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Reminder on Sorelle farewell… and hello, Mike Barry

Your chance to extend best wishes to longtime Phoenix Bookstore manager Patrick Sorelle on his final day of UW-Green Bay employment after 28 years — he’s bringing his game not to South Beach but to NWTC — has been arranged with a traditional cake reception set for 1:30 to 3 p.m. Friday (Nov. 21) in […]

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Faculty note: Kaye’s New Jersey remarks

UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye hit the New Jersey World War II Book Club earlier this fall on a trip east. His topic, of course, was his Franklin Roosevelt and Greatest Generation book The Fight for the Four Freedoms. An audience of more than 100 attended the talk by the professor of Democracy and Justice […]

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Staff note: Trombley presentation

Christina Trombley, director of the Adult Degree Program, presented at the University Professional and Continuing Education Association’s (UPCEA) Central Region Conference in Denver, CO. Her presentation, “Case Study for Developing Data Dashboards,” was rated one of five “Best in Show” based on participant evaluations and is a finalist to be included in the UPCEA National […]

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Politics, pollution of Tijuana River will be Russel’s topic for NAS Seminar

The next free public lecture in the Natural and Applied Sciences seminar series takes place at 3 p.m. this Friday (Nov. 21) in Room 301 of the Environmental Sciences Building. The speaker is Assistant Prof. Rachel Russell of the Public and Environmental Affairs program. The attention-grabbing title of her seminar is “Sh!t Flows Downhill: Investigating […]

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‘Disabilities’ is topic for Inclusive Excellence series program Thursday

Lynn Niemi, UW-Green Bay coordinator for disability services, will lead a panel discussion from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 20) in the Union’s Christie Theatre for the next installment in the Inclusive Excellence and Equity Certificate Series of programs. The topic is “Disabilities.” Niemi says that approximately 20 percent of U.S adults can be […]

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Faculty note: Boswell publication, presentation

An article by Caroline Boswell, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and History, was featured in a special forum on “Rethinking the English Revolution” in the Autumn 2014 issue of the Journal of British Studies, published by Cambridge University Press. The article, “Provoking Disorder: The Politics of Speech in Protectorate Middlesex,” explored how a 1654 ordinance against challenges, duels, and […]

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To take ‘pulse’ of bay’s nutrient loading, Zorn wins $222K Sea Grant award

Prof. Michael Zorn of UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences program is the recipient of a two-year, $221,961 grant from the Wisconsin Sea Grant program. His project is titled “Extreme Events, Watershed Loadings and Climate Change: Implications for the Management and Long Term Health of the Green Bay, Lake Michigan, Ecosystem.” With co-investigators Kevin Fermanich […]

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Farewell sendoff for Pat Sorelle is Friday

Your presence is requested as the campus community says thank you to Patrick Sorelle for his 28 years of service to UW-Green Bay. Help send him on his new crosstown adventure (he has been appointed the bookstore manager for our local technical college) with the traditional cake reception from 1:30 to 3 p.m. this Friday […]

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Faculty note: Saxton-Ruiz

Gabriel T. Saxton-Ruiz, associate professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, attended the 37th annual conference of the American Literary Translators Association last week in Milwaukee. He participated in workshops that dealt with best practices in teaching translation, how to introduce theory in the translation classroom and how to design curriculum for translation studies programs. He […]

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Kaye interview on ‘Fight for the Four Freedoms’

Harvey Kaye, UW-Green Bay Prof. of Democracy and Justice Studies, appeared recently on the nationally syndicated Will Roberts talk program to talk about his book, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great. Kaye’s interview appears at about the 6:20 mark. https://t.co/weDFahsLJr

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