Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak, Humanistic Studies (English) on Thursday (Oct. 23) had two poems released in Scintilla magazine. You can check out the works, both of which are formal experiments, by clicking the links: SAT Sestina Black Box (best viewed in Chrome)
We’ve got more good news to share about Associate Prof. Brian Sutton, whose original musical, “Searching for Romeo,” earned rave reviews on a national theatre festival stage earlier this year. Now “Romeo” is the recipient of a New York Musical Theatre Festival/Steele Springs Stage Rights publishing award, meaning performance rights for the play will be […]
It will be a busy weekend for Assistant Prof. JP Leary, who will be in La Crosse presenting with students at an indigenous education conference before delivering the closing remarks at a White House listening session Sunday afternoon. Leary and three students from his First Nations Studies 372 class will take the stage Friday and […]
Democracy and Justice Studies Prof. Harvey J. Kaye reviews the latest book by Richard Brookhiser — a noted conservative who spoke on campus in 2012 — in a piece published online Wednesday (Oct. 22) by The Daily Beast. In the review, titled “Lincoln was the founders’ heir apparent,” Kaye examines Brookhiser’s Founders’ Son: A Life […]
Associate Prof. Vince Lowery (Humanistic Studies/History) recently contributed an essay to the Southeastern Immigration Blog. The essay, titled “Hugh MacRae, Southern Agriculture, and the Question of Selective Immigration,” examines MacRae’s advocacy of a more liberal US immigration policy in the 1920s.
UW-Green Bay faculty members Marcelo Cruz and Aurora Cortes are featured in a new Green Bay Press-Gazette story and video, respectively, on the increasing ethnic diversity in the Green Bay area. In the story, posted Tuesday (Oct. 21) to the Press-Gazette website, Urban and Regional Studies faulty member Cruz said Green Bay is highly segregated […]
David Helpap, a UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, will be the featured speaker at 3 p.m. this Friday (Oct. 24) in Environmental Sciences Room 301 for the next edition of the Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series. Helpap’s topic is “Assessing Brownfield Redevelopment Strategies among Local Governments: Lessons from Public Budgeting.” […]
Assistant Prof. David Helpap discussed the role of female voters in the gubernatorial election Friday (Oct. 17), providing context for a news story on NBC 26. Democratic challenger Mary Burke has polled well among women but saw her advantage with that group largely disappear in the most recent Marquette Law School Poll, Helpap said. Women’s […]
When UW-Green Bay’s Mary Ellen Gillespie was hired a year ago as the University’s director of intercollegiate athletics, she became one of just 28 female athletic directors (of 346 total) in Division I. On Thursday, Nov. 6, Gillespie will talk about her experience in this male-dominated field as part of the University’s After Thoughts series […]
• Reminder: The deadline for Teaching Enhancement Grant proposals is Oct. 20. • Applications for 2015-16 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows/Scholars are due Oct. 24 . • The campus Research Council reminds us that the deadline for fall 2014 Grants in Aid of Research proposals is Oct. 20.