Tag: Dinner Lecture series

Close-ups recap: Professor Style hosts India Dinner Lecture

UW-Green Bay Professor Christine Style enlightened and educated the audience as part of the UWGB Office of Outreach dinner lecture series, May 27. Her program focused on Nek Chand and the Rock Garden in Chandigarh (Northern India) — one of the largest in the world, and one of the world’s largest ongoing mosaic works comprising 20 acres.

Small but profound: Meredith-Livingston shares the culture of Slovakia

Members of the UW-Green Bay community were treated to a night of music, traditional food, and education, during the latest UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event highlighting the country, Slovakia. An Associate Professor of Music and Women’s and Gender Studies, Sarah Meredith Livingston was the featured presenter during the March 31 event. She was introduced […]

Next Outreach dinner lecture to feature Slovakia, Meredith Livingston

UW-Green Bay Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston will share her insights into the country of Slovakia and its Roma communities during a UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event Tuesday, March 31. A professor of Music and Women’s and Gender Studies, she has performed, traveled in and brought students to the small Eastern European country, having served […]

UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series to focus on culture, cuisine of Slovakia

UW-Green Bay Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston will share her insights into the country of Slovakia and its Roma communities during a UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event Tuesday, March 31. Meredith Livingston, Music and Women’s and Gender Studies, has performed, traveled in and brought students to the small Eastern European country, having served as a […]

Photo gallery: An evening in Turkey

UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series, hosted by the Division of Outreach and Adult Access, returned on Thursday evening, Sept. 25, with a visit to the nation of Turkey and a presentation by Associate Prof. Atife Caglar of Natural and Applied Sciences. She shared stories, photographs and the cuisine of her native land in a presentation to an attentive campus and community audience in the Phoenix Room.

Turkey dinner promises chicken, ‘funny facts’

UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series, hosted by the Division of Outreach and Adult Access, returns on Thursday evening, Sept. 25, with a visit to the nation of Turkey and a presentation by Associate Prof. Atife Caglar of Natural and Applied Sciences. She’ll share stories, photographs and the cuisine of her native land in the program […]

Clif Ganyard to present ‘Japan: A Cultural Perspective’ in dinner lecture

The UW-Green Bay Outreach dinner lecture series resumes with a timely bit of programming: an evening featuring the soon-to-be-recipient of the UW System’s top teaching award. Historian Clifton Ganyard, an associate professor of Humanistic Studies, will present “Japan: A Cultural Perspective” Wednesday, June 4, in the Union’s Phoenix Room. The event includes social time, dinner […]

UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture event to feature culture, cuisine of Costa Rica

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Mathew E. Dornbush will be the keynote speaker for the next installment of UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series. Dornbush, Natural and Applied Sciences, will present “The Green Republic: Tropical Conservation and Ecology in Costa Rica” Thursday, March 13 in the Phoenix Room of the University Union on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. […]

Dornbush to take Dinner Lecture guests on ‘Green Republic’ journey

“The Green Republic: Tropical Conservation and Ecology in Costa Rica” is the topic of biologist and ecologist Mathew Dornbush, associate professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, on Thursday night, March 13. The evening in the Phoenix Room is the next installment in the Dinner Lecture series organized by the Division of Outreach and Adult Access. […]

Levintova to present “Russia Today” during Dinner Lecture Series Sept .26

Associate Prof. Katia Levintova will headline the first UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event of the 2013-14 academic year, presenting “Russia Today” Thursday, Sept. 26 in the Phoenix Rooms of the University Union. Levintova, Public and Environmental Affairs, will focus on numerous aspects of Russia’s diversity, from climates, landscapes and cultures to traditions, history, language, […]