“We all lose our tempers and feel provoked by things we encounter on a daily basis. But anger doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and our frustration comes from an evolutionary heritage designed to help us fight and correct injustices.” Associate Dean Ryan Martin (CAHSS) talks with Constant Wonder via Episode – BYUradio.
Mark your calendars for the 19th Annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium, to be held on Tuesday April 14, 2020. Projects will be on display in the Phoenix Rooms of the University Union from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Symposium which showcases the academic excellence of our undergraduate and graduate students, invites students to […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs, Political Science) recently had a peer-reviewed journal article, “Public Management in Rural Local Governments: An Assessment of Institutional Differences and Implications” accepted for publication in State and Local Government Review, a SAGE Journals publication. The research examines the use of a professional administrator by rural […]
John Arendt, Director of the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI), was appointed June 18, 2019 to serve on the City of Green Bay Sustainability Commission. The City of Green Bay established the Sustainability Commission in 2018 with its goal to protect, steward and improve the environment in the interest of the health, prosperity and […]
Join The Cofrin Center for Biodiversity to help remove garlic mustard from the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum Bay Shore Woods unit. Led by Restoration Assistant Sam Hoffman, volunteers will be continuing efforts to hand-pull garlic mustard that is invading the forest floor and displacing native vegetation. Extensive efforts have been completed the past three field seasons. […]