Rick started on September 30, 2013, as a Custodian. Prior to starting at UW-Green Bay he was employed at Hartford Community Development Authority – Weatherization. His home town is West Bend, Wisconsin. He is married and has a daughter.
Katelyn started on September 17, 2013, as the Campus visit Experience Coordinator. For the past two years she was employed at the University of Northern Iowa. She earned her BA in Communication at UW-Green Bay and her MA in Communication at the University of Northern Iowa. Her home town is Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
Rebecca started on August 26, 2013, as a Lecturer, Professional Program in Nursing. She has been an adjunct lecturer with UW-Green Bay while also being employed by the Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department. She was previously the regional public health nurse consultant for the state Division of Public Health’s Northeast Region Division. She receive her BSN form UW-Green Bay ad her MSN from the University of Minnesota.
Joe started on August 26, 2013, at UW-Green Bay as a Web Applications Developer. He was previously employed at College Kids for two years. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a 1st Lieutenant in the National Guard. He earned is bachelors in Web and Digital Media Development at UW-Stevens Point. He is married and is from Stratford, Wisconsin.
Rachel started on August 20, 2013, at UW-Green Bay as Assistant Director, Athletics Communications. Rachel is a native of Merrill, Wisconsin. She comes to UW-Green Bay from the athletics program at George Mason University in Virginia, where she served as the primary media relations contact for seven sports. She holds a bachelor’s in Public Relations from Marquette University and a master’s in Sport Industry Management from Georgetown University. She has worked as a media relations fellow for the Washington Capitals, as Promotions Director for the Wisconsin Woodchucks, as a Media Relations Intern for the Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Admirals, and Milwaukee Wave.
Diane started on August 19, 2013, at UW-Green Bay as the Director of Marketing, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. She returns to the Weidner Center staff after a previous stint as Advertising/Marketing Coordinator from 1996 to 2005. She has spent the last eight years as a Marketing and Media Specialist for the Insight Creative agency. She holds a bachelor’s in Arts Management from UW-Stevens Point and her hometown is Hortonville, WI.
Kimberley started on August 26, 2013, at UW-Green Bay as an Assistant Professor, Democracy and Justice Studies. She received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago in 2008. She previously taught at the University of Baltimore, where she was a postdoctoral teaching fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences and a research fellow in the Law School. Her research focuses on the growing importance of intimacy and emotion in marriage in the early twentieth century U.S., and has been published in Law and History Review.
Bryan started at UW-Green Bay on August 26, 2013, as an Assistant Professor, Information and Computing Science. Bryan served previously as a graduate assistant with the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, where for three years he taught courses in audio production and race, gender, and the media, and created his own course called survey of gaming and interactive media. He studied broadcast and cinematic arts, and political science in earning his bachelor’s from Central Michigan University, where he also earned his master’s in Electronic Media Management. His Ph.D. is from the University of Oklahoma. He is originally from Alpena, Michigan.
Ben started at UW-Green Bay on August 26, 2013, as a Lecturer, Information and Computing Science. Ben comes to UW-Green Bay having worked at four video game development studios over the past twelve years, contributing to best-selling games for Xbox 360, PS3 and others. He has also been involved with publisher relations at THQ, Activision and others. His past credits include Soldier of Fortune 2, X-Men Legends, Quake 4, The Incredible Hulk, Prey 2, and Prototype, along with publications on game research and practical applications. A graduate of UW-Madison with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Science, he has taught various computer science and game development courses for UW-Milwaukee and ITT-Tech Green Bay.
Aaron started at UW-Green Bay on August 26, 2013, as an Assistant Professor, Public and Environmental Affairs. Aaron is a native of Northeast Wisconsin; he earned his bachelor’s in Political Science and Public Administration, summa cum laude and with distinction in the major. He holds a master’s and doctoral degrees from UW-Milwaukee, where he was an instructor prior to coming to UW-Green Bay. His current research interests include the influence of individual personality traits and psychological dispositions on political and civic participation, the influence of campaigns during mayoral elections, and the determinants of campaign spending across local elections. His research has been published in Political Research Quarterly, Political Behavior, American Politics Research and others.