David Verhagen, a 1974 UWGB graduate returned recently from a trip to Peru. For lunch, he found a clean, hospitable place that advertised organic, vegan and local Peruvian menu items. As he tells it… “The owner, Peter, was as enthusiastic and charming as one would ever hope a small business owner to be. He asked where […]
Donations will be accepted through July 13 for a UWGB contingent traveling abroad to Slovakia. Donations can be made outside the Corner Store or in the Officer of International Education through July 13. More here.
A reminder to faculty thinking about submitting a travel course proposal for next January interim or Spring Break 2017, your proposals to your academic chair and Dean are due this Friday (April 1). Information and a link to the proposal form can be found on the Office of International Education website. Contact the Office of […]
UW-Green Bay professors David Coury, Katia Levintova and Heidi Sherman along with St. Norbert College faculty and UWGB alumni will present a panel discussion on the current state of the refugee crisis. Panelists will focus primarily on the relationship between Syria and Europe and the current reactions of the European population. The event is at […]
Faculty interested in inviting a visitor to their class to discuss study abroad options can contact Jemma Lund (Study Abroad Coordinator) at email@example.com for assistance. Presentations can be any time during the semester and can be as short as 5-10 minutes or as long as desired.
Associate Professor (Urban and Regional Studies) Marcelo Cruz shared these photos of the 16 students he led on a January 2016 winter interim trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. They studied the geographic diversity of the northern Ecuadorean Andes and the impacts of urbanization on the Galapagos. Cruz said the students were from many […]
The Office of International Education is seeking friendship families from our faculty and staff for a few incoming exchange students for the spring semester. Friendship families are asked to invite the students over for dinner or go on an outing together and serve as a resource/liaison for and to the Green Bay community. If you […]
Prof. Ray Hutchison of Sociology has been awarded the Cátedra Santander (the Santander Chair) in the Faculdade de Ciéncias Socialis e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (the Humanities and Social Sciences at the New University of Lisbon) for the 2016 spring semester. The New University of Lisbon was founded in 1973 following the collapse of […]
The Oct. 24 diversity and equality conference at UW-Green Bay will feature presentations by a good many faculty and staff members of the University. As of this date, presenters include: Christin DePouw, Education; Joel Muraco, Human Development; Kristin Vespia, Human Development; Pao Lor, Education; Stacie Christian, Human Development; Kristy Aoki, Office of International Education; Jemma […]
UW-Green Bay entered the fall semester expecting a slightly larger freshmen class, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported last week. The 2015-16 freshmen class was expected to go up about 2 percent from last year to 773 students. In the new class are 53 international students, a group the school is working to increase as both […]