Tag: English Composition

Sneak peak: Sutton’s ‘Searching for Romeo’ is featured musical for 2016/17

UW-Green Bay Theatre, Dance and Music personnel are excited to share a sneak peak into their 2016-17 line-up. “We are happy to announce that we will be producing Brian Sutton’s Searching for Romeo, which was previously produced as part of the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival. A New York Times reviewer described it as […]

‘Problem of Evil’ is Philosophy Café topic – April 13

A tornado flattens a small town and Brian Sutton concludes that God might not exist. With the tragic warfare and strife these days, it is as good a time as any to ask whether so much suffering can be considered as evidence against God’s existence. UWGB Prof. Sutton of Humanistic Studies and English composition will help […]

Technology Square Table: Denslow talks TimeMapper this Thursday

Faculty member Kristin Denslow of the English Composition and Writing Center will be presenting at this month’s Technology Square Table on campus. She’ll talk about how her Introductory Literature students as well as her upper-level Shakespeare students have been using TimeMapper in the classroom as a learning resource. The discussion is set for this Thursday […]

GoFundMe page for Sherri Urcavich

We don’t often run links to online fundraising efforts but are making an exception this time. Campus friends of longtime UWGB composition and remedial English instructor Sheri Urcavich, with the permission of her family, have asked to publicize the opportunity to assist her family as she battles a terminal illness. Urcavich retired in May 2014 […]

Sutton’s ‘Romeo’ will get full staging at NY Musical Theatre Festival

UW-Green Bay faculty member Brian Sutton has received exciting news: His original play “Searching for Romeo” has been given a full-performance slot at the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival. That’s the same festival where he took the show last summer for a staged reading. This July, it will be a step up, with five fully […]

Faculty note: DaPra

An interview with Tara DaPra, associate lecturer in English Composition and Humanistic Studies, appears on the blog of the American Literary Review. The piece addresses her approach to writing and teaching and especially memoir writing, grief and emotions. The interview can be found here. The interview delves into a DaPra essay featured in the spring […]