Tag: course

Photo: Petri, Obey, Genrich visit Weinschenk class

Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk’s UW-Green Bay class in Public Policy heard first-hand Monday from two veterans of the Washington, D.C., political scene in former U.S. Reps. Tom Petri (R) and David Obey (D). The two were making their first stop as part of their Civic Participation Lecture Series. State Rep. Eric Genrich, D-Green Bay, was […]

Chancellor Miller to address LIR class on UWGB history (and future)

Learning in Retirement is throwing open the doors to one of its classes that will feature a presentation by Chancellor Gary L. Miller and discussion of the institution’s 50th Anniversary. Faculty, staff and friends are invited to this Wednesday’s installment of the LIR course “Celebrating 50 Years and the Power of the Phoenix.” The session […]

Attention, D2L users: A 2011-12 purge is coming… act soon, if need be

Nathan Kraftcheck from Academic Technology Services shares the following information, of possible interest to some who use the Desire2Learn course management and learning software: “This message pertains only to D2L courses conducted during the Fall 2011, Spring 2012, and Summer 2012 semesters. Anything after the Summer 2012 term will not be affected. On or about […]

RFP: Strategic Philanthropy course seeks projects to help at-risk kids, guardians

Now in its second year, UW-Green Bay’s Strategic Philanthropy course once again is teaching through giving — and looking to the community for ideas on how it can help. The course, taught by Assistant Prof. Lora Warner, Public and Environmental Affairs, is looking to give away $10,000 it received from the nationwide Learning by Giving […]

Students get a taste and feel of everyday life in the pre-modern world

UW-Green Bay students in Associate Professor Heidi Sherman’s (Humanistic Studies-Medieval History) History Capstone Course had a chance to relive the past with a visit to a longhouse recreated to replicate those of tenth-century Scandinavian farms in Norway. Owen and Elspeth Christianson, who have studied Viking-age Norway for nearly 40 years, built the longhouse in 2011-2012 […]