Tag: Cofrin Library

Archives and Area Research Center, Viking House and Richter Museum opening doors for its History Treasure Tour, tonight

The Brown County Federation of History Organizations (BCFHO) announced that it will once again host its History Treasure Tour on May 15, 2019 from 4 to 8 pm. Sixteen Brown County Historical locations will open their doors for FREE, revealing many of the community’s “hidden” treasures. This exciting event encourages the public to explore Brown […]

Construction on campus taking place this summer

To the UW-Green Bay Campus Community, There will be a few more exterior construction projects this summer that will affect your daily travels. See the attached files for more detail. Instructional Services roof plaza:  Beginning May 28, the entire roof plaza will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians while the roof deck is replaced. […]

Mark your calendars: Spring All Academic Staff Assembly is Thursday, May 9

The Spring All Academic Staff Assembly is Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 3 p.m. in the Christie Theatre, located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. The assembly agenda will be posted soon and will include updates from Chancellor Miller, Provost Davis, Associate Vice Chancellor Clif Ganyard and more. All are invited to an Academic Staff end-of-the-year […]

New Cofrin Library sign-in page

Cofrin Library recently updated the appearance of the sign-in page that users see when accessing electronic resources. The URL of the sign-in page has not changed and still begins with https://ezproxy.uwgb.edu. When you view an article, database, or e-book through the library, you need to verify that you are affiliated with the University. For most resources […]

You’re invited: The Teaching Press to debut tomorrow (April 4)

The Teaching Press at UW-Green Bay will premiere its first publication, a collection of poems by  Tim Weyenberg, on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in Cofrin Library Room 125D. The Teaching Press is a new, student-managed printing house on the UW-Green Bay campus, currently being built from the ground up by undergraduates in a spring […]

‘Cultures of Spain’ class digs deep in documents donated by alumnus Cruz-Uribe

1735 dictionary of Spanish and Nahuatl languages

UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research recently hosted the class, “Cultures of Spain” taught by Spanish Prof. Cristina Ortiz. The students broadened their perspectives, studying a collection of materials donated by alumnus, Benjamin Cruz-Uribe ’73 ’79 (Ecosystems Analysis and Master of Environmental Arts & Sciences). The unique documents had been handed down through generations of his […]