Included in this issue, 50th Anniversary poll of "your favorite professor," alumni remember UW-Green Bay, and more.
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Vol. 04, No. 48, July 31, 2015
Collage of photos of UW-Green Bay professors.

Memorable teachers:
Online poll spotlights UWGB favorites

It is by no means scientific or comprehensive, but an unofficial online “poll” invites alumni to join in recalling 50 years of award-winning faculty. We've had a great response, already. Learn more.
Professors singing national anthem at Lambeau Field.

Lambeau anthem

A UWGB vocal quartet — Profs. Sarah Meredith Livingston, Randy Meder and Courtney Sherman, and student Nick Schommer — impressed at the Packers annual shareholders meeting. Learn more.
William Canzoneri.

Transformation

With UW-Green Bay turning 50, Alumni Relations prompted grads to share stories of how college changed their lives. Today, it’s late bloomer William Canzoneri. Learn more.
Miranda Sings.

YouTube star

Her manic blend of comedy, “music” and internet weirdness has made her one-woman show a big hit. Miranda Sings visits the Weidner. Learn more.

Upcoming

July 31
Campus Preview Day

Aug 6
Comic Miranda Sings

Aug 13
Retiree Golf Outing
 

Top Headlines

Meyer to host fundraiser
for UWGB watershed project


Stangel joins NDA staff

Athletics tweaks ticket plan
for women’s basketball

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Early recycling efforts.
Recycling, 1970s
It wasn’t neat, clean or automatic, but give our campus predecessors credit for making UWGB one of the first local institutions to encourage recycling. This dropoff point near the ES Building was overflowing with used glass products near the time of the first Earth Day in April 1970. This photo is featured at our “Phoenix Phactoid” archive of 50 items for 50 days leading up to our 50th anniversary on Sept. 2. For more.
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