Many of you may know that Human Development is offering a course this semester on the campus common theme (learn more about the common theme at: http://www.uwgb.edu/commontheme). This course brings together experts from campus, the state, and the nation to discuss topics related to developmental implications of war and peace. What you may not have known is that many of these presentations are open to the public. The presentations are every Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. in MAC 219. See below for the list of topics and speakers between now and Spring Break.
- Feb. 11 — Regan A. R. Gurung, UW-Green Bay, The Role of Belief, and Dean Von Dras, UW-Green Bay, The Role of Spirituality
- Feb. 18 — Christine Smith and Kim Nielson, UW-Green Bay, Gender and War
- Feb. 25 — James Marten, Marquette University, Children and War
- March 4 — Kate Burns, UW-Green Bay, Stereotyping and Prejudice
- March 11 — Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, UW-Green Bay, Impact of War on How We Live: The American Dream After WWII