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Faculty note: Senzaki publications


Sawa Senzaki, assistant professor in Human Development and Psychology, has recently had two manuscripts published. The first is “Examining cultural drifts in artworks through history and development: Cultural comparisons between Japanese and Western landscape paintings and drawings” in Frontiers in Psychology: Cultural Psychology. The second is “Holistic vs. analytic expressions in children’s artworks: Investigating cross-cultural […]

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Gurung is featured presenter at childhood obesity conference

Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung will be one of the featured presenters for “The Childhood Obesity Conference: Inspiring Change to Improve the Health of America’s Children,” a one-day conference to be held Friday, Oct. 17 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay. UW-Green Bay is co-sponsoring the event with UW-Extension and UnitedHealthcare Community […]

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More details on McQuade Dewhirst’s ‘Iron Composer’ challenge

In early August we brought word that UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. of Music Michelle McQuade Dewhirst had been selected from a pool of more than 200 applicants to compete as one of five finalists in an event called Iron Composer. It’s a loose takeoff on the TV show “Iron Chef” in which the competing composers […]

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Faculty note: Russ presentation in Israel

Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business recently (Sept 22) presented a faculty seminar at ORT Braude College of Engineering in Karmiel, Israel titled “An Introduction to Human Capital 2.0.” He also introduced the two books he is editing to be published in the very near future by Palgrave-Macmillan on the subject. One […]

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In the media: Coury talks ISIL airstrikes with Local 5 News

Associate Prof. David Coury on Tuesday (Sept. 23) shared his expertise in Middle East affairs with Local 5 News’ Jenn Sullivan, as part of a story about airstrikes against ISIL targets in Syria. Coury, a Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies faculty member who co-directs UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies, told Sullivan the […]

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Kraft talks turnout for NBC 26 story on voter registration day

Several local news channels on Tuesday (Sept. 23) ran stories in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day. NBC 26 reporter Megan Lowry turned to Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft to round out her piece on registration and turnout, emphasizing the importance both parties place on getting people to the polls. Despite high interest in the races […]

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The acid talk: Chen will present at Friday’s NAS Seminar

Chemist and Associate Prof. Franklin Chen will be the speaker this Friday (Sept. 26) when the Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series resumes. The title of his presentation is “Electronic Origins of Acid-Base Character: Natural 
Acidity Analysis of Aqueous Bronsted-Lowry Oxyacids.” We’re told that both classical induction effects and quantum mechanical hyperconugation are found to […]

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Jeffreys, C-SPAN

Crews for C-SPAN (actually C-SPAN2 and C-SPAN3) are in Green Bay this week as one of many stops on a national tour to tell the stories of various communities. We’ve learned that Derek Jeffreys, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and religion, is on their contact list for his scholarship dealing with the ethics of incarceration […]

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CATL reading groups for Fall 2014

Already broadcast campuswide but repeated here for the record: The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is now forming Fall 2014 Reading Groups. The book chosen for discussion is Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching: A Guide for Faculty (2014) by Alison Cook-Sather, Catherine Bovill, and Peter Felten. Student-faculty partnerships is […]

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Friday’s HUS faculty forum will feature talks by Leary, Hutchison

Humanistic Studies will be hosting its first faculty forum of the fall semester this Friday (Sept. 26) from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room of the University Union. Presenters and presentations are: • JP Leary, assistant professor of Humanistic Studies and First Nations Studies, “Behavior of our Alumni: First Nations Studies, Education Policy, and Social […]

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