Prof. Lora Warner directs UW-Green Bay’s Center for Public Affairs which connects students and faculty with the community through research, internships, service projects and courses. Students undertake high-impact, 360 degree experiences while the community benefits from the expertise of students and faculty. The result? More engaged citizens and community strategies for enhancing quality of life.
Each After Thoughts event, held in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts grand foyer, begins at 5 p.m. with time to visit and enjoy hors d’oeuvres followed by a featured speaker beginning at 5:45 p.m.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Rebecca Meacham leads the next After Thoughtsconversation, with her talk, “Fiction’s Burning Questions: Novelists, History and the Creative Spark.” Meacham’s address will explore how novelists navigate a process she refers to as “slow, directionless and full of wrong turns” — how they create absorbing fiction from the facts of history, and how they imagine the thoughts and passions of characters often left out of the history books.
The After Thoughts series was started in spring 2011 to connect community women with UW-Green Bay, showcase UW-Green Bay’s faculty and staff, convene women after their workday for learning, enrichment and fun, and provide “After Thoughts” to take with them when they leave. Read more, or register now.
Register today for the spring After Thoughts series.
||Tuesday, March 13, 2012
“Leading through Transformative Change: Lessons from the Media Trenches”
Laura Hollingsworth, ’89, UW-Green Bay alumna and publisher of The Des Moines Register
||Tuesday, April 10, 2012
“Cabaret: Berlin to Broadway”
Laura Riddle, UW-Green Bay professor of Arts and Visual Design and managing director of Theatre productions
Both events take place at the Weidner Center from 5-7 p.m.
To register or for more information visit facebook.com/afterthoughts.uwgb
An engaging new season of After Thoughts series of programs for women kicked off Sept. 20 with Prof. Kim Nielsen’s presentation, “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.”
Don’t miss Susan Frost, lecturer at UW-Green Bay and president of Frost Marketing Communications Inc., when she presents “The Lust to Shop: From Romanticism to Modernism in a Shoebox” on Nov. 1.
An engaging new season of After Thoughts series of programs for women kicks off Sept. 20 with Prof. Kim Nielsen’s presentation, “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.” Susan Frost, lecturer at UWGB and president of Frost Marketing Communications Inc., follows on Nov. 1. Read more.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011
UW-Green Bay professor of History and Women’s and Gender Studies, will present “Jane Addams and the Challenge of a Living Democracy.”
Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011
UW-Green Bay associate lecturer in Humanistic Studies and president of Frost Marketing Communications, Inc. will present “The Lust to Shop: From Romanticism to Modernism in a Shoebox.”
||Laura Hollingsworth, ’89
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
UW-Green Bay alumna and president and publisher of The Des Moines Register will present the first talk of the spring semester.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
UW-Green Bay professor of Theatre and managing director of Theatre Productions, will present the final session of the 2011-12 After Thoughts series.