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Arendt to present Dean’s Lecture Series talk on natural disasters

Associate Prof. Lucy Arendt of the Cofrin School of Business will present “Death, dollars, and downtime: Why everyone should care about natural disasters” as the kick-off for this year’s Deans’ Lecture Series. Natural disasters in the United States are increasing in frequency and impact. Contrary to popular opinion, there are steps that we can take […]

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Faculty note: Yunsun Huh presentations in Korea

Economist Yunsun Huh, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies, presented her research regarding gender empowerment and labor market performance as an invited scholar at the special seminar for the Korean Women’s Development Institute, a government-sponsored institute in South Korea that brings in notable international scholars to address women’s development issues. Her […]

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Council invites applicants for Research Scholar position

The UW-Green Bay Research Council announces the following fall-semester Research Scholar funding opportunity: Research Scholar Program (Applications due Nov. 3) — Support from the Office of the Provost continues to make possible this program, which provides a three-credit course release for the Fall 2015 semester. The Research Scholar will be able to use the time […]

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Prof. Kaye reviews Ken Burns documentary ‘The Roosevelts’ at Daily Beast

UW-Green Bay Prof. of Democracy and Justice Studies Harvey Kaye is an interested observer of all things FDR, and he weighs in with a review of the Ken Burns documentary “The Roosevelts,” which is drawing strong ratings and dominating the evenings on PBS stations this week. Kaye’s essay is published at the national news and […]

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ABC News references Weinschenk research on voter turnout

Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, recently had some of his research on voter turnout discussed in an article by ABC News. The article addresses political participation in American cities but focuses on the low levels of political engagement in Ferguson, Mo., and the consequences of low levels of engagement. […]

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Gurung and students publish journal article on ‘dress for success’

Wonder if what one wears to a presentation makes a difference? Hot off the press, research conducted by Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung of Psychology and Human Development, with a student research team, has been published in the latest edition of the journal Teaching Psychology. Titled “Dressed to Present: Ratings of Classroom Presentations Vary With […]

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Turkey dinner promises chicken, ‘funny facts’

UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series, hosted by the Division of Outreach and Adult Access, returns on Thursday evening, Sept. 25, with a visit to the nation of Turkey and a presentation by Associate Prof. Atife Caglar of Natural and Applied Sciences. She’ll share stories, photographs and the cuisine of her native land in the program […]

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Foliage forecast? Dornbush explains factors to Fox 11

In what can only be construed as further proof summer won’t last forever, WLUK, Fox 11 News on Thursday interviewed NAS Associate Prof. Matt Dornbush about the impending onset of fall colors. Weather impacts the foliage in a number of ways, Dornbush told reporter Andrew LaCombe. “The best color change occurs when you have sort […]

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Prof. Sherman to introduce Wednesday’s film series offering

This Wednesday (Sept. 17) at 7 p.m. at the Neville Public Museum, the Green Bay Film Society’s Fall international film series continues with the 2011 Lebanese comedy, “Where do we go now?” Set in a remote village where the church and the mosque stand side by side, the film follows the antics of the town’s women […]

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Koltz on planning committee for Northeast Wisconsin ‘Warrior Summit’

The Northeast Wisconsin Warrior Summit is being planned for Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Green Bay. It’s a daylong program intended to help veterans and the service providers who help them (educators, social workers, counselors and more.) It will address veteran issues in our part of Wisconsin and […]

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