The 22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration is Saturday, Jan. 14 at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. UW-Green Bay is a sponsor. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a community lunch. Event details are available here. E-mail Jolanda Sallmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 920-465-2029 with any questions.
The MLK celebration is the first in a series of Black History Month celebrations in the community. On Feb. 1 the American Intercultural Center is hosting a book reading and discussion — Courage, Community and Hope: Stella by Starlight — a well-told historical fiction book (often intended for younger audiences) about a segregated southern town […]
We’ve mentioned it before, but it is worth repeating. There is quite a bit going on this weekend at UW-Green Bay. Here is a quick list and live links: Saturday: Messiah at the Weidner Center Women’s basketball at the Kress Jingle Brawl, Union (The Phoenix Club) Kawanzaa at the Union ‘Tis the Season, Union Jingle […]
Riley Ann, a story-teller through song, is bringing her one-woman “Bloodhounds” tour to UW-Green Bay, as an installment of the “Live at the Groovin’ Ground” series. The show will be held in the University Union from 8 to 9 p.m., on Friday, Dec 2. Riley Ann is often referred to as an anomaly within the […]
This is NOT Romeo and Juliet. As playwright, UW-Green Bay professor Brian Sutton, explains, “In Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight, marry less than 24 hours after having met and at a time when they’ve spent only about 15 minutes together, after which Romeo kills her cousin in a fit […]
This week UW-Green Bay was one of six UW institutions recognized for earning UW Vets Certification. This comes on the heels of the annual fall Chancellor’s Veteran Appreciation Reception, held Monday, Nov. 7, to honor vets and active military personnel. The University has long been active in recognizing and honoring its veterans: UW-Green Bay was […]
Interdisciplinary, problem-focused education was on full display recently when University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students and community members came together for a public discussion regarding the U.S. – Korea alliance and current security challenges in East Asia. The program featured guests uniquely qualified to guide conversation including, U.S. Congressman Reid Ribble, who currently serves on the […]
Congressman Reid Ribble was the invited guest of Prof. Aeron Weinschenk’s Introduction to Public Policy class this week. Ribble spoke about the importance of elections in holding government accountable, the role of members of Congress, and his experiences working on legislation. Students were able to ask him questions for about 45 minutes. Chancellor Gary Miller […]
Join others to hear the Southeast Asian Guest Panelists talk about their lives and experiences at UWGB from 2 to 3 p.m. this Friday (Sept. 30) in the Christie Theatre (following afternoon business meeting). Offered as a part of the Inclusivity and Equity Certificate program. Free and open to public.
All are welcome to a Global Studies conversation tomorrow, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 in the World Unity Room (lower level) of the University Union. The discussion will be led by Ozum Yesiltas (Political Science, St. Norbert College), Alison Staudinger (Democracy & Justice Studies, Political Science and Women and Gender Studies, UW-Green […]