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Rapid (Drive-Up) Testing at UW-Green Bay to end Friday, Jan. 22

GREEN BAY, Wis.—The federal surge COVID-19 testing operation held on the UW-Green Bay Campus since early November will end next week. Final opportunity for public testing on campus will be Tuesday, January 19 through Friday, January 22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Testing is available to anyone age 5-and-older at no cost, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment at DOINeedACovid19Test.com. Individuals do not have to be experiencing symptoms nor have close contact of someone with COVID-19 to get a test, nor do they need to live in Green Bay.

The partnership is a collaborative effort of the UW System’s 13 Universities and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center is the host facility in the region.

Testing agency E-True North has processed more than 14,000 tests at this rapid-testing site.

Individuals who want to be tested can register online, proceed to the testing site (Weidner Center), administer the test themselves under supervision, and label it for processing. All participants must register for a free test at www.doineedacovid19test.com. Participants will also retrieve results by logging into this portal after receiving an email that results are ready.

 

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UW-Green Bay Announces Fall 2020 Semester Honors

Green Bay, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has made public the names of undergraduate students receiving semester honors for the fall 2020 semester. Students who earn a 4.0 grade point average, which represents all “A” grades, receive highest honors. High honors go to students earning 3.99 to 3.75 grade point averages. Honors are given to students earning 3.74 to 3.50 grade point averages. Students are listed by the county claimed as place of permanent residence. All were full-time students in the spring term, earning 12 or more credits of graded coursework. This list includes students attending all four UW-Green Bay campuses (Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc, Sheboygan).

Highest Honors

Wisconsin

Adams — Adams — Erica Schlachter, Adams.
Bayfield — Carlyn Lowe, Washburn.
Brown — Olivia West, Allouez; Megan Thurman and Ryan Wichman, Ashwaubenon; Maria Arunkumar, Mitchell Becker, Riley Brantmeier, Nicholas Buresh, Cory Carter, Francis Cochrane, Hannah Conard, Hannah Dernbach, Katelyn Desrochers, Aaron Devroy, Julia Doenges, Riley Drew, Kyle Engelmann, Hannah French, Colin Jeantet, Molly Kelly, Ashlee Koenig, Rachel Kyles, Daniel Leonard, Miranda Martin, Tayler McAuliffe, Daniel Mendrala, Emilee Mulhern, Leeya Nolan, Laila Obaideen, Cory Petri, Brianna Pritzl, Zebariah Puddy, Ellen Pulukchu, Jared Ramirez, Noah Redfearn, Matthew Reed, Taylor Salm, Kristin Schlorf, Caitlynne Siech, Jarod Siekman-VerBoort, Conor Smith, Eric Spoerl, Noah Tanzi, Madison Tomandl, and Sage Voyles, De Pere; Corinne Charapata, Savannah Krznarich, Rachel Rabas, and Karly Skaletski, Denmark; Maya Alvarado, Paige Anderson, Haley Arellano, Riley Arneson, Nerissa Behnke, Sarah Bock, Alexa Bors, Craig Brecheisen, Adam Budzinski, Lucas Bukowski, Emilie Bunker, Brittany Burkart, Morgan Cain, Morgan Christensen, Dennis Christoff Jr, Blake Cieslewicz, Jordan Cioni, Clayton Coenen, Stephen Cole, Ryan Curtice, Jared DeBaker, Emily DeLaurelle, Marina Delbecchi, Emily Deyo, Bailey Deyoung, Michael Erb, Alix Everson, Austin Funnell, Aygul Garryyeva, Nathaniel Giese, Karen GonzalezAlvarez, Mya Gore, Ally Gorenchan, Ryan Goretski, Sidney Grady, Nicole Grahn, Kelsey Hanke, Brooke Harmon, Cassandra Haupt, Peyton Hilbert, Britney Hirsch, Morgan Homme, Michael Hughes, Abigail Jones, Lyn Kay, Alexandria Keiler-Klein, Muriel King, Morgan Klein, Jasmyn Kleinhans, Matthew Knoke, Nathan Knutson, Logan Kruse, Crystal Kunesh, RemiAnn Lade, Crystal Lambrecht, Cole Lamers, Michael Lance, Annette Lorenz, Jacob Marifke, Adalia Marshall, Edith Mendez, Sierra Miller, Jessica Milligan, Elijah Mojzych, Beyonce Moua, Hope Neuens, Allison Nitti, Hannah Niven, Maxwel Nooyen, Matthew O’Day, Aziru Onama, Bryce Oysti, Matthew Pasterski, Rebecca Petasek, Jesse Peterson, Jason Pino, Brooke Poarch, Daniel Powers, Larry Reyes, Megan Roshak, Jasmine Sanchez, Emily Sawall, Katie Schultz, Hailey Schunke, Cassee Schuyler, Courtney Schwartz, Megan Servais, Zoi Sherolli, Benjamin Sollberger, Mandi Spicer, Canaan Szoszorek, Xavier Terrien, Jacob Thiel, Ryan Thieme, Abigail Thyssen, Elizabeth Thyssen, Nolan Torres, Lindsey Touchinski, Eliane Toyota, Marissa VanBoxtel, Tswjfwmeng Vang, Tonissa VerHaagh, Aria Vigil, Rowan Voskuil, Kayde Warm, Benjamin Wendorf, Jordan Westfall, Nolan Wills, Audrey Wilson, Madison Winchell, Carl Woitekaitis, Angel Wolske, Kiana Xiong, Mai Xiong, JouLee Yang, Deanna Yashinsky, and Daniel Zarazinski, Green Bay; Zoe Dobberpuhl and Whitney Wasmuth, Greenleaf; Kylie Rieder, Hobart; Carly Flunker, Janine McDonald, and Quinn Thompson Jr, Howard; Joseph Cain II, Wynona Ly, Brady Reinhard, Jasper Rosenau, Renae VandenPlas, Emily Wuest, and Jordyn Zehms, New Franken; Kennedy Ebert, Will Ernst, Wascar Espinal, and Marty Prahl, Oneida; Elizabeth Courchaine, Annika Kochaver, Marcus Malewiski, Autumn Rettke, and Amanda Rosado, Pulaski; Tyler Andrews, Breanna Conrad, Alyssa Doelger, Nicholas Gazza, Jessica Georgia, Emily Hansen, Sarah Hart, Candace Hoch, and Michaela Schommer, Suamico; and Sarah Nelson, Wrightstown.
Buffalo — Emily Bork, Cochrane.
Calumet — Ava DeGroot, Julie Larsen, Megan Reinke, and Alexis Sabel, Appleton; Kelly Krebsbach and Victoria Wollersheim, Chilton; Katharina Keller, Forest Junction; Lilliana Schmitz and Justin Stephany, Kiel; Eric Walters and Tabatha Zwicky, Menasha; Ashley Black and Elleigh Casper, New Holstein; and Jacquie Hodkiewicz, Sherwood.
Chippewa — Tabitha Sikora, Cadott; Jessica Eisenreich and Meghan Poulter, Chippewa Falls.
Clark — Vanessa Koopman, Loyal; Noah Henchen and Malory Zickert, Neillsville.
Columbia — Elsie McElroy, Cambria; Megan Boettcher, Columbus; Lilianna Jones and Caleb Slotten, Fall River; Caitlyn Hibner and Cecelia Limmex, Portage; Brett Siedschlag, Poynette; and Kimberly Krueger, Wisconsin Dells.
Crawford — Kylie Heisz, Gays Mills.
Dane — Jarrett Sutton, Deerfield; Lauren Shorter, Fitchburg; Benjamin Gilles, Sabrina Sodermark, and Grace Welch, Madison; Abigail Harrington and Ryan Johnson, Mc Farland; Chloe Chatfield, Oregon; Kallie Knueppel, Verona; and Kate Vanderhoef, Waunakee.
Dodge — Alexander Coats, Nicholas Jansen, and Ashley Kulka, Beaver Dam; Sarah Miller, Juneau; Sheila Weninger, Rubicon; Faith Klein, Watertown; Elizabeth Asmus and Mariah Vielbaum, Waupun.
Door — Ashley Delfosse and Rachel Malcore, Brussels; Jennifer Vandertie, Forestville; Isabelle Austgen and Payton Pluff, Sister Bay.
Dunn — Erica Kinnard, Menomonie.
Eau Claire — Makenna Vatland, Altoona; Karsten Cowan, Shianne Draganowski, Jonathan Pehler, and Tanya Schmitz, Eau Claire.
Fond Du Lac — Allison Geerdts, Fairwater; Connor DeCoster, Fond Du Lac; Bennett Feudner and Jena Krueger, Fond du Lac; Mia Blatz, Mount Calvary; Michael Oliva, North Fond du Lac; Kayla Russ, Oakfield; and Dylon Pokorny, Waupun.
Forest — Hope Dewing, Jeanine Fisher, and Jordan Kalata, Crandon; and Jasmine Hanson, Wabeno.
Grant — Katelyn Wiegel, Boscobel; and Samantha Vondrum, Lancaster.
Green — Gabriella Hutchins, Brooklyn.
Green Lake — Austin Johnson, Berlin.
Iowa — Bricken Brown, Barneveld.
Iron — Mariah Sejbl and Jenna Thompson, Hurley.
Jackson — Laura Hefty, Hixton.
Jefferson — Kyra Christensen, Cambridge; Alyssa Hannam and Hailey Wallendal, Fort Atkinson; Lydia Downey and Lauren Felder, Lake Mills; Marissa Wackett, Watertown; and David Nehlsen, Whitewater.
Juneau — Ryan Fisher, Camp Douglas; and Hannah David, New Lisbon.
Kenosha — Adelia Mahaffee, Burlington; Adelle Capp and Miranda Rios, Kenosha; Kayla Cox, Pleasant Prairie; Siera Sieberth, Salem; and Keegan Destree, Twin Lakes.
Kewaunee — Maria Iwen, Alexa Jenerjohn, Hunter Paplham, Haleigh Pavlat, Avery Robinson, Ashley Salzsieder, Melissa Srnka, and Breanna Vandermause, Algoma; Travis Boulanger and Brittany Schmelzer, Casco; Samantha Giltner and Stephanie Pribyl, Denmark; Carissa Crawford, Kassidy Smidel, and Katarina Stojanovic, Kewaunee; Mackenzie Junio, Colton Koss, Isaiah Ledvina, Laura Ledvina, Erin Liebeck, Baylee Nelis, Ruth Olson, Alexis Paye, Cassie Schiltz, Danae Srnka, Cullen VanKirk, and Hunter VandeWater, Luxemburg.
La Crosse — Maggie Maxwell, Holmen; Ashlyn Arneson, Jennifer Buchholtz, Alicia Krause, and David McDonald, La Crosse; and Kiana Euler, Rockland.
Langlade — Kira Ashbeck and Cassie Wiegert, Antigo.
Lincoln — Emily Erickson, Merrill.
Manitowoc — Benjamin Thom, Cato; Amber Honnef, Denmark; Jacalyn Crom, Madelyn Faust, and Harrison Thiry, Kiel; Whitney Andrastek, Alexandria Brey, Emma Burbey, Kurt Duzeski, Tiffany Duzeski, Lindsay Dvorachek, Ashlyn Dymerski, Anna Emme, Kylie Forster, Aries Goin, Shea Grosshuesch, Bryce Hopkins, Grace Kolb, Jordon Lawrenz, Emma Leiterman, Jozlyn Michalek, Caroline Ogongo, Bailey Rhodes, Ariana Rutherford, Sonya Sinkula, Alexis Thompson, Taylor Walesh, Emily Weinberger, Allie Willmas, Zoua Xiong, Krystina Yang, and Kennedy Zittel, Manitowoc; Kelly Aldrich and Laura Duescher, Maribel; Stephanie Bressler, Kyra Rahmlow, Savannah Siders, Taylor Tushoski, and Jordan Wolfe, Mishicot; Melissa Jeske, Newton; Noah Oltmanns, Reedsville; Amy Cerkas, Clayton Denis, Breana Fallon, Galena Jacquart, Alivia Juul, Taylor Schreiber, Elizabeth Tulachka, and Andrew Willis Sr, Two Rivers; Peter Lindemann, Brooke Schuler, and Aidann Woodcock, Valders; Jacob Gomm and Haley Kautzer, Whitelaw.
Marathon — Tyler Kunze, Abbotsford; Kylie Linke, Hatley; Mackenzie Longdo, Marathon; Kaylee Hollatz, Stratford; Savannah Schemenauer and Misty Wolff, Wausau; Lisa Gouthro and Rachel Sankey, Weston.
Marinette — Olivia Schramm, Amberg; Megan Seefeldt, Coleman; Zachary Walters, Allison Wuensch, and Jenna Wuensch, Crivitz; Jared Knutson, Fence; Serenity Block, Athena Cross, Emily DeForge, Delaney Johnson, Kody Klumb, Kyle Klumb, Mariah McDonough, Connor Nelson, Heather Noel, Eric Powers Jr, and Abby Wingender, Marinette; Kayla Hesseling and Cloey Schiefelbein, Pembine; Kennedy Chmela and Delanie Schroeder, Peshtigo; Rachel Gamelin, Porterfield; Darius Jennings and Averie Menger, Wausaukee.
Marquette — Molly Soda, Princeton.
Menominee — Santana Komanekin, Keshena.
Milwaukee — Julia Schultz, Franklin; Deanna Schneider, Greenfield; Josephine Sielen and Kongcheng Thao, Milwaukee; Megan Drzadinski, Chance Kangas, and Ciera L’Huillier, Oak Creek; Ashley Weber, South Milwaukee; Krystle Henry and Hannah King, West Allis.
Monroe — Brooke Bakken, Sparta.
Oconto — Mallory Allen, Mara Allen, and Kyle Stoll, Abrams; Katelyn Krueger, Coleman; Michaela Suess, Krakow; Berkley Dolata and Alayna Peterson, Lena; Landon Garsow, Little Suamico; Desirae Hurning and Ahlana Saray, Oconto; Rebecca Fowler, Oconto Falls; Courtney Fischer, Pound; Charity Meier and Taigan Piper, Sobieski; and Preston Fischer, Suring.
Oneida — Ayla Mollen and Cora Mollen, Lake Tomahawk.
Outagamie — Amanda Baptist, Daysi Casillas, Anna Cudney, Taylor Dahlen, Kimberly Davis, Zachary Derks, Leslie Draheim, Mariah Gamez, Nathan Gebert, Kristin Havel, Carsen Lecapitaine, Isabella McNichols, Tiffany Paalman, Erin Payne, Christopher Pritzl, Courtney Rammer, Soundarya Ritzman, and Ryan Truskowski, Appleton; Jacie Haas, Allison Hofacker, Michelle Hofacker, and Noah Scott, Black Creek; Josiah Morell and Nicholas Paustian, De Pere; Kristina Haas and Paul St.Aubin, Greenville; McKenzie Rasmussen, Hortonville; Brooke Biese, Shiloh Jones, Gretchen Ortner, Sarah VanderHeiden, James VanderWyst, and Christian Worzalla, Kaukauna; Mark Driessen and Janelle Fisher, Little Chute; Brett Birling and Christopher Much, New London; Adriana Chacon and Patricia Schevers, Oneida; Zachary Potter, Seymour; Karissa Anderson and Cynthia Goetz, Shiocton.
Ozaukee — Kira Boehnlein, Emily Duschene, Haven Lanser, Kristen Paulus, and Elizabeth Stemwell, Belgium; Lauren Miller, Cedarburg; Liberty Abegglen, Fredonia; Bailee Ramon, Mequon; and Evelynn Ehrlich, Port Washington.
Pepin — Hannah Prissel, Durand.
Portage — Samantha Saloun, Plover; Natasha Ockwig, Rosholt; Annette DesRosiers, Nathaniel Disher, Kayla Lass, Kendra Lepper, Hannah Walsh, and Brianna Zimmerman, Stevens Point.
Price — Ashley Casey and Jacinda Pritzl, Park Falls.
Racine — Kayla Underhill, Racine; and Cameron Prailes, Waterford.
Rock — Lauren Schaefer and Stormy Staskal, Beloit; Haley-Jo Whiteaker, Evansville; Olivia Heilman and Norah Swenson, Janesville; Jasmine Brown and Morgan Darr, Milton.
Saint Croix — Rebecca Peterson, Glenwood City; and Allyson Nelson, Roberts.
Sauk — Symphanie Lynch, Baraboo.
Shawano — Elizabeth Rustick, Birnamwood; Colton Anderson, Haley Kordus, Makenna Kordus, and Ashlyn Schnell, Bonduel; Brooke Breitrick, Bowler; Emily Krause, Clintonville; Eric Schmidt, Gresham; Moriah Griesbach, Pulaski; Brinley Kowalkowski, Addison Lewis, and Neva Vogt, Shawano; and Emily Moderson, Tigerton.
Sheboygan — Emily Ellenbecker and Hannah Schaub, Cascade; Tyler Kraus, Cedar Grove; Amber DeAmico and Jade Henschel, Elkhart Lake; Olivia Fredrick, Heather Fry, Samantha Kaesermann, McKayla Kertscher, Samuel Malliet-Leonard, and Elizabeth Weber, Howards Grove; PeterJesse Bustos, Dax Havens, and Joshua LaPean, Kohler; Elizabeth Heinen, Zachary Riddiough, Alec Wisse, and Trevor Wisse, Oostburg; Hannah Coppersmith, Plymouth; Rachel Allen and Abigail Smith, Random Lake; Taunaleah Ballard, Kelsi Engelhardt, Gabrielle Enriquez, Christian Gartner, Isabel Gosse, Anna Grobschmidt, Lucas Haen, Evan Hesselink, Janos Kisvari, Ashley Loebel, Robert Malanick, Sydney Mayer, Bailey Menzer, Hannah Mohoric, Lorrigan Puls, Danielle Rice, Lilith Riemer, Betty Rose-Ackley, Alicia Santana, Gabrielle Scheuren, Dylan Schmidt, Natalie Schmidt, Benjamin Vergunst, and Emma Wilson, Sheboygan; Shannon Boldt, Morgan Johanning, Brianna Kleckner, Emma Luedtke, Autumn Pitz, and Brianna VanWyk, Sheboygan Falls.
Taylor — Brendan Borman, Abby Schultz, and Kaleb Voight, Medford.
Vilas — Nicholas Bolte, Eagle River.
Walworth — Lauren Russell, Burlington; Maribel Cortel, Darien; and Mai Cheng, Whitewater.
Washington — Theresa Burakowski, Hartford; Cassandra Schneiker, Jackson; Allyssa Rueth, Slinger; Keanna Erikson, Kendra Fieweger, Alexandria Harmatys, and Madelynn Majewski, West Bend.
Waukesha — Hope Horne, Dousman; Mackenzie Antos, Eagle; Lana Kling and Abigail Lechner, Menomonee Falls; Nathan Clemens, Mukwonago; Brenna Nicholson, Keely Palmer, and Amanda Wittbrot, Muskego; Emily Larson, Nashotah; Jordan Arthur, New Berlin; Victoria Krcmarik and Amanda O’Malley, Oconomowoc; Nicole Palmersheim, Pewaukee; April Bub, Sydney Gang, Ethan James, and Madison Sagen, Waukesha.
Waupaca — Doniven Coenen, Madelyn Didier, Savannah Harbath, Tarah Malotky, Rebecca VanAsten, and Holden Young, Clintonville; Wesley Jones, Iola; Kylie Rosenau, Manawa; Myah Henderson and Haley Lewallen, New London; Madelyn Nelson, Scandinavia; Mackenzie Morey, Waupaca; and Amanda Loehrke, Weyauwega.
Waushara — Hannah Bunde, Wautoma; Faith Klick, Samuel Langenfeld, and James Marker, Wild Rose.
Winnebago — Katelyn Koval, Larsen; Madeline Brown, Kimberly Cypert, Melissa Day, and Kayla Erickson, Menasha; Brittany Bechard, Chloe Bigalke, Brenna Helms, Nikki Messick, Tatiana Monterrosa, McKenna Seegers, and Isabel Taubel, Neenah; William Arps and Jaden Moore, Omro; Alexus Berndt, Jacob Derenne, Sydney Levy, Taylor Reichow, and Francesca Sakschek, Oshkosh.
Wood — Marissa Spatz, Auburndale; Brant Hall and Gwen Moffett, Nekoosa; Seth Frizzell, Cassandra Joosten, and Liesl Sigourney, Wisconsin Rapids.

Other States

Alaska — Allegra Glynn, Eielson AFB; and Kyler Hall, Fort Wainwright.
Arizona — Jenna Vaaler, Sierra Vista.
California — Ashlee Lamason, Redondo Beach. Savanna Hayes, Lake Forest. Victoria Wittenbrock, Chino Hills. Megan Fuhrmann and Victoria Lema, El Cajon.
Florida — CharlesEdward Canales, Jacksonville.
Illinois — Christina Yanku, Lemont; and Ashley Sledge, Matteson. Nicholas Heitman, Aurora; and Alexis Weisser, Elmhurst. Brooke Wintlend, Freeport. Marissa Mertens, Washington. Natalie Osterhaus, Chadwick.
Indiana — Crystal Guzman, Saint John. Rebecca Radtke, Hebron.
Iowa — Emily Murphy, Burlington. Ellie Foster, Dike. Anna Liu, Des Moines.
Kansas — Jay Strieby Jr, Cummings. Logan Johnsen, Louisburg.
Michigan — Lexi Winling, Gladstone. Emily Nelson, Iron Mountain. Samantha Monette, Chassell. Jamie Child, Iron River. Madelyn Davies, Daggett; Jacob Anglehart, Brittany Daigneault, Natalie Delgoffe, Kendell Klatt, Cassidy MacArthur, and Danielle Pape, Menominee; Caitlin Christophersen, Hannah Rice, and Sarah Williams, Stephenson.
Minnesota — Jasmine Hegewald, Barnesville. Lyndsey Robson, Burnsville. Jessica Hanson, Minnetrista; and Maria Schoening, Plymouth. Abrahm Hill, Rochester. Mikayla Hansen, Elk River. Shad Kraftson, Bayport; McKenzie Thompson, Hastings; and Ciana Fragnito, Oakdale.
New Jersey — Kevin Cela, Wallington.
Ohio — Shannon Coughlin, Oregon.
South Dakota — Rylee Boyd, Sioux Falls.
Washington — Tanya Hagar, Tumwater.

International

Austrailia — Michael McDougall, Perth.
Candada — Alexandra Zakutney, Ottawa.
Germany — Paul Mues, Wolfen.
Spain — Didac SilvaAlcoba, Amposta; and Carlos Bal, Lugo.

High Honors

Wisconsin

Ashland — Wyatt Berglund and Emma Guderian, Ashland.
Barron — Whitley Harelstad, New Auburn; Courtney Sharp, Samantha Soley, and Reyna Stone, Rice Lake.
Brown — Gage Beck and Ryan Krumrei, Allouez; Ryan Lange, Ashwaubenon; Makayla Alexander, Jordan Barnes, Stephanie Bauer, Megan Beining, Hannah Blom, Jeryn Daggs, Brandon Destache, William Durand, Anthony Ehnerd, Erik Elliott, Daniel Ericksrud, Mason Gevers, Mercy Gichobi, Zachary Goblisch, Tyler Gottfredsen, Sara Haen, Kara Hurst, Ryan Kroll, Carolyn LaTour, Riannon LeCaptain, Alexander Litt, Julian Lyerly, Jennifer Maruszczak, Kimberly McAuliffe, Brady Nelson, Jazmyn Parrett, Brianna Rehn, Carly Richards, Conner Schaeuble, Derreck Sengkhammee, Aurora Simonnet, Emily Song, Dalaney Steger, Emily Swagel, Jacob Thiem, Megan VanCamp, Morgan VanderLoop, and Samantha Williams, De Pere; Kendra Mraz, Denmark; Nada Abdi, Nasteho Abdi, Lauryn Albaugh, Troy Amond, Elizabeth Arvey, Hannah Asplund, Hannah Badillo-Beyer, Morgan Baerenwald, Griffin Baierl, Britney Benjamin, Brett Betters, Andrea Bidwell, Nicole Blaschke, Benjamin Boettcher, Shelby Borchers, Cheri Branham, Jaime Bries, Mackenzie Brown, Josephine Bruss, DeNae Bube, Ryan Buergi, Lauren Bushmaker, Ashley Buzaitis, Ryan Carter, Jacob Chastain, Keith Christnot, Madeline Cichocki, Alora Clark, Noah Cody, McKenzie Coppo, Elsa Corona, Matthew Courchaine, Roger Craven, Briana Cubito, Divyansh Dave, Nathaniel DeJardin, Amy DeMaio, Annebelle Dennis, Annissa Derbique, Alayna Derricks, Kira Doman, Alyssa Dufrane, Regan Earney, Teanna Fultz, Colin Glowinski, Kevin Gonzalez, Abigayle Gorjance, Ellie Goss, Marianna Grimaldo, Victoria Grimm, Christopher Gromowski, Jacqueline Guzman, Molly Gwitt, Janessa Halverson, Emma Harrill, Erin Havela, Emmy Heesacker, Abigail Heil, Jaime Hernandez, Angelina Hindsley, Megan Hoffman, Rebecca Hoffmann, Noah Huckins, Emily Jadin, Nathaniel Jarvey, Alexander Johnson, Morgan Johnson, Tiana Johnson, Austin Kallies, Rahmo Kassim, Ivan Kieler, Halle Kirchner, Kaitlin Klein, Bruce Kong, Peyton Koppenhaver, Kara Krueger, Travis Lambert, Chloe Ledvina, Connor Ledvina, Courtney Ledvina, Amandah Lee, Thania Lee, Hannah Luedke, Emily Macco, Rachel Massey, Hunter McGowan, Cynthia Meier, KimOanh Meltz, Leslie Mendoza, Michelle Mironovich, Taylor Mischo, Tyler Monosa, Samantha Myers, Karen NavarroAcosta, Janet Peaches, Ryan Peerenboom, Carlos PerezMartinez, Benjamin Phillips, Emily Pingel, Emilie Pludeman, Tyrone Powell, Ryan Pyatt, Joshua Quaintance, Brooklynn Rasner, Nicole Redard, Michael Rose, Nicholas Rouse, Marianna Sadownikow, Meghan Sanders, Nicholas Sanok, Matthew Schiltz, Kara Schneeberger, Amanda Schneider, Luke Schneiderwent, Emily Schnell, Blake Seppel, Ryan Simonar, Nicole Slusarek, Ella Sobieck, Hunter Sorensen, Brady Stanzel, Lucas Stieber, Katie Stordeur, Hannah Stroede, Carly Sturdivant, Madysen Thayse, Austin Townsend, Rachael Trevan, Samantha Turensky, Alyssa Ulry, Fatima Umar, Erika Valentine, Carmen VanLanen, Lachia Vang, Pakou Vang, Victor Vang, Melissa Veloon, Katelynn Warpinski, Haley Weis, Joshua Wilger, Kyle Wisniewski, Kayla Worachek, Yer Xiong, Mackenzie Zambon, and Aili Zirkle, Green Bay; Hannah Kugler, Marina Oliver, Carly Reynders, Alaina Theis, Hayley Verbeten, Leah Voster, Jake Wesner, and Brittany ZamudioNunez, Greenleaf; Aaron Fugate, Rachel Hays, Kelly Schmitz, and Elizabeth Walder, Hobart; Kylie Cumber and Jordan Ogren, Howard; Josephine Hinderman, Kaukauna; Dylan Dahlke, Luxemburg; Alexus Burich, Gabrielle Frankow, and Amanda Smith, New Franken; Olivia Jacobs, Paige Pecho, Hunter Roskom, and Alexis Sommers, Pulaski; Ayanna Aberly, Thomas Ashley, Elizabeth Blindauer, Kelly Brunner, Anna Carstens, Anna Fleming, Kelsey Harrison, MacKenzie Hoffman, and Jenna Savona, Suamico.
Buffalo — Isabella Schmidtknecht, Buffalo City.
Calumet — Lauren Bischel, Appleton; Haillee Fritsch, Breanna Geiger, Dylan Mentzel, Katarina Meyer, Ian Moehr, and Mariana Vargas,
Brillion; Gabrielle Funk and Carly Schaffer, Hilbert; Stephanie Servia, Menasha; Lindsey Casper, Lauren Schwaller, and Kaitlyn Watson, New Holstein; and Samantha Stanick, Potter.
Chippewa — Ashli Fox, Chippewa Falls.
Clark — RaeAnne Heier, Abbotsford; Zachary Needham, Chili; Cassandra Elmer, Greenwood; and Rayle Winegarden, Neillsville.
Columbia — Lauren Blumenthal and Bryce Miller, Columbus; Jacob Kercher, Pardeeville; Lillian Harkins and Melissa Trago, Portage; Kameron Jennings, Poynette; and Noah Samuelsen, Rio.
Crawford — Caitlyn Stevenson, Gays Mills; and Lauren Kennedy, Prairie du Chien.
Dane — Thomas Rathert, Cottage Grove; Elizabeth Horner, Deforest; Samantha Bartkowiak and Caitlin Curtis, Madison; Kye Zanto, Mc Farland; Kiersten Cassidy and Victoria Kalscheur, Mount Horeb; Daniel Hill, Sauk City; Madison Faust, Natasha Flaten, and Stephanie Gander, Sun Prairie.
Dodge — Angelique Dambruch, Madison Jansen, Zachary Kulka, and Brienna Landsness, Beaver Dam; Jacob Dabringer, Brownsville; Presley Litterick, Horicon; Jadin Justman, Iron Ridge; Ashley McLain, Juneau; Grace LaBatte, Lomira; Alexandra Liegl, Grace Prust, Tasha Rusch, and Matthew Schellinger, Mayville; Paul Gruenwald, Reeseville; Hayden Schultz, Watertown; and Kaitlyn Schwanke, Waupun.
Door — Alan Malcore, Brussels; Jolie Fitzgerald and Nadeen Wassel, Ellison Bay; Bailey Tlachac, Forestville; Kara Caldecott and Christopher Lorona, Sister Bay; Alexis Beck, Kyle Chaudoir, Stephanie Goetz, Michelle GonzalesCarmona, Kelly Lewens, Leah McCormick, Alysha Nelson, Amanda Plaszkiewicz, and Jadacey Teska, Sturgeon Bay; and Alexzander Johnson, Washington Island.
Douglas — Sadie Hunter, Superior.
Dunn — Alexa Holden, Downing; and Ethan Pawlak, Elk Mound.
Eau Claire — Kira Shiffer, Altoona; Olivia Gump and Renee Sommer, Eau Claire.
Florence — Anne Nanninga, Florence.
Fond Du Lac — Kayla Toivonen, Campbellsport; Taylin St.Mary, Eden; Carter Crowley, Abby Freismuth, Nicole Krueger, and Annie Skorupa, Fond du Lac; Abigail Lefeber and Griffin Schneider, Malone; Mikayla Koopikka, North Fond Du Lac; Layne Neuenfeldt, Ripon; Kayla Schwebke and Brittany Wiese, Rosendale; and Megan Jandre, Saint Cloud.
Forest — Navada Peterson, Crandon.
Grant — Zea Miller, Blue River; Noah Lakeman, Dickeyville; and Hypatia Fitzsimons, Platteville.
Green — Alexandra Lent, Albany; Kajen Medenwaldt and Kylie Schafer-Perkins, Brodhead; and Conner Meyer, Monroe.
Green Lake — Benjamin Denk, Markesan.
Jackson — Madeline Bergerson and Madison Markee, Black River Falls.
Jefferson — Benjamin Dresdow, Fort Atkinson; Emma Hans, Jefferson; Evan Holzhueter, Waterloo; Alek Lapp and Collin Travis, Watertown; and Justin Brantmeier, Whitewater.
Juneau — Stephanie Quick, New Lisbon.
Kenosha — Justin Ferkin, Miranda Leboeuf, and Madison Zapata, Kenosha; and Elizabeth Gorka, Salem.
Kewaunee — Cassandra Dart, Elizabeth McClure, Madelyn McCosky, and Emilie Miller, Algoma; Abigail Hanmann, Madison Hanmann, and Rebecca VandenLangenberg, Casco; Kiara Ayotte, Denmark; Michelle Carlson and Austin Srnka, Kewaunee; Ashley Dax, Austin Jerabek, Alison Miceli, Maddison Mleziva, Dacoda Shore, Owen Simonar, and Destiny Zellner, Luxemburg.
La Crosse — Kyle Hansen, La Crosse; Lily Neumeister and Emily Zilliox, Onalaska.
Lafayette — Kayla Paulson, Argyle; Payton Heinberg, Darlington; and Alexis Redfearn, Shullsburg.
Langlade — Grant Meeks, Jena Nonnenmacher, and Marnie Umland, Antigo; Kaitlyn Paulsen and Kelli Paulsen, Summit Lake.
Manitowoc — Kayla Witak, Kellnersville; Emily Baus and Amanda Hartlaub, Kiel; Joshua Arndt, Ian Behringer, Camden Dufek, Elizabeth Emmert, Alexandra Hang, Lauren Holzinger, Alexandra Jirikowic, Dylan Johnston, Emily Klink, Brittany Kostichka, KaZoua Kue, Jesse Kuehl, Jasmine LeClair, Eli Maedke, Logan Maedke, Aidan Markwardt, Savory McGee, Andrew Miller, Emily Miller, Vansana Moua, Cameron Mueller, Sebastian Nienow, Beatrice Ojuang Sr, Ryan Pankratz, Matthew Pawlowski, Aaron Reel, Erin Reinke, Mikayla Riemer, Corbin Robley, Justin Steinbecker, Eryn Stuebs, Amber Tienor, Jonathan Trestik, Pajyeebnisha Vang, Brandon Wachowski, and Chengleng Xiong, Manitowoc; Leah Hansen, Maribel; Sierra Siders, Mishicot; Laura Mueller, Newton; Luke Oltmanns and Josette Ott, Reedsville; Stephannie Blish, Travis Hacker, Kristopher Kanzenbach, Alyssa Katerski, Leah Klansky, Elise Miller, Sarah Nowak, Brianna Taylor, Alexis VanderBloomen, and Jenifer Wallner, Two Rivers; Olivia Pitz and Jacob Pritchard, Valders.
Marathon — Autumn Schreiner, Abbotsford; Marisa Evert, Colby; Griffin Magee, Eland; Morgan Durst, Kronenwetter; Jade Holtz, Mosinee; Dorene Sanchez and Hannah Winkels, Weston.
Marinette — Peyton Deering, Coleman; Taylor Bemis, Krystal Hughes, and Kershaw Stumbris, Crivitz; Courtney Anderson, McKenna Berth, Garrett Crowe, Cerina Grawey, Alex Nemetz, Jacob Norman, Elizabeth Paul, Stephanie Plotzeck, Braden Slater, and Mckenzie Sulk, Marinette; Madison Bjorkman, Niagara; Meghan Finger, Keith Rose, Olivia Smith, Conner Tuthill, Kailyn Wiegman, and Angelique Wink, Peshtigo; Allison Zorn, Porterfield; Sierra O’Mary and Natalie Schroeder, Wausaukee.
Milwaukee — Courtney Matschke and Sydney Pierangeli, Franklin; Prasanthika Fernando, Glendale; Kaitlyn Zbichorski, Greenfield; Eleanor Bingheim, Rachel Kaschak, George Lor, Jada Patterson, and Linda Xiong, Milwaukee; Anthony Fenner, Morgan Johnson, Jarrod Kaczanowski, Cambrie Mangone, Nicholas Parkhill, Mary Stewart, Kennedy Tate, and Taylor Viertel, Oak Creek; Charlotte Berg, Shorewood; Marissa Fletcher and Megan Wandschneider, West Allis.
Monroe — Kristy Kurtz, Tomah.
Oconto — Madeline Dorn, Abrams; Raquel Riemer, Cecil; Jaylan Lauersdorf, Gillett; William Kosmal, Zachary Schwantes, and Blake VanVooren, Lena; Marlaina Baker, Cole Bertrand, Chantelle Marotz, and Kailey VanLanen, Little Suamico; Jacob Krueger, Caleb Pierucki, and Michael Schmidt, Oconto; Taylor Markiewicz and Samantha Strickland, Oconto Falls; Alana Barkemeyer, Hunter Hicks, and Jarrett Stewart, Sobieski; and Caleb Lally, Suring.
Oneida — Anna Schilling, Pelican Lake; Isabella Anderson, Carissa Belland, Kayla Crump, Nicholas Larson, Adam Mueller, and Connor Young, Rhinelander; and Kirsten Lotz, Tomahawk.
Outagamie — Martin Arteaga, Cassandra Bennett, Hallie Dix, Madelyn Fromm, Benjamin Heller, Kimberly Johnson, Cade Koschnik, Megan LaFleur, Jaeden Langenberg, Dalton Lehrer, Lori Meyer, Halie Nabbefeld, Makayla Neubert, Preben Rasmussen, Ismael Rios Munoz, Angel Vang, and Macie Wienke, Appleton; Carissa Salter and Amanda Shepard, Black Creek; Kelly House, De Pere; Riley Genke, Michael McGuire, and Emma Snyder, Freedom; Payton Belongia and James Kellerman, Greenville; Madelyn Fox, Hortonville; Alyssa Bowers, Sierra Collins, Cheyenne Fleming, Ciara Krowas, Grace Moore, Michaela Schaubroeck, and Julie VerVoort, Kaukauna; Mackenzie Fischer, New London; Haley Herwald, Oneida; Kayla Capwell, Peyton Dorn, Sadie Schinke, Hope Smith, Bobbi Steines, Alax Stylinson, Lydia Ullmer, Mackenzie Ullmer, and Riley Volkman, Seymour; Peyton Bauman and Carley Kriewaldt, Shiocton.
Ozaukee — Alexander Duquaine, Jessica Lybek, and Samantha Weiland, Belgium; Elena Hurley and Emily Switon, Cedarburg; Jenna Grandinetti, Grafton; Isabelle Maleki, Mequon; Luke Didier, Hannah McCartney, and Jacob Rogers, Port Washington.
Pierce — Brittney Ferkans, River Falls.
Polk — Isobel Koenig, Amery.
Portage — Emma Wallace, Almond; Stephanie Felland, Amherst; Aubrey Drohner, Plover; Callyn Diamond and Reese Eckenrod-Snyder, Stevens Point.
Racine — Lauren Caya, Jennifer Cruz, Carly Dow, Jared Stack, and Krysta Venegas, Racine; Jason DeBrabander and Rebecca Edwards, Union Grove.
Rock — Ryan Hallock, Joshua Sagona, and Muskaan Sokhey, Beloit; Alexis Miller, Brodhead; Hayden Barlass, Brooklyn; Derrick Masanz,
Edgerton; Brock Mackinnis and Angelica Nix, Janesville; Katherine Bloom and Marisa Campbell, Milton; and Stephanie Farrey, Whitewater.
Rusk — Katherine Lund, Sheldon.
Saint Croix — Kayla Moe, Emerald.
Shawano — Cassie Andraschko and Brooke Thiex, Birnamwood; Camryn Harland and Hannah Schmidt, Bonduel; Jada Waters, Bowler; Casey Patterson, Clintonville; Taylor Hoffman and DeeAnn Waupoose, Gresham; Maranda Brei and Amber Brown, Leopolis; James Sopata, Aaron Vang, Katelyn Walgurski, and Joanna Young, Pulaski; William Beaumier, Deyani Boelter, Mackenzie Dingeldein, Hannah Kadonsky, Olivia Pubanz, and Kaleigh Zoll, Shawano; and Nathaen Wanta, Tigerton.
Sheboygan — Alexis Schaub, Cascade; Elliot Depies and Haley Felsinger, Cedar Grove; Claire Feldmann, Paul Kobylorz, Ben Meiselwitz, Christopher Mueller, and Peyton Radloff, Elkhart Lake; Ashley McEathron and Sonia Schubert, Glenbeulah; Tyler Dvorachek, Aric Jump, Cassidy Kahl, Alyssa King, and Derek Schueler, Howards Grove; Alisha LaPean and Elise Vollmer, Kohler; Alyssa Hoftiezer, Kendra TeBeest, and Elisha Voskuil, Oostburg; Emma McKinch, George Sember, and Ashley Unruh, Plymouth; Marlena Ruege, Heather Saltzmann, and T. Schmidt, Random Lake; Andrew Bayona, Bennet Becker, Kaitlyn Becker, Carisha Bell, Amanda Chavez, Keith D’Amato, Emily Edson, Peggy Grimins, Allyson Haefke, Connor Hamann, Rebecca Hilbelink, Lindsey Kaat, Evelyn Khang, Klohie Kuehne, Alex Lee, Miranda Martin, Elijah Mayer, Ava Montanez, Sylvia Navarro, Arianna Phalen, Vanessa Sager, William Saykao, Zoe Scheuren, Matthew Schmeiser, Tyson Schuchardt, Amanda Schultz, Matt Seger, Rebecca Stewart, Sheng Thao, and Elizabeth Valdez, Sheboygan; Alyson Bennin, Noah Dailey, Deven Esparza, Kylie Gierach, James Massey III, Beth Sandvig, Brandon Senglaub, and Emily Szczepanski, Sheboygan Falls.
Taylor — Emma Schultz, Medford; and Haley Junker, Stetsonville.
Trempealeau — Amber Lambright, Blair.
Vernon — Travis Engh, Viroqua.
Vilas — Rachael Krupka, Bjorn Luebke, and Carisa Scanlon, Eagle River; Antonio Gutierrez and Carlos Gutierrez, Land O Lakes.
Walworth — Melissa Krueger, Darien; Emily Cartland, East Troy; and Angelina Hulman, Lake Geneva.
Washburn — Matthew Marcinske, Birchwood; and Tressa Lundsten, Hayward.
Washington — Cole Merkes, Allenton; Noelle Corona, Cedarburg; Abigail Belling, Priyanka Bharadwaj, Lauren Campbell, and Lauren Knisbeck, Hartford; Kylie Heling and Joslyn Mateo, Hubertus; Annelise Frank and Grace Merkt, Kewaskum; Kaylee Prange, Richfield; Nicole Blawat, Miriam Casper, Brittany Cassidy, Ashton-Brittany Choma, Nathan Craighead, Taylor Smith, and Bailey Sommerfeld, West Bend.
Waukesha — Emily Balfe and Bailey Manuel, Brookfield; Jessica Endries and Jacqlin Spredemann, Butler; Richard Perschon, Delafield;
Hannah Suarez, Dousman; Samuel Sternitzky, Elm Grove; Erin Palmeter, Hartland; Rachel Pierce and Caleb Smith, Menomonee Falls; Jacob Hess and Hailey Olson, Mukwonago; Makayla Skelton and Jamie Wahl, Muskego; Elissa Gilbertson, Nashotah; Sean O’Malley, Oconomowoc; Morgan Hanson and Erin Sherry, Pewaukee; Natalie Pena, Sussex; Cory O’Donnell, Maria Perez, Keaton Stremick, and Stefani VandeSand, Waukesha.
Waupaca — Chelsey Birling, Savannah Green, and Kelsey Keller, Clintonville; Ryan Schuelke, Manawa; Samantha Struzynski, Ogdensburg; Megan Treloar, Scandinavia; Alicia Pendergast and Brynn Rasmussen, Waupaca.
Waushara — Keara Topel, Wautoma.
Winnebago — Jack Burgess, Kobe Greeley, and Lindsey Michlig, Menasha; Marah Henning, Rachael Kinjerski, Breanne Klockzien, Andrea Long, McKennah Matulle, Olivia Nichter, Amanda Nickolai, Benjamin Ramaeker, Joanne Rupp, and Benjamin Schreiner, Neenah; Nathan Erck, Omro; Tatum Barlow, Kyle Flunker, Caitlin Hawley, David Loukidis, Nicholas Ruzek, Whitney Tank, Samantha Tavernier, and Caroline Thao, Oshkosh; Baylee Watson, Winneconne; and Charles Xiong, neenah.
Wood — Kendra Zieher, Arpin; Abby Pritzl and Danielle Wolf, Marshfield; Brianna Kemnitz, Benjamin Kramer, and Ryan Tautges, Wisconsin Rapids.

Other states

Illinois — Meghan Paluch, Des Plaines; and Alissa King, Schaumburg. AdrieneNuelle Agcaoili, Aurora; Addison Karmik, Downers Grove; and Grace Bradley, Lisle. Calli Gentry and Carolyn Hovious, Saint Charles. Anthony Williamson, Round Lake Beach. Joshua Johansen, Huntley. Nellie Sherrick, Normal. Kassidy Collins, Danville. Greta Thompson, Plainfield.
Winnebago — Christian Mahon, Loves Park; and James Johnson, Rockford.
Indiana — Daija Williams, Munster. Carissa Seying, Indianapolis.
Kansas — Renee Berak, Overland Park.
Michigan — Kaitlyn Lemerond, Wakefield. Kayli Daniels, Calumet. Alyssa Dominici, Caspian; and Kailee Abts, Iron River. Elizabeth VanWagnen, Jackson. Grace Miller, Chesterfield. Ethan Maule, Daggett; Brianne Burnett, Myah Camps, Chase Hafeman, Alexis Kaempf, Kayley Nelson, and Margaret Uecke, Menominee; and Breanne Bedgood, Stephenson. Toni Brooks, Oak Park.
Minnesota — Hailey Heckenlaible, East Bethel. Taylor Wolf, Waconia. Jacquilyn Rude, Brainerd. Grace Collier, Maple Grove. Allison Misialek, Vadnais Heights. Cullen Curnow, Duluth. Anna Eaton, New Prague. Jessica Matteson, Woodbury. Brandon Otten, Buffalo.
New Jersey — Emmanuel Akuamoa, Bordentown.
New York — Briana Kraus, Henrietta.
North Dakota — Olivia Lewis, Minot.
Tennessee — Robyn Krueger, Kingsport.
West Virginia — Lindsey Phares, Hurricane.

International

China — Zixiao Hu, Shenzhen.
Czech Republic — Patricia Gallasova, Prague 4.
Italy — Stefania Lazzaretto, Adria.
Malaysia — CharaTan, Kajang.
Mexico — Juan Albis, Puebla.
Sweden — Victor Forslund, Rimbo; Ruben Linden, Vaexjoe.
Ukraine — Iuliia Aleksieieva, Odesa.

Honors

Wisconsin

Adams — Hannah Glavin, Friendship.
Barron — Stephena Smith, Rice Lake.
Bayfield — Charlotte TenebriniSteckart, Cornucopia.
Brown — Adam Cizdyn, Jose Plascencia, Elizabeth Roseberry, and Kyle Willems, Ashwaubenon; MacKensie Bolssen, Bryce Borowski, Kory Brunette, Elisabeth Cody, Billy Collette, Jared Demro, Alison Dorn, Alex Farvour, Travis Friedrich, Abigail Gegare, Nicholas Guns, Myranda Heideman, Lauren Krainik, Charles Kriescher, Rachael Nickel, Bryan Osterberg, Kayla Pagel, Alexander Priebe, Austin Prien, Kelley Prince, Elizabeth Puishis, Aaliyah Ressler, Yeliannis ReyesTroche, Morgan Rommel, Timothy Ruminski, Justin Schmit, Madeline Stevens, Avery Streckert, Tyler VanLanen, Nathan Watermolen, and Peyton Waukau, De Pere; Isabella Brabant, Star Hanson, Celia Kolarik, Alexis Stein, Abbey Wanek, Hope Watzka, and Ryan Weinfurter, Denmark; Najma Abdi, Nimo Abdi, Ariana Abundiz, Tania Antonio, Jaelyn Arndt, Mckenna Arnoldi, Brittany Baneck, Nallely Berumen, Nathan Bliek, Charles Borabon, Kennedy Bowes, Talia Boyea, Lindsey Brosig, Emily Burger, Haley Cabanski, Johanna Cano, Maria Cohen, Nicholas Couillard, Creston Davison, RandiJo DeGrave, Ashley Deering, Heather Devillers-Heise, Teona Ditzman, Katherine Escandell, Aaron Ferkovich, Jeremiah Flanigan, Mason Flicek, Sierra Froemming, Madison Funmaker, Yolanda Garza, Damian Giannasi, Noah Gould, Natalie Grathen, Faith Gross, Maxwell Gustafson, Grecia Guzman, Taylor Hall, Mason Hendricks, Angel Henschel, KaZoua Her, Jacob Hillman, Charrey Honkanen, Isabelle Huempfner, Mark Jackson, Chase Jacobson, Megan Jones, Hannah Kampen, Ariel Kettenhoven, Harrison Kispert, Jackson Kispert, Madison Kudick, Hannah Kult, Raziel Lamas, Gabriella Langenhuizen, Bradley LeClair, Loschue Lo, Emily Lofdahl, Jared Longton, Karla Lopez Cardona, Trevor Loving, Megan Malkmus, Kelsey Margelofsky, Jackson Massey, Eric Mattos, Samantha Matuszewski, Madelyn McDermott, Justin McGuire, Kathryn McKenzie, Tyler McVane, Chloe Meeuwsen, Sophia Melotte, Joshua Mendez, Amanda Mercure, Jakub Mierzejewski, Tehya Miller, Taylor Molzahn, Amber Nash, Emily Nettesheim, GiaHuy Nguyen, Mason Nohr, Allison Novak, Alexia Oyer, Nicholas Palecek, Jared Peche, Jeremiah Phillippe, Bryant Phillips, Ally Piontek, Jesse Plascencia, Bryan Polarek, Michael Pomasl, Tyler Popp, Brianna Prevost, Ericka QuinonesColon, Melissa Reabe, Kendall Renard, Laurene Rottier, Kimberly Rouse, Michael Rymarcsuk III, Kristina Safford, Bennett Schmitz, Mitchell Schreiter, Kyle Servais, Jacob Shier, Rosalindae Siegfried, Lily Sinkler, Jordan Skaaland, Adam Smith, Jonathan Sollberger, Alex Sommercorn, Courtney Spain, Brett Stanzel, Jasmine Stiller, Skyler Strandberg, Bailey Strutz, ElizabethElisa Suarez, Mikaela Sullivan, Hunter Svoboda, Mads Thuestad, Breanna Tillman, Anthony Tomczak, Cassandra Tucker, Daniel Valadez, Alondra Valle, Abby VandenElzen, Cindy Vang, Neng Vang, Hunter-Rae Wendlandt, Amber Westergaard, Nathaniel Williams, Rebekah Witte, Calyn Wolfgram, Jeremiah Xiong, Mai Xiong, Wendy Xiong, Trifon Yanakiev, Thong Yang, Kyla Yeadon, Brittanie Young, Kamara Zeise, Christian Zeitler, Cameron Zenz, and Devin Ziegler, Green Bay; Sayde Nies, Kelsey Schenkus, Dylan Stokes, and Katelyn VandeHei, Greenleaf; Kailee Kryger, Hobart; Madeline Decker, Kelsey Gosse, and Sidney Williams, Howard; Cole Hammer and Marli Tanck, Luxemburg; Connor Boulanger, Naomi Campbell, Blake Nowak, Travis Squires, and Katherine VanBeek, New Franken; Emily Fecteau and Marcus Moss, Oneida; LeighAnn Binkowski, Allysin Booth, Lauren Hendzel, Savannah Mikle, Griffin Robaidek, Elizabeth Ullmer, Lindsey Winn, and Anastasiya Yelenchuk, Pulaski; Helena Bloohm, Isaac Caelwaerts, Ashley DeVoe, Daniel Haller, Caleb Hanson, Charles Nicla, Kali Savona, and Morgan Weihbrecht, Suamico; Vincent Bellantonio III, Ethan Kesler, and Brooke Schaut, Wrightstown.
Calumet — Cassandra Cooney, Appleton; Cory Aldrich, Jadyn Aldrich, Austin Mentzel, Emilie Popp, and Karly Woldt, Brillion; Addison Frank, Patrick Guerin, Maddrik Logemann, Jennifer Polzin, Dylan Radder, and Benjamin Savage, Chilton; Aaron Eichmeier, Madeline Halbach, and Sydnee Koenigs, Hilbert; Jordan Rempel, Kiel; Samuel Depies, Jaclyn Freund, and Bradley Schroeder, New Holstein.
Chippewa — Emma Urick, Bloomer; Sara Rogalski, Cadott; Caelan Givens and Jenna Schemenauer, Chippewa Falls; and Kaitlyn Tinberg, Jim Falls.
Clark — Lisa Smith, Granton.
Columbia — Matilda Petersen, Poynette; and Danielle Bagwell, Rio.
Crawford — Megan Walters, Wauzeka.
Dane — Bailey Gresch, Cross Plains; Georgi Stafslien, De Forest; Ryan Ramminger, Deforest; Isabella Curtin, Madison; Mari Mitchell, Monona; Alexis Gander, Sun Prairie; and Cassidy Ruchti, Verona.
Dodge — Caleb Deering and Taylor Roedl, Beaver Dam; McKayla Krenz, Burnett; Samuel Laude, Fox Lake; Lillian Kisch, Horicon; Mackenzie Klein, Lomira; Brenna Wolff, Theresa; Briaunna Konz and Samantha Rupprecht, Watertown; and Brandon Margelowsky, Waupun.
Door — Adrian Murre, Baileys Harbor; Christina Baudhuin and Alex Claflin, Brussels; Kerin Thiry, Casco; Samantha Olson and Anna Snell, Egg Harbor; Nicole Wassel, Ellison Bay; Noah Shabbit, Ephraim; Hunter Syers, Fish Creek; Ryan Claflin, Kayla Counard, Tyler Fox, and Trinity James, Forestville; Patrick Atwell and Stephanie Goethe, Sturgeon Bay.
Dunn — Alyssa Stuart, Boyceville; Emma Richardson, Menomonie; and Iris Shipley, Ridgeland.
Eau Claire — Keegan Dehnke, Taylor Kegen, Margaret Sauls, Mae Sommerfeld, and Kevin Xiong, Eau Claire.
Fond Du Lac — Mariah Warnecke, Campbellsport; Daniel Bestul, Kyle Malzhan, Olivia Salm, Bresa Vuittonet, and Eric Wuest, Fond du Lac; Aleksandr Gerhartz, Kewaskum; Ana Everson, Noah Koenigs, and Makayla Skelton, Malone; Abbigail Pflum, Rosendale; and Noah Knueppel, Waupun.
Grant — Tristan Kendrick, Fennimore; and Jeffrey Anderson II, Muscoda.
Green Lake — Carly Augustynowicz, Markesan.
Iowa — Paige Lee, Hollandale; and Payton Lawinger, Mineral Point.
Iron — Macensie Faller, Park Falls.
Jackson — Taylor Hertz, Hixton.
Jefferson — Kendra Moe, Waterloo; and Omar Gallegos, Watertown.
Kenosha — Zachary Lindahl, Cheverra Mullins, and Malynn Tarczewski, Kenosha; Haley Leadingham, Pleasant Prairie; Molly Grabarec and Emily Walter, Twin Lakes.
Kewaunee — Kara Anderson, Bryce Doperalski, Lindsey Jenerjohn, Kaitlyn Pichette, and Raymond Shaw, Algoma; Noah Hanmann and Allison Routhieaux, Casco; Bayley Melnarik, Denmark; Benjamin Kopetsky and Chelsey Wautelet, Kewaunee; Brooklyn Christoph, Griffin Geib, Julia Ihlenfeld, Isabelle Jeanquart, Autum Koller, and Brooklyn Simonar, Luxemburg.
La Crosse — Coua Xiong, Holmen.
Langlade — Madelynn Marvin and Hannah Nonnenmacher, Antigo; McKenzie Schroepfer and Kendall Smith, Bryant.
Lincoln — Camryn Swan, Tomahawk.
Manitowoc — Victoria Baiel, Cato; Susanna Lindemann, Cleveland; Madelynn Krueger, Collins; Brittany McNall, Kiel; Emily Bashaw, Monique Brandt, Courtney Braun, Dakota Graff, Tanner Hendrikse, Karissa Kopplinger, Rachael Krause, Alexa Malley, Isaiah Malley, Nicklas Manis, DominicDai Nguyen, Jennifer Pahmeier, Ashleigh Pratt, Jacob Puestow, Emily Reis, Maximilian Schoepp, Memphys Seizert, Camden Shulander, Oceanna Spencer, Ashley Steinmetz, Sadie Stiefvater, Alexandria Torgeson, Thomas Troyer, Garden Weber, Tria Xiong, and Cher Yang, Manitowoc; Brianna Bohm, Mishicot; Lindsay Wippermann, Newton; Heather Haberland and Gena Pekarske, Reedsville; JamiLynn Blachowski, Kevin Cisler II, Abby Fries, Tyler Hill, Brooke Payette, Kristin Wautier, Brandon Yankee, and Aneesha Zunker, Two Rivers; Autumn Bergene and Calli Christiansen, Whitelaw.
Marathon — Kolby Jensen, Dorchester; Tanner Dallman, Hatley; Danielle Jaeger and Oua Yang, Kronenwetter; Madigan Fuhrman, Marathon; Bradyn Free, Jocelyn Hamann, Diane Le, Brianna Schumacher, and Emerald Will, Mosinee; Kaylee Guldan, Stratford; Henry Allen, Alyssa Fritsche, Gendaya Walker, and Alissa Wolff, Wausau; Michael Marshall and Brittany Peissig, Weston.
Marinette — Sophia Wysocki, Armstrong Creek; Jakob Voss, Athelstane; Chloe Mongin, Coleman; Shane Bauer, Rebecca Sturm, Cheyenne Unferth, and Morgan VanLanen, Crivitz; Lindsey Albaugh, Kianna Bulin, Abigail Fendryk, Jason Hile, Hailey Miller, Paige Minton, Matthew Schweiger, and Madeline Torkko, Marinette; Ethan Blagec, Niagara; Brock Bero, Nicole Grom, Abigail Marquardt, Maya Plosczynski, and Marcus Sharkey, Peshtigo; and Jesse Meyer, Pound.
Marquette — Heidi Jenkins, Montello.
Menominee — Brooke Caldwell and Georgie Potts, Keshena.
Milwaukee — Zoe Betancourt and Taulant Matraku, Cudahy; Leslie Andrade, Myreon Gant, Hanette Kamanda, Mateusz Klakowski, Carly Klug, Cassandra Matte, and Eric Witkowski, Milwaukee; Alexis Gall, Jacob Klika, and Amanda Lucht, Oak Creek; and Kaitlyn Rhyner, River Hills.
Monroe — Megan Downing, Sparta.
Oconto — Dylan Miles, Abrams; Kendyl Sturm and Sheila Woodke, Gillett; Samuel Abegglen, Krakow; Jordyn Dolata, Emily Lange, and MiKayla Mahas, Lena; Sydney Rabe, Mountain; Christopher Beekman and Madalynn Meyer, Oconto; Natalie Olson and Josiah Schoen, Oconto Falls; Kylie Brunette, Pulaski; Hannah Behnke, Alexis-Julia Ragen, and Emily Schilling, Sobieski; and Tamara Erickson, Suring.
Oneida — Collin Quade, Arbor Vitae; Alyssa Kossack and Brieanna Nimsgern, Minocqua; Kiara Murphy, Pelican Lake; Lexis Morrison, Rhinelander; and Hailey Baumann, Three Lakes.
Outagamie — Emma Boocock, Ellie Brighum, Austin Devecchio, Eli Gartner, Jessica John, Garret Lambert, Michael Logemann, Meghan Maguire, Matthew Mitchell, Bernadette Pitlock, Mackenzie Ringer, Conor Ruffing, Draken Schneider, Evan Vandenberg, Ka Vang, and Nicole Xiong, Appleton; Erin Priebe, Black Creek; Brooke Bonnell, Vitaly Gerasimchuk, and Cameron VanCamp, Freedom; Trevor Jarosz and Tanisha VandenLangenberg, Greenville; Katelyn Fox, Evan Gilbert, Jaciana Keller, and Jacob Nackers, Hortonville; Lars Holtz, Taylor Rahn, Alexander Stewart, and Rayna Weyers, Kaukauna; Brooklynn Bauer, Aria Bevers, and Brittany Demro, Kimberly; Angela Lowe, Little Chute; Oliva Anda, New London; Autumn Webster, Oneida; Jaden Hauser, Ashley Lemmen, and Anthony Petersen, Seymour; and Caitlyn Pingel, Shiocton.
Ozaukee — Hailey Lanser, Belgium; Jacob Liebenstein and Abigail Tushman, Cedarburg; Keenan Leonard, Arionna Loughlin, Elise Lueck,
Brianna Pilarski, and Tanner Zentner, Grafton; Thomas Pasher, Mequon; Micah Meeks, Griffin Schaefer, and Miles Stimac, Port Washington; and Casey Izhiman, Prt Washingtn.
Polk — Rachael Poirier, Amery.
Portage — Anna Mally and Katelyn Svejda, Plover; Isabella Printz, Rosholt; Myranda Cherney and Anna Zajakowski, Stevens Point.
Racine — Guillermo Gomez Jr, Racine.
Richland — Nolan Moore, Richland Center.
Rock — Emily Hartje, Beloit; Marissa VanderKooi, Brodhead; Victor Hayek, Edgerton; Natalie Brown and Julia Hartwig, Janesville; and Lindsay Fanning, Milton.
Saint Croix — Cecelia Jensen, River Falls.
Sauk — Andrew Downing and Paige Splinter, Baraboo; and Emily Miller, Reedsburg.
Sawyer — Joseph Zimmer, Birchwood; and Donald Paul Jr, Winter.
Shawano — Kristi Hohensee, Aniwa; Faith Schmidt, Bonduel; Marissa Groshek, Eland; Ava Retzlaff and Kayla Ward, Gresham; Isaac Vandehei and Joel Vandehei, Krakow; Alyssa Dahlke, Kelly Holewinski, and Logan Lukasik, Pulaski; Alissa Jacoby, Megan Jessup, and Katlyn Zook, Shawano; and Eloise Williamson, Wittenberg.
Sheboygan — Colton Bitter, Cascade; Jacob Ferber, Nicholas Garside, Aaron Veldhorst, and Kaitlin Wieberdink, Cedar Grove; Bailey Kestell and Jaden Shepherd, Elkhart Lake; Mariah Kirsch, Justin Miller, Emily Schueffner, and Ryan Splittgerber, Howards Grove; Franki Formas and Ian Ruminski, Kohler; Edward Castillo, Jaxson Navis, Ashley Schinner, Justin Sonnentag, and Abby Wildman, Oostburg; Alexis Knight and Emily Radue, Plymouth; Katherine Drews, Iridiam Flores, Matthew Gruetzmacher, Abbey Martin, Trevor Maurin, Kylee Nguyen, Elliot Pethan, Nathan Post, Keegan Reinhart, Maria RodriguezBasabe, Kirsten Schellin, Kathryn Schuchardt, Autumn Smith, Destiny Vue, Nathan Williams, Erica Winter, Rose Xiong, and Vanessa Ziegler, Sheboygan; Seth Aschenbach, Sydney Federer, Davis Lesperance, Kennedy Riemer, Jordyn Rosso, Danielle VanEngen, and Dustin Yang, Sheboygan Falls; and Riley Mentink, Waldo.
Taylor — Hannah Baker, Gilman; Mckena Downey, Medford; Erin Probst and Lisa Schubert, Rib Lake.
Trempealeau — Tyes Balk, Strum.
Vernon — Macenzie Hanson, Ferryville.
Vilas — Jacob Borak and Jacob Trapp, Arbor Vitae; BethaLynn Bontrager, Eagle River; Tyler Kane, Land O Lakes; Joseph Misina, Saint Germain; and Josie Gardner, Sayner.
Washington — Brook Herbst, Allenton; Cassandra Kirkpatrick, Germantown; Haley Hagen, Kira Packard, and Megan Smith, Hartford; Alex King, Jackson; Adam Bunkelman, Kewaskum; Mason Amidon, Richfield; Destiny Kudelko, Ellie Scott, Kieran Secker, Callista Walsh,
Kelly Walters, and Kelsey Will, West Bend.
Waukesha — Paige Benavides, Genesee Depot; Mary Dohogne and Alexis Hamer, Hartland; Heather Dufner, Lisbon; Chloe Liska, Lee Lundy, and Alison Thompson, Mukwonago; Alexander Karabon, Megan Laven, and Mark Olsen, Muskego; Thomas VanZile, New Berlin; Caitlyn Johnson, Oconomowoc; Hannah Mladenovich and Joseph Verhaagh, Pewaukee; Theodore Evert and Julia Keegan, Waukesha.
Waupaca — Nicole Seefeldt, Bear Creek; Kristine Hansen, Taylor Schlomann, and Shelby Steenbock, Clintonville; Trianna O’Neil, Iola; Allyson Hanson and William Throndsen, New London; and Samantha Hansen, Waupaca.
Waushara — Makenna Murkley, Berlin; and Jacqulyn Kane, Wautoma.
Winnebago — Rebekah Knoke, Tyler Priebe, Ayanna Priestley, Naomy Tangness, Benjamin Thibodeau, Katherine Waters, and Lauryn Wilcox, Menasha; Timothy Acton Jr, Michael Arndt, Peter Dulcamara, Drew Karle, Ashley Kirschnik, Taylor Koller, Nicole Osterling, Abby Wisneski, Anastasia Zink, and Madelyn Zitzelsberger, Neenah; Zander Beulen, Omro; Lindsey Gloede, Caelyn Jischke, Angela Kowalewski, and Jacob Lammersfeld, Oshkosh.
Wood — Carly Willfahrt, Auburndale; Justin Peplinski, Milladore; and Gracie Moffett, Nekoosa.

Other States

Alabama — Lydia Hone, Daphne. Neda Mobasher, Madison.
California — Danielle Hillard, Bakersfield. Natalie Nichols, Temecula.
Florida — Kelsey Thurin, Palm Harbor.
Hawaii — Gina Sutto, Haiku.
Illinois — Jack Ludwig, Chicago; Annelise Sparks, Evanston; and Morgan Bihun, Schaumburg. Randi McKay, Downers Grove; and Alejandra Vargas, West Chicago. Nathan Gagnon, Morris. Fredi Ortega, Aurora; and Robert Curran, South Elgin. Aisa Rogers, Kankakee. Kelly Herrin, Beach Park; Megan Richter, Wadsworth; and Ezau Millan, Waukegan. Tiffany Giese, Huntley. Rachel Rude, Washington. Gabrielle Paliska, Frankfort.
Indiana — Dawn Pawlak, Hammond. Catherine Seying, Indianapolis.
Iowa — Emily Lof, Grinnell.
Kansas Aleigha Haller, Salina.
Michigan — Jaycie Cole and Mickenzie Romps, Escanaba; and Caden Wiles, Gladstone. Kelsey Wagner, Iron Mountain; and Alexis Lusardi, Norway. Lexi Pellizzer, Iron River. Blake Borski, Maelynn DeBacker, and Jacob Maule, Daggett; Kyle Anderson, Noah Lindahl, Gabrielle Ramirez, and Jadelyn Younk, Menominee; and Desiree Kuntze, Stephenson. Betsey Walkowiak, Davisburg.
Minnesota — Lauren Noriega, Lynd. Hunter Thamert, Rochester. Miles Rohrbaugh, Duluth. Bernard Rhule, Oakdale; and Grace Rauker, Woodbury.
North Dakota — Ellengton Hill, Bismarck.
Ohio — Brett Erickson, Lakewood.
Pennsylvania — Cynthia Reyes, Norristown.
South Dakota — Cade Entwisle, Canistota.
Utah — Sage Nelson, Salt Lake City.
Washington — Grace Morgan, Edmonds.
Wyoming — Danilynn Schell, Casper.

International

Canada — Joshua Solomon, Toronto.
Costa Rica — Ninrod Picado, Alajuela.
Germany — Tim Stiller, Garbsen; Luka Schmidt, Rantrum.
India — Dipin Wadhwa, New Delhi.
Japan — Kaori Terunuma, Mito.
Malaysia — Peyshyuan Loo, Kuantan.
United Kingdom — Noah Stew-Lewis, London.

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.

Rapid (surge) Testing is open at UW-Green Bay through mid-January 2021

Green Bay, Wis.—Free, rapid drive-up testing continues on the UW-Green Bay campus at the Weidner Center, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Testing will continue while supplies last, with an expectation of ending in mid-January.

The testing site has been popular, with 350-400 tests administered each day.

Individuals seeking to be tested need to register online; enter the Green Bay Campus off of Nicolet Drive at the main entrance; watch for signage leading them to the testing site (located at the Weidner Center). An eTrueNorth employee will help registrants administer the test themselves, under supervision.

All participants must register before arrival at www.doineedacovid19test.com.

Testing is offered in partnership between University of Wisconsin System and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and administered by eTrueNorth. Passengers do not leave their vehicles and wait times have been very short (about 5-10 minutes for the test and about 30 minutes for results by e-mail).

For any questions regarding Rapid Testing please call 1-800-635-8611.

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Create explore LEARN

Youth can Create, Explore & Learn with UW-Green Bay Spring Youth Programs

Green Bay, Wis.—Creativity, learning and fun can now take place all year as UW-Green Bay Camps and Youth Programs expand their programming to Spring 2021, inviting middle school students, high school students and parents to participate in virtual camps offered in a variety of popular and topical subjects.

Peace, Equity & Social Justice
January 31-February 25, 2021
Three tracks
Designed in collaboration with the Privilege Institute to create inclusive leaders of tomorrow.
Enroll by January 27, 2021
Learn more & Register http://www.uwgb.edu/camps/peace,-equity-and-social-justice/

Queer by Design
February 2-23, 2021
Free
Developed to celebrate the diversity within the LGBTQ+ community
Enroll by January 24, 2021
Learn more & Register http://www.uwgb.edu/camps/pride-camp/

Parent Spring PRIDE Discussion
February 2, 2021
Free
Created as a gathering of parents, guardians, grandparents and others in support of an LGBTQ+ youth.
Enroll by January 31, 2021
Learn More & Register http://www.uwgb.edu/camps/pride-camp/#parentpride     

Design Tech
February 1-April 16, 2021
Now available Levels 1 & 2
Offered in partnership with the Einstein Project to encourage design thinking
Enroll by February 2, 2021
Learn more & Register http://www.uwgb.edu/camps/design-tech/

Gift an Experience 

Great gift idea for the holidays. If you email UW-Green Bay Camps, your registration receipt, we’ll send you a certificate for the same program for gifting! For more information on Camps and Youth Programs http://www.uwgb.edu/camps or contact Jason Mathwig, Director, Education Outreach, mathwigj@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2267.

Camps and Youth Programs is a part of the Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

 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.

About UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement focuses its mission on creating educational opportunity and access for all ages, encompassing K-12 student programs, personal and professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. The division develops, collaborates and executes responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect a deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility

 

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Green Bay Packers Honor Legacy of Willie Davis with $250,000 Impact Grant to UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin School of Business

Green Bay, Wis.— The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay announced today that the Green Bay Packers are honoring Packers great and Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Davis with a $250,000 impact grant toward the establishment of the Willie Davis Financial Trading and Investment Laboratory within the University’s rapidly growing Cofrin School of Business. The donation is an important next step in the University’s efforts to support the region’s robust financial services sector with a focus on financial literacy.

Davis passed away in April 2020 following a brief illness. During his 10 seasons with the Lombardi-era Packers, Davis was considered an anchor on the Packers’ defensive line, playing 138 consecutive regular-season games. Davis was a member of all five of Vince Lombardi’s NFL title-winning teams and played in
Super Bowls I and II.

“This is a wonderful tribute to Willie.  He was a Hall of Fame player who became a great businessman and entrepreneur,” noted Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. “Willie will always be tied to one of the greatest football dynasties, the Vince Lombardi era.  Willie learned valuable, life long lessons from Coach Lombardi, and applied these lessons to all aspects of his life.  Willie would be very proud to know that his legacy will promote financial literacy and help good students become great.

Davis was known beyond football for his belief in the power of education and his business and financial acumen. In 1968 and while still a Packers player, Davis completed his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He parlayed that knowledge in his post-football career to become a successful entrepreneur and a coveted and trusted business mentor and advisor to many. In 1989, he was a finalist for consideration as the NFL Commissioner.

According to Cofrin School of Business Dean Matt Dornbush, the Willie Davis Financial Trading and Investment Laboratory will provide students with financial and research data feeds, analytics and simulation platforms for financial trading portfolio management, stock tracking, trading and more. “This is more than a computer lab, it’s a sophisticated environment where students not only learn about, but actively engage in, conventional and socially responsible investment strategies,” Dornbush said. “Students will experience the world of investment in real time, with real money, and real accountability. We will leverage the lab, the talent of the Cofrin School of Business, and community partnership to strengthen financial literacy within NE Wisconsin. Ultimately, we will be accelerating professional development, social responsibility, and forging skills that will benefit learners for a lifetime.”

“Our father’s career as a professional athlete was made legendary during his time with the Green Bay Packers, but few people are as aware of his later accomplishments in the world of Business,” said Lori Davis, Willie’s daughter, on behalf of herself and her brother, Duane. “He valued education, and he attributed his post NFL success as much to his strong educational foundation as to the character honing years in Green Bay under Coach  Lombardi. He believed strongly in the power of having a seat at the table where the decisions are made to best serve the community. We are so excited to have the Packers organization and the UW-Green Bay Cofrin School of Business come together to honor his legacy in a way that reflects so many of his core beliefs in the value of higher education, financial intelligence and service to the community.”

Up until his passing, Davis shared his financial knowledge as a board member for an array of companies. He was an active and engaged board member and the first African American board member for many of the Fortune 500 companies on which he served. His board leadership included Alliance Bank, Dow Chemical (1988–2006), Johnson Controls (1991–2006), K-MartL.A. GearManpower (2001–2020), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (1999–2020), MGM MirageRally’s Inc., Sara Lee (1983–2020), Schlitz Brewing, and WICOR Inc. Davis was a member of the Packers’ board of directors from 1994 to 2005, and an emeritus member until his passing. He was the second African-American member of the board.

“Willie Davis understood well that financial literacy is a great equalizer, and so do the Green Bay Packers,” said UW-Green Bay Chancellor Michael Alexander. “We are grateful for their impact grant to this new initiative, which will be a game-changer for our students, the Cofrin School of Business, and the region we serve.”

The impact grant is a component of Green Bay Packers Give Back, the Packers’ all-encompassing community outreach initiative, which include the Green Bay Packers Foundation’s annual and impact grants, appearances by players, alumni, coaches and staff, cash and in-kind donations, community events, Make-A-Wish visits, football outreach and much more.  Since the Foundation was established in 1986, it has distributed more than $12.68 million for charitable purposes.

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 8,000 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. 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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Celebrating Fall/Winter 2020 UW-Green Bay Graduates

UW-Green Bay Celebrates its Graduates

Commencement Ceremony postponed until Spring 2021

Green Bay, Wis. — Aaron Splan from Pulaski, Wis. is one of six students who will graduate this semester with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering—the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s first graduates from that program since it was offered beginning in Fall of 2018.

For Splan, like many of his engineering classmates and nearly 500 graduating UW-Green Bay peers, adjusting to hybrid and online classes was difficult. But he… and they… persisted.

Dec 2020 Graduate Aaron Splan
Aaron Splan

“Online learning during the pandemic was a difficult change for me personally,” Splan said. “I learn best in a live classroom situation. Unfortunately, meeting in person was not possible due to COVID-19, and a transition to online learning was absolutely necessary. The sudden transition was hard for everyone. However, I was extremely encouraged by the University’s quick response and I felt like they did everything they could have done to serve their students in light of the situation.

“Due to online learning, my engineering laboratory experience was curtailed,” Splan said. “This is unfortunate as I and my colleagues were looking forward to using the brand-new facilities and lab equipment (at the Brown County STEM Innovation Center) on campus. The professors did as much as they could to bring that experience online such as recording labs for us to observe and providing real data to use in our lab reports. Luckily, I was able to use the new labs for one course as the professor was able to safely conduct them in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines.”

Splan was also able to get practical experience as an intern at PCMC (Paper Converting Machine Company), Green Bay.

“PCMC was an extremely formative experience for me and complimented my engineering schooling perfectly,” Splan said. “Working there kept me motivated to finish my degree as I truly enjoyed the work I was doing. I always felt like an important member of the team and was given meaningful work that helped the company succeed. I believe that participating in an internship experience in your field of study is one of the most important things students can do to get the most out of their educational experience.”

Splan started a full-time mechanical engineer position at Retroflex Inc. in Wrightstown at the end of August.

“Due to my previous internship at PCMC and education at UWGB, I was able to hit the ground running and immediately start taking on projects typically reserved for more experienced engineers,” he added.

Splan also graduated debt free.

This Year’s Graduating Class:

This semester, 494 students have applied to graduate from the University. Because of the pandemic, UW-Green Bay will not have a formal commencement ceremony this fall/winter, and instead, is inviting all fall/winter graduates to participate in Spring 2021 Commencement. If not for COVID-19, this would have been the first time that graduates from all four UW-Green Bay campuses (Green Bay (462 graduates), Marinette (7), Manitowoc (11) and Sheboygan (14) would have gathered together for commencement ceremonies. They will join the 40,492 students who have graduated from UW-Green Bay since the first ceremony in June of 1970. The Spring Commencement will be the University’s 102nd.

“We are extremely proud of the members of entire four-campus community,” said Chancellor Mike Alexander. “Our faculty worked incredibly hard to prepare for the unconventionality of teaching during the pandemic, and our students faced challenges not seen by previous generations, yet persisted to degree completion. I have great admiration for this class of students.”

About the Class Speaker:

Commencement Speaker
Georgia “Dolly” Potts

Georgie “Dolly” Potts was nominated and selected as the class speaker. Her address to her graduating peers will be released virtually on Saturday, Dec. 19 (what was meant to be the date of commencement) on the University’s homepage, www.uwgb.edu. Potts, who will be graduating with a First Nations Studies degree is a member of Prairie Band Potawatomi from Kansas. Nominators said her achievements transcend academics. Her speech will be a story passed through her family for generations.

“We believe in the seven generations. I am in the middle. I learn and listen to my ancestors from the past three generations and I look to the future three generations,” Potts explains. “These stories come from my ancestors. We pass them down to our children, to our grandchildren.” She recognizes this is a concept that doesn’t always fit neatly in a Western worldview. But she adds, “If you talk of the seven generations to a native, they know exactly what you’re talking about.

In just two years, after transferring from College of Menominee Nation, Pott’s stature among students, faculty and the First Nations community on campus has grown through her words of encouragement, empathetic listening and a unique life perspective influenced by Potawatomi traditions.

See Potts’ biography.

Noteworthy:

The Mayor’s Office of the City of Green Bay will honor UW-Green Bay graduates on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020 by lighting the Ray Nitschke Bridget and the Walnut Street Bridge in school colors.

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 Wisconsin Caregiver Academy Works to Provide Virtual Training to Caregivers

Green Bay, Wis.—Not that long ago, CNAs and other caregivers, including home health care aides and resident assistants were required to attend in-person classes to receive their credentials through the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS).

Soon after the (DHS) announced the launch of its “WisHealth Careers” multimedia campaign encouraging Wisconsinites to enter the healthcare field at the end of November, UW-Green Bay’s Wisconsin Caregiver Academy pivoted, making online training available for caregiving staff.

The WisHealth Careers campaign is hoping to bring attention to the need for thousands of healthcare positions around the state—all served by training provided by Wisconsin Caregiver Academy—and now fully online.

DHS regulates and mandates core training for caregivers working in assisted living facilities, and Wisconsin Caregiver Academy is accredited and approved to provide this training. Courses required include medication administration, standard precautions, fire safety and first aid. In addition, courses are available in client groups, or types of patients requiring specialized care, and special tasks like resident rights. All courses are available onlineindividually or with bundle pricing.

“At the University, we are committed to compassionate care for Wisconsin residents,” said Kerry Winkler, program specialist for Wisconsin Caregiver Academy. “We understand the pandemic makes it more difficult for facilities to gather staff together for training, so with the approval of DHS we developed a collaborative solution of online training.”

To learn more about Wisconsin Caregiver Academy or the online training, visit the website at www.uwgb.edu/wicare.

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.

About UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement focuses its mission on creating educational opportunity and access for all ages, encompassing K-12 student programs, personal and professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. The division develops, collaborates and executes responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect a deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility.

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Manitowoc Students walking on the boardwalk

UW-Green Bay’s Rising Phoenix Program Expands to Mishicot School District

Mishicot, Wis.—The Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program is a collaboration with Mishicot High School, providing students the opportunity to get a head start on earning college credits while academically and personally preparing for college.

Rising Phoenix-Mishicot is the second Rising Phoenix partnership and is modeled after the inaugural cohort of 25 students with the Manitowoc Public School District that launched in Fall 2020. The program was created with the goals of reducing college debt, closing the achievement gap and providing rigorous learning opportunities for students in Northeast Wisconsin communities.

“As a University on the rise, we are proud to expand the Rising Phoenix program with the School District of Mishicot,” said UW-Green Bay Chancellor Michael Alexander. “We are pleased with the achievement of our first Rising Phoenix Program in Manitowoc and look forward to growing our partnership with the students, teachers and administration in Mishicot.”

Current Mishicot High School sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to apply for the Rising Phoenix Program and will enroll during their junior and senior years of high school. When admitted to the program, students will be concurrently enrolled at Mishicot High School and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. Rising Phoenix courses are selected to meet Wisconsin high school graduation requirements and the UW-Green Bay Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree. Courses will be offered at Mishicot High School, online and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus, providing students flexible options to take courses and participate in extra-curricular activities at the high school and on the university campus. These opportunities allow for students to experience college coursework in the familiar environment of their high school and to learn alongside other college students at a college campus.

The goal for participating students is to earn both their high school diploma and get a significant head start on their college degree. Students enrolling in the program as high school juniors will have the opportunity to earn an AAS degree by the time they graduate from Mishicot High School. 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. Students’ tuition and textbook costs will be shared between families and the School District of Mishicot.

Mishicot Superintendent
Mishicot Superintendent Paul Orlich

Mishicot Superintendent Paul J. Orlich stated, “Mishicot has long prided itself in being a regional leader in the number of college credits its students have the opportunity to earn while in high school. This collaborative effort with UW-Green Bay will further expand these opportunities while enhancing our work in preparing every student to be career and college ready.”

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).

“The goals of the Rising Phoenix program align well with Mishicot’s goal that all students will grow academically through participation in a rigorous and relevant curriculum,” Orlich said. “Additionally, the partnership increases student access to college level instruction in a manner which can save families thousands of dollars in tuition.”

To learn more about the program, visit the Rising Phoenix website.

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.

About UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement focuses its mission on creating educational opportunity and access for all ages, encompassing K-12 student programs, personal and professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. The division develops, collaborates and executes responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect a deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility.

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Fall 2020 Sheepshead Review

Sheepshead Review Makes its Mark on the World with Fall Issue Launch, Dec. 9

Green Bay, Wis.—After many in-person classes were moved online, the Sheepshead Review staff was scattered across Wisconsin, leaving editor in chief, Morgan Johnson, the challenge of creating staff relationships virtually.

Despite the obstacles, the Sheepshead Review staff will launch its Fall 2020 issue at a virtual event on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020 at 1 p.m. via Zoom. All are welcome to attend. The Sheepshead Review is UW-Green Bay students’ journal of art and literature.

With much of the year rapidly changing, advisor and Prof. Rebecca Meacham said she found the 2020 fall semester to be the most challenging of the 18 years she’s advised the journal.

“Morgan and I worked this summer to ensure every student on staff had access and felt involved,” Meacham said. “They’ve worked really hard, and it shows. We’re thrilled to share this issue’s powerful art and words with the larger community on campus and worldwide.”

Sheepshead Review, Fall 2020
Sheepshead Review, Fall 2020

Along with sharing the issue, the launch event will introduce a new crowdsourced “Make Your Mark” feature for readers and contributors to see how vast the Sheepshead Review community is. Readers from places like Napa, California; Louisville, Kentucky; Pecs, Hungary; and Seoul, South Korea have already voiced their praise for the journal. See the interactive map.

Johnson gives some insight on what new and exciting things to expect of the journal itself. “The theme of community is sprinkled throughout everything we did this semester. In our call for subs we asked people to submit pieces exploring how 2020 has shaped human connections, networks, pods, neighborhoods, bedfellows, groups, and gatherings.”

Attend the virtual launch party Dec. 9 at 1 p.m. by RSVPing.

About the Sheepshead Review

The Sheepshead Review was first put into publication in 1975 and featured works of creative writing as well as visual arts. Staffed, designed and edited entirely by undergraduates, the journal produces two international, full-color issues each year.

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.

Press Release submitted by Elizabeth Asmus.

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UW-Green Bay announces new Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Certificate Program

Program Aims to Promote Social Evolution, Give Everyone a Voice

Green Bay, Wis.—Giving everyone a voice is the goal of a new certificate program being offered by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The launch of the new noncredit Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Certificate Program will be in February 2021. The goal of the program is to promote social evolution in workplaces, organizations and communities.

The program is being offered at two levels, both of which are 100% online. Level 1 includes four core courses over four weeks, covering multi-facets of diversity and privilege. The second week will include a live online discussion and Q&A of workplace conversations, and the fifth and final week will engage participants in a panel discussion with DEI spokespeople and experts.

The Level 2 program will encompass a deeper dive into DEI and how to make it central to your culture, including the development of a functional project to implement in the workplace or community.

Lead instructor for the program is Reverend Lex Cade-White, hospital chaplain at Advocate Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee and community minister affiliated with Ebenezer UCC in Sheboygan. Reverend Cade-White has facilitated dialogues and conversations in communities and congregations about race, class, gender and spirituality for more than 10 years. Also included in the program are panel experts Lisa Koenecke, founder of Inclusion Ally, and Stacie Christian, Ph.D., Director of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center at UW-Green Bay.

Reverend Cade-White says she hopes the program will “help people think more crucially and intentionally about how to create a safer space for work, organizations and community.”

The certificate program is being created and facilitated by UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement. For more information on the certificate program, please visit http://www.uwgb.edu/continuing-professional-education/certificate-programs/diversity-equity-and-inclusion/  or contact Tammy Clausen, Business Development Specialist, at clausent@uwgb.edu. 

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.

About UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement focuses its mission on creating educational opportunity and access for all ages, encompassing K-12 student programs, personal and professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. The division develops, collaborates and executes responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect a deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility

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