Speakers Bureau

UW-Marinette faculty are available to speak on topics listed below and on others, usually at no charge. To arrange for a speaker, contact the Office of Marketing and Communications by phone 715-735-4300 ext. 4310 or by email at tricia.hurley@uwc.edu.

Consultancies: Faculty members in fields cited below are also available for consulting, surveys, environmental audits, and other services, usually for a fee.

Anthropology

Dail Murray, Professor Emerita, Anthropology/Sociology

  • Belize: Community Development and Tourism
  • The Amish
  • Agricultural Sustainability and the Amish
  • Anthropology of Religion

Dail Murray's Bio/Contact Information

Art

James LaMalfa, Professor Emeritus, Art

  • Native American Art
  • Culture of Mesoamerica (The Maya)
  • Art and Architecture of Italy
  • Public Art: Wall Paintings and Sculpture
  • Digital Photography and Movies: The Wave of the Future
  • The da Vinci Code, Fact or Fiction: A detailed lecture with slides, on the real Leonardo da Vinci
  • Writing The da Vinci Diaries

James LaMalfa's Bio/Contact Information

Astronomy

Paul Erdman, Associate Professor, Astronomy/Physics

  • Topics related to astronomy

Paul Erdman's Bio/Contact Information

Biological Sciences

Wendel Johnson, Professor Emeritus, Biology

  • Isle Royale: A Wilderness National Park
  • Population Literacy as a Part of Environmental Awareness
  • Sea Lamprey: An Exotic Species
  • The Wolf at our Door: Managing Endangered Species
  • Marinette County's Wild Lakes
  • Global Change Education
  • What is All this Talk about Biodiversity?
  • Travel by Rail: What getting out of the car can mean for you

Communication and Theatre Arts

Paula Langteau, Campus Executive Officer and Dean

  • Arthur Miller: The Man and his Work

Paula Langteau's Bio/Contact Information

Rebecca Stone Thornberry, Assistant Professor of Communication and Theatre Arts

  • Topics related to theatre

Rebecca Stone Thornberry's Bio/Contact Information

Computer Science

Michael Bartlett, Associate Professor, Mathematics

  • Introduction to Microcomputers
  • MS Excel
  • MS PowerPoint

Michael Bartlett's Bio/Contact Information

Education

Cindy Bailey, Assistant Campus Dean for Student Affairs

  • Career related topics
  • College Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid
  • Options in Higher Education
  • Preparing for College
  • Team-Building for Success
  • Take Flight: Motivation and Leadership Enhancement
  • Time Management
  • Volunteering

Cindy Bailey's Bio/Contact Information

Albert Bugaj, Professor, Psychology

  • Technology in Education
  • Leadership
  • Parent-Teacher Communication

Albert Bugaj's Bio/Contact Information

Paula Langteau, Campus Executive Officer and Dean

  • What's New at UW-Marinette?
  • UW-Marinette: Where We've Been and Where We are Going
  • The Importance of a College Degree in Today's Economy

Paula Langteau's Bio/Contact Information

Dail Murray, Associate Professor Emerita, Anthropology/Sociology

  • The Adult Learner

Dail Murray's Bio/Contact Information

English

Jennifer Flatt, Professor, English/Spanish

  • Victorian Literature
  • Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Bronte
  • George Eliot
  • Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Christianity and Literature
  • Christian Feminism (and relationship to literature)
  • Math/Science Literature
  • Literature and Sports

Jennifer Flatt's Bio/Contact Information

Paula Langteau, Campus Executive Officer and Dean

  • Arthur Miller: The Man and his Work

Paula Langteau's Bio/Contact Information

Amy Reddinger, Associate Professor English/Women's Studies

  • African American Literature
  • Asian American Literature
  • The American Cold War 
  • Cookbooks and Domesticity
  • Women's Literature

Amy Reddinger's Bio/Contact Information

Constance Scofield, Director, Library

  • Locating and evaluating information resources

Constance Scofield's Bio/Contact Information

Geography/Geology

Keith West, Assistant Professor, Geography/Geology

  • Industrial Ecology
  • Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization

Kieth West's Bio/Contact Information

History

Daniel Kallgren, Associate Professor, History

  • The Great Peshtigo Fire
  • Using Novels in an Historical Way
  • It Wasn't all Ozzie and Harriet: The Other Side of the U.S. in the 1950s
  • What Television Can Tell Us About the U.S.
  • Who Went to School and Who Didn't in U.S. History
  • Why Slavery?
  • History and Hollywood: American History through the Movies
  • Sports Culture in Early America

Daniel Kallgren's Bio/Contact Information

Mathematics

Michael Bartlett, Associate Professor, Mathematics

  • Topics related to Mathematics, including Statistics
  • Calculus applications to Business
  • Linear programming Applications to Business
  • Careers in Mathematics
  • Linear Algebra & its Applications
  • Finite Mathematics Applications to Business, Economics, Social Sciences, Life & Physical Sciences

Michael Bartlett's Bio/Contact Information

Music

David Giebler, Associate Professor, Music

  • Lecture/Demonstrations Relating Master Composers of the Past to Music of the Present
  • The Piano Music of Beethoven
  • 20th Century Piano Music
  • The Music of Gordon Binkerd
  • The Importance of Music Theory: How it Applies to Music Study and Performance

David Giebler's Bio/Contact Information

Physical Education

Dorothy Kowalski, Professor, Health & Exercise Science

  • Topics related to health and wellness
  • personal fitness
  • physical education for special populations
  • sociology of sport
  • women and sport
  • first aid/CPR

Dorothy Kowalski's Bio/Contact Information

Physics

Paul Erdman, Associate Professor, Astronomy/Physics

  • Topics related to physics

Paul Erdman's Bio/Contact Information

Political Science

Daniel Kallgren, Associate Professor, History

  • The U.S. Constitution
  • Political Parties in American Politics

Daniel Kallgren's Bio/Contact Information

Psychology

Albert Bugaj, Professor, Psychology

  • Leadership
  • Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
  • Stress Management
  • Improving Memory

Albert Bugaj's Bio/Contact Information

Sociology

Dail Murray, Professor Emerita, Anthropology/Sociology

  • Oral History for Students of All Ages
  • Social Problems

Dail Murray's Bio/Contact Information

Women's Studies

Amy Reddinger, English/Women's Studies

  • Popular culture
  • History of feminism
  • Women's writing

Amy Reddinger's Bio/Contact Information

World Languages

Jennifer Flatt, Professor, English/Spanish

  • Language Learning Techniques
  • Latinos and Sport

Jennifer Flatt's Bio/Contact Information