UW-Green Bay

Congratulations to Professor Greg S. Aldrete of UWGB History!

Professor Aldrete has been chosen to receive the University of Wisconsin System‘s highest recognition for members of its faculty and academic staff as one of two recipients of the 23rd annual Regents Teaching Excellence Awards! For more information about this award:


Gregory S. Aldrete, Professor, Department of History, UW‑Green Bay. Aldrete has been teaching at UW-Green Bay since 1995. He regularly teaches eight different courses of approximately 450 students per year, as well as numerous independent studies. Recently, he developed an innovative interdisciplinary course on military history in which students learn through “living history.” An example was the multi-year Linothorax Project, in which his students re-created and tested the linen armor that Alexander the Great wore during his conquests. The published results garnered international attention. His teaching methods include analyzing primary documents, holding debates, role-playing, and other hands-on activities. He has written and recorded dozens of video lectures for The Teaching Company, with the first series entitled, “The History of the Ancient World: A Global Perspective.” Aldrete gives frequent public lectures, including local venues as well as Iowa State University, Boston University, and the University of Manitoba in Canada. His students frequently comment on his depth of knowledge and passion for the subject of history and for teaching. Aldrete was selected in 2012 as Wisconsin Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation and the Council for the Advancement of Education (CASE). In 2009, he received a national award of merit from the American Philological Association as one of the nation’s top teachers of classics.

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  1. Congratulation for Prof. Gregory S. Aldrete. you deserve it, prof. keep give them best lecture to the students. hope this kind of award keep coming so it can make them keep motivating.

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