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Links to Kaye appearances on MSNBC, Moyers show

In case you missed them, we offer links to archived video of Democracy and Justice Studies Prof. Harvey Kaye’s interviews last week with MSNBC and National Public Television. On the MSNBC news/talk program “The Cycle,” Kaye got a warm reception from the thoroughly stylish and progressive young hosts — Toure, Abby Huntsman, Krystal Ball and […]

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Faculty note: Shelton earns ‘Best Dissertation’ award, book contract


Jon Shelton, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, was awarded the Labor and Working-Class History Association’s Herbert G. Gutman Prize for Best Dissertation of 2013, presented at the Organization of American Historians annual meeting. The prize comes with a book contract with the University of Illinois Press’s Working Class in American History Series. At […]

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Faculty note: Russell presents at geographers conference

Rachel Russell, an assistant professor of environmental policy and planning in the Public and Environmental Affairs academic unit, presented a paper last week at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Her paper, “Evaluating Urban Sustainability Contributions of Centralized and Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure in Tijuana, Mexico,” assesses the local and regional […]

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Emily Rogers, ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’

In a recent Log we posted that Emily Rogers, coordinator of access services for the Cofrin Library, was a member of the 2013 Leadership Green Bay class recognized at the local Volunteer Leadership Awards last week. (Actually, her group was runner-up, not winner of the award as we incorrectly reported earlier.) In any event, Rogers […]

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CIT’s Pynaker in the running for national lawn/garden contest

Monika Pynaker, network system administrator for CIT, is currently near or in the lead of the Troy-Bilt lawn and garden equipment company’s “Think Spring” contest. Contestants supply copy and images to make their own animated video. Pynaker’s entry, “Diggin’ It,” described her family’s construction of a backyard pond. The top vote-getter wins an array of […]

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Live chat with Kaye, Moyers set for 1 p.m. Tuesday


As a followup to the interview that aired across most of America on Sunday night, TV host Bill Moyers and UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey J. Kaye, Democracy and Justice Studies, will expand on their FDR-related discussion and take submitted questions in a live chat scheduled for Tuesday (April 15) at 2 p.m. EDT (1 p.m. […]

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Public Safety’s Fleury named chief at River Falls

Congratulations to police officer Karl Fleury of Public Safety, who has been appointed chief of police at UW-River Falls. His last day at work here (treats in the conference room!) will be Friday (April 18). Fleury joined the campus force two years ago having achieved the rank of captain with the Green Bay Police Department. […]

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‘Heartbleed’ headaches: Kieper talks security risk with Fox 11

The “Heartbleed” computer bug has made big news recently, as websites scramble to fix the problem and individuals and businesses wonder if their information is safe. Fox 11 News turned Thursday (April 10) to UW-Green Bay Deputy Chief Information Officer David Kieper, who helped explain the issue and provide context. It’s a serious problem, Kieper […]

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In the news: Furlong talks retirements for longtime politicians

Liberal Arts & Sciences Dean Scott Furlong helped provide context Friday (April 11) for the retirement announcements of two longtime state Republicans, state Sen. Mike Ellis and U.S. Rep. Tom Petri. Speaking with reporter Jennifer Wilson of WBAY, Channel 2, Furlong said the Republican Party has become more conservative in recent years, and that more […]

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Guv loves Green Bay? Walker’s frequent visits unsurprising, Helpap says

The Green Bay area has become Gov. Scott Walker’s second-favorite state destination (after Milwaukee) as he prepares to formally announce his re-election bid Tuesday (April 15), the Press-Gazette reported during the weekend. Reporter Paul Srubas turned to Assistant Prof. David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs, to talk about the trend, which Helpap said is unsurprising. […]

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