Tag: humanities

Prof. Rebecca Meacham discusses UntitledTown on WPR

Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English, Humanities) was featured on WPR to promote UntitledTown, a book and author festival in Green Bay that boasts many connections to UW-Green Bay. The organizers of the festival discusses the upcoming event and why book festivals matter to the community and local economy. Take a listen.

Open Letter to the File Not Found Squirrel

UWGB Squirrel

This week, Assistant Prof. Jennie Young (English, Humanities, Director of the Writing Center) scripted An Open Letter to the File Not Found Squirrel, celebrating the empathetic furry rodent. Anyone who has used the UW-Green Bay website in any depth since fall of 2012, is likely familiar with the 404 error page and would appreciate Young’s […]

Faculty note: Kevin Kain has new article in publication

UW-Green Bay Senior Lecturer, Kevin Kain, (Humanities and History) has a new article “New Jerusalem and the Politics of Byzantine Renewal in Russia: The Resurrection of the Resurrection ‘New Jerusalem Monastery’ in the Reign of Tsar Fedor Alekseevich (1676-1682)” accepted for publication in a forthcoming special issue of Canadian-American Slavic Studies devoted to “Rethinking Religion […]

Prof. David Coury shares insight on international films in ‘CAHSS and Effect’ article

Prof. David Coury (Humanities) shares his insight on the best international films of 2018 in “The World On Film.” If you loved Roma, here are two other international films you should watch. Prof. Coury is director of the Green Bay Film Society, an International Film Series now in its 19th year, which screens international and independent […]

‘Cultural and Political Images of the Basque Country’ presentation is Tuesday (April 9)

On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, three professors from the University of the Basque Country will be visiting UW-Green Bay. As part of their campus visit, they will meet with faculty and students to discuss potential academic collaborations. In addition, they will give a lecture on “Cultural and Political Images of the Basque Country.” The presentation is scheduled […]

Faculty note: Prof. Voelker is podcast guest

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Voelker (Humanities and History) was recently interviewed for the tea for teaching podcast produced by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the State University of New York at Oswego. The episode is called “Uncoverage,” and he discussed his efforts to move beyond the coverage model in teaching […]

Reminder: ‘Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics’ workshop on Friday (April 5)

The workshop “Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics: Beyond the Group Contract” will be taking place on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Theatre Hall Room 316. The workshop will be facilitated by Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities, History), Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, and Learning and Associate […]

‘Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics’ workshop set for Friday, April 5

The workshop “Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics: Beyond the Group Contract” will be taking place on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Theatre Hall Room 316. The workshop will be facilitated by Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities, History), Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, and Learning and Associate […]

Next Great Decisions lecture set for Wednesday (April 3)

The next Great Decisions lecture will be this Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Alumni Room located in the UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Prof. David Coury (Humanities, German and Global Studies) will speak on the rise of populism in Europe. Mass migration, and the problems associated with it, have directly contributed to the rise […]

Final call: Complete faculty/instructor capstone experience survey

Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities) and co-investigators are engaging in a multi-institutional study that researches the influences on instructors’ design, teaching and facilitation of culminating experiences for students often known as “capstone experiences.” To help them understand this better, please take this anonymous survey, consisting of mostly Likert scale closed-ended questions. This survey should take approximately 20 minutes. […]