Given the opportunity, what would faculty say if they had one last lecture to give? UWGB Theatre Prof. Jeff Entwistle gives the second of six 50th Anniversary “Last Lectures” from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Oct. 28 in the Christie Theatre, University Union.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance presents the comedic drama Theophilus North. The Jazz-Age tale is based on a semi-autobiographical story by Thornton Wilder. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 15-17 and continue Oct. 21-24, in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center.
On Saturday, October 10, the UW-Green Bay Psychology faculty will host more than 40 psychology educators from throughout the Midwest for the 2015 Excellence in Psychology Instruction Conference (EPIC). Carnegie Foundation teacher of the year Prof. Regan Gurung will give the keynote address.
Professor Christine Style took the lead, and a number of UW-Green Bay alumni, staff and current students — 28 artists in all — joined in, for a multifaceted “Exquisite Corpse” printing project organized by The Hardy Gallery in Ephraim, Wis.
The prestigious International Czech and Slovak Voice Competition takes place at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, Oct. 9-11. Admission is free, and the public is welcome to attend at any point during the competition’s opening, semifinal and final rounds.
Nearly 1,400 fifth graders will be welcomed to UW-Green Bay Oct. 13 and 15 for the 12th annual Phuture Phoenix Days. The program provides support and mentoring as students pursue a college education. More than 250 UWGB students and 120 faculty and staff are participating.