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Reasons to give
are many


 

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Inside, UW-Green Bay. A feature and news magazine for alumni and friends.
  February 2008: Reasons to give.


the reasons to give are many


Paul and Thea Sager
recently established the Sager Memorial Scholarship in honor of Founding Chancellor Edward Weidner.
      To learn more, add to this fund or create your own scholarship, please call or visit online.
      Dan Spielmann, Major Gifts Officer
      920-465-5025
      www.uwgb.edu/advancement/give/


The Sagers' Reasons

. . . Meaning
“Starting as we did at the beginning of this University and having the experience of participating in so many aspects of its development, one can’t avoid a sense of ownership and pride. Ours was a rewarding experience. This scholarship is a way to give something back to the University.”
. . . Motivation
“We have always encouraged students to be involved in independent studies and research. It is a way for students to apply the skills and knowledge they acquired in the classroom and to experience the satisfaction that comes from completing an original research project. We hope this scholarship will be an incentive for students to pursue excellence in undergraduate research in the natural sciences.”
. . . Memory
“Ed Weidner’s vision included an arboretum circling the campus where students would have ready access for research and study. From his own field of political science, Dr. Weidner’s interest expanded to the natural world, especially birding, where he became quite proficient. His commitment to the development of University natural areas continued throughout his career. With this scholarship we honor his memory and his many accomplishments.”

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