Professor Emerita Carol Emmons (Art, Art and Design) is displaying her work in three exhibitions: A new installation for terrain/territories: dreams of place (March 15 to April 16; UW-Stevens Point Edna Carlsten Gallery); Ceilings and Dreams: The Architecture of Levity (April; Washington Alexandria Architecture Center, Alexandria, VA and Art Annual (April 8 to June 4; Neville Public Museum, […]
Several faculty members will be presenting their research at the spring Humanistic Studies Faculty Forum 2 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 24 in the 1965 Room. Assist. Prof. Chris Martin will present “We’re not as Real as We’d like to Think: Spinoza, Reason and Objects as Reflections of the Infinite.” Assoc. Prof. David Coury and Assoc. Prof. […]
UW-Green Bay Philosophy undergraduates Sean Gleason, Anna Hoesley, Joseph Prestley and Michael Lahti, will present their research at this year’s Wisconsin Philosophical Association meeting in Madison on Saturday, April 29. The meeting invites philosophical research from across the state, and submissions are blind peer-reviewed. UW-Green Bay earned the highest number of accepted submissions of any […]
Green Bay Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie, a member of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee since 2015, provides her perspective on what it takes to perform the job of a committee member and a gives readers a look behind the scenes at the championship selection process.
Sean Burdette, head coach of Green Bay women’s volleyball received an extension of his contract through the 2021 season. Burdette, the 2016 Horizon League Co-Coach of the Year, led the program to one of its best in history, winning 21 matches and finishing runner-up in the league.
Senior Lecturer Karen Dalke’s (Sociology, Public & Environmental Affairs) co-authored conference paper entitled National Treasure: Nationalistic Representations of the Finnhorse in Trotting Championships, was recently published in the book, “Equestrian Cultures in Global and Local Contexts.”
A photograph taken by Prof. Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology, Women’s and Gender Studies) has been accepted into an exhibition called Art of Water at the James May Gallery in Algoma. The exhibition will run May 4 to 29, and an opening reception will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. May 5.
Listen to Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft’s (Public & Environmental Affairs) reaction to the first speech Pres. Trump gave on Feb. 28 before a joint session of Congress on WHBY.
UW-Green Bay faculty members Ryan Currier and Patrick Forsythe (Natural and Applied Sciences) have published an article with former students Corinne Grossmeier, Michael Laliberte and Brian Yagle. “Experiments on the evolution of laccolith morphology in plan-view” presents the results and implications of experiments performed by students in the Fall 2013 Capstone in Environmental Science course, […]
Assistant Professor Saeid Amiri (NAS, Statistics) reports the following publications: Amiri, S. & Modarres, R. (2016). Comparison of Tests of Contingency Tables. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics. doi: 10.1080/10543406.2016.1269786. Amiri, S., Modarres, R., & Zwanzig, S. (2016). Tests of Perfect Judgment Ranking using Pseudo-samples, Computational Statistics, DOI: 10.1007/s00180-016-0698-7. Amiri, S. (2016). Revisiting inference of coefficient of variation: nuisances parameters. Stat, […]