Given the opportunity, what would faculty say if they had one last lecture to give? This series features six of our distinguished professors doing just that.

50th Anniversary will feature faculty lecture series

The schedule is set for the UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary “Last Lecture Series” for the 2015-16 academic year. The series, so named, invites UW-Green Bay professors to give a lecture as if it were their last. Each presentation is a Wednesday event beginning at 7 p.m. in the Union’s Christie Theatre.  The lineup of distinguished faculty lecturers:

  • Sept. 23 — Derek Jeffreys, Professor, Humanistic Studies
    “The Mystery of the Person: Teaching Philosophy and Religion in a Maximum-Security Prison”
  • Oct. 28 — Jeff Entwistle, Professor, Theatre and Dance
    “We All Need Theatre in Our Lives and in Our Future”
  • Nov. 18 — Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Associate Professor, Nursing
    “E-Learning: The Train has Left the Station”
  • Feb. 17 — Lucy Arendt, Associate Dean, College of Professional Studies
    “Made to Serve: The Tragic Corruption of America’s Founding Values”
  • March 23 — Steve Meyer, Associate Professor, Natural and Applied Sciences
    “Forget the Three T’s: Focus on the Six C’s”
  • April 13 — Phil Clampitt, Professor, Information and Computing Science
    “The Magical Connection between Uncertainty, Innovation, and the Human Spirit”