“The Jewish Question in Post-Revolutionary France: Reflections on Jews, Jewishness and Anti-Semitism (1789-present)” is the title of a free and interdisciplinary public program at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29) in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. Author and researcher Gayle Zachmann, a University of Florida professor, is the guest speaker. Zachmann will discuss the apparent dichotomy […]
UW-Green Bay’s second annual French Day will take place on campus next Tuesday, April 29, welcoming high school and middle school students from all over the state along with a number of French exchange students currently studying and living in Wisconsin. The event’s coordinator, Prof. E. Nicole Meyer of Humanistic Studies, chair of the French […]
Prof. Harvey Kaye, Democracy and Justice Studies, will discuss his new book, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great, on Wisconsin Public Radio this Tuesday afternoon (April 22). He’s the guest during the 2 p.m. CDT hour on “The Kathleen Dunn Show.” Read more.
UW-Green Bay Deputy Chief Information Officer David Kieper has received numerous media inquiries as of late, as information security issues continue to make local and national news. On Friday (April 18), he spoke with Fox 11’s Gabrielle Mays about the recent security breach at Michaels craft stores. “The hackers, the bad guys, managed to get […]
Those thoughtful people over at The Phoenix Bookstore have declared Thursday (April 24) to be Customer Appreciation Day. The discount is 25 percent, storewide (although some exclusions may apply).
Mark King has been promoted from CEO of TaylorMade-Adidas Golf to president of Adidas Group North America, the company announced Thursday. King, a Green Bay native, 1981 graduate of UW-Green Bay’s Business Administration program and member of the Council of Trustees/Foundation Board of Directors, will begin his new assignment June 1. In his new role, […]
Four candidates for the position of Director of Diversity for UW-Green Bay will visit campus and participate in interviews over the next two weeks. The first candidate has an open forum at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday (April 23) in the American Intercultural Center. For the complete list of candidates and the open forum schedule, see our […]
Congratulations to the Broken Scissors team! Members Angela Kleinhans, Ashley Grant and James Ward won first place in the first Spring 2014 Quiz Bowl at UW-Green Bay hosted by the University Union. “The teams may have been a little jumbled, but every contestant enjoyed it,” said event organizer Alex Schwartz, who thanked each of the […]
UW-Green Bay is one of the 332 most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company profiles UW-Green Bay in the fifth annual edition of its free downloadable book, “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges.” The Princeton Review chose the schools for this guide […]
We’ve got more good news on the research front, following up on Wednesday’s word that Nursing Chair Susan Gallagher-Lepak has received a $49,000-plus UW System Applied Research Grant. Associate Prof. Franklin Chen, Natural and Applied Sciences, also has received an Applied Research Grant from System, this one for $42,641 for 2014-15. Chen’s project, titled “Chemically […]