Weidner Center hosts presidential historians in ‘A Conversation with Michael Beschloss and Doris Kearns Goodwin’


Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership sponsors free event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Green Bay, Wis.)  Award-winning presidential historians will be featured in “A Conversation with Michael Beschloss and Doris Kearns Goodwin” at UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. This event will take place on Monday, March 9, 2020 at 6 p.m.

The event, sponsored by the Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership, is a free event and open to the public. Registration for the event is required and is available at thompsoncenter.wisc.edu and WeidnerCenter.com.

Michael Beschloss
Michael Beschloss

The New York Times has called Michael Beschloss “easily the most widely recognized Presidential historian in the United States.” The Charlotte Observer has said, “Michael Beschloss knows more about America’s Presidents than perhaps anyone on earth.” Michael is an award-winning historian, bestselling author of nine books and has been a New York Times contributing columnist. He is the NBC News Presidential Historian and a contributor to the PBS NewsHour.

Doris Kearns Goodwin
Doris Kearns Goodwin

Doris Kearns Goodwin is a Pulitzer-prize winning author, biographer, presidential historian and former assistant to Lyndon Johnson. Her seventh and New York Times bestselling book, Leadership in Turbulent Times, was published in September 2018 to critical acclaim and became an instant New York Times bestseller. It is a culmination of Goodwin’s five-decade career of studying the American presidents focusing on Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Baines Johnson.

Ryan Owens, the Director of the Thompson Center, made clear his excitement to host the speakers. “One of the Thompson Center’s main charges is to bring in high caliber speakers,” he said. “We hit a home run with these award-winning authors and are thrilled to partner with the excellent people at UW-Green Bay and the Weidner Center.”

“The visit is a great opportunity for our students to debate the meaning of presidential leadership in this contested election year,” said UW-Green Bay Associate Professor Alison Staudinger. “It’s also an opportunity for UW-Green Bay to embody the “Wisconsin Idea” and host thoughtful and in-depth conversations about politics and history in public.” Dr. Staudinger is chair for Democracy & Justice Studies, and co-chair of Political Science, Women’s & Gender Studies.

About The Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership The Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership was established to provide a multi-disciplinary, non-partisan environment to study, discuss, and improve leadership. Students, faculty members, policymakers, and other relevant stakeholders come together to share knowledge and learn about successful public leadership. We pledge to pursue leadership, to foster collegiality, and to be problem-solvers. For more information visit thompsoncenter.wisc.edu.

About the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts opened on January 15, 1993 and is known for its elegant design and the acoustic excellence of its 2,000-plus seat main hall, Cofrin Family Hall. It also houses two smaller performance spaces, the Fort Howard recital hall and the Jean Weidner Theatre, along with a dance studio and Grand Foyer. The Weidner Center has a distinct benefit in being part of a leading institution of higher learning. The Center is a home for UW-Green Bay Music and Theatre and Dance programs, community events and productions and performances by visiting artists and touring companies. For more information on the Weidner Center, visit www.WeidnerCenter.com, call 920-465-2726 or 800-895-0071, or follow ‘Weidner Center for the Performing Arts’ on Facebook, Twitter (@WeidnerCenter) and Instagram (@weidnercenter).

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

Media Contact: Diane Nagy
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Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
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6:30 Concert Series - a very small consortium

6:30 Concert Series continues with 10th Anniversary of ‘Miniature’ Compositions, Saturday, Feb. 29

Green Bay, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music’s 6:30 Concert Series continues in February with a concert filled with “miniature” compositions which will be performed by the ensemble: a very small consortium. The ensemble consists of UW-Green Bay Music faculty and friends. A miniature composition is defined as a piece containing 100 or fewer notes or lasting one minute or less. This is the 10thanniversary of these concerts of miniatures. This year’s concert will be held on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The concert is open to the public and admission is free.

“Writing a miniature is the closest thing to instant gratification a composer can get,” explains UW-Green Bay Professor Michelle McQuade Dewhirst. “And yet, working in miniature form is surprisingly challenging and raises many fascinating questions about the nature of music. What sounds should or shouldn’t ‘count’ in your allotment of 100 notes? How can a composer express something meaningful in such a short amount of time, or with such limited materials? To work effectively in this format, a composer needs to refine their ideas; the best miniatures feel to me as if they might have started as lumps of coal that were compressed into diamonds.”

The miniatures which will be performed at the concert come from compositions submitted from all over the world. Receiving over 200 submissions annually, the collection is curated by McQuade Dewhirst.

For more information about this or other upcoming music events, please visit www.weidnercenter.com/events/. For a full listing of UW-Green Bay Music events for the 2019-20 season, please visit www.uwgb.edu/music/.

About the 6:30 Concert Series

The 6:30 Concert Series is designed to connect the campus with the community through the exploration of music. Performances feature insightful presentations by performers, composers, and special guests. The series offers new perspectives on diverse styles, often exploring the music from multiple angles. All performances take place at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, begin at 6:30 PM, and last between 60 and 90 minutes. Make an evening of it – join us before the concert for a cocktail at the cash bar!

About the Weidner Center

UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is known for its elegant design and the acoustic excellence of its 2,000-seat main hall, Cofrin Family Hall. It also houses two smaller performance spaces, the Fort Howard recital hall and the Jean Weidner Theatre, along with a dance studio and Grand Foyer. The Center is a home for UW-Green Bay Music and Theatre and Dance productions, community events and productions, and performances by visiting artists and touring companies. The Weidner Center has a distinct benefit in being part of a leading institution of higher learning. Beyond the large-scale touring productions that grace the stage, the Weidner Center also focuses on scholastic development, programming and an impactful education series – Stage Doors. The Stage Doors Education Series serves more than17,500 students from 63 cities throughout Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula every year. For more information on the Weidner Center, visit www.WeidnerCenter.com, 920-465-2726, 800-895-0071, or follow the ‘Weidner Center for the Performing Arts’ on Facebook, Twitter (@WeidnerCenter) and Instagram (@weidnercenter).

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to nearly 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

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What’s Up at UW-Green Bay? Feb. 11, 2020

I am Psyched! Opening Reception| Feb. 11 | UW-Green Bay Campus
I am Psyched! National Tour is coming to the UW-Green Bay campus. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020 from 4 to 6 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Cofrin Library, there will be speakers, a photo booth and information on Women of Color in psychology – perfect timing for Black History Month! More information can be found at https://news.uwgb.edu/log-news/news/01/23/i-am-psyched-national-tour-will-be-at-the-cofrin-library-from-feb-11-22-2020/.

UW-Green Bay students offering free income tax assistance | Feb. 4 – April 10 | The Salvation Army and Brown County Library
UW-Green Bay students will be offering help to low-income community members and families with their taxes this year. From now until April 10, help will be offered at The Salvation Army, 626 Union Court, Green Bay on Tuesdays, from 5 to 8 p.m., and at the Brown County Public Library, 515 Pine St., Green Bay on Wednesdays from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be no assistance on March 17 or 18, due to Spring Break. More information can be found at https://news.uwgb.edu/log-news/releases/01/31/uw-green-bay-students-providing-free-income-tax-assistance-through-april-10-2020-07-20/.

UW-Green Bay Archives presents ‘Stories from the Archives: Green Bay’s Underground Railroad History’ | Feb. 19 | Green Bay Campus
UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center is launching a new series: “Stories from the Archives.” In conjunction with Black History Month, the first program in the series is Green Bay’s Underground Railroad History. The free program will be Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in University Archives, located on the seventh floor of the Cofrin Library on the Green Bay Campus. It is open to the public. Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP through Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/326862398471573/.

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Contact Sue Bodilly, bodillys@uwgb.edu or 920-465-5502, 920-471-3854 for more information or to put you in touch with sources not listed.

Mozart music and promising young musicians are a highlight of the next Lakeshore Wind Ensemble

UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus Lakeshore Wind Ensemble to perform ‘Winds of March’ with winners from the 28th Young Artist Competition

Green Bay, Wis. — The Lakeshore Wind Ensemble is once again ready to impress audiences with a new show featuring music by Mozart. On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at the Capital Civic Centre in Manitowoc, Wis., the “Winds of March” concert will begin at 7:30 p.m., presented by Lakeshore Wind Ensemble Conductor Prof. Marc Sackman (Music).

Adam Nelson
Adam Nelson

In addition, the show will feature performances by the first and second place winners of the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble Association 28th Young Artist Competition, which have been recently announced.

The first prize recipient of the 28th Young Artist Competition is saxophonist Becky Swanson (pictured above). She is a senior at Lawrence University pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree under the instruction of Prof. Steven Jordheim (Music). Swanson will be performing the first movement of “Saxophoonconcert” by Henk Badings at the concert, and she will receive a scholarship check for $1,500.

William Murphy
William Murphy

Adam Nelson was awarded second place. He is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee working towards degrees in French Horn Performance under Associate Prof. Greg Flint (Horn), as well as Mathematical Sciences. Nelson will receive a scholarship check for $1,000 and will be performing “Concerto for Horn No. 1,” movement 1 by Richard Strauss at the concert.

While Pulaski High School junior, William Murphy, was the third-place winner and will not be performing at “Winds of March,” he did receive a scholarship check for $750 for his performance of “Piano Concerto in A Minor,” movement 1, by Edvard Grieg. He studies piano with Dr. Michael Rector of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Tickets for the show are available for purchase at the Capitol Civic Centre Box Office during business hours or online at cccshows.org. Individual tickets for adult’s main floor and mezzanine are $16; student and balcony seating is $9. Quoted ticket prices do not include sales tax and preservation fees. For additional ticket information, you may call the CCC Box Office at 920-683-2184 or visit the website.

Manitowoc Lincoln and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus announce pilot program—Rising Phoenix

New program extends pathways to higher education for high school students

Manitowoc, Wis.—The Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program is a collaboration between the Manitowoc Public School District and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus to provide Manitowoc Lincoln High School students the opportunity to get a head start on earning college credits while academically and personally preparing for college.

A formal announcement about the program was made to the Manitowoc Campus faculty and Lincoln High School staff on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020.

L to R: Bakic, Thennes, Samantha Post and Meagan Strehlow

“UW-Green Bay is proud to partner with the Manitowoc Public School District on the Rising Phoenix Program,” said UW-Green Bay Provost Michael Alexander. “We are committed to working with our educational partners to invest in the growth of our region and support an increase in the percentage of students in our community that have access to higher education.”

Students in the program will be concurrently enrolled in Manitowoc Lincoln High School and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. Courses are selected to meet Wisconsin high school graduation requirements and the UW-Green Bay Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree. It also allows students room to explore individualized interests. The goal for participating students is to earn both their high school diploma and an AAS degree by the time they graduate from Manitowoc Lincoln. Students who complete an AAS degree will have the first two years of a bachelor’s degree completed. The accomplishment will apply whether students decide to continue at UW-Green Bay, transfer to a different college or university, or enter the workforce upon graduation with an earned college credential.

“This new Rising Phoenix program is a powerful partnership,” said Manitowoc Campus CEO Rachele Bakic. “This is an example of how collaborative programs can spur educational opportunities for students today. We are excited to work closely with Lincoln High School to ensure tremendous success for this initial group of bright young minds.”

A group of twenty-five current sophomores at Lincoln High School will be admitted to the Rising Phoenix program and be enrolled during their junior and senior years (fall 2020-spring 2022). The intent is to have a diverse cohort consisting of students who have shown the academic readiness and “grit” needed to succeed in the program, but who may come from families without experience in higher education or without the economic support to further their education. Priority admission will be given to first-generation, economically disadvantaged students, and students who demonstrate a desire to continue their education after high school.

“We are here to get our students ready for what is next after high school, and we want to do so by creating effective communicators, creative problem solvers, and engaged community members,” says Lincoln High School Principal Lee Thennes. “We believe that the model for this partnership encapsulates the very core of our values.”

Student support and coaching are the main priorities and advantages of the program. Every student enrolled will work consistently with UW-Green Bay’s Rising Phoenix student success coach, who will:

  • Assist students through the admissions process
  • Facilitate academic advising
  • Provide social and emotional support
  • Serve as a transition specialist upon graduation (college applications, scholarships, FAFSA and financial aid assistance).

Students will also learn and support each other together as a cohort through the entirety of the program. Students’ tuition and textbooks will be paid by the Manitowoc Public School District, which means there will be no cost to students or families.

The Rising Phoenix program is believed to be the first early-college high school program in Wisconsin partnered with a four-year institution—a pivotal opportunity for the Manitowoc community, Manitowoc Public School District, and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. Rising Phoenix has a goal of reducing the achievement gap and establishes a precedent in Wisconsin for more early college high school programs. In the Manitowoc community the hope is the program will be expanded to afford more students college access and enable talent retention.

The Manitowoc Public School District and UW-Green Bay are committed to evolving the program as it grows, eliminating barriers for students to participate and investing in the success of students involved. The Rising Phoenix program is innovative and evidence-based. Its goal is to work towards closing the achievement gap for the underserved and underrepresented students in Manitowoc, while providing a life-changing opportunity for those students and their families for generations to come.

“The Rising Phoenix program supports two of our strategic academic goals,” shares Mark Holzman, Manitowoc Public School District Superintendent. “Increased participation in college-level classes and co-curricular opportunities.”

To learn more about the program, visit the Rising Phoenix website at www.uwgb.edu/rising-phoenix.

In the photo, left to right, Manitowoc Campus CEO Rachele Bakic, Manitowoc Lincoln Principal Lee Thennes, UW-Green Bay Student Success Coach Samantha Post and Meagan Strehlow, executive director, K-12 & Community Relations, UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement.

Photo by Jena Richter Landers.

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

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UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business introduces new Executive in Residence, Oliver Buechse

Green Bay, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay announced that Oliver Buechse has been named executive in residence for the Cofrin School of Business, beginning Feb. 1. Buechse will focus his work on digital transformation.

Oliver Buechse
Oliver Buechse

Buechse has evolved in recent years as a leading advocate for digital transformation in the State.  He is the CEO of Advancing Digital, continuing the journey that he began as co-founder and executive director of Advancing AI Wisconsin. He also initiated the Digital County movement in the State. Buechse further brings to UW-Green Bay a strong record of transformational leadership within the banking industry, including his role as chief strategy officer for Associated Bank from 2010-2015. Buechse holds a Ph.D. in Economic Psychology from Alpen Adria University, in Austria.

“One of the central focuses of the Cofrin School of Business and our forward-looking Executive Impact MBA, is to prepare the current Northeast Wisconsin workforce to thrive in the age of digital transformation and to be confident in engaging in this external and dynamic period of experimentation,” said Mathew Dornbush, dean of the Cofrin School of Business. “Growing our relationship with Titletown Tech, for instance, is clearly centered on this vision, and we believe that Oliver can help us focus our vision and create new, dynamic partnerships to further our goals as a college and a University.”

Preparing the workforce of tomorrow will require a new approach in development and delivery, Buechse says.

“The education sector is the key to ensuring economic prosperity in Northeast Wisconsin and the State overall as we head into an era of significant technological and economic transformation, Buechse says. “Preparing the workforce of tomorrow, retraining the workforce of today and creating a space where business leaders learn with each other and from each other, all require that we bring a deeper understanding of disruptive technologies and the resulting change dynamics to our faculty, students and regional stakeholders. It is truly exciting to work with the visionary leadership at the Cofrin School of Business on tackling these challenges.”

Dornbush says that Buechse has come to the Cofrin School of Business “at the ideal time, when many of these visions are converging into reality.” “Oliver will provide a critical resource to the faculty and staff within the School of Business to better integrate these changes into different courses, programs and student engagement activities, while helping connect the Cofrin School with the digital experimentation ongoing in the Northeast Wisconsin business ecosystem.”

Buechse follows the former and first-ever executive in residence, Tim Weyenberg, retired CEO of Foth Companies, who served in the role from 2014 through 2016.

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Live via satellite, meet artist Lennart Larsen on Feb. 7, Sheboygan Campus Fine Arts Gallery

Live, via satellite from Roskilde, Denmark, meet artist Lennart Larsen on Friday, Feb. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus Fine Arts Gallery. “The Sheboygan Files & Assorted Mysteries: a Photographic Exhibition” by Larsen is on display through February 28. Larson is a multi-media artist whose images invite the viewer to investigate the seemingly ordinary and mundane to discover underlying curious mysteries. Larson, who lives and works in Roskilde, Denmark, is the visiting artist during the first two weeks of February. The reception and “meet the artist” is Friday, February 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts Gallery. Funding for the guest artist travel and exhibition is provided in part by the Sheboygan Campus Student Government Association.

Green Bay men’s basketball steals one from IUPUI in rare weekday morning game

A win is a win, but Green Bay’s 91-85 win at IUPUI on Thursday morning means a little bit more. Snapping a six-game losing skid to the Jaguars (6-19, 2-10 HL) and earning its first win over them since they joined the Horizon League, the Phoenix (12-13, 7-5 HL) blew the game open in the first half before holding off a late rally at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum. Playing the visitor role on IUPUI’s “Readers are Leaders” day with over 2,000 local elementary students in attendance, GB led by as many as 25 points in the first half before taking a 20-point lead into the break. Five players finished in double-figures, led by freshman Amari Davis’ 22 points on 9-for-18 shooting. GB has now won its last two games, and moves to 7-5 in the Horizon League before visiting UIC on Saturday afternoon. GB had not won at IUPUI since 1977.

CSET Scholarship Recipients

Nearly $80,000 awarded in scholarships through UW-Green Bay’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Green Bay, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s College of Science and Technology announced the awarding of nearly $80,000 in scholarships this year. There were 58 scholarships awarded, totaling $78,325. Natural and Applied Sciences awarded 18 scholarships, totaling $20,600; Resch School of Engineering awarded 24 scholarships, totaling $40,725; Human Biology awarded 16 scholarships, totaling $17,000. A scholarship reception was held Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 on the Green Bay Campus.

2019-2020 NAS Scholarship Awardees
James E. Casperson/Environmental Science Alumni Endowed Scholarship: Patrick Brodhagen, Bonduel, WI

Alfred O. and Phyllis E. Holz Endowed Scholarship: Emma Gilbertson, Nashotah, WI and Norah Swenson, Janesville, WI

Carol R. DeGroot Endowed Scholarship in Environmental Science: Alicia Krause, La Crosse, WI

Morgan/Macaluso Family Endowed Scholarship: Claire Stuart, Sullivan, WI

Ganga and Elizabeth Nair Endowed Scholarship: Jessica Kessler, Bryant, WI

Katie Hemauer Memorial Endowed Scholarship: Ashlyn Schnell, Bonduel, WI

Bradford Cook Memorial Endowed Scholarship: Sierra Schug, Athen, Wi

Barbara and Benjamin Cruz-Uribe Family Endowed Scholarship for the Study of Environmental Issues: Miranda Esser, Green Bay, WI

Chad Moritz and Beth Meyerand Annual Scholarship: BethaLynn Bontrager, Eagle River, WI

Moose Lodge Rod and Gun Club Annual Scholarship: Grace Pechman, Fond du Lac, WI

Ruth and James Wiersma Endowed Scholarship: Jessie Hanson, Minnetrista, MN

Herbert Fisk Johnson Endowed Scholarship for Excellence: Tyler Dvorachek, Howards Grove, WI, Carly Flunker, Sobieski, WI and Kyle Hansen, La Crosse, WI

Brown County Waste Transformation Team Annual Scholarship: Rachel Malcore, Brussels, WI

Science and Mathematics Endowed Scholarship: Caleb Torres, Sheboygan, WI

Nancy J. Sell Memorial Endowed Scholarship: Anna Liu, Des Moines, IA

2019-2020 Richard Resch School of Engineering Scholarship Awardees

NEW Engineering Endowed Scholarship-First Year: Allyssa Rueth, Slinger, WI

NEW Engineering Endowed Scholarship-Second Year): Michael McGuire, Freedom, WI

Susan Finco and Ed Kralovec Endowed Scholarship: Griffin Magee, Eland, WI

Superior Diesel Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology: Bailey Crary, Reedsburg, WI

Dykema Family Endowed Scholarship: Benjamin Desk, Markesan, WI

Lee and Kathy Anderson Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology: Michael Jensen, Suamico, WI

Beth and Richard Gochnauer Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology: Billie Komorowski and Pa Yeng Yang, Green Bay, WI

Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance Future All-Stars Annual Scholarship: Adam Jensen, Little Chute, WI, Charles Sheraden, Green Bay, WI, Aaron Splan, Pulaski, WI and Isaiah Stonebraker, Mishicot, WI

BPM, Inc., A Specialty Paper Mill, Annual Scholarship for Engineering Technology: Kyle Still, Abrams, WI

FEECO International Engineering Technology Annual Scholarship: Wade Druar, Green Bay, WI

HATCO Corporation’s David G. Hatch Annual Scholarship in Engineering: Wade Druar, Green Bay, WI and Elliott Seiler, Sturgeon Bay, WI

Optima Machinery Corporation Annual Scholarship in Engineering: Joshua Mendez, Green Bay, WI

Georgia-Pacific Annual Scholarship in Engineering: Denny Christoff, Luxemburg, WI, Elizabeth Heinen, Oostburg, WI, Cade Koschnik, Appleton, WI, Joshua Mendez, Green Bay, WI and Gabriel Weiler, Green Bay, WI

Foth Companies Endowed Scholarship in Engineering: Colton Koss, Luxemburg, WI and Paul VanderKelen, Green Bay, WI

The Ken Metzler Engineering Scholarship: Denny Christoff, Luxemburg, WI and Elizabeth Heinen (awarded in August of 2019), Oostburg, WI

Spring 2020 Human Biology Scholarship Awardees:

Jeremy Green Family Scholarship: Nathaniel Disher, Stevens Point, WI

Dr. Donel Sullivan Scholarship: Ruchita Patel

Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholarship: Kaitlyn Baier, Elk Mound, WI, Brooke Breitrick, Bowler, WI, Katie Cudnohufsky, Ben Gilles, Madison, WI, Akanksha Gurtu, De Pere, WI, Logan Johnsen, Louisburg, KS, Anna Liu, Des Moines, IA, Ashlyn Schnell, Bonduel, WI, Kristen Shaver, Hortonville, WI, Emily Song, Grace Stabenau, Howard, WI, Sydney Walker, De Pere, WI, Ashley Willes, Kaukauna, WI and Taylor Wolf, Waconia, MN

Fall 2019 Human Biology Scholarship Awardees:

Jeremy Green Family Scholarship: Mareah Desotelle

Dr. Donel Sullivan Scholarship: Ben Gilles, Madison, WI

Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholarship: Justin Ferkin, Elena Garcia, Two Rivers, WI, Natalie Gawron, Black River Falls, WI, Abigail Heil, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Mackenzie Hemauer, Sara Kroneck, Amber Perez, Menomonee Falls, WI, Emma Sloot, St. Paul, MN, Grace Stabenau, Howard, WI, Kayla Vrieze and Ashley Willes, Kaukauna, WI

Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Summer Research Internship: Brooke Breitrick, Bowler, WI and Janay Walters

Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholars Program: Anna Cudney, Appleton, WI, Jenna Grandinetti, Grafton, WI, Lauren Russell, Burlington, WI and Marissa Spatz, Auburndale, WI

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CSET Scholarship Reception 2020

– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication