Tag: emeritus

Associate Prof. Emerita Goff becomes columnist for “InSinc Quarterly”

Victoria Goff, Associate Professor Emerita, Communication and History, is a new columnist for InSinc Quarterly, a publication of Sisters in Crime, a national organization of 3,600 mystery writers, editors, and publishers. The organization was founded in 1986 by best-selling mystery writer Sarah Paretsky and others to combat discrimination against women in the mystery field. Goff’s first column, which covers grammar, […]

Faculty note: History Emeritus, Craig Lockard, publishes anthology

The recently published anthology, The New World History: A Field Guide for Teachers and Researchers (University of California Press, 2016), includes two essays by Craig Lockard (SCD/History Emeritus): “The Rise of World History Scholarship” and “Southeast Asia in World History.” The anthology was edited by Ross Dunn, Laura Mitchell and Kerry Ward.

UW-Green Bay recognizes the 2016 Emeritus and Service Awards recipients

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A number of current and past UW-Green Bay employees were honored at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s 2016 Emeritus and Service Awards Presentation, Thursday, Feb. 11 in the University Union. The program was emceed by Secretary of Faculty and Staff Steve Meyer with Provost Greg Davis and Chancellor Gary Miller presenting the plaques recognizing distinguished […]

You are invited: Service and Emeritus presentations on Thursday, Feb. 11

The confusion seems to come into play because UWGB did not have a mid-year convocation this year. However, faculty and staff will still be recognized for years of service and emeritus status, from 4 to 4:45 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 11 in Phoenix AB. All of campus is invited and encouraged to attend the recognition ceremony. […]

January Convocation? No, but in February…

We’ve been getting inquires lately about whether or not the mid-year convocation — something of a custom on campus for the last half dozen years or so — will return for January 2016.  The answer is “no,” in a way. The event is being revamped and reorganized and rescheduled for mid-February. You can expect to […]

Prof. Emeritus Kraft gets national readership on energy op-ed


Political scientist Michael E. Kraft, UW-Green Bay professor emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs, continues to contribute periodic essays distributed nationally by the McClatchy news services. His latest, on President Obama’s energy policies, has appeared over the past two weeks in more than 40 newspapers including such heavyweights as the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Faculty note: Goff book, presentations

Victoria Goff, associate professor emerita (ICS), is writing a book on the impact of social media on authors and the U.S. book publishing industry. She recently shared some of her findings at Left Coast Crime, an annual conference of mystery writers that attracts best-selling authors and fans from all over the country. On March 12, […]

Littig weighs in on ‘Wisconsin Idea’; language change later dropped


(We’re not saying the two are related, but…) UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus David Littig deserves a shout-out for his well-chosen words to Fox 11 News regarding a proposed reworking of the UW System’s 111-year-old mission statement that found its way into Gov. Scott Walker’s biennial budget proposal. The veteran political scientist warned Wednesday against tampering […]