This year’s Teaching and Learning Community of Practice (CoP) will provide support and a sense of collective empowerment for those who engage or wish to engage in promoting equity-minded institutional change. General expectations for the CoP: Participate in and support a community of practice that would meet six times during the 2019-20 academic year. We […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Michael Draney (NAS) has published “A Revision of the spider genus Epiceraticelus (Araneae: Linyphiidae) with a description of a new species” in the journal Zootaxa, with three coauthors from the University of Indianapolis and the US Forest Service Southern Research Station (Athens, GA). They described a new species first discovered by Draney, […]
Via veggie list email: “Thank you to all who have been supporting the campus hoop house and outdoor gardens. The produce is locally grown, picked morning of, pesticide free, and all proceeds go directly towards supporting your campus gardens! If you would like to get your hands dirty and your face in the sun I would love to have some help! Even if you just have […]
Alliant Energy has provided a $5,000 grant to the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan County Campus to assist with the removal of dying ash trees. This was made possible by Extension Master Gardener Volunteers and their collaborative relationships within the community. The Extension Master Gardeners have also provided a memorial gift of $1,700 to help purchase replacement […]
The Office of Continuing Education and Community Engagement Division of Continuing Professional Education is offering a Women’s Leadership Retreat October 21-23, 2019. Join them for three inspiring days in scenic Door County. Key Note speakers include Joan Malcheski of the Green Bay Packers and Karmen Lemke the CEO of Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great […]
The Frederick E. Baer Professor in Business Gaurav Bansal (Management Information Systems, Statistics) shares his editorial, Time to Revisit Sumantra Ghoshal’s Legacy: One AI Algorithm at a Time, recently published in Taylor and Francis’s Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Volume 22 Issue 3. Read it, here.
You can’t read the news without hearing about how polarized politics are today. But exactly how polarized are they? WPR interviewed political scientist (UW-Green Bay’s Aaron Weinschenk), who recently measured polarization in Wisconsin. Listen via Looking At Polarization In Wisconsin’s Legislature | Wisconsin Public Radio.
GB Welcome needs your help! On Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, 800 first year UW-Green Bay students will descend on Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve to do trail maintenance, invasive species removal and general park clean up. The need is great for sets of tree pruners/loppers. If you have a set you can lend, please bring them to […]
Have a winning idea to create smart cities in the future? Here’s your chance to earn a financial reward. The “Smart Cities-Smart Futures” competition kicked-off Monday, July 22, 2019. This marks the second year for this innovative program, where students, staff and faculty from Wisconsin’s higher education intuitions are eligible submit innovative concepts and plans […]