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UW-Green Bay announces forum times for yet-to-be-named chancellor finalists

UW-Green Bay will host five open forums in May for the yet-to-be-named finalists for the position of chancellor, inviting campus and community to weigh in on the University’s next leader. The hour-long forums will be held from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Friday, May 9; Tuesday, May 13; Wednesday, May 14; Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May […]

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SBDC at UW-Green Bay to present series of no-cost business webinars

The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Green Bay will present three no-cost webinars during the second quarter of 2014, offering enrichment opportunities on a variety of relevant topics. Sessions last 30 minutes, plus time for a question-and-answer session following the presentation. The first installment in the new webinar series, titled “How to Protect […]

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Slideshow: Kress Center’s Buelow is Student Employee of the Year

Congratulations are in order for UW-Green Bay senior Emily Buelow, named Monday afternoon (April 14) as UW-Green Bay’s Student Employee of the Year. Buelow, a Human Biology major with an emphasis in Exercise Science and a minor in Psychology, is the head student building manager at the Kress Events Center. She manages 60 student employees, […]

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Wednesday’s Historical Perspectives lecture: ‘Triumph Over Plutocracy’

The long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series resumes with a talk by a veteran labor journalist at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday (April 16) in the Christie Theatre. Sam Pizzigati will speak about his recent book, The Rich Don’t Always Win: The Forgotten Triumph Over Plutocracy That Created the Middle Class, 1900-1970. Pizzigati takes issue with the notion […]

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Links to Kaye appearances on MSNBC, Moyers show

In case you missed them, we offer links to archived video of Democracy and Justice Studies Prof. Harvey Kaye’s interviews last week with MSNBC and National Public Television. On the MSNBC news/talk program “The Cycle,” Kaye got a warm reception from the thoroughly stylish and progressive young hosts — Toure, Abby Huntsman, Krystal Ball and […]

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Another Global Studies Roundtable: Turkey Today

The spring 2014 Global Studies Roundtable series continues Thursday, April 24, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in MAC 301 (Vista Room) with an informal discussion titled “Turkey Today.” Atife Caglar, associate professor of Natural and Applied Sciences and a native of Turkey is featured speaker. Free and open to all, the gathering promises interesting conversation […]

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They’ll huff and they’ll puff and they’ll sing the house down

Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston’s Opera and Musical Theatre students will offer a series of special performances next week, presenting “The Three Little Pigs” as their audiences — and indeed most adults — have never seen it. This adapted 35-minute opera/musical is aimed at kids in grades K-3, and is designed to introduce young children to […]

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Faculty note: Shelton earns ‘Best Dissertation’ award, book contract


Jon Shelton, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, was awarded the Labor and Working-Class History Association’s Herbert G. Gutman Prize for Best Dissertation of 2013, presented at the Organization of American Historians annual meeting. The prize comes with a book contract with the University of Illinois Press’s Working Class in American History Series. At […]

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Faculty note: Russell presents at geographers conference

Rachel Russell, an assistant professor of environmental policy and planning in the Public and Environmental Affairs academic unit, presented a paper last week at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Her paper, “Evaluating Urban Sustainability Contributions of Centralized and Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure in Tijuana, Mexico,” assesses the local and regional […]

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Emily Rogers, ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’

In a recent Log we posted that Emily Rogers, coordinator of access services for the Cofrin Library, was a member of the 2013 Leadership Green Bay class recognized at the local Volunteer Leadership Awards last week. (Actually, her group was runner-up, not winner of the award as we incorrectly reported earlier.) In any event, Rogers […]

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