Associate Prof. and Director of the Center of Advancement of Teaching and Learning Caroline Boswell (History) recently published the article “Developing the Whole Teacher: Collaborative Engagement as Faculty Development within a First-Year Experience Program” in The Journal of Faculty Development. The article explores “a collaborative approach that embeds faculty development in a program for underserved students, […]
On Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, the Neville Museum will be hosting a STEAM Engine X event beginning at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Since this is STEAM Engine’s 10th event, there will also be free cake, champagne and stickers. STEAM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering, the arts […]
On Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, from 1 to 2 p.m. in Wood Hall 324, the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business will be hosting a research presentation entitled, “Something Real About Fake News: How Mindfulness and Mindlessness Drive The Echo-Chamber!” This presentation will be presented by UW-Green Bay Prof. Gaurav Bansal (MIS and Statistics) and […]
Members of the Art Agency, the UW-Green Bay visual arts advocacy student group, put out a call for art on the Art Agency Facebook Group for the Art Sale they host each semester. The group is again extending an invitation for students, faculty/staff and alumni artist to participate in their fifth biannual art sale to […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs) was interviewed by NPR affiliate KJZZ Phoenix as part of an immigration panel on Tucson’s “sanctuary city” vote. Her segment begins at the 18:50 mark and can be streamed here.
“One of the great love stories of film history, Casablanca is also a cautionary tale that bears re-watching and re-consideration in today’s tumultuous times,” writes UW-Green Bay Prof. David Coury (Humanities). You can read more at CAHSS and Effect.
Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) has recently published a book chapter entitled “Teacher Unions and Associations” for Springer’s International Handbook of Historical Studies in Education: Debates, Tensions, and Directions. The chapter, published in a book featuring numerous internationally renowned historians, covers the global historiographic trajectory of teacher unions and other teacher associations. Here’s a link to […]
UW-Green Bay art student Dane Schumacher was recently featured in the Wisconsin Triennial in Madison. He is one of a select few professional and student artists to be featured in the once- every-three-years exhibit. Dane’s work and other artists’ work can be found here.
Visiting artist Reni Gower presented a slide lecture, “Sacred Geometry: The Perfect Proof,” to UW-Green Bay art students during her visit from Oct. 29-31, 2019. In addition, she hosted a paper cutting workshop for the students. See the original event posting for Gower’s artist biography. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album […]
“All Human Beings are Born Free and Equal in Dignity and Rights” — Article 1- Universal Declaration of Human Rights Green Bay, Wis.—On December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights—a document born in the aftermath of the second world war, but just as relevant today. To mark […]