor 20,000th graduate in Dec. 21 commencement ceremony
GREEN BAY-Three hundred fifty students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay are eligible to receive diplomas in commencement ceremonies at noon Saturday, Dec. 21 in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Dr.
Chancellor Bruce Shepard will preside over the event.
The University will acknowledge its 20,000th graduate during the ceremony. The University's first graduates, 78 of them, received diplomas on June 1, 1970. UW-Green Bay, founded on the nucleus of a two-year UW Center, offered classes as a four-year institution beginning in fall 1968, and the first commencement marked the end of the new University's first academic year of residence on its brand-new campus on Nicolet Dr.
There will be a pause in the Dec. 21 ceremony to mark the occasion when the 20,000th graduate takes the stage.
Roger Axtell, a member of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, will be the commencement speaker. Axtell worked 30 years for The Parker Pen Co., retiring as vice president, worldwide marketing. Today, he is known as the author of nine books-two of which have been best sellers-and for his international travel expertise.
Axtell writes and speaks on business, travel, customs, etiquette, gestures, humor, English language use, and behavior around the world. Because of his "Dos and Taboos" series of books, "World Trade" magazine named Axtell one of the 25 most influential people in international trade. "The New Yorker" magazine has dubbed him "an international Emily Post."
The student speaker will be a graduate whose first visit to the UW-Green Bay campus will come two days before the commencement ceremony. Cherry Pfau, Land O' Lakes, Fla., will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree which she earned through UW-Green Bay's national on-line nursing program (BSN-LINC).
A registered nurse since 1972, family priorities prevented Pfau from completing the B.S.N. degree she desired until now. She began UW-Green Bay studies in fall 2000, as one of the first to enter the national program. Pfau completed all of her nursing, support, and general education courses on-line, and earned a nearly perfect grade point average. She is graduating with highest honors.
The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association chose two students to receive Outstanding Student Awards. Stacy Blavat, Green Bay, and Kimberly Kargus, Oshkosh, are both graduating with cum laude honors. Alumni Association President Suzanne Pedersen will present the awards.
Blavat, who has studied in England and Germany, is an advocate for international education, and founded and served as co-president of the Study Abroad Alumni Club. She was an intern in the Office of International Education where she coordinated and initiated several projects. Blavat earned a major in Communication Processes.
Kargus was co-founder of the new UW-Green Bay Math Club, and originated a Birthday Club, which enables parents to have "treats" delivered to student sons and daughters, and also serves as a fund-raiser for a needy family. A Math major with minors in Music and Secondary Education, Kargus was active in Student Wisconsin Education Association, served as a Peer Educator, and sang in the Concert Choir.
Also during the ceremony, retiring professor Joseph A. Mannino will be awarded the title Professor Emeritus of Human Biology. Mannino, who also taught in the anthropology discipline, joined the faculty in 1980.
(02-233 / 11 December 2002 / VCD)
Fox/Wolf environmental indicators report is Dec. 10
GREEN BAY -- A report on what indicators should be used to assess the environmental status of the Fox and Wolf River basins will be made at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 in room 204 of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The session is free and open to the public.
The study, "States of the Fox/Wolf Basin: Assessing Environmental Indicators," was prepared for the Fox/Wolf Watershed Alliance, Inc., by 15 graduate students enrolled in the capstone seminar of the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program at UW-Green Bay.
The students sought answers to two questions: What do we know about the environmental states of the Fox/Wolf River Basin? What do we need to learn to better assess the environment of the basin?
The seminar is co-taught by Troy Abel, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Ron Stieglitz, professor of Natural and Applied Sciences.
Abel says the students analyzed quantities of research from the Department of Natural Resources and other agencies and organizations to arrive at an assessment of what indicators should determine the environmental status of the watershed basin. "This work will evolve over time," notes Abel. "This is essentially a first cut.'
The seminar course, for students who are nearing completion of their studies, requires students with different training and interests to focus on environmental issues of local communities. Previous seminar projects have included studying growth and land use in the Village of Howard, helping the Brussels Town Planning Committee develop a comprehensive plan, and investigating water supply issues in Brown County.
The Dec. 10 public presentation is sponsored by the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program at UW-Green Bay and the Fox/Wolf Watershed Alliance, Inc. A reception will follow the presentation. The number for information is (920) 465-2123
(02-232 / 6 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay jazz combos to play at IQ's
GREEN BAY -- Two University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student combos and a faculty combo will perform a mix of jazz standards and original student and faculty compositions beginning at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12 at IQ's, 2105 University Ave.
Members of the group calling itself the Monday Combo are Casey Early-Krueger, tenor saxophone; Ryan Sette, guitar; George Ohm, piano; Solomon Ayres, drums; and Mike Ritter, bass.
The Wednesday Combo includes Rod Israeli, saxophone; Ricardo Vogt, guitar; and Andy Korth, bass, with Prof. Tom Pfotenhauer, combos director, sitting in on trumpet.
Faculty Combo members are John Salerno, saxophone and flute; Pfotenhauer, trumpet; Stefan Hall and Bob Balsley, guitar; Terry O'Grady, vibes; Chris Salerno, piano; alumnus Terry Iattoni, drums; and Craig Hanke, bass.
Admission is free.
(02-231 / 5 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay bands will perform
on Dec. 10
GREEN BAY -- The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Wind Ensemble and the Symphonic Band will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Dr.
Prof. Kevin Collins, director of bands, directs the Wind Ensemble, and Lecturer Rebecca Tout directs the Symphonic Band.
Tout also will be the clarinet soloist with the Wind Ensemble in Rossini's Introduction, Theme and Variations, an extended virtuoso piece for clarinet and wind ensemble.
The Wind Ensemble also will perform a concert suite from Prokofiev's music for the ballet, "Romeo and Juliet," arranged by Jan De Meig, and a wind ensemble arrangement of the Bach organ prelude, "Fervent is My Longing."
Tout will direct the Symphonic Band in two Percy Grainger compositions, "Australian Up-Country Tune," and "Handel in the Strand." They'll also perform "Chorale and Shaker Dance," by John Zdechlik, and John Paulson's "Epinicion."
The performance is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.
Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students. The numbers for tickets are (920) 465-2217 or (800) 328-8587.
(02-230 / 3 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay Opera Theater schedules scenes recital
GREEN BAY -- The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Opera Theater will present a recital of scenes at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8, and 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Dr.
Prof. Sarah Meredith directs the Opera Theater.
The entire one-act opera, "Sweet Betsy From Pike," by Marc Bucci, will be featured. The humorous opera is based on the popular American folk song of the same title. Jessica Heller will sing the role of Betsy on Dec. 8, and Christine Everson will perform it on Dec. 9. Ike will be portrayed by Caskey Hunsader on Dec. 8, and by David Robertson on Dec. 9. Kelly Shoemaker will be the Narrator on Dec. 8, and Kati Covi will take the role on Dec. 9. Student Sarah Zickert will be the piano accompanist for both performances. Prof. John Mariano was the advising director for the production. "Sweet Betsy From Pike" first premiered in New York in 1953.
Scenes from three other 20th century American operas will be presented. UW-Green Bay alumna Janet Osterberg will be the accompanist, and Jeanellyn Schwarzenbach was the advising director.
Act II, Scene V, of "The Ballad of Baby Doe" by Doug Moore will feature Gabrielle Hansen, Melissa Staley, Sarah Skidmore, and Christine Everson as four friends, and a guest artist as Augusta. The cast will be the same for both performances.
In a scene from "Little Red Riding Hood" by Seymour Barab, Skidmore will sing the Grandmother, and Richard Perry will portray the Wolf. Hansen will be Little Red Riding Hood on Dec. 8, and Staley on Dec. 9.
The scene from Kurt Weill's "Down in the Valley" will feature Perry as Brack Weaver, and, in the role of Jennie Parsons, Hansen on Dec. 8, and Staley on Dec. 9.
The performance is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. The numbers for tickets are (920) 465-2217 or (800) 328-8587.
(02-229 / 3 December 2002 / VCD)
UW-Green Bay announces December graduates
GREEN BAY - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 21, 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 Administrative Science
Frieda Clary, Robert Grothman,
and Jason Helgeson, Green Bay; and Jacqueline Smith, Pulaski.
Master of Environmental Science and Policy
Brennan Haworth and
Russell Japuntich, Green Bay; and Shashi Yadav, Madison.
Brown -- Ramona Buresh*, Crystal Secrest, and Kenneth
Zorn, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Michelle Budysz, Manitowoc.
Oconto -- Amanda
Outagamie -- Karie Meulemans, Kaukauna.
Shawano -- Cassidy
Bayfield -- Erika Sonesen, Cable.
Brown -- Melissa Dahl,
Jennifer Rhode, and Amie Sell, Green Bay.
Outagamie -- Nicholas Voigt,
Shawano -- Kimberly Haffner, Gresham.
Taylor -- Miia Podolak,
Winnebago -- Wendy Miller, Neenah.
Brown - Stacey Drosner,
Rebecca Radtke, Bryan Remondini, and Kathleen Weyker, Green Bay.
-- Ryan Fischer, Colby.
Door -- Robin Voigt*, Brussels.
Kewaunee -- Erika
Manitowoc -- Tracy Valenta*, Maribel.
Marathon -- Katie
Outagamie -- Scott LeGault and Matthew Rhoades, Appleton.
Ozaukee -- Elizabeth Thiermann, Grafton.
Racine -- Andrew Hinickle, Racine.
Sheboygan -- Kelly Harp, Sheboygan.
Washington -- Sean O'Brien, Hartford.
Other states -- Tia Buscher, Menominee, Michigan.
Other countries -- Anna
Brown - Ryan Dekker, Amy Melcher**, and Jacob Verdegan,
De Pere; Joey Bertler, Adam DeKeyser, Candice Heins, Jason Jarmuskiewicz,
Patrick Krueger*, Jeremy Langenberg, Julie Perkofski, Ryan Rasner, Sarah
Renier, Linda Schlag, Lisa Schuch, Leanne Shaha**, Nicole Simpson, Rebecca
Soenksen*, Jed Summers, Robert Szelc, Nathan Thomson, Tricia Tilkens,
Kattie Wilson, and Jason Wozniak, Green Bay; and Kimberly Caldie and Adam
Kozlowski, New Franken.
Dodge -- Joel Heintz, Mayville.
Door -- Alan Duessler,
Fond du Lac -- Jonathan Leonard, Waupun.
Kewaunee -- Jason
DeGrave and April Fameree, Casco; Jennifer Yanda, Denmark; and Michelle
Manitowoc -- Joseph Rappel, Manitowoc; and Aksel Schnell,
Marinette -- Tiffany Kramer, Marinette.
Milwaukee -- Corey
Oconto -- Renee Hendricks, Abrams; and Rebecca Schlueter,
Outagamie -- Todd Andrus, Richard Getsfried, and Andrew Nagan,
Appleton; Klint Kaddatz***, Hortonville; Karie Meulemans, Kaukauna; and
Brian Krabbe, Seymour.
Ozaukee -- Carrie Jelinek, Mequon.
Shawano -- Nike
Nickel*, Clintonville; Gaynelle Hawpetoss, Keshena; and Molly McKeefry,
Sheboygan -- Jeffrey Smith, Elkhart Lake; and Kyle Kuznacic*,
Washington -- Scott Schmitt, Hartford; and Lisa Kutz, West
Waukesha -- Brian Romportl, Hartland; and Jessica Thomas, Waukesha.
Other states -- Katharine Granucci, Hoffman Estates, Illinois; Cristina
Roeske, Rockton, Illinois; Kristin Parrett, Stephenson, Michigan; and
Myranda Thate* (distinction in the major), Fairmont, Minnesota.
countries -- Hiroko Takahashi, Japan.
Brown - Nicholas Nuthals,
Other countries -- Anna Malovannaya***, Ukraine.
Communication and the Arts
Brown - Nicole Edwards, Green Bay.
Dodge -- Shanna Puls,
Fond du Lac -- Alissa Kaull, Fond du Lac.
Oconto -- Jill Raisleger,
Outagamie -- Kara Bunker, Appleton.
Sheboygan -- Sarah Schram,
Brown - Stacy Blavat, Heather Chrudimsky,
Sarah Gauthier, Sara Haemker, Tina Puro-Douglas, Matthew Swiatnicki, Michael
Zalubowski, and Matthew Zimmerman, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Jill Wunrow,
Fond du Lac -- Hollie Seibel, Mount Calvary; and Timothy Romanek,
Jefferson -- Erica Konkol, Sullivan.
Manitowoc -- Lisa Longhini*,
Marinette -- Lisa Reed, Dunbar; and Kenneth Howen, Niagara.
Oconto -- Adam Reinhard, Abrams; and Leslie Duaime*, Oconto.
-- Jennifer Larsen, Kelly Tessen, and Jamie Woolf, Appleton; and Anthony
Shawano -- John Stocks, Shawano.
Waukesha -- Dennis
Winnebago -- Susan Vander Heiden, Menasha.
-- Kaye-Lani Laughn, Marquette, Michigan.
Brown - Kathleen Feemster, Humera Khan*, Christopher
Loseke, and Luke Peterson, Green Bay; and Matt VanLaanen, New Franken.
Juneau -- Jeremiah Brockman, Mauston.
Manitowoc -- Chad DeBauch, Manitowoc;
and Andrew Brusky, Valders.
Outagamie -- John Williams***, Appleton.
-- Jason Koldeway, Burlington.
Ashland -- Nathan Kilger,
Brown -- Eric Hirsbrunner, Green Bay.
Holly Deprey, Algoma.
Brown - Christina Kersten,
De Pere; Deanna Alberts*, Janis Schneider**, Kelly Schweda*, and Amanda
Staron***, Green Bay; and Angela Banker, Pulaski.
Door -- Todd Meikle*,
Kewaunee -- Lizabeth Davison-Bies*, Casco; and Jay Seidl,
Marinette -- Steven Champion**, Marinette.
Milwaukee -- Jaime
Stuart, Franklin; Jessica Talsky*, Greendale; and Kimberly Waszak*, Milwaukee.
Shawano -- Lori Cathey, Bonduel; and Brian Harris*, Tigerton.
-- Sara Sheridan*, West Bend.
Winnebago -- Meg Quella, Menasha.
Brown - Ryan Dedo, Jacqueline Knedle*, Spencer Neuman, and Elijah Shaver,
Calumet -- Andrea Caflisch, Brillion; and Nathan Mathes, Chilton.
Door -- Christine Smith*, Sturgeon Bay.
Marinette -- Lynn Heritsch**,
Outagamie -- Sarah Meier and Samuel Pierson, Appleton.
-- Wendy Metropulos, Eland.
Sheboygan -- Amber Schuler*, Plymouth.
-- Walter Stenz IV*, Hartford.
Wood -- Andrea Johannes**, Marshfield.
Environmental Policy and Planning
Brown - Amanda Eickert, Melinda Gross,
and Andrew Orth, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Benjamin Broehm, Manitowoc.
-- Kristin Pirner, Appleton.
Other states -- Shauna Bloom, Hartford, South
Brown - Jonathan Van Noie, De Pere; and
Kathleen Weyker, Green Bay.
Clark -- Ryan Fischer, Colby.
Erika Sisel*, Kewaunee.
Manitowoc -- Tracy Valenta***, Maribel.
-- Katie Wieselman**, Wausau.
Outagamie -- Emily Jacobs, Appleton.
-- Kenneth Bronson and Elizabeth Thiermann, Grafton.
Racine -- Andrew
Brown -- Andrea Jelinski, Green Bay.
Other states -- Cari Theodosakis**
(distinction in the major), Mount Prospect, Illinois.
Brown -- Gregor Cox, Ryan Dedo, Larry Delforge, Margaret Dernehl, and Christopher
Hearden, Green Bay.
Dodge -- Timothy Heesen*, Iron Ridge.
Kenosha -- Beau
Oconto -- Scott Bessey, Pound.
Shawano -- John Stocks
and Joseph Stocks, Shawano.
Wood -- Heidi Kelnhofer, Marshfield.
Other states -- Michael Kramer, Menominee, Michigan.
Brown - Charlene
Mathiot, De Pere; and Amanda Caissie***, Andrea Fischer, Mai Nou Lor-Vang,
Jennifer Popek, Karen Van Pay, and Steele Veldman, Green Bay.
Kelly Gensch, Horicon.
Marathon -- Kimberly Trawicki, Edgar.
-- Constance Koceja*, Greendale; and Kelly Mayer, Milwaukee.
-- Lisa Barker, Appleton.
Sheboygan -- Chad Isken***, Sheboygan.
-- Sara Andrews, New Berlin.
Winnebago -- Jane Boncher***, Neenah; and
Kari Alexander**, Oshkosh.
Other states -- Christina Aquino, Cerritos,
Brown - Meredith Jensen, Laura Tibaldo,
and Adrianne Zuern, De Pere; and Laura Ahnen***, Rana Altman, Sarah Butler,
Chad Dalebroux, Trisha Ebel, Nicole Fenner, Jessaca Frost, Jennifer Harkins,
Bree Joyce, Erin Knetter, Joylynn Lorenzen*, Louna Moua*, Stacy Peterson,
Shannon Pikka***, Amy Schoonover, Pamela Sengstock*, Robert Servais, and
Jean Stein, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Heather Ninmer**, New Holstein.
-- Leslie Williamson*, Madison.
Dodge -- Stacy Schall, Juneau.
Lac -- Sara Burch, Fond du Lac.
Kewaunee -- Susan Demeny, Luxemburg.
-- Kristin Peaslee, Antigo.
Manitowoc -- Jodi Kautzer, Kiel; and Nicole
Schmidt and Kristin Voss, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Deborah Fick***, Amberg;
and Bobbi Boivin and Jennifer Langill**, Marinette.
Menominee -- Alegra
Oconto -- Jennifer Lockstein, Oconto; and Betty Ward,
Oneida -- Jennifer Otto, Tomahawk.
Outagamie -- Fawn George,
Appleton; and Joseph Geurts, Kaukauna.
Ozaukee -- Elizabeth Polesky, Port
Shawano -- Melissa O'Haver, Pulaski; and Heather Hoeft*, Shawano.
Washington -- Rachael Sarah, Colgate.
Waukesha -- Laura Knaack**, Menomonee
Waupaca -- Danielle Burns*, New London.
Waushara -- Jana Drew,
Winnebago -- Theresa Beyer, Menasha; Christy Coenen, Neenah;
and Heather Plank, Oshkosh.
Other states -- Alexis Del Colletti, Terre
Haute, Indiana; Jennifer Houle*, Stephenson, Michigan; and Jennie Ellingson,
Maple Grove, Minnesota.
Brown - Valerie Stank*, De Pere; and Lisa Bell, Bobbi Bins, Elizabeth
Brandle, Mathew Frederick, Andrea Jelinski, Jennifer Nowicki, and Rosemary
Schneider, Green Bay.
Oconto -- Karrie Keiler, Gillett.
Outagamie -- Matthew Kordus** and Samuel Pierson, Appleton.
Rock -- Gregg Sweger, Beloit.
-- Wendy Metropulos, Eland.
Brown - Myra Lloyd, Green
Brown - Sheila Garrigan and Marcia Kocian,
Kewaunee -- Rhoda Shields, Denmark.
Manitowoc -- Gloria Wallace,
Outagamie -- Nancy Lamers, Appleton; and Florence Petri, Oneida.
Washington -- Carol Plato, West Bend.
Winnebago -- Christina Moubarak,
Other states -- Gordon Dietzman**, Roseville, Minnesota.
Brown -Michael Hendricks, Wrightstown.
Door -- Timothy Nielson, Sturgeon
Winnebago -- Kimberly Kargus*, Oshkosh.
Brown - Sarah Danek*,
De Pere; and Gwen Weyenberg, Green Bay.
Brown - Charlene Mathiot,
De Pere; and Karen Johnson*** (distinction in the major), Brian Krogh*,
and Jean Kubicki, Green Bay.
Langlade -- Kristine Doemel, White Lake.
Manitowoc -- Gail Mellinger**, Manitowoc.
Oneida -- Tammery Perry*, Rhinelander.
Outagamie -- Kelly Arps, Kaukauna.
Other states -- Kimberly Marquardt*,
Vista, California; Cherry Pfau***, Land O' Lakes, Florida; Patricia Jones*,
Lima, Ohio; and Deborah Dantzler, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
countries -- Meela Geus***, United Kingdom.
Brown - David Couture
and Mathew Frederick, Green Bay.
Brown - Thomas Crehore,
Christine Smits, and Patrick Thidemann, Green Bay.
Columbia -- Lindsey
Door -- Bethany Ridderikhoff, Sturgeon Bay.
-- Andrew Greil, Burlington.
Milwaukee -- Amanda Zuelke, Wauwatosa.
-- Abbey Unruh*, Appleton.
Waukesha -- Michael Mailander*, New Berlin.
Brown - Meredith
Jensen, Laura Tibaldo, and Adrianne Zuern, De Pere; and Laura Ahnen***,
Sara Burie, Sarah Butler, Chad Dalebroux, Camille Gerbyshak, Bree Joyce,
Katie Lade, and Robert Servais, Green Bay.
Calumet -- Judy Schuh, Brillion;
and Heather Ninmer**, New Holstein.
Dane -- Leslie Williamson*, Madison.
Dodge -- Stacy Schall, Juneau.
Kenosha -- Jessica Hanlin, Salem.
-- Nicole Schmidt, Manitowoc.
Marinette -- Deborah Fick***, Amberg; Jennifer
Langill**, Marinette; and Christine Haulotte, Peshtigo.
Oconto -- Jennifer
Oneida -- Jennifer Otto, Tomahawk.
Outagamie -- Fawn
George, Appleton; and Joseph Geurts, Kaukauna.
Shawano -- Melissa O'Haver,
Pulaski; and Heather Hoeft*, Shawano.
Washington -- Rachael Sarah, Colgate.
Waukesha -- Laura Knaack**, Menomonee Falls.
Winnebago -- Theresa Beyer,
Menasha; and Christy Coenen, Neenah.
Other states -- Alexis Del Colletti,
Terre Haute, Indiana; Jennifer Houle*, Stephenson, Michigan; and Myranda
Thate* (distinction in the major), Fairmont, Minnesota.
Brown - Michelle Graunke, See Her, and Patrick Thidemann, Green Bay.
-- Andrew Greil, Burlington.
Milwaukee -- Benjamin Krejcarek, Milwaukee;
and Amanda Zuelke, Wauwatosa.
Social Change and Development
Brown - Christina
Bacon, Adrienne Campos-Moya, Jonna Owens, and Britta Vettraino, Green
Bay; and Lance Klug, Wrightstown.
Calumet -- Cheryl Byrnes, New Holstein.
Marinette -- Devene Spence, Porterfield.
Milwaukee -- Joanelle Jackson,
Milwaukee; and Erin Parks*, South Milwaukee.
Washington -- Adam Hunt,
Waukesha -- Michael Mailander*, New Berlin.
- April Kent, Green Bay.
Door -- Nicolette Jauquet*, Brussels.
-- Sara Guth, Larsen.
Brown - Dawn Blozinski, Leanne Shaha**,
and Bobbi Suchan, Green Bay.
Manitowoc -- Taybee Pauly*** and Holly Revolinsky***,
Marinette -- Kenneth Howen, Niagara.
Brown - Eric Lindahl***
and Lisa Stewart, Green Bay.
Sheboygan -- Robert Schnettler III, Plymouth.
Other states -- Molly Mix*, Windom, Minnesota.
Urban and Regional Studies
Brown - Jacob Delahaut, Green Bay.
St. Croix -- Ashley Booth, Glenwood
(02-222 / 13 December 2002 / BBP)