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Lifelong Learning Institute to provide an introduction to the program, July 17 at the Neville Museum

Are you (or someone you know) 50-plus and interested in history, travel, music, painting, computers, science, health, cooking, crafts, current events and other topics? Are you looking to keep mentally, physically and socially active? Visit the intro event for the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI), Wednesday, July 17, 2019, from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Neville Public Museum. Learn more about the event.

LLI is a welcoming, member-lead non-profit program, offering non-credit educational enrichment classes to adults of all ages and backgrounds. LLI currently has over 1,000 members and new members are always welcome. Now offering classes in our Manitowoc, Marinette and Sheboygan communities. The Lifelong Learning Institute is part of UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement (CECE) www.uwgb.edu/cece. Questions? Email Susan Pike, pikes@uwgb.edu.

Interviews for a programming coordinator for Career Services end this week

Candidates seeking the position as the programming coordinator for Outreach & Programming, Career Services Office, are on campus this month. The final candidate presentation will be  Tuesday, July 9, 2019 in the Alumni Room (UU 103) at 10:45 a.m. The candidate is Katie Kramer, a graduate assistant for the Center for Community Services, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. For more information, please contact Lynn Niemi, Director of Disability Services (Chair, Search & Screen) at niemil@uwgb.edu. Candidates interviewing earlier this month were:

-Whitney Boucher, career engagement specialist, Concordia University, Mequon, WI
-Abigail Drapalik, academic advisor, UW-Eau Claire



Cast, crew announced for ‘Mamma Mia!’ | News, Sports, Jobs – The Daily news

“Mamma Mia!” comes to Theatre on the Bay to kick off its 53rd season with music and laughs in the Greek isles. ABBA’s disco-pop songbook propels this tale of love, laughter and friendship “Mamma Mia!” will be presented July 19-21 and July 26-28 on the Nancy Gehrke Stage in the Herbert L. Williams Theatre at the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus. Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday performances are at 2 p.m. See more

via Cast, crew announced for ‘Mamma Mia!’ | News, Sports, Jobs – The Daily news.

Manitowoc Campus CEO has new CEO administrator

Manitowoc Campus CEO, Rachele Bakic, announced that Lisa Francl would begin as the campus & executive officer assistant, Manitowoc Campus. Her role will include a broad range of duties, including leadership support, office management and events management. She will also serve as the campus point of contact for various human resources and business services functions. Lisa’s office is located on the Manitowoc Campus in F132. She can be reached at 920-682-7350 or via email at francll@uwgb.edu.


Denver Nuggets’ 2019 Summer League roster: Players to watch includes alumnus Keifer Sykes

Former Phoenix Keifer Sykes 15 (Communication) is on the Denver Nuggets Summer League roster.

“He last played in the United States in 2015, when he completed his fourth season at Green Bay. Sykes showcased elite scoring ability during his final two seasons in Green Bay, as he averaged 20.3 and 18.6 points per game respectively.

After playing 50 games in the G League in 2015 and 2016, Sykes has played overseas in recent years. In the 2017-18 season, the 25-year-old guard averaged 22.4 points and 4.8 assists per game in the Turkish Basketball Super League.”

See more via Denver Nuggets’ 2019 Summer League roster: Players to watch | Denver Nuggets

Faculty note: Prof. Bansal named editor for information systems journal

UW-Green Bay Frederick E. Baer Professor in Business Gaurav Bansal (Business Administration, MIS, Statistics, Cofrin School of Business) has been invited to serve as a special issue (SI) co-editor, along with Prof. Lionel Robert and Nigel Melville both of Univ of Michigan, and Prof. Thomas Stafford of Louisiana Tech University, for AIS Transactions on HCI (THCI) Journal, focusing on AI fairness, Trust and Ethics. THCI is a premier Association for Information Systems (AIS) journal with A* rating from Australian Business Deans’ Council. The SI invites research from different perspectives that offer novel theoretical implications on topics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) fairness, trust and ethics in organizations and our broader society. More here.

Bansal is also invited to be SI editor on Dark Side of Information Technology for Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research (JITCAR).  JITCAR is a Taylor & Francis Publication and is recognized by the Australian Business Dean’s Council. It is beyond doubt that IT has both positive and negative aspects, which impact us in all spheres and disciplines of life. This special issue will provide a forum for researchers worldwide to present for publication a wide range of social and ethical issues related to the dark side of information technology. More here.

Speaker’s Task Force on Adoption holds first public hearing at UW-Green Bay

A bipartisan group of state representatives hopes to learn more about the barriers that make child adoption challenging in Wisconsin. The committee’s first public hearing was held Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at UW-Green Bay. UW-Green Bay faculty provided feedback.

“Children need their parents. The question is how do we protect a child who may think developmentally that’s my mom even if mom is doing something abusive? They’re not necessarily going to protect themselves, and that becomes our job,” said Joan Groessl, Chair of UW-Green Bay’s Social Work program. See more via Speaker’s Task Force on Adoption holds first public hearing at UW-Green Bay, WBAY.

This week’s veggie sale, Red Russian Kale, and more…

Thank you to all who have been supporting the  Green Bay Campus hoop house and outdoor gardens. The produce is locally grown, picked the morning of, pesticide free, and all proceeds go directly towards supporting UW-Green Bay community gardens!  Here’s what is available this week:

Mixed Greens-$4/bag
Enjoy this lovely mix of organic salad greens that have a dynamic range of leaf shapes and colors.The flavors are equally diverse: spicy to mild to slightly sweet. This mix includes red mustard, green mustard, arugula, Chinese cabbage, pac choi, and tatsoi. Varieties are subject to change depending upon availability.

Red Russian Kale- $4/bag
Add some variety to your greens life with this kale. Stems are purple; leaves are flat, toothed, and dark green with purple veins. This plants also has leaves that are more tender compared to other kales. Great for salads and light cooking!

Enjoy a bundle of these beautiful deep reddish/purple beets. These beets are perfect pickled, fresh, cooked, or in borscht. Enjoy the health benefits of fiber, folate, manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. Beetroots and beetroot juice have been associated with numerous health benefits, such as, improved blood flow and lower blood pressure over a period of time.

Rainbow Swiss Chard-$3/bag
Add some variety to your greens selection with Rainbow Swiss Chard. The glossy dark green leaves have crisp multicolored stalks. This fun Swiss chard is sure to add the pop of color your dishes need with its range of orange, yellow, pink, and red stalks. Swiss chard leaves can be eaten raw or cooked but are less bitter when cooked.

Dark Opal Basil Microgreen-$5/bag
Adds robust, sweet-and-spicy flavor and visual interest to summer cocktails. Makes a colorful dessert garnish with its bold purple color and true basil flavor. Great as a basil leaf replacer. I personally love to make a homemade basil hummus to add to sandwiches and salads.

Cinnamon Basil Microgreen-$5/bag
Enjoy the light sweet flavor of cinnamon that comes through on this rich Microgreen. Switch up your normal pesto recipe by adding this for a fun, fresh twist. It would also be interesting to try with deserts, oatmeals, or anything that you usually put cinnamon on. This Microgreen is the perfect balance of flavor without being overpowering.

Chamomile Flowers-$2/bundle
Looking for a way to relax on a breezy summer night? Look no further! Make your very own chamomile tea with these flower bundles. This is a great option for those of you who are looking to avoid the chemicals and additives that most store bought teas steep into your water. We will have the flowers bundles ready for you. All you have to do is pop the tops off, dry them for a few days, and that’s it! You’re ready to brew some fresh and organic chamomile tea.

Borage Leaves/Flowers-$3/bag
With a taste comparable to that of cucumber, borage has various culinary applications. The leaves can of course be used as a salad green and the flowers as edible decorations, but to stop there would be an insult to the wide variety of uses for borage. This herb can be used in soups, salads, borage-lemonade, strawberry-borage cocktails, preserves, borage jelly, various sauces, cooked as a stand-alone vegetable, or used in desserts in the form of fresh or candied flowers, to name a few. I like to use the leaves for tea and dry them in a similar way to the chamomile flowers. Please specify if you would like the leaves or the flowers of the plant.

Fresh Chives-$2/bag
Get a large bag of these chives which are a wonderful addition to many of your staple dishes. Chives are rich source of vitamin K, C, and folic acid. They are also high in minerals such as manganese, magnesium and iron. If you are worried about having too many you can always freeze some for a later date!

TO ORDER: Send a direct email to Libby Courchaine, @Courchaine, Libby – courem01 to place your order! If you do not send your request to this email she will not receive your order. You will receive a confirmation email prior to Wednesday pickup to ensure your request can be met. Supplies are limited.

PICKUP: This Wednesday (7/10) from Noon to 1 p.m. at the plaza gardens outside of the University Union. The plaza beds are in between Cofrin Library and Theater Hall. Inclement weather pick-up is outside of Bookstore.