For this CAHSS and Effect regular, “What You Should Be Listening To,” UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak (English and Humanistic Studies) recommends Neutral Milk Hotel’s album entitled “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea.”
In this CAHSS and Effect, UW-Green Bay Prof. Cristina Ortiz tells readers why she recommends the film “Little Women.”
In this first volume of Random Encounter—the new CAHSS and Effect series—UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Bryan Carr (Women and Gender Studies, Communication) offers monthly recommendations and musings on the state of the video game industry and recognizes some video games from 2019.
Prof. David Coury (Humanistic Studies and Global Studies) shares a list of the best films of the decade with CAHSS and Effect. You can read about it here.
The UW-Green Bay Writing and English programs generated a list of the best books of the decade for CAHSS and Effect. Read the list, here.
In this Canonball mini-episode, Dean Chuck Ryback (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) and Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) talk about their last episode on Pandora, discuss some modern great works and share some unpopular opinions in a new segment called “Unpopular.” Plus, Martin talks with Assistant Prof. Nolan Bennett about his new book.
Canonball is a podcast out of Phoenix Studios at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay that covers the great works from a variety of disciplines. From movies to film to literature to video games, hosts Chuck Rybak and Ryan Martin discusses all things canonical.
The latest episode of the Canonball Podcast is a discussion of music streaming site, Pandora, with Neil Mix, one of the early developers of the well-known Internet Radio Service. Mix leads “Applied Technology” for TitletownTech, bringing technology strategy and guidance to the investment process and emerging ventures. Prior to TitletownTech, Mix enjoyed a successful career as a software engineer and entrepreneur for numerous venture capital backed startups. Early in his career Mix co-founded an Internet e-commerce startup that was ultimately acquired by Microsoft. Later on he joined Pandora, which he helped build from the ground up through IPO. More recently he has devoted his energy to growing early-stage companies through consulting, coaching and investing, culminating in his partnership with the TitletownTech team. Listen here.