Category: Faculty/Staff

Faculty note: Prof. Fogaca publication

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Jana Fogaca (Psychology) has published a manuscript in the renowned Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. The manuscript titled “Combining Mental Health and Performance Interventions: Coping and Social Support for Student-Athletes” describes the intervention she developed to improve student-athletes performance and wellbeing, which helped decrease their anxiety and improve their coping skills. […]

Faculty note: Prof. Brusich and undergraduate students publish lab article

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Douglas Brusich (Human Biology) and four UW-Green Bay students recently published an online article. The article covers their findings on traumatic brain injury model in fruit flies. The four undergraduate authors are Ashley Willes, Brooke Kalata, Nathaniel Disher and alumna Lauren Putnam. The article can be found here.

Faculty note: Prof. Rybak’s mixtape arrives Friday, Sept. 20

UW-Green Bay Prof. Chuck Rybak, whose most recent works include two books of poetry, a work of short fiction, and a collection of essays focusing on higher education, has released his first free-for-download original mixtape. The work, titled Hot Wings, arrives this Friday at 12:01 a.m. and is available for consumption at Soundcloud. Word is, it serves […]

Faculty note: Prof. Levintova receives Western Michigan’s Political Science Alumni Achievement Award

Prof. Katia Levintova (Democracy and Justice Studies, Global Studies and Political Science) received Western Michigan’s Political Science Alumni Achievement Award for 2019. Prof. Levintova attended Western Michigan for her doctoral degree. Past recipients and more information can be found here. Congratulations!

Faculty note: Prof. Reilly gives ‘Women’s Rights and the Post-Civil War World’ public talk|Penn State University

“Women’s Rights and the Post-Civil War World,” a public talk and workshop, will take place Sept. 20 and 21 at Penn State University Park. Marking the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women’s suffrage in the United States, this event shifts our focus to a broad range of women’s rights activism that […]

Faculty note: Prof. David Voelker publishes book with Oxford University Press

UW-Green Bay Prof. David Voelker (History and Humanities) recently published The Powhatans and the English in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake with Oxford University Press. The book is part of the Debating American History series, which Voelker co-edits. Five other titles, edited by Voelker, were also published in July. See more.

Faculty note: Prof. Kaye gives insight on the American Revolution and recovering the radical tradition

In this video, Prof. Harvey Kaye (Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies) explains why the American Revolution was a real revolution and why today’s radicals should aim at redeeming and recovering history. More of Prof. Kaye’s thoughts can be found in his book, “Take Hold of Our History: Make America Radical […]

Faculty note: UW-Green Bay Prof. Nesvet to give preshow talk Before “Little Women” |

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Rebecca Nesvet (English, Humanities) will give a pre-show talk at Evergreen Productions’ “Little Women,” on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019. See more about the show and Nesvet via UW-Green Bay Associate Professor Nesvet to Give Preshow Talk Before “Little Women” |

Faculty note: UW-Green Bay Prof. Coen to speak at Great Decisions Lecture, Sept. 19

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs) will be delivering a public lecture on “Refugees and Global Migration” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19. This lecture will take place at the Mead Public Library in Sheboygan. Coen’s lecture is part of the 2019 Great Decisions series.

Faculty note: Prof. Kaye is on the airwaves

In this video, UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey J. Kaye (Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies), points out how, starting with the revolution, the American tradition is a radical one. By comparing Thomas Paine to Edmund Burke he demonstrates how the American project was founded as a project of emancipation. Harvey J […]