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St. Norbert College Faculty and Staff to Present at Neville Public Museum STEAM Engine Event

From St. Norbert College, November 8, 2019
by Hailey Barron, hailey.barron@snc.edu, (920) 403-3089

Lucy Arendt, professor of business administration-management at St. Norbert College, and Krissy Lukens, director of academic technology at St. Norbert College,
will present at the Neville Public Museum’s tenth STEAM Engine event on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 6 p.m. The event will take place at the museum, 210 Museum Pl.,
Green Bay; it is free and open to the public.

STEAM Engine is an interactive event that features three speakers from the region who are exploring new horizons in the disciplines of science, technology, engineering,
the arts and mathematics. The mission of STEAM Engine is to improve Green Bay’s creative economy, foster community discussion and expand community members’
collective knowledge on important topics.

Arendt will present “Dark Humor Is All Good,” highlighting the value of dark humor and the circumstances under which it is both appropriate and necessary. Lukens will
present “GIS: A ‘Spatial’ Technology!” and will explain how geographic information systems (GIS) allow individuals to visualize spatial data to see relationships, make
predictions and ultimately make decisions that can have local and global impact.

Ryan Martin, chair of the psychology program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, will also speak at the event. He will present “But First, You’ve Got to Get Mad!,”
exploring the complicated nature of anger, focusing on how it can be valuable, as long as it is expressed wisely.

Each presentation will last approximately 10 minutes and will be followed by a Q & A. After the presentations, audience members are invited to attend a social
networking hour at the museum. Titletown Brewing Company beer, as well as soda and popcorn, will be provided. Free cake, champagne, stickers and more will add to
the celebration of the museum’s tenth STEAM Engine event.

For more information, visit https://www.steamenginegb.com.

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