Tune into UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (psychology) live with The Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio from 6 to 7 a.m. Monday, January 23 as he discusses a piece he wrote for Psychology Today, “The Inciting World of Sports: Five Reasons Why We Find Sports So Angering (and What To Do About It.”
Prof. Sarah Schuetze presented a paper, “Dancing with Cholera: Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Parker Willis,” at the recent Modern Language Association (MLA) annual meeting in Philadelphia, PA. The panel was sponsored by the Poe Studies Association.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Md Maruf Hossain’s (engineering technology) recently co-authored a paper with a group of undergraduate students from Bangladesh titled, “Three-Phase Phase-Locked Loop for Grid Voltage Phase Estimation under Unbalanced and Distorted Conditions.” It was presented during the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ International Women in Engineering Conference in Prune, India Dec. 19-21, and […]
Yes, “Awkward Ryan Photos” is the name of Prof. Ryan Martin’s (Psychology) January donation challenge as part of his participation in Dancing with Our Stars for the Northeast Wisconsin American Red Cross. Here’s how it works: Donate $15 or more to Martin’s DWOS17 page. He will thank you on Facebook sharing an awkward photo from […]
Is it time to kill the fuel economy mandate? Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft says, “no.” Read it here.
Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business published online the paper, “The Trifurcation of the Labor Markets in the Networked, Knowledge-Driven, Global Economy” – in the Journal of the Knowledge Economy. This conceptual, interdisciplinary paper negates the notion that we have, at present, one labor market for human capital, and will conjecture that […]
Ben Mankiewicz (host of The Young Turks (TYT) interviews historian Prof. Harvey J Kaye. Kaye is UW-Green Bay’s Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies. Kaye comments on the “making of a new narrative” for our country. Listen to the interview here. Prof. Kaye visits Madame Perry’s Salon to discuss his book, […]
Sarah Schuetze (English and Humanistic Studies) had an article, Mapping a Demon Malady: Cholera Maps and Affect in 1832,” published in the digital journal/magazine Common-Place. It’s about the portrayal of fear in cholera maps from 1832. See the article here.
UW-Green Bay will celebrate Poppy Grant’s 41 years of employment from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21 in the Winter Garden of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. Grant first joined the institution in 1975 — “ably and capably serving in a variety of roles for the ‘student unions’ at UWGB even before there was a […]
Longtime faculty member Elmer Havens died recently in Green Bay. Professor Emeritus of English and Humanistic Studies since 1995, he was one of the first UWGB faculty members hired in 1967, and was first chair of the University Committee (1967-69). He later served as Chair of Humanistic Studies and was Secretary of the Faculty and Staff from 1979 to […]