March 2017

Addy Award Winners

Posted on March 30, 2017
UW-Green Bay students, Erin Schroth and Hailey McDermott, won American Advertising Federation Addy Student Awards at the annual Fox River AD FED Club Addy Event that took place Friday, February 17, 2017 at the Backstage at the Meyer Theatre. All educational institution students in Northeast Wisconsin and the Fox Cities are eligible to submit to the Addys each year. UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Toni Damkoehler (Art and Design) received a Silver Addy award for the UWGB Theatre “The Hourglass Project” poster at the same event.
 

Professor Martin and philosophy students recognized

Posted on March 21, 2017
UW-Green Bay Philosophy undergraduates Sean Gleason, Anna Hoesley, Joseph Prestley and Michael Lahti, will present their research at this year’s Wisconsin Philosophical Association meeting in Madison on Saturday, April 29. The meeting invites philosophical research from across the state, and submissions are blind peer-reviewed. UW-Green Bay earned the highest number of accepted submissions of any institution in the state of Wisconsin. Associate Professor Christopher Martin also had a paper accepted.
 

‘Play Nice!” set receives ‘distinguished’ recognition 

Posted on March 21, 2017
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance Chair Jeff Entwistle received national recognition by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KC ACTF) for the scene design of UW-Green Bay’s “Play Nice!” production. The national selection team, which sees all eight festivals around the country, recognized only four scene designs. Two received “Outstanding Scene Design” recognition and two, including Play Nice, received “Distinguished Scene Design” recognition.
The judges saw “Play Nice!” at the KC ACTF Region III, Jan. 12, 2017, where the UW-Green Bay production team brought home the coveted “Golden Handtruck Award.” The award recognizes the best technical work and most professionalism in getting production materials from the truck to the stage ready in four hours for an audience and only one hour to get everything down and back into the truck.