Tag: College of Arts/Humanities/Soc. Sciences

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Really Big Prints at UW-Manitowoc

The Herald Times Reporter listed summer things to do in Manitowoc, recently. Among them is UW-Manitowoc’s Really Big Prints, in which artists create limited-edition prints so large that they need a street roller to transfer the ink to the paper. Really Big Prints 3.0 will take place July 11-14 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., with […]

Faculty note: Prof. Derek Jeffreys talks about America’s jails

“Nearly 12 million people pass through America’s jail system every year. Many of them are never convicted of a crime, but they can spend anywhere from a couple of months to several years incarcerated, according to Prof. Derek Jeffreys (Humanities, Religion), author of “America’s Jails: The Search for Human Dignity in an Age of Mass […]

Faculty note: Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk compares Clinton and Obama’s success in demographics

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk’s (Public Administration) study in the Journal of Political Marketing concludes that former presidential candidate Hilary Clinton was less successful in gaining the interest of demographic groups in the 2016 election than Barack Obama in 2012. Weinschenk said that by using state-level data, he found out that Clinton underperformed Obama in 83% […]

An Unlikely Time Machine

Viking House on the UW-Green Bay Campus

UW-Green Bay’s new Viking House transports visitors to medieval Norway The first glimpse of the low, wooden structure sitting alone near Wood Hall gives no clue it is, in a sense, a time machine, ready to transport visitors 1,000 years into the past, to experience daily life in medieval Scandinavia. This is the Viking House, […]

Prof. Kaye to speak at Norman Rockwell Museum, July 12

UW-Green Bay Professor Harvey Kaye will present, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great, Thursday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. as part of the Norman Rockwell Museum’s (Stockbridge, MA) Thursday Evening Series. Kaye offers reflections on the Four Freedoms and their legacy today during this special event. […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus Marcus Grignon advocate of industrial hemp

Tribal hemp leaders in Native communities are keen to bring back industrial hemp, and among them is UW-Green Bay alumnus Marcus Grignon ’16 (Democracy and Justice Studies.) Grignon, who is an advocate of industrial hemp, was involved in launching of the International Hemp Association, which is directed to educate Native communities about hemp. Read more about […]

Video: Chancellor Miller talks transformation, welcomes branch communities

It’s a new transformation for higher education in Northeast Wisconsin. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller welcomes the campuses and community members of Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan to the new UW-Green Bay.

UW-Green Bay achieves 10-year re-accreditation

GREEN BAY — A little affirmation is good for the soul. A lot is even better, especially when it comes from an impressive body like the Higher Learning Commission. UW-Green Bay received word from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) this spring that it has been reaffirmed for the next 10 years. The HLC, one of […]

UW-Green Bay Footprint Grows as it is Joined with UW-Marinette, UW-Manitowoc and UW-Sheboygan


Chancellor Says Creativity and Partnership Are Essential to Reinvent Higher Education Ecosystem Green Bay, Wis. — With the UW System’s restructuring proposal receiving approval by the Higher Learning Commission today, UW-Green Bay is welcoming three new campuses and communities — UW-Marinette, UW-Manitowoc and UW-Sheboygan — and preparing for the next critical steps in the restructuring process. On July […]