Tag: Information and Computing Science

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 […]

In the news: ICS lecturer helps develop video game

The Green Bay Press-Gazette on Sunday (Nov. 8) featured a cool story about UW-Green Bay lecturer Ben Geisler, Information and Computing Science, who helped develop an independent video game called “Minimum.” Geisler, a programmer who spent nearly 15 years in the gaming industry, turned down an opportunity to work on the latest Call of Duty […]

Ad analysis: Local 5 airs part two of series featuring Clampitt, Kraft

Part two of a Local 5 News story featuring two UW-Green Bay faculty members aired Tuesday (Oct. 28) evening, with Prof. Phil Clampitt and Prof. Emeritus Mike Kraft continuing their analysis of television advertising in the hotly contested gubernatorial election. The story from reporter Jenn Sullivan focused largely on the visual images chosen for TV […]

Profs. Clampitt, Kraft analyze political spots for Local 5

Two UW-Green Bay professors helped Local 5 News put political ads to the “truth test” last week, discussing the spots as part of a two-segment story that made its debut Monday (Oct. 27). Prof. Phil Clampitt, Information and Computing Science, and Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft, Public and Environmental Affairs, sat down with Local 5 reporter […]

Faculty note: Clampitt lauded by student, honored by NRHH

Prof. Phillip Clampitt, Information and Computing Science and Communication, has been selected by the National Residence Hall Honorary as the Institution Faculty/Staff Member of the Month for September 2014. NRHH recognizes individuals who show great dedication and leadership throughout the campus community, according to the organization. A student nominated Clampitt for the honor, calling his […]

UW-Green Bay well represented at Faculty College conference

UW-Green Bay was well represented last week during the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) Faculty College, held at UW-Richland. Associate Prof. David Voelker and Prof. Regan Gurung presented a seminar titled “Going Behind the Scenes of the Learning Process: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL),” and Gurung also presented solo […]

In the news: Clampitt offers context for story on viral arrest video

Video of a recent aggressive Green Bay Police arrest has been making news all week, and WBAY, Channel 2 reporter Michelle Clemens turned Thursday (May 1) to Prof. Phil Clampitt for some context. The video has been viewed more than 123,000 times, and more than 27,000 individuals from all over the world have signed a […]

Reminder: Friday’s signing ceremony

Julia Wallace, UW-Green Bay’s provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, and Aver Informatics CEO Kurt Brenkus will sign a memorandum of understanding at 1:30 p.m. Friday (March 28) in the 1965 Room of the University Union. Members of the Information and Computing Science faculty extend an invitation to all interested members of the campus […]

UW-Green Bay students to showcase research at March 12 state Capitol event

Sixteen UW-Green Bay students will represent the University during the 11th annual Posters in the Rotunda undergraduate research celebration Wednesday, March 12 at the state Capitol in Madison. The students will be among about 150 UW System undergraduates, many with their faculty advisers, who will fill the Capitol Rotunda to share their original research with […]