- Thu, 15 Sep 2011
UWGB students mastering Jabal Amman, downtown Amman, Jordan
14 students traveled to Jordan this past summer with Prof. Heidi Sherman and Prof. Jill White to learn about history, culture, and human development. As part of their coursework, they took part in an immersive adventure planned by the social entrepreneur, Raghda Butros at Hamzet Wasel.
- Fri, 13 Nov 2015 Coury, Levintova join local roundtable on world refugee crisis
UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle East Studies and Partnerships will be joining St Norbert College’s Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice and Public Understanding for a round-table discussion on the Syrian refugee crisis last night (Nov. 12). The event, “We Can’t Look Away: A Conversation about the World Refugee Crisis,” took place on the SNC campus. Featured […]
- Tue, 28 Oct 2014 UW-Green Bay to host Islam awareness, education event Oct. 30
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will present an evening program titled “Islam awareness: A conversation about Islam, the Muslim Student Association and inclusivity at UW-Green Bay,” from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 in the Richard Mauthe Center on the UW-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. It is free and open to the public. The event […]
- Wed, 24 Sep 2014 In the media: Coury talks ISIL airstrikes with Local 5 News
Associate Prof. David Coury on Tuesday (Sept. 23) shared his expertise in Middle East affairs with Local 5 News’ Jenn Sullivan, as part of a story about airstrikes against ISIL targets in Syria. Coury, a Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies faculty member who co-directs UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies, told Sullivan the […]
A group of UWGB faculty spent a month in Jordan as UW-Green Bay establishes the new Center for Middle East Studies. A few highlights: A two-day trip to archeological sites in the north, including the ancient Roman cities of Jerash and Um Qais as well as the ancient medieval Islamic fortress Ajloun in Jordan's Eastern Desert. Click here to see more photos.
Twice a week, for about an hour, this group of students, staff and faculty get together for an Arabic conversation group. Click here to see more videos.