Category: Faculty/Staff

Faculty note: Prof. Shelton publishes essay in nationally prominent periodical

Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (Democracy and Justice Studies) has published an essay, “The Factory That Ate Wisconsin,” in Dissent, a quarterly magazine of politics and ideas and considered one of the nation’s leading intellectual journals. Read the essay.

Faculty note: Associate Prof. Thomas Nesslein featured on WalletHub

Associate Prof. Thomas Nesslein (Public and Environmental Affairs) was featured in WalletHub’s recent piece, “2018’s Fastest-Growing Cities in America,” where he discussed the biggest challenges faced by cities facing rapid population growth, among other topics. Read more.

Faculty note: Prof. David Coury presents paper at German Studies Association Conference

Prof. David Coury (Humanities, German, and Global Studies) presented a paper entitled “AfD, Pegida and Cultural Nationalism” as part of a three-day workshop on transdisciplinary approaches to right-wing populism at the German Studies Association Conference in Pittsburgh. Coury is also part of an international research group based at the University of Toronto, which is studying populism and […]

Faculty note: Prof. Regan Gurung writes article on for ‘Psychology Today’

UW-Green Bay Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology & Human Development) recently wrote an article for Psychology Today. The article, titled “Tempted to Cancel That Meeting? Don’t,” examines the emerging trend of people cancelling meetings. Read more.

Faculty note: Prof. Marcelo Cruz co-presents paper at international conference

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Marcelo Cruz (Public and Environmental Administration) presented a paper with Javier Marti on comparing policies of World Heritage Sites in Quito, Ecuador and Old Havana at the ninth International Conference of Latin American Geography held in Toledo, Spain September 12-14, 2018.

Faculty note: Prof. Regan Gurung publishes book on health psychology

UW-Green Bay Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology & Human Development) recently published a new book, “Health Psychology: Well-Being in a Diverse World.” The book introduces students to the main topics and issues in health psychology through a unique perspective focused on diversity. Learn more.

Faculty note: Associate Prof. Marcelo Cruz publishes article

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Marcelo Cruz (Public and Environmental Affairs) has recently co-authored co-authored a study comparing the urban morphologies of Green Bay, Wisconsin and Albacete, Spain, which was published in the Ería Journal of Geography. The citation: “Transformations of intermediate size cities in the U.S. and Spain: the cases of Green Bay (USA) and Albacete (Spain), co-authored […]

Faculty note: (Correction) Prof. Kristy Deetz appointed to College Art Association’s jury for Distinguished Teaching of Art Award

UW-Green Bay Prof. Kristy Deetz (Art and Design) has been appointed to a three-year term on the College Art Association’s jury for the Distinguished Teaching of Art Award. College Art Association, as the preeminent international leadership organization in the visual arts, promotes these arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual engagement and a commitment to the […]

Faculty note: Assistant Prof. Alise Coen featured on WPR

Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs), who teaches at UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc and Sheboygan campuses, was interviewed on WPR’s “Central Time” on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 for a segment discussing the Trump administration’s new cuts to U.S. refugee admissions. Listen to the segment.

Prof. Boswell gives popular presentation at Waupaca Area Library

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 […]