Prof. Ray Hutchison (Sociology and Public and Environmental Affairs) has published a paper titled “Empy Space: Historical Memory” in the Springer VS collection Moving Cities — Contested Views on Urban Life. Hutchison’s chapter examines three events from the Great Railroad Strike of 1877 in Chicago — the Market Square rally where Albert Parsons addressed some 20,000 persons, […]
“Power and provocativeness: The effects of subtle changes in clothing on perceptions of working women,” is now published in the Journal of Social Psychology. The publication is the work of Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) and UW-Green Bay graduates Michaella Brikner ’17 and Vincenzio Badalamenti ’16, as well as current student Elizabeth Punke. “The […]
Kayla Ermeling, a 2016 (Spanish) UW-Green Bay graduate is set to open a smoothie bar — Ignite Nutrition Sept. 5 in Wausau. The shop will serve nutritious smoothie drinks and fitness ideas to bring people together. The Wausau Daily Herald has the story and her big plans for the future.
UntitledTown is returning. The dates have been set for the region’s second annual book and author festival — April 20-22, 2018. Missed it this year? Take a look at this video for a review of UntitledTown 2017.
Chuck Rybak, Interim Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, is part of a team to receive a newly awarded National Endowment for the Humanities grant, led by Roopika Risam at Salem State University. The grant is called “Networking the Regional Comprehensives,” with the goal a formation of a network of digital […]
UW-Green Bay alumnus Shawn Pollack ’04 (Communication Processes) has an idea that is hot — pizza, fresh off the farm, delivered to your door. He recently launched Poco Pizza to great success. The Fond du Lac Reporter (Aug. 9) had the story.
Congratulations to Heather Clarke (Business Administration/Human Resources), Ryan Holzem (Natural and Applied Sciences), Kevin Kain (Humanities), Kim Reilly (Democracy and Justice Studies), and Jennifer Ronsman (English Composition) — named the 2017-18 UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars. They were selected through a competitive process based on their strong record of teaching accomplishments and high quality applications outlining […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology, Women’s and Gender Studies, Art) will present “The Complex Mosaic of Human Sexes” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5 at the Neville Public Museum. “Oh, you had a baby. What is it?” is often the first question asked… and most think it’s a simple question with one […]
“Estamos Aquí”, Spanish for ‘we are here,’ is the title of a new exhibit on the first floor of the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wis. If not for almost-lifelong resident Antonio Saldaña ’88, (Spanish, English) in partnership with the local advocacy group Casa ALBA Melanie these Latino voices might have gone completely unheard. […]
Joel Williquette ’12 ’15 (Interdisciplinary Studies, Masters of Management), Vice President/CIO of Capital Credit Union and an instructor at UW-Green Bay’s GenCyber Camp, says there is a huge shortfall of cyber security professionals in the nation. The program hopes to be part of that solution. “After universities have created new programs, we now have a […]