Tag: faculty

Faculty note: Fermanich invited to Great Lakes Workshop

Last week (July 12-13), UW-Green Bay’s Kevin Fermanich (Natural and Applied Sciences) was an invited expert at the International Joint Commission’s (IJC) Great Lakes Water Quality Board (WQB), as part of the Emerging Issues Work Group’s (EIWG) Great Lakes Climate Adaptation and Resilience Workshop in Windsor, Canada. The purpose of the workshop was ultimately to develop a […]

Faculty note: Mahfuz publication

Assistant Prof. Mohammad Upal Mahfuz (Natural and Applied Sciences) recently had a paper accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience Journal. The title is “Concentration-Encoded Subdiffusive Molecular Communication: Theory, Channel Characteristics, and Optimum Signal Detection.” Details on the paper as well as its abstract can be found here. Prof. Mahfuz’s research interests are […]

Faculty note: Prof. Russ presentation

Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business recently presented a Ph.D. student seminar at the Doctorate in “Economia Aziendale e Management” program at the Ph.D. Programme “Regionali Pegaso” with the University of Pisa, University of Florence, University of Siena and Scuola superiore di Studi universitari e Perfezionamento S. Anna in Pisa, Italy. His […]

Faculty note: Professor Russ honored in Portugal

Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business recently (June 24, 2016) presented a paper titled “Intellectual capital: Information, energy and entropy based definitions and implications regarding value creation and measurement,” at The International Institute for Applied Knowledge Management (IIAKM) Conference 2016, at ISEG-University of Lisbon, Portugal. The IIAKM also honored him with a […]

Faculty note: Dean Furlong featured on Podcast

Scott Furlong, the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science, was recently a guest on the Newsmakers Podcast Network’s Political Radar. Furlong discussed topics such as the upcoming Presidential election, gun control and personal security. Listen to it here: http://www.npcn.tv/episode/51/

Faculty note: Hutchison nearing end of term at New University of Lisbon

Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs) presented a lecture on The Chicago School and European Sociology to faculty, research staff, and students in the graduate program in sociology at the Nova Universidade de Lisboa (the program includes faculty and students from campuses in Lisbon, Algarve, Evora, and other Portuguese cities).  Hutchison is bearing the end […]

Faculty note: Gaines is guest trumpet soloist in Slovakia

Adam Gaines, Associate Professor of Music, will be the guest trumpet soloist with the Zilina Conservatory Big Band for two concerts in Slovakia, one in Zilina and one in Martin, this Wednesday and Thursday (June 22-23). Pieces will include Charlie Parker’s “Anthropology,” Dizzy Gillespie’s “A Night in Tunisia,” and Jerome Kern’s classic ballad “Smoke Gets […]

Congratulations to faculty receiving promotions

Approved at the Board of Regents meetings last week were the promotions of eight faculty members. Receiving tenure: Patrick Forsythe, Natural and Applied Sciences Jenell Holstead, Human Development Eric Morgan, Democracy and Justice Studies Full professor: Alison Gates, Art and Design Kaoime Malloy, Theatre and Dance Ryan Martin, Human Development Rebecca Meacham, Humanistic Studies Georjeanna […]

Faculty note: Gates displays work in Skokie exhibit

Associate Professor and Chair of the UW-Green Bay Art Program, Alison Gates, has secured work in the Nixie Gallery, Skokie, Ill. Her creation, “Alison Gates: The Aunt Martha Mash-Ups” is a solo exhibition of 22 hand-embroidered images, and is on display now up until the end of June. The mash-ups include several unexpected pairings of […]

Faculty note: Hutchison in Portugal

UW-Green Bay Professor Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs) is spending a semester in Portugal, serving as the Santander Chair of Humanities and Social Sciences at the New University of Lisbon. This past week, he gave the inaugural Santander lecture, entitled “Can Donald Trump Really Become President?” How Political Elections in the United States Work.” This […]