Another Great Year For The Alumni Association

Another great year for the Alumni Association

Greetings! The fiscal year for the UW-Stout Alumni Association ended June 30, and I would like to share selected highlights from 1994-1995.

Alumni gatherings were held in several locations throughout the United States, including Beaver Creek, Colo.; Chicago; Boston; Grand Rapids and Marquette, Mich.; Charleston, S.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; Houston; and Appleton, Menomonie and Stevens Point, Wis. These gatherings were a combination of receptions at professional association shows and conferences, and social events.

Alumni Association graduate scholarships were awarded to Barbara K. Miller and Terasha A. King, and the Robert S. Swanson Fellowship was awarded to Terri Loree.

Members of the Alumni Board welcomed graduates and introduced them to the Alumni Association during the August, December and May commencement ceremonies. Ninety-nine faculty and staff members were honored by the Alumni Association for their years of service at a reception during Homecoming '94. (Currently, UW-Stout employs 913 faculty, academic and classified staff).

Distinguished alumni Lawrence Doyle '70, '74 and Judy Kreutzer '68, '69, '72; and outstanding alumni Michael Hubbard MS '89 and Joseph Pine II '80 were also recognized at Homecoming '94. These special alumni were hosted by faculty members, and their visits to UW-Stout included sharing work experiences in the classroom and with the Alumni Board, dining with the Chancellor and participating in the parade. The distinguished and outstanding alumni were honored at a brunch award ceremony attended by their families, friends and faculty.

In closing, I would like to extend a warm welcome to new board members JoAnn Prange '86 and William Burmesch '72, '80.

Outlook Fall '95