Faculty & Staff

Tohoro Akakpo

Tohoro Akakpo

Associate Professor & MSW Program Coordinator
RH 320J

Dr. Akakpo's teaching experience varies from teaching undergraduate courses in public relations and business ethics to master's level social work courses in settings from a small, private university to a large, public university. He is well-versed, with a full range of educational courses in public and social welfare policy as well as social work practice. His work experience is in the... Read more »

David Coury

David Coury

Chair of Modern Languages
TH 397

Prof. Coury is Professor of Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies and also Co-Director of the Center for Middle East Studies and Partnerships. Additionally he is one of the advisors of the International Business Minor. As an undergraduate, Prof. Coury studied in Salzburg, Austria and then later, studied for almost two years at the University of Hamburg, Germany. He has published... Read more »

Marcelo Cruz

Marcelo Cruz

Associate Professor
MAC B313

Fields of Interest

Urban and regional development, land use, local to global linkages of community development.

Research

Dr. Cruz's research focuses on ethnic identity and land use. His research interests are in urban and regional development in the United States, Andean South America and Western Europe. As part of this global link Dr. Cruz leads students... Read more »

Kevin Fermanich

Kevin Fermanich

Professor & Researcher
LS 416

Website

http://www.uwgb.edu/fermanik/

Research Interests

Soil processes and ground water quality; nonpoint source pollution; watershed monitoring and management; fate of contaminants.

Education

B.S. UW-Stevens Point; M.S., Ph.D. UW-Madison.

Meet Dr. Kevin... Read more »

Kevin Kain

Kevin Kain

Senior Lecturer
SA 263

Dr. Kevin M. Kain is Senior Lecturer in History, Humanities and Global Studies. Broadly trained in European History, he regularly teaches online sections of Foundations of Western Culture I, Foundations of Western Culture II, Introduction to the Humanities, The Eurasian Frontier.

Kain's research interests lie primarily in the cultural history of Russia, especially Russian... Read more »

Katia Levintova

Katia Levintova

Co-Director
MAC A327

Dr. Katia Levintova is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Studies. She is a former Wisconsin Teaching Fellow and an author of several articles on teaching and learning as well as the political sociology of post-communist transitions published in sources such as the Journal of Political Science Education, and Europe-Asia Studies. She is also a recipient of several State... Read more »

Steven Meyer

Steven Meyer

Associate Professor
LS 446

Research Interests

the use of climate probabilities in decision making, comparing the accuracy of short- and medium-range forecasts from various sources, and evaluating the engagement of freshman students during their First Year Experience at colleg

Education

B.S. Northern Illinois University; M.S., Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Eric Morgan

Eric Morgan

Associate Professor
MAC A321

Selected publications

  • “Black and White at Center Court: Arthur Ashe and the Confrontation of Apartheid in South Africa,” Diplomatic History
  • “Dias, Bartolomeu,” “Tolkien, J.R.R.,” and “Van Riebeeck, Jan” in Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Emmanuel Akyeampong, eds., Dictionary of African Biography (New York: Oxford... Read more »

Cristina Ortiz

Cristina Ortiz

Professor
TH 373

Cristina Ortiz Ceberio was born in San Sebastián. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities obtained at the University of the Basque Country (San Sebastián) and a PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures from the University of Cincinnati (Ohio, USA). Currently she a Professor at the Department of Humanistic Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, where she teaches... Read more »

Heidi Sherman

Heidi Sherman

Associate Professor
TH 387

Professor Sherman received her PhD (History) from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), where she studied medieval history and archaeology. She has published widely on aspects of the material culture of medieval Russia (flax and linen production and trade, glassmaking) and on the Viking-age site of Staraia Ladoga. At UW-Green Bay, she teaches courses about the Vikings, medieval history... Read more »

Christine Vandenhouten

Christine Vandenhouten

Professor
RH 325E

Chair of Nursing & Health Studies
Academic Director

Bachelor of Science Health Information Management & Technology

Education:
Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH