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Packers loss devastating? Gurung column puts game in perspective

Prof. Regan Gurung put the Jan. 18 Packers playoff loss in perspective last week, writing a “Today’s Take” column that appeared in Thursday’s (Jan. 22) Green Bay Press-Gazette. In it, Gurung takes issue with using the word “devastating” — as so many have — to describe the outcome of the NFC Championship game. “Let’s put […]

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Art and Design’s Lee a most eligible bachelor

Assistant Prof. Minku Lee has been named by You Magazine as one of Green Bay’s most eligible bachelors. The Art and Design faculty member was profiled in You’s January issue, talking in a fun feature about his love of Skittles — and his disdain for smartphone-obsessed dates. He lists family as his biggest influence, and […]

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In the news: Education’s Kaufman provides context for pair of Press-Gazette stories

Education Chair and Associate Prof. Tim Kaufman lent his expertise recently to a pair of Green Bay Press-Gazette stories on the issue of school report cards and poverty. Kaufman was quoted in Sunday’s (Jan. 25) cover story that found poor and minority students are more likely to attend what are termed “failing” schools than their […]

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Nesslein: Sudden spike in pump prices unlikely

Consumers and businesses don’t need to fear a sudden spike in prices at the pump, Associate Prof. Tom Nesslein told WBAY, Channel 2 last week. Nesslein’s comments were part of a story on how public works departments, school districts and other entities are saving — or spending — the cost savings realized from lower gas […]

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Faculty note: Kaye talks SOTU with radio host

Prof. Harvey Kaye appeared Friday (Jan. 23) on radio’s Nicole Sandler Show, discussing Wisconsin (and the Packers), President Obama and the State of the Union Address. You can catch him starting at about the 27-minute mark, click here.

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Employees honored for emeriti status, years of service to UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay faculty and staff members gathered together Jan. 22 to celebrate the annual Mid-Year Convocation, a ceremony that serves as the unofficial kickoff to the University’s spring semester. The formal program included granting of emeriti status to distinguished retirees, as well as years-of-service recognition for longtime UW-Green Bay employees. Emeritus Honorees Two academic staff […]

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Faculty note: Morgan elected to Peace History Society board

Eric J. Morgan, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, was recently elected to the board of the Peace History Society. Founded in 1964, the Peace History Society was created to encourage and coordinate national and international scholarly work to explore and articulate the conditions and causes of peace and war and to communicate the findings […]

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Faculty note: Hutchison’s text appears in fifth edition

When we last checked in to see his condition, Kenny Rogers was still working with his First Edition. That’s not unusual in the university world, either — academic textbooks rarely make it to a second edition. But we are happy to report that the path-breaking textbook, The New Urban Sociology, has now appeared in a […]

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Kaye reviews Obama book for ‘Daily Beast’

Prof. Harvey J. Kaye discusses the good, the bad and the exasperating of author and historian Morton Keller’s book “Obama’s Time” in a new review for The Daily Beast. In the provocatively titled “No, Obama Is Not Black Jesus,” Kaye argues that, among other things, Keller is “seemingly determined to portray Obama as having some […]

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Abbott, Damie, Kieper head seniority list for next week’s Convocation

Please join faculty and staff colleagues in turning out for the annual UW-Green Bay Mid-Year Convocation at 10:30 a.m. next Thursday (Jan. 22) in the Phoenix Room. As always, one of the highlights will be our collective congratulation extended to co-workers celebrating significant service anniversaries. Eligible for recognition are:
 40 years — Cliff Abbott 35 […]

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