You may have seen it — the new UW-Green Bay Faculty & Staff ID card is here! The ID card has a new look, but offers the same benefits and features. Stop by the University Ticketing & Information Center in the University Union to pick up your card at no cost to you. More information […]
The Disability Services staff invites faculty and staff to stop by the office (Student Services Building, Room 1700) during one of our “meet and greet” sessions. Please stop by to meet James Zarling, accommodations coordinator, who started in June. During this time, faculty and instructional staff will be able to refresh or learn more about […]
The University Mace — a ceremonial staff signifying authority — is carried to the stage by one of the most accomplished faculty members just ahead of the Chancellor during the commencement procession. The centuries-old academic tradition is believed to be based on medieval practice when a member of the king’s court would carry an ornate […]
In honor of Employee Appreciation Week, employees can receive a free chair massage on the Green Bay Campus on Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Employees can sign up for a time slot here. Learn more about all the activities taking place for Employee Appreciation Week.
To honor, recognize and show appreciation for all the wonderful work performed across all campuses, the Employee Appreciation Week work group has put together a week filled with recognition and fun! All employees are encouraged to take part. Check out all the activities.
Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (Democracy and Justice Studies) has been selected as a 2019 National Academy of Education (NAEd)/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow. The fellowship award of $70,000 is intended to assist with the fellow’s salary replacement and research expenses for the fellowship period. This year, 30 fellows were selected from a competitive pool of 221 applications […]
Associate Prof. Eric J. Morgan (Democracy and Justice Studies, History) has been appointed as the new editor-in-chief of Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin’s Historical Review. Published by the Brown County Historical Society in cooperation with the UW-Green Bay, Voyageur is a non-profit magazine dedicated to exploring the history of a 26-county area of greater northeast Wisconsin and […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Lecturer Alan Kopischke (Theatre), who recently directed Julius Caesar for UW-Green Bay, is performing in Third Avenue Playhouse’s The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey. “Kopischke, the sole actor in the show, brings to life the inhabitants of a colorful seaside town as they awaken to the beauty of being different,” reads the Door County Pulse article.
UW-Green Bay Associate Lecturer Tricia Marton (Sheboygan Campus) will be a presenter at the Wisconsin Music Teachers Association (WMTA) state conference in October 2019. The session title is “The 80% and Above Club: Demystifying Music Theory for Students” and will present practical advice to music teachers on preparing their students for the WMTA state theory exam. Session […]
Associate Prof. Courtney Sherman (Music) has shared a list of contemporary musicals that are perfect for those who are fans of the “golden age” of musicals. “There’s something to be said about a solid Golden Age musical. The large production numbers, the elements of romance and/or comedy, the comfort of plot predictability, and of course, […]