Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced that Paul Krupski ’02 (Social Change and Development) has been selected as director of opioid initiatives. The position helps lead the states efforts to end the opioid crisis in Wisconsin. Fox 11 has the story.
During the World History Association annual conference, held in Boston in June, Craig Lockard (SCD and History Emeritus) was awarded the organization’s highest honor, the Pioneer of World History award, for his long record of published scholarship and service to the WHA. He helped found the organization in 1982, served as the group’s first secretary, was a member of the executive council for several terms, and contributed as an editor or on the editorial boards of three world history journals. Among his various books and many articles in the field are a textbook, Societies, Networks, and Transitions: A Global History (now in its 3rd edition), and Southeast Asia in World History (Oxford University Press, 2009).
The recently published anthology, The New World History: A Field Guide for Teachers and Researchers (University of California Press, 2016), includes two essays by Craig Lockard (SCD/History Emeritus): “The Rise of World History Scholarship” and “Southeast Asia in World History.” The anthology was edited by Ross Dunn, Laura Mitchell and Kerry Ward.
Last week we told you about John O’Reilly featured as one of You Magazine’s ‘most eligible bachelors.’ He is an assistant soccer coach at UWGB. A savvy Log reader pointed out that Ngosong Fonkem a ’08 UWGB graduate (Political Science and Social Change and Development) is also featured. He is an attorney with Corneille Law Group, Green Bay. The Libertine is holding a public reception to “Meet the Bachelors” from 5 – 8 p.m. Thursday, January 21.
Stephanie Cataldo-Pabich, who served a number of years and in many roles for the Phuture Phoenix Program, most recently as its interim director, has announced her departure. Pabich is moving to a newly created events manager position with the Heritage Hill Foundation. She expresses her gratitude to the faculty, staff and students who fully invested in the successful program, now replicated at colleges across the country. Cataldo-Pabich’s last day is Friday, May 29, when she invites peers to stop up and say “see you later.” Pabich is a UW-Green Bay alumna, having graduated with a degree in History and Social Change and Development before pursuing a master’s degree in History from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
Prof. Emeritus Craig Lockard of History and Social Change and Development is the author of four entries in the newly published 30-Second Twentieth Century, edited by Jonathan Reynolds of Northern Kentucky University for Ivy Press in the United Kingdom.
Prof. Emeritus Craig Lockard, formerly of History and Social Change and Development (now Democracy and Justice Studies) is proud to announce that the third edition of his college-level world history textbook, Societies, Networks, and Transitions: A Global History, was published this summer by Cengage. Since 2012, Lockard has also been writing the annual update on Malaysia for the Encyclopedia Britannica Yearbook.
Historian Craig Lockard, professor emeritus of Social Change and Development (now Democracy and Justice Studies) wrote the Malaysia update for the Encyclopedia Britannica 2014 Book of the Year. Additionally, in February he chaired a panel at the annual conference of the California and Northwest World History Associations, held in Berkeley.
Craig Lockard, professor emeritus of Social Change and Development and History, has recently published two articles: “Asian Migrations and Diasporas Since 1500,” in the World History Bulletin (Fall 2012) and “Chinese Emigration Before 1948,” Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).
An article by Craig Lockard, professor emeritus of Social Change and Development, “The Asian Resurgence in World History Perspective,” has been published in the February 2012 issue of World History Connected.