Dean of UW-Green Bay’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Chuck Rybak, is the author of a number of new publications and initiatives: Author of a MLA publication, “Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities,” a collection of keywords on various topics. Author of an entry for “Poetry.“ His class assignment, “Character Networks for Low-Fi Lovers” is […]
Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal (Management Information Systems, Business Administration) of UW-Green Bay was invited to speak at the American Public Works Association’s Spring Conference at the KI Center on May 2 to 4, 2018. Bansal’s discussion topic was “Does Being Ethical Make Good Visual Sense?” Bansal addressed the gathering and talked about how accurate and […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. A.R. Regan Gurung (Psychology) was featured on WPR’s program on Tuesday, May 9, discussing why we love to cancel plans in this age of technology and the impact it can have. Listen to the interview and see the brief summary here.
Karen Lacey, MS, RDN, CD; senior lecturer emerita and former Director of Dietetics at UW-Green Bay, was recognized as a 50-year member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, at the annual conference of the Wisconsin Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics held in Wisconsin Dells, April 12 and 13. Lacy has been and continues to […]
Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, NAS) recently published a “historical perspective” article in the high impact journal “Advances in Colloid and Interface Science.” This work highlights the characteristic features of different kinds of surface active molecules on the crystal growth control of the nanomaterials. A broad understanding of shape controlled growth by the surface active molecules can be […]
Prof. Gaurav Bansal announce that research with his undergraduate Emma Nies (Business Administration, Statistics) has been accepted for presentation and publication at Midwest Association for Information Systems Conference (MWAIS) to be held in St Louis, this May. The conference is hosted by College of Business Administration at the University of Missouri – St. Louis (UMSL). […]
The Door County Pulse reviewed the newly released book by UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. (First Nations Studies) J. P. Leary. “In 1989, a state law known as Act 31 was passed that requires all students in Wisconsin to learn the history, culture and tribal sovereignty of Wisconsin’s federally recognized tribes. The Story of Act 31: […]
“Social media is anything but a passing fad – which means even the most senior leadership needs to pay attention.” UW-Green Bay Prof. Phil Clampitt shares what executives need to know about social media strategy in this blog post.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Michael E. Kraft (Public and Environmental Affairs) shares his opinion on eco-friendly renewables as a key to non-carbon energy future in the Tri-City Herald. Prof. Kraft argues that critics have underestimated the efficiency of eco-friendly renewables as the future and discusses the disadvantages of considering fossil fuels as a sustainable energy […]
UW-Green Bay’s own Kimberly Vlies (Web/Graphic Designer, Marketing and University Communication) was published for the first time in an illustrated novel that debuted at UntitledTown Book and Author Festival on Saturday (April 21, 2018). The novel titled, “Continuing Adventures of Byron and Bing: Sunset Gold” was written by local author Mike Eserkaln. Eserkaln is also […]