Business faculty member and Associate Dean Lucy Arendt is next up in the 50th Anniversary Last Lecture series. She will present “Made to Serve: The Tragic Corruption of America’s Founding Values,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 17. More on her topic here.
GREEN BAY – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Associate Prof. (History) Caroline Boswell will present “Ye Olde Pub: A Social and Cultural History of England’s Early Drinking Houses” on Tuesday, March 4 as part of the University’s After Thoughts series. The venue will change slightly to accommodate a Wisconsin Public Television recording (and later broadcast) of […]
GREEN BAY – Associate Dean Lucy Arendt is the fourth speaker in the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s “Last Lecture Series” line-up, and the first this semester. Arendt will present, “Made to Serve: The Tragic Corruption of America’s Founding Values,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 17. The Last Lecture Series is part of the celebration of […]
Natural and Applied Sciences faculty and staff invite you to a lecture by Tucker Burch, former UWGB student and Research Agricultural Engineer with the USDA-Ag Research Service. He will be speaking on his research on human health and spray irrigation of dairy manure, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 in ES 301. There […]
Classics Prof. Gregory S. Aldrete, Humanistic Studies, recently had his third video lecture course published by The Teaching Company/The Great Courses. This one is titled “History’s Great Military Blunders and the Lessons They Teach.”.
Historian David Voelker, associate professor of Humanistic Studies, recently delivered an invited lecture titled “‘To Begin the World Over Again': Thomas Paine and the American Founding” for Grove City College’s American Founders Luncheon Series Lectures in downtown Pittsburgh. The talk focused on what Voelker calls Paine’s “civil religion of reason.” He also reflected on how […]
UW-Green Bay Music Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston will be heading to the University of Sao Paulo-Ribeirao Preto Brasil, for her third Fulbright invitation to perform and teach on their campus May 22 through June 5. She will be presenting a lecture-recital on American music theater on Tuesday, May 27, at SENAC, a language school for 150 Brazilian […]
Profs. Ray Hutchison (Sociology and Urban and Regional Studies) and Pao Lor (Education) have received word that their paper “Educational Achievement of Hmong College Students has been accepted for presentation at the Hmong Studies Conference sponsored by the Hmong Studies Consortium (Southeast Asian Studies Center) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison April 10-11. Hutchison (who serves […]
Stephen Perkins, the Lawton Gallery curator of art, will be giving a public lecture about accordion publications titled, “The Art of the Fold: Accordion Publications, Printed Matter and Other Life Saving Devices,” in St. Norbert College’s Bush Art Center lecture room (Rm. 130) at 5 p.m. this Thursday (Feb. 19). The lecture is free and […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, has been invited to give a lecture to the staff of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The Knight Foundation is hosting an online “learning lab” on the topic of informed local voting. On Dec. 19, the Knight Foundation will bring together […]