Tag: Information and Computing Science

Sept. 25 was National Comic Book Day; Prof. Carr presents five things to know…

Sept. 25, 2019 was National Comic Book Day, which is as good a reason as any to check in on one of the “greatest of all art forms.” Yet, comics are also a uniquely intimidating art form if you’re not already steeped in them. What should you read? In what order should you read it? […]

‘The Extreme Latecomer’s Guide to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’

“So it’s happened. You’ve decided to jump into the height of superhero hype with the impending release of Avengers: Endgame this month after years of your friends, family, co-workers, and random passers-by extolling the virtues of Marvel’s connected universe and its complex meta-narrative. You even booked tickets for the opening weekend!” …and so goes Associate […]

Mark your calendars: Gurung and Carr talk cross culture and comics at Sept. event

As part of the Brown County Library Countdown to Comic-Con event, Sept. 20, 2018, you can join UW-Green Bay professors Bryan Carr (Information and Computing Science) and Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) for a discussion of the cross-cultural significance of comics, science fiction and fantasy. Among the topics to be discussed: Superman and the […]

Photos: Brawl by the Bay

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Eighty-two gamers attended the Midwest American Gaming event “Brawl by the Bay” held at UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the first time on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Players competed in both singles matches and doubles matches. The first place price for singles match winners was a Nintendo Switch, and the doubles match winners received customized […]

Prof. Phil Clampitt is mace-bearer for UW-Green Bay Commencement

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 […]

Faculty note: Chattopadhyay and Turkiewicz research project

Assistant Professors Katie Turkiewicz (Communication) and Ankur Chattopadhyay (Information and Computing Science) have been working with student Michael Schulz on an interdisciplinary research project along with recently graduated Michael Schulz (Computer Science). One the published works from this project was included in the “Winter 2017 Undergraduate Research Highlights” from the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR). […]

Open Seminar: Engaging Social Media Strategies and Bonus Discussion on Social Media’s Role in Healthcare

Professor Phil Clampitt and Assistant Prof. Katie Turkiewicz (Information and Computing Science) will be conducting an open seminar on developing influential social media strategies with a bonus discussion on social media’s role in health care, Wednesday, Feb. 7 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Phoenix A, University Union. The hour-long session is free and open […]

UW-Green Bay joins 42,000 in Global Game Jam

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UW-Green Bay joined 42,000 participants in Global Game Jam last weekend, (Jan. 27-29, 2018) at The Mauthe Center. The jam is organized in venues across the world on a specific weekend, for digital and non-digital game designers to develop small but innovative video games, or non-digital games. The participants work in teams to plan and […]

Prof. Clampitt teams with Packers social media manager & UWGB alum Ryan Hartwig

UW-Green Bay Prof. Phil Clampitt (Information and Computing Science, Communication) co-authored a post in the blog “Social Media Strategy” with UW-Green Bay alumnus and social media manager for the Green Bay Packers, Ryan Hartwig ’09 Communication. See Scoring Brand Touchdowns by Using the 5Cs of Social Media.