Tag: Wisconsin Humanities Council

Immigration program is a hit with local school children

Prof. David Coury (Humanistic Studies, German, Global Studies) reports that the first in a series of programs aimed at local students and their families, to help them better understand immigration and global displacement, was well received. The majority of the programs take place at the Neville Public Museum. On Feb. 14, 2017 students were able […]

UW-Green Bay helps others see immigration through a different lens

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is hosting program beginning in Februrary to help middle school students and their families gain a deeper understanding about local immigration. Students will see three films and a theatrical production with follow-up discussion about what leads to immigration. Each event will be hosted by a UW-Green Bay faculty member who […]

UW-Green Bay helps others see immigration through a different lens

Programming begins in February for middle-schoolers, public Green Bay, Wis. — The world is witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record, according to the United Nations High Commission on Refugees. More than 33,000 people are forced to flee their homes daily and more than 65 million forcibly were displaced people worldwide. This displacement is concerning […]

Peru’s Culinary Fusion is next week

Join Prof. Gabriel T. Saxton-Ruiz for a program called “Peru’s Culinary Fusion” with a dinner from 5:45 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, in Phoenix Room C. Tickets can be purchased at the University Ticketing and Information Center (UTIC) in the University Union. Cost is $15.75 per person. It will be followed by a cooking demonstration […]

Reminder: Two upcoming programs by the Humanities Council

Two events funded in part from the Wisconsin Humanities Council (with funds from the national Endowment for the Humanities) are at UWGB this week. Both are free and open to the public: Wednesday, April 20 – “Power/Fuerza: The Rubble Kings of South Bronx” Filmmaker Shan Nicholson will be on campus to screen his documentary “Rubble […]

Two upcoming programs by the Humanities Council

Two events funded in part from the Wisconsin Humanities Council (with funds from the national Endowment for the Humanities) comes to UWGB next week. They are both free and open to the public: Wednesday, April 20 – “Power/Fuerza: The Rubble Kings of South Bronx” Filmmaker Shan Nicholson will be on campus to screen his documentary […]