Please consider donating just one new or very gently-used book this holiday season. Final collection date is Thursday, Nov. 15 and collection bins are located campus wide. Every year the Holiday Parade Float Committee initiates a community-related service project that relates to the parade theme. In honor of this year’s theme, “Christmas Stories,” the Float Committee will be collecting books for local children (to be distributed at the Back to School Store hosted by the Green Bay Campus in summer). The need is for books of kindergarten through middle school reading levels. Please do not donate holiday books. Direct questions to Jena Richter Landers, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outside of UW Credit Union, University Union
Office of Student Life, University Union
GBOSS, Student Services
Dean of Students Office, Student Services
Cofrin Library Plaza (2nd Floor), across from the Keurig Station, Cofrin Library
8th Floor Lobby, Cofrin Library
Phoenix Athletics Office, Kress Events Center
WFRV-TV looked to UW-Green Bay faculty emeritus member Michael Kraft for expertise on the election. You can watch the interview with Michael Kraft and Tim Zalaski, here.
Theatre on the Bay takes the stage this week for the debut of its newest show, Eurydice. The play, created by Sarah Ruhl, is a contemporary take on the Orpheus myth from Eurydice’s perspective. Local UW students are involved in nearly every show and are gaining valuable workplace and real-world skills. Eurydice runs Nov. 9 through Nov. 11 and Nov. 16 through Nov. 18. Tickets for the show cost $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and $10 for students. You can get tickets online through the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus website or at the box office one hour before show time. More here.
Actors (from left to right): Kendra Krouth, Cassidy MacArthur, Bryan Lynn, Kenan Pulver, Tyrus Cretens and Sammi Batterson in a scene from Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice at Theatre on the Bay on the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Marinette Campus Friday Nov. 9-11 and 16-18. Tickets available at uwc.marinette.edu/theatre or one hour before every performance at the lobby box office.
Voters across the country are angry. Is it amplified this year? WPR talks to anger expert, UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin. Listen here.
Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs), who teaches at both the Sheboygan and Manitowoc Campuses, will be speaking about “Immigration Myths & Realities” as part of an immigration forum at Manitowoc City Hall on Nov. 15, 2018. The event begins at 7 p.m. and more info is available.
Work on the STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus is continuing to make progress. With the mostly dry weather from the last week, crews were able to continue with footings and wall pours for the elevator, steam pit and stairs.
A Trauma Informed Care 1 workshop will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Phoenix Room A located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Trauma Informed Care 1 is a philosophical model of approaching work with clients, neighbors in the community and family with a different perspective than previously imagined. The workshop is presented by Dana Johnson, lecturer and child welfare coordinator for UW-Green Bay Social Work. All faculty and staff are encouraged to attend. There is no fee to attend the workshop, but attendees are asked to make a donation to the Campus Cupboard. Register now.
The 2018-19 Speaker Series at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus will continue on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Wombat Room (2114) with “Monsanto is a ‘Four Letter Word,'” presented by Associate Prof. James Kabrhel (Chemistry). This talk will examine the company that created Roundup and other common pesticides and herbicides, and look at the science and narrative surrounding this company and their products.
Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences) presented at the 30th Annual Brown County Library’s Local History Series on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018. The presentation was on the geology of Brown County, including the history of the Niagara Escarpment and glaciers in the region.
The STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Engine VII event at the Neville Museum will be taking on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The STEAM Engine is an interactive event held at the Neville Museum that features speakers with exciting projects, new business ventures and cutting edge research. The STEAM Engine showcases individuals and organizations in the region who are seeking new horizons in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics. The events kick off at 6 p.m. with a short live music performance followed by presentations, including one from lecturer Benjamin Geisler (Computer Science), and Q & A. The social networking hour with soda, Titletown beer and popcorn rounds out the night. Learn more.