Tag: faculty

Faculty note: NAS professors Howe and Wolf noted for prestigious publications

NAS professors Bob Howe and Amy Wolf have published two papers with colleagues from the Smithsonian Institution’s Forest Global Earth Observatory (ForestGEO) network, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research in Germany, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The first paper, published in the journal Global Change Biology, describes the use of […]

Faculty note: Kaye talks FDR’s vision for Four Freedoms on NPR

“Seventy-one years ago, Franklin Delano Roosevelt died suddenly, and the world wondered what would happen next. FDR’s death came during the crux of World War II — less than four weeks before the Germans surrendered. Without FDR’s guidance, Americans had a hard time imagining how they would confront the world. But before the war began, FDR […]

Faculty note: Lowery publications

The winter issue of the Journal of American History features an article by Vince Lowery (Humanistic Studies/History). The article, titled “‘Another Species of Race Discord’: Race, Desirability, and the North Carolina Immigration Movement,” explores the debate about North Carolina’s short-lived immigration program (1907-1909). Lowery argues that whites in eastern North Carolina, far from being immigration restrictionists, were […]

Faculty publications: Political Participation of Students

Prof. Christine Vandenhouten (nursing) and colleagues Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Sylvia Kubsch, and BSN Alumni Crystal Malakar recently published an article, titled “The Future of Healthcare: Political Participation of Nursing and Public Health Students,” in the International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, 2(4). This study was a chance to collaborate with colleague Prof. Derryl Block […]

Campus mourns the passing of Robert Obenberger

The Log received word yesterday of the passing of retired business faculty member Robert Obenberger. He died peacefully Friday, March 25 after a four-year battle with melanoma. The majority of his 38-year teaching career was spent at UW-Green Bay where he taught marketing until his retirement with emeritus status a few years ago. Visitation is […]

Faculty notes: Coury and Ortiz Ceberio publications

Humanities and Global Studies professors David N. Coury and Cristina Ortiz Ceberio are two of the contributors to the volume The Role of the Humanities in a Time of Crisis edited by Maria Pilar Rodriguez and published this month by Dykinson Press (Madrid). Professor Coury’s study entitled “Searching for home in language and culture in […]

Faculty note: Ortiz presents at International Conference on Hispanic Literatures

Prof. Cristina Ortiz presented “The Politics of Emotion and the Emotional in Politics: an analysis of the text Yoyes, desde su ventana” at the 17th International Conference on Hispanic Literatures that took place in Merida (Mexico) March 9-11. In addition to her presentation, she moderated a panel discussion on Autobiography and Memoir in Hispanic literature. […]

Faculty note: Shelton presents at national conference

Assistant Prof. Jon Shelton (Democracy and Justice Studies) presented research at Teaching and Learning — an annual conference in Washington, D.C. that brings together teachers and influential thinkers in the American education system. Sponsored by the National Education Association, Shelton’s, “Public Education in the Age of Austerity and the Era of Friedrichs vs. California Teachers […]