Tag: Information and Computing Science

Faculty notes: Coman, Groessl, Rector and Sherman are teaching scholars

The UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars Program will kick off again next week with four new scholars: Ioana Coman (Information and Computing Science), Joan Groessl (Social Work), Michael Rector (Music) and Heidi Sherman (Humanistic Studies). The Teaching Scholars Program, which started in 1999, brings together faculty and instructional staff from across campus to talk about teaching challenges, to […]

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 […]

UWGB students plan ‘Jingle Brawl’ video game fundraiser for Dec. 5

GREEN BAY — Partying with Pikachu? Playing video football? All in a day’s work for UW-Green Bay game-studies students interested in raising money for the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. A group of students has organized “UWGB Jingle Brawl 2015,” scheduled to take place this Saturday (Dec. 5), between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the […]

UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary presents ‘Last Lecture Series’

UW-Green Bay has announced its lineup for a “Last Lecture Series” during the 2015-16 academic year in celebration of the University’s 50th anniversary. Presenters were asked to convey what lecture they would give, if it were to be their last. The monthly lectures will take place Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in the University Union’s Christie […]

UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary presents ‘Last Lecture Series’

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has announced its lineup for a “Last Lecture Series” during the 2015-16 academic year in celebration of the University’s 50th anniversary. Each month, a UW-Green Bay faculty member will give a public presentation on a topic of his or her choice. Presenters were asked to convey what lecture they would […]

UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary will feature faculty lecture series

The lineup is set for the UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary “Last Lecture Series” for the 2015-16 academic year. Each presentation is a Wednesday event beginning at 7 p.m. in the Union’s Christie Theatre. The lineup of distinguished faculty lecturers: Sept. 23 — Derek Jeffreys, Professor, Humanistic Studies “The Mystery of the Person: Teaching Philosophy and […]

Retirement season

Retirement-party announcements are making the rounds on campus. For the benefit of retirees and various other off-campus readers, here are several notices that have been widely shared:
 • Cliff Abbott, Forrest Baulieu and Jeanellyn Schwarzenbach of the Information and Computing Science faculty are retiring, and colleague Adolfo Garcia is relocating out-of-state. A joint farewell is […]

Additional awards recognize student workers in unique categories

In addition to the award presented to Cassie Alfheim, Monday’s award ceremony on campus recognized five more student workers for outstanding achievement. They are: — Kimberly Schwarzenbart – Most Unique Contribution in a Student Employment Position: A senior Business Administration major from Reedsburg, Schwarzenbart worked as a marketing assistant for the University Union. A talented […]

Faculty note: Goff book, presentations

Victoria Goff, associate professor emerita (ICS), is writing a book on the impact of social media on authors and the U.S. book publishing industry. She recently shared some of her findings at Left Coast Crime, an annual conference of mystery writers that attracts best-selling authors and fans from all over the country. On March 12, […]

Student-Nominated Teaching Awards go to Helpap, Clampitt

The Instructional Development Council in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning have honored the Fall 2014 recipients of the Student Nominated Teaching Award. Assistant Prof. David Helpap of Public and Environmental Affairs has received the early career award while Prof. Phillip Clampitt of Information and Computing Science was honored in […]