At the June 2016 University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents meeting, eight UW-Green Bay faculty members received promotions. One of these professors was Dr. Eric J. Morgan. Dr. Morgan, upon recommendation of Chancellor Gary L. Miller and System President Ray Cross, received tenure and promotion to associate professor of democracy and justice studies (history). Congrats Dr. Morgan!
Elizabeth (Liz) Schroeder is a super senior and is graduating today with a bachelor’s degree with a double major in humanistic studies with an emphasis in Ancient and Medieval Studies and history. Her two favorite history courses were the histories of Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece and her favorite non history course was her karate class. When she is not working on schoolwork, she likes to read for fun, watch Doctor Who and Stargate, visit museums, attend Renaissance Fair’s, and listen to music
Dr. J. Vincent Lowery is an associate professor of humanistic studies (history). He teaches classes in African American history, United States immigration history, ethnic studies, and science fiction. He earned a B.A. in history and political science from James Madison University, an M.A. in history from the UNC-Wilmington, and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Mississippi. When he is not teaching, Dr. Lowery enjoys spending time with family and coaching his son’s two baseball teams. He is currently working on an article dealing with federal investigations into southern immigration and gearing up for the Farmers Market season (his wife owns 416 Cuisine, an Italian food business).
The UW-Green Bay History Club would like to congratulate all of the history majors and minors that walked across the stage and received their hard earned degrees earlier today!