Common CAHSS programming begins this week featuring Associate Prof. Alison Staudinger (Democracy and Justice Studies) presenting, “Making Good Choices: Thinking about Ethics beyond Sustainability.” The Free Online Streaming Event is Sept. 24 from 6 to 6:55 p.m.
“I want to convince you, to convince myself, that we have to bother because it’s in ‘staying with the trouble,’ as Donna Haraway calls it, that we have a possibility of acting together, of making mistakes together, of realizing the claim that ‘another world is possible,’ even when crises seem overwhelming. This might take changing our approach to ethical decision-making and how we respond to those who make other choices. Drawing on Haraway, Shotwell, and also Simone De Beauvoir’s classic The Ethics of Ambiguity, I’ll offer in this talk some ideas for thinking about the possibilities for ethics, or perhaps justice, beyond sustainability. Maybe together, sitting at home, we can figure out what to do.
A mental health presentation presented by Eric Arneson, vice chancellor for student affairs and campus climate, and Lissa Balison, senior counselor, will take place on Tuesday, March 7, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Alumni Room (Room 103) located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Come and share in the mental health presentation that was presented to the Board of Regents earlier this semester. Mental health data and trends that impact UW-Green Bay, the UW System and the nation will be discussed. This will be a presentation and open discussion exploring the impact on students and our ability to serve them.
The 2018-19 Speaker Series at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus will continue on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Wombat Room (2114) with “Monsanto is a ‘Four Letter Word,’” presented by Associate Prof. James Kabrhel (Chemistry). This talk will examine the company that created Roundup and other common pesticides and herbicides, and look at the science and narrative surrounding this company and their products.
UW-Green Bay’s Title IX Team is planning what is hoped to be an annual presentation and training regarding the current Title IX procedures on campus. The group will provide specific information as it pertains to Title IX as it came up over the past year and provide practical training to interested individuals regarding techniques and procedures to make them better equipped to respond to Title IX issues. The Symposium will be delivered in three sections, with the expectation that while all are welcome for the entire session, an individual would not be required to stay the entire time. The Symposium will be held Jan. 20. An overwhelming response to attend the Symposium is forcing a room change. The event will now be held in IS 1034.
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., 45 minutes: “The State of Title IX at UWGB” — answer common questions regarding why as students, faculty and staff, Title IX impacts us all.
Isn’t Title IX just about athletics?
What are the obligations of UW-Green Bay as an institution regarding Title IX?
How does UW-Green Bay respond to Title IX issues on campus?
60 Minutes: “Review of NCAA Call to Action (SA & Student Athletes)” Baylor University, University of Minnesota, Duke University.
These are just a few of the athletics departments which have had significant media attention regarding sexual assaults and student athletes. Late in 2016 the NCAA placed a Call to Action for participating schools to implement real and substantial education for the institutions regarding the student athletes and sexual violence. This session will discuss some of the best practices as well as taking the time to address issues on our campus and how we as an entire community can respond.
90 Minutes: “Practical Training for Committee and Investigators”
This session is specifically tailored to investigators and hearing committee members, however it would be beneficial to anyone curious about the Title IX investigation and adjudications process. Attendees will be involved in mock interviews and hearings to address the techniques and processes that are used by UWGB Title IX teams in responding to complaints of gender discrimination. Standards of conduct as well as possible sanctions will be discussed.
Attendance is strongly encouraged. Please confirm your interest to Chris Paquet email@example.com by Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017.
Please join in on the discussion, “Multi-Disciplinary Superfund Teams – Engineering Success Through Coordinated Team Work and Communication,” at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, in MAC 225 led by Steve Laszewski, Ph.D. Laszewski is the senior vice president of Foth, a national engineering and science consulting firm, and has spent the past 15 years focused on the water cleanup of contaminated sediment Superfund Sites. Fundamentals of Engineering Technology ET-101 Invited Talks are free and open to the public.
UWGB and WiSys Technology Foundation is hosting a seminar featuring Christal Sheppard, Directory of the Midwest Regional United Stated Patent and Trademark Office, from 11:40 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Monday, Oct 3, Phoenix Room C of the University Union. With vast experience in Science and Intellectual Property Law and Policy, Dr. Sheppard will discuss how the USPTO helps innovators protect their ideas, the extensive innovation happening in the region and careers in intellectual property. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be provided.
Lecturer Karen Dahkle (Public and Environmental Affairs) presented a paper, “One Health for One Life: Beyond Anthropocentrism in Public Health” with colleagues Harry Wels (Vrije University Amsterdam) and Joachim Nieuwland (Leiden University) at the conference Animal Agency: Language, Politics, Culture Amsterdam, Netherlands May 12-13.
Professor Amy Wolf of Natural and Applied Sciences, will be presenting at this month’s Technology Squaretable from 12:30 p.m. to 1:307 p.m. on Thursday, March 24 in Instructional Services 1004. She will discuss her students’ portfolio-style projects using video editing software. Refreshments provided. For questions or more information, e-mail Kate Farley: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Heidi Sherman and Luke Konkol will be presenting at this month’s Technology Squaretable from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 in Instructional Services 1004. They will discuss using digital tools in experiential archeology, specifically in Sherman’s history courses. E-mail Kate Farley email@example.com with questions.
Overwhelming community response has forced a location change for the presentation by former UWGB student Tucker Burch today. His presentation remains from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. today (Friday, Feb. 5) but will be in ES 114 to accommodate more attendees. A reception precedes the event at 3 p.m. in ES 317 at 3 p.m. Burch received a B.S. in Civil Engineering at Marquette University after transferring from UWGB. He then completed a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota, where he studied the fate of antibiotic resistance genes during treatment and disposal of residual municipal wastewater solids. This event is free and open to the public.
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