Saturday (March 8) was one of the biggest March days in many years for the Phoenix men’s and women’s basketball programs, with both teams No. 1 in the conference standings. The men hosted the Horizon League semifinals at the Resch Center by virtue of their 14-2 regular-season finish. Meanwhile, the UW-Green Bay women hosted conference […]
UW-Green Bay Continuing Professional Education will present “Loss of an Infant: An Understanding of Perinatal Grief and Bereavement,” from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, March 21 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, 2040 Airport Drive, Green Bay. This all-day workshop will explore the history of engagement with perinatal grief and bereavement, and will include a […]
UW-Green Bay will be well-represented at Wednesday’s (March 12) Posters in the Rotunda undergraduate research event — a total of 16 students will be presenting 11 projects under the state Capitol dome. From “Phirst”-year success to voter turnout and one seriously cool calculator app, these students will be presenting on a wide variety of topics […]
When Illene Cupit, a professor of Human Development at UW-Green Bay, first proposed a class on death, dying and loss in 1984, her department chair asked, “Who is going to take a class like that?” The class filled instantly, capped at 50. “Death is coming out of the closet,” Cupit, now president of the Association […]
Prof. Harvey J. Kaye of Democracy and Justice Studies is the author of a lengthy essay at the Bill Moyers website. It’s titled “Remembering Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Second Bill of Rights.” Kaye’s book on the Four Freedoms is due out in April by Simon and Schuster. See Kaye’s Moyers essay.
Officer Chad Kleman of Public Safety has received “Spotlight of the Month” recognition from the National Residence Hall Honorary for going above and beyond in serving his campus community. Two student Residence Assistants at UW-Green Bay, Corinne Grossmeier and Kelsey Hapner, nominated Kleman for the national recognition. They praised his professionalism and personable manner in […]
Catherine Henze, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and English, is the author of the lead article in the latest issue of the journal Comparative Drama. Her scholarship, “‘Wise Enough to Play the Fool’: Robert Armin and Shakespeare’s Sung Songs of Scripted Improvisation,” focuses on the substantive impact Shakespeare’s leading comic actor had on songs in […]
Rebecca Meacham, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and English, will be doing a reading at 6:30 p.m. this Friday (March 14) at The Reader’s Loft Bookstore. She’ll read from her new flash fiction collection, Morbid Curiosities, and she promises listeners they’ll get a wee glimpse of material from her upcoming Peshtigo Fire novel, as well. […]
It looked like a great event! We’ve posted some snapshots from the recent After Thoughts program presented by Associate Prof. Cristina Ortiz. Take a look.
The Phoenix women’s basketball team is earning honors as Horizon League Tournament week gets under way. On Monday Kevin Borseth was named coach of the year, the eighth time in his 11 seasons at Green Bay and first in his second stint with the program. He guided a young team to an overall record of […]