The Hamilton Wood Type show at the Lawton Gallery was over a year and a half in the making, began Museum Director, Jim Moran in his pre- art opening presentation Thursday afternoon (Sept. 10). He addressed a roomful of students, faculty, staff, retirees, and alumni, acknowledging the combined efforts of UW-Green Bay Graphic Design Prof. […]
Prof. Eva Andersson Strand of the Center for Textile Research in Copenhagen, Denmark will present on the topic “Textile Production in Viking Age Scandinavia” from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday (Nov. 17) in the Christie Theater of the University Union. Andersson Strand, an archaeologist, is described as the world’s leading expert on Viking Age textile […]
The following two stories are repeated from yesterday for the benefit of those who reported back they were unable to access the links provided. The URL links are corrected here. Does Packers’ proud history include arson? Voyageur helps address mystery Voyageur magazine, the Northeast Wisconsin historical review, was co-founded on campus, has offices here and […]
Distance is no deterrent for Marcia Mueller when it comes time to return for the annual Named Scholarship Reception at UW-Green Bay.
A pair of student-created, oversize charcoal portraits made at the recent Create-a-Thon has found a temporary home adjacent to the elevators on the 8th floor of the Cofrin Library. The large, finely detailed drawings are of Chancellor Tom Harden and Provost Julia Wallace — specifically, their eyes, approximately 10x life size — positioned to give […]
To enhance their teaching and scholarship, three UW-Green Bay professors have been granted sabbaticals to take place during the 2013-14 academic year. The news was made public this week after the University notified UW System of the sabbatical assignments. Sabbaticals offer select faculty members in-depth study opportunities to develop new directions and knowledge in their […]
Music Prof. Adam Gaines of Arts and Visual Design will perform as cornet soloist with the Green Bay City Band this Thursday night (July 5) at St. James Park on Monroe Street. The theme of the night is Sousa; Gaines will be performing a piece by his cornet soloist, Herbert L. Clarke, titled ‘The Debutante.’ […]
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents is set to consider promotions or tenure for 12 UW-Green Bay faculty members during its meeting June 7-8 at UW-Milwaukee.
Music Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston of the Arts and Visual Design academic unit was scheduled to perform Monday night as guest soloist with the University of Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra during their concert at the San Pedro Opera Theater in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil. She performed “Seguidilla,” the well-known aria from Bizet’s “Carmen.” The performance will be repeated on […]
Prof. Alison Gates (Arts and Visual Design) and Heidi Sherman (Humanistic Studies) and their student, Alicia Engstrom (a Humanistic Studies major in the Ancient/Medieval track and and Art minor), presented three papers May 11 at the 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies held at Western Michigan University. They presented at a special session sponsored by […]