UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities) presented “Ye Olde Pub: A Social and Cultural History of England’s Early Drinking Houses,” at the Waupaca Area Public Library, Monday. Sept. 17. Her presentation dug into the rich early history of those temples of British culture: the pubs. Beyond their charm and antiquity, these centuries-old drinking establishments […]
Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Human Development) is a competitive table tennis player, who participated in and won three prizes at the 2018 Badger Open: Mini-Table Singles Champion, U3800 Doubles Champion and U2100 Singles Second Place. The Badger Open, hosted in Milwaukee, is the biggest table tennis tournament in Wisconsin. There were more than 200 competitors […]
Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell (Human Development) recently had an article published on the development of fairness across 13 cultures around the world in the journal Developmental Science. The article details developmental differences from ages five- to twelve-years-old in how children in individualistic and collectivistic cultures reason about and decide to distribute resources to others (based on […]
Assistant Prof. Brian Welsch (NAS) gave an invited talk at the Solar-Heliosphere-INterplanetary Environment (SHINE) conference in Cocoa Beach, FL, in late July. He also published a paper, “Flux Accretion and Coronal Mass Ejection Dynamics,” in the journal Solar Physics, which was selected for an Editor’s Choice award.
Leadership Green Bay, a program of the Greater Green Bay Chamber, kicked off the 34th class of the community-based, experiential learning program earlier this month, welcoming 43 business professional participants into the program that continues through May. Jason Mathwig (Continuing Education and Community Engagement) is serving as the UW-Green Bay representative for this year’s class.
Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, NAS) has published an article in ACS Omega. This publication is from the research work of undergraduate student Apoorva Gurtu. The article highlights the self-assembled behavior of proteins catalyzed by the nanometallic surfaces in relevance to fibrillation and amyloidosis of proteins responsible for several critical diseases.
Dana Johnson, lecturer and child welfare coordinator (Social Work) provided expertise on bullying in WalletHub’s “Ask the Experts.” Johnson responded to key questions posed about preventing and addressing bullying, including cyberbullying. Check out the discussion.
Jamie Froh Tyrrell, student teaching and edTPA coordinator (Education) was selected as a delegate to represent the UW-System at the National Education Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) conference in San Jose, California on October 19-20, 2018. She is one of five delegates chosen to attend from UW Teacher Preparation Programs.
Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public and Environmental Administration) will be delivering a lecture on “The Waning of Pax Americana” on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mead Public Library in Sheboygan. The lecture is part of the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions series and will focus on the U.S. shift away from the international order established in the […]
Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal (Business Administration, Management Information Systems) has been invited to speak at two major events this fall. On Friday, Sept. 21, he will speak about ethics and misrepresentation of data at the 2018 American Society of Civil Engineers Wisconsin Section Annual Meeting in Appleton. On Wednesday, Nov. 7 Bansal will conduct a […]