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Moyers site posts Kaye’s ‘dangerous idea’ on American exceptionalism

Posted at the Bill Moyers website this week is an essay by UW-Green Bay Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies Harvey J. Kaye. The piece is an edited version of the remarks Kaye shared in a “Dangerous Idea” segment on the National Public Radio program “To the Best of Our Knowledge.” Kaye says America is […]

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Warner gets ‘Women to Know’ mention

Lora Warner, associate professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, recently was named one of YOU Magazine’s “20 Women to Know” for 2014. The magazine writeup for Warner highlights her role in framing issues and encouraging civic involvement through the University’s Center for Public Affairs and research for the Brown County LIFE Study. Warner says an […]

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In the news: Helpap talks campaign cash with Press-Gazette

Assistant Prof. David Helpap lent his expertise to a Green Bay Press-Gazette story on campaign finance that ran during the weekend, speaking with reporter Adam Rodewald about the latest fundraising figures in the state’s legislative races. Republican candidates have raised more than double the money of their Democratic opponents, Rodewald reported, a statistic Helpap attributes […]

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Amenson-Hill discusses drinking, social media dangers with NBC 26

NBC 26 on Friday ran a story on the prevalence of so-called “passout pages” on social media, including Twitter. Reporter Megan Lowry spoke with Dean of Students Brenda Amenson-Hill about the trend, which involves students from various colleges and universities posting photos of others who apparently have passed out after drinking. Amenson-Hill emphasized the importance […]

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In the news: Kraft talks guv’s race as new Marquette poll is released

Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft shared his take Wednesday (June 23) on a new Marquette University Law School Poll that shows Gov. Scott Walker and presumptive challenger Mary Burke in a statistical dead heat ahead of the November election. Kraft told reporter Jenn Sullivan that job creation is the biggest issue for voters, which could be […]

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Curling, anyone? Crew takes shine to restoring floor

A loyal reader of the Log faculty/staff newsletter took this smartphone photo the other day when he saw this energetic crew from Operations at work on the concourse (first-floor hallway) of the Cofrin Library.  “Looks like the UW-Green Bay curling team,” he said. It does look a little like that, but it’s actually staff members […]

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Bowling Green staffer joins Phoenix as assistant AD

Craig Sandlin, currently the assistant AD for marketing and promotions at Bowling Green State University, will begin Aug. 6 as the new Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations at Green Bay. At Bowling Green, he created marketing plans and PA scripts and served as the game day producer for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and […]

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Former UNC star will coach Phoenix women’s soccer

A former member of the United States National Team and an NCAA All-American for national champion North Carolina, Kacey Burke has been hired as the next head women’s soccer coach at Green Bay, Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie announced on Friday. For the past two years, Burke has served as an assistant coach at […]

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Fermanich, Katers, Ortiz, Russ earn prestigious named professorships

Congratulations are in order for the newest recipients of prestigious named professorships, four five-year appointments that began July 1. The professorships recognize and give support for a full professor who has demonstrated a productive commitment to scholarship and/or outreach and whose work exemplifies the spirit and mission of UW-Green Bay. The distinguished recipients are as […]

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Rybak’s  earns outstanding achievement award

Chuck Rybak, associate professor of English and Humanistic Studies, received word recently that his latest book of poems, , has received a 2013 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Library Association. Each year, the WLA’s Literary Awards Committee reviews approximately 250 books by Wisconsin authors published during the previous calendar year and selects several to […]

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