A group of UW-Green Bay freshmen is getting accolades for a class project. The students created a board game as part of a First-Year Seminar course called “The Meaning of Play.” They also took their creation to an area nursing home where they learned valuable lessons from some residents. Prof. Illene Noppe (Human Development) said the unique project highlights the value of the First-Year Seminars. “It even gives me goose bumps to think about the transformation that I saw take place over one semester,” Noppe said. Reporter Robert Hornacek has more on the game, the project and students.
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9 Jan, 2020