The UW-Green Bay Retiree Association is crafting an oral history of UW-Green Bay. The group’s service committee will focus on the University’s first decade and be conducting interviews with five representatives from each of five target groups — faculty, administration, graduates, community residents and academic staff. Retired Social Work professor Betty Baer says that this oral history could eventually be transcribed and included in an orientation packet for new employees. For more information about the Retiree Association visit: www.uwgb.edu/retiree/.
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