P-G highlights UW-Green Bay/St. Norbert visiting scholar’s talk Tuesday

The “Today’s Take” column in Friday’s (March 14) Green Bay Press-Gazette highlights the UW-Green Bay/St. Norbert International Visiting Scholars Program and its latest participant. Wolfram von Scheliha is a senior fellow and associate lecturer from the University of Leipzig (Germany) who will give about a dozen lectures on a variety of topics during his time here, the Press-Gazette’s Paul Srubas reports. His big event for the public will focus on the fall of the Berlin Wall, which is nearing its 25th anniversary. That lecture will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday (March 18) at the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, 210 Museum Place in downtown Green Bay. The event is free and open to the public. You can read Srubas’ column and get more info on the Visiting Scholars Program by clicking the links below:
Green Bay Press-Gazette
International Visiting Scholars Program

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