UW-Green Bay Humanities Lecturer Tara DaPra penned an op-ed piece for Inside Higher Education. Her article was published on Nov. 29 and discusses the recent UW System realignment. Read it here.
Despite weather-related travel difficulties, more than 400 UW-Green Bay alumni, students, faculty and staff, including about 100 prospective students and their families attended Lambeau Lectures Monday. The University’s primary goal of the Lambeau Lectures series is to showcase the University’s outstanding, award-winning faculty in the community, while introducing prospective students and their families as to […]
One-night event provides glimpse into UW-Green Bay experience GREEN BAY – “Lambeau Lectures: An Evening with UW-Green Bay and the Green Bay Packers,” a free event designed to help prospective students and parents experience the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 in the Lambeau Field Atrium (1265 Lombardi […]
Save the date and participate in Green Bay’s first-ever “UntitledTown, Green Bay’s Book and Author Festival,” downtown Green Bay, April 28-30. UW-Green Bay’s Rebecca Meacham is a founder and serves on the board of directors, volunteering alongside two UWGB alumni and other community leaders. Find out who is behind this effort here and see more of what is […]
The “Revise the Room” fundraiser has nearly reached its goal of raising $6,000 to purchase new chairs for Theater Hall 378. This room is used by students in English 305: Novel Writing Workshop who are challenged with writing a 50,000 word novel draft by the end of the semester. To learn more, visit their Facebook […]
Imagine trying to compose a 50,000-word novel on deadline. Pecking away on a keyboard for hours on end, while competing with 17 other students in a cramped classroom for power outlets and a few comfortable chairs. Obviously not the ideal conditions for concentration and creativity. However, for every trial is a resolution. Providing an educational […]
Rebecca Meacham and Chuck Rybak, associate professors of English and Humanistic Studies and a.k.a. UW-Green Bay’s creative writing program, are teaching concurrent — and competing — workshops in novel writing this fall. This is the first offering of English 305: Novel Writing Workshop, at UW-Green Bay. Each workshop student will produce a complete 50,000 word […]