Tagged: Women’s and Gender Studies

Faculty note: Prof. Van Slooten presentation

Faculty note: Prof. Van Slooten presentation

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten (English, Writing Foundations, and Women’s and Gender Studies), presented “Carry Me Over the Threshold: Using Popular Romance Novels in Women’s and Gender Studies Classes to Teach...

Melt This Frozen Heart: Whiteout and Written in the Stars

Melt This Frozen Heart: Whiteout and Written in the Stars

Melt This Frozen Heart: Whiteout and Written in the Stars is Associate Professor Jessica Lyn Van Slooten’s latest installment in her monthly ‘Happy Hearts’ column on Cahsseffect.org. Van Slooten is a professor of English, Writing...

Faculty note: Prof. Smith publication

Faculty note: Prof. Smith publication

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof Christine Smith (Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies), had a paper titled “Who is satisfied with life? Personality, cognitive flexibility, and satisfaction with life” published in the journal Current Psychology.

Video: Pestilence and Print History recorded event

Video: Pestilence and Print History recorded event

On September 17, 2020, a virtual public program called Pestilence and Print History organized by the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) in Massachusetts took place. UW-Green Bay’s own assistant professor Sarah Schuetze (English) was one...