Tag: faculty

Faculty Publication, Eric Morgan

Eric J. Morgan, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, recently published an article, “Whores and Angels of Our Striving Selves: The Cold War Films of John le Carré, Then and Now,” in the March 2016 issue of the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television.  An expanded version of a paper delivered at the […]

Publication: Carr’s “Communicating Across Disciplines”

Bryan Carr, Assistant Prof. from Communication and Information Science announces the publication of his new textbook, “Communicating Across the Disciplines.” Carr, who developed the textbook (Kendall Hunt Publishing) for his Intro. to Communication course at UWGB, explains: “Since I took over the course I have attempted to redesign it to teach communication principles across a […]

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 […]

Prof. Weinschenk’s work cited at FiveThirtyEight

Research by UW-Green Bay political scientist Aaron Weinschenk was cited this week at political guru Nate Silver’s popular statistics-and-political-analysis website FiveThirtyEight. The article assesses GOP challenger Marco Rubio’s tactics in not investing in a “ground game” in Iowa, and his campaign’s claim that it’s not worth the effort. Silver’s site takes issue with that strategy, […]

Coury, Levintova join local roundtable on world refugee crisis

UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle East Studies and Partnerships will be joining St Norbert College’s Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice and Public Understanding for a round-table discussion on the Syrian refugee crisis last night (Nov. 12). The event, “We Can’t Look Away: A Conversation about the World Refugee Crisis,” took place on the SNC campus.  Featured […]

Great Books tonight: Coury on My Name is Red


Humanistic Studies’ Great Books discussion series continues tonight (Tuesday, Nov. 10) with a presentation of the novel My Name is Red, a work written by the Turkish Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk. Prof. David Coury (Humanistic Studies and German) will lead the discussion, which starts at 6:30 p.m. at the downtown branch of the Brown County […]

On Wednesday: Emmons explores art, truth with Philosophers’

People usually privilege the visual as a source of veracity (“seeing is believing”), but this month’s edition of the Philosophers’ Café discussion series invites Prof. Carol Emmons of UW-Green Bay’s Art and Design program to explore the question, “Does art tell the truth?” We have learned about the ancient past largely through evidence from visual […]