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In the news: Helpap offers take for story on female voters

Assistant Prof. David Helpap discussed the role of female voters in the gubernatorial election Friday (Oct. 17), providing context for a news story on NBC 26. Democratic challenger Mary Burke has polled well among women but saw her advantage with that group largely disappear in the most recent Marquette Law School Poll, Helpap said. Women’s […]

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This week at the Garden Café:

Tuesday, Oct. 21 Entrée:    Mexican Tuesday Soups:     Butternut Squash (Vegetarian), Andouille & White Bean Wednesday, Oct. 22 Entrée:    Cheese Ravioli with Creamy Pumpkin & Sage Sauce Soups:     Potato & Leek (Vegetarian), Chicken Tortilla Thursday, Oct. 23 Entrée:    Sautéed Chicken Breast with Mushroom & Citrus Sauce Served with Wild Rice Soups:  […]

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UW-Green Bay’s first female AD to share perspective for next ‘After Thoughts’

When UW-Green Bay’s Mary Ellen Gillespie was hired a year ago as the University’s director of intercollegiate athletics, she became one of just 28 female athletic directors (of 346 total) in Division I. On Thursday, Nov. 6, Gillespie will talk about her experience in this male-dominated field as part of the University’s After Thoughts series […]

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Alumni Reunion Days include Lambeau Cottage gathering

UW-Green Bay hosts its second annual Alumni Reunion Days on campus Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25. Among the new twists this time around will be a Friday gathering from 6 to 11 p.m. at Lambeau Cottage, which could draw one of the largest public gatherings at the facility since its refurbishing nearly a […]

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‘Phoenix Talks,’ modeled after popular TEDx series, to be presented Nov. 3-6

UW-Green Bay and the Common Theme committee will present a series of “Phoenix Talks” — modeled after the popular TEDx talks — Nov. 3-6 in the Christie Theatre. Each session will feature three engaging community leaders (most of whom are UW-Green Bay alumni) who will discuss their careers and talk about the importance of public […]

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Live from campus: Good Day Wisconsin features Food Day

UW-Green Bay’s Food Day will be in the local media spotlight Monday (Oct. 20), when Fox 11’s Good Day Wisconsin goes live from campus for four morning segments. Reporter Pauleen Le will speak with student Food Day organizers about the goals of Monday’s events, the issues they raise and the lineup of offerings for students, […]

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In the news: Gerds reviews opening night of ‘Uncommon Women’

Local 5 News Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds reviewed opening night of the UW-Green Bay production of Uncommon Women and Others Thursday, introducing readers to playwright Wendy Wasserstein’s tale of eight friends reuniting a half-dozen years after college has ended. “There’s plenty of meat to work with for director Laura Riddle, the cast and the UWGB Theatre […]

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‘Out of the Closet and Into Power’

The Pride Center is showing the film “Breaking Through Out of the Closet and Into the Halls of Power” Wednesday (Oct. 22) in the Christie Theatre at 5 p.m. The award-winning film includes interviews with openly LGBT elected officials, both Democrat and Republican including Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, and how they moved past feelings […]

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Deadlines this week for major faculty grant programs

• Reminder: The deadline for Teaching Enhancement Grant proposals is Oct. 20. • Applications for 2015-16 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows/Scholars are due Oct. 24
. • The campus Research Council reminds us that the deadline for fall 2014 Grants in Aid of Research proposals is Oct. 20.

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Faculty note: Senzaki

A paper by Sawa Senzaki, assistant professor of Human Development and Psychology, was recently featured on the “Psychology Today” homepage. The paper “Holistic vs. analytic expressions in children’s artworks: Investigating cross-cultural differences and similarities in drawings and collages between Canadian and Japanese school-age children” was published in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Senzaki’s research discusses why […]

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