The Concert Hour Involving Music Teachers (C.H.I.M.E) at the Sheboygan Campus, Oct. 17, 2019 featured talented UW-Green Bay faculty from multiple campuses. See the full release, here. Performances were by Assistant Prof. Luis Fernandez, Assistant Prof. Michael Rector, Associate Prof. Adam Gaines, Assistant Prof. Bill Salak and Sheboygan Campus Associate Lecturer Paul Sucherman. The concert […]
Professor Harvey Kaye’s (Democracy and Justice Studies) newest book is now available on Amazon. “The eighteen essays and speeches in Take Hold of Our History render a manifesto—a call to remember, redeem, and embrace the American radical story and tradition in favor of cultivating American historical memory and imagination and making America radical once again.” […]
Former UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology) and student Anastasia Lundquist (Psychology) recently published an article on how symptom severity of depression affects stigmatization. Lundquist completed the research and article for her honors project. The article can be found here.
Prof. Harvey Kaye (Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies) was quoted about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s use of a Thomas Paine quote regarding President Trump’s impeachment inquiry. More via To talk impeachment, Nancy Pelosi embraces a Revolutionary | San Francisco Chronicle. In another note, Prof. Harvey Kaye discusses his upcoming book Take […]
Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) was quoted in a Reuters story about teacher strikes in Chicago. The article can be found here.
Prof. Ryan Martin’s (Psychology) TED talk, “Why Do We Need Anger,” was featured on an NPR episode, “Reframing Anger.” The entire episode can be found here.
Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) was recently quoted in a New York Times story on teacher contracts. More via ‘More Than Just Money': Chicago Parents Warm to Teachers’ Contract Demands | New York Times.
More than 8,800 students are now part of the Phoenix Family; Green Bay Campus saw 9.7% growth in one year Green Bay, Wis.—If you get the feeling that there are more Phoenix in the flock this year, you’re right. Unofficial enrollment figures released today show the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has realized its largest headcount […]
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Professors Cristina Ortiz (Spanish and Humanities) and David Coury (German and Humanities) are contributors to a new volume of essays: “Resistiendo al Imperio: nuevas aproximaciones al antiamericanismo desde el siglo XX hasta la actualidad” (Resisting the Empire: New Approaches to Anti-Americanism from the 20th Century to the Present), published in Spain by Silex and edited by […]