Tag: Education

Prof. Ashmann speaks on the quality of schools

Professor Scott Ashmann (Science Education) was recently interviewed by Wallethub — an organization which offers credit reports and financial advice — for an article on the states with the best and worst school systems in 2016. Ashmann commented on the contributing factors to a school’s quality and how to improve it. According to the provided […]

Documentary Education, Inc., to play Wednesday at the Christie Theatre

The documentary film, “Education, Inc.” will be shown in the Christie Theater, of the University Union, UWGB at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10.  According to its sponsors, “The film examines the free-market and for-profit interests that have been quietly and systematically privatizing America’s public education system under the banner of ‘school choice.’”  The one-hour film […]

Trimberger, DePouw are new Teaching Fellows/Scholars recipients

The Provost’s Office and Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning are proud to announce the 2016-2017 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars recipients at UW-Green Bay: Associate Prof. Gail Trimberger (Social Work) and Assistant Prof. Christin DePouw of Education. The Teaching Fellows and Scholars program is the UW System’s signature professional development program. Dating […]

Garbe receives Radder Memorial honor

  Receiving the Whitney Radder Phenomenal Role Model Award winner for UWGB’s Phuture Phoenix program is Riley Garbe, a UWGB mentor at Franklin Middle School. Garbe was nominated by Franklin Phellow Autumn Beukema, who said of Garbe, “He has shown outstanding work at Franklin and has such a passion for this program. He has gone […]

Midwest Environmental Education Conference


The Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education (WAEE) is preparing to host the Midwest Environmental Education Conference, a biennial regional gathering of environmental educators and others. The conference is Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 22-24, at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison.

Faculty, staff to present at Ally Conference

The Oct. 24 diversity and equality conference at UW-Green Bay will feature presentations by a good many faculty and staff members of the University. As of this date, presenters include: Christin DePouw, Education; Joel Muraco, Human Development; Kristin Vespia, Human Development; Pao Lor, Education; Stacie Christian, Human Development; Kristy Aoki, Office of International Education; Jemma […]

First Nations welcomes visitors for Oral Scholars in Residence

The Oral Scholars in Residence are back on campus in the Education Center for First Nations Studies. All students, staff, faculty, and community members are invited to visit and learn from the First Nations Elders in the time-honored oral tradition. Appointments are not needed and drop-ins are welcome! To learn more about the distinctive program. […]

Tickets selling well for Arendt/Kimball’s Mexican Luncheon


Next Wednesday will be the last chance to reserve your ticket for the Friday, Sept. 25, Mexican Luncheon at the University Union, but you might want to do so earlier. Tickets are in high demand to hear the presentation by Profs. Lucy Arendt and Steven Kimball and to taste some fun Mexican food that they […]

First Cultural Cuisine luncheon of the fall: Mexico, on Sept. 25


Our colleagues in the University Union inform us that the first cultural cuisine meal this year will showcase food from Mexico at noon Friday, Sept. 25, in the Union’s Phoenix Room. Tickets are on sale now at the University Ticketing and Information Center. Profs. Lucy Arendt (Cofrin School of Business) and Steven Kimball (Education) will […]

New early childhood partnership with NWTC announced

Exciting news for the UW-Green Bay Professional Program in Education. Early Childhood Education programs at UWGB and NWTC will soon be bridged to allow Early Childhood Education Associate Degree Program graduates from NWTC to transfer seamlessly into the licensure and non-licensure education programs at UWGB. Additionally, faculty from both institutions will work hand-in-hand, designing a […]