Category: Faculty/Staff

Faculty note: Prof. Ryan Martin comments on ‘stroller rage’

According to Fatherly, “stroller rage” is very real for parents. It is similar to road rage, which is what most of us have experienced by either receiving it or expressing it. UW-Green Bay Professor Ryan Martin (Psychology) says that stroller rage stems from the same stimulus as road rage. “People get angry when their goals are blocked,” […]

Faculty note: Prof. Meacham is elected board co-president of UntitledTown

UW-Green Bay Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English and Humanities) has been elected board co-president of UntitledTown Co., the 501c3 nonprofit that organizes the annual book and author festival in Green Bay. Meacham, one of the Festival founding members and a board member since 2016, previously held roles as the board secretary, programming chair, and marketing/communications chair. […]

Faculty note: Associate Prof. Eric Morgan: ‘Don’t Play Ball with South Africa’

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Eric Morgan (Democracy and Justice Studies) recently published a chapter “Don’t Play Ball with South Africa” in the edited collection Sport and Protest: Global Perspectives. Morgan’s essay, originally published in The International Journal of the History of Sport, explores the efforts of American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS) and other activists […]

Faculty note: Prof. Rebecca Meacham Writer-in-Residence at Write on, Door County

UW-Green Bay Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English and Humanities) spent a week as the Writer-in-Residence at Write On, Door County, a Juddville, Wis. nonprofit dedicated to classes, events and community outreach for writers and readers in Northeast Wisconsin. In exchange for their residency, writers-in-residence conduct a course or other service in exchange; Meacham’s service entailed forging […]

Faculty note: Prof. Rebecca Meacham featured writer at Bastille Day Midsummer’s Music event

On July 13, 2018 UW-Green Bay Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English and Humanities) was the featured writer at the Bastille Day Midsummer’s Music event in Ephraim, Wis. In partnership with Midsummer’s Music, a Write On, Door County writer reads a work inspired by music being performed. Meacham read a new nonfiction piece, “Feather Rousing,” in response to “Trio in G […]

Prof. Gurung is keynote speaker at Ohio Psychology Teaching Conference

UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Human Development and Psychology) was the keynote speaker at the inaugural Ohio Psychology Teaching Conference at the Ohio State University. His talk addressed a major issue faced by many faculty, the challenge to cover content. His suggest? Boldly go beyond content to teach students how to learn and […]

Faculty note: Manitowoc campus Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten to be featured in Manitowoc Art Slam in September

Manitowoc campus Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten (English & Gender Studies) is an avid poet, who finds inspiration in the Great Lakes landscape, poetry of Emily Dickinson and different music genres. She will share her talent in Manitowoc Art Slam’s Poetry Slam. The event will take place September 14 through 16 in downtown Manitowoc. For […]