UW-Green Bay Prof. John Stoll (Management, Public and Environmental Affairs), gave two presentations at the Wisconsin Economics Association annual meeting Nov. 17-18. The first presentation titled “Teaching Microeconomics with Heart” focused upon changes being implemented as part of the Equity Gap project on our UW-Green Bay campus. The second presentation, “Sensitivity, Project Analysis, and the […]
Assistant Prof. Ryan Holzem (Environmental Engineering Technology) was recently published in the journal of Water Science and Technology. His paper was “Evaluating the impacts of triclosan on wastewater treatment performance during startup and acclimation.”
UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor Jennie Young (Director of English Composition and Writing Center) recently published an article in the journal Peitho: Journal of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition. The article, which appears in the fall 2017 issue, is titled “Scapegoats and Aliens: Institutionalized Shame in Divorce Court and […]
UW-Green Bay Senior Lecturer Kevin Kain (Humanities, History) has an article, “New Jerusalem” in Seventeenth Century Russia: The Image of a New Orthodox Holy Land” published in the French journal Cahiers du Monde Russe 58/3 (2017). An interdisciplinary journal, the Cahiers du Monde Russe covers the political, social, economic and cultural (especially literary) history of the Russian […]
Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) was in studio in New York City on the Dean Obeidallah Show on SiriusXM last week discussing Democratic election victories. “We mostly talked about FDR and what the Democrats could learn from him,” he added.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft (Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs) published an op-ed Nov. 9 2017 in the Bradenton Herald, discussing the need to stop building unnecessary pipelines in this era of climate change. See more.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Caroline Boswell (Humanities) has a book available in publication, “Disaffection and Everyday Life in Interregnum England.” It is “a look at how ordinary English men and women responded to the transformations that accompanied the regicide, the creation of a republic, and the rise of the Cromwellian Protectorate.”
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Eric J. Morgan (Democracy and Justice Studies), recently published a chapter in The SHAFR Guide: An Annotated Bibliography of U.S. Foreign Relations since 1600, edited by Alan McPherson. The SHAFR Guide, a near comprehensive 2.1 million-word annotated bibliography of historical work covering the entire span of U.S. foreign relations, was first released online and will […]
UW-Green Bay Professor Illene Cupit (Human Development) recently published an article in the journal, Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology and Applied Psychology. The article, which appears in a special issue on “Death, conflicts and intervention” is entitled, “Developmental Crises and Global Crises: Helping Bereaved Children and Adolescents.”
“Do Democrats Really Need Wall Street? A former Democratic operative writes in The New York Times that the party needs to drop FDR’s progressive coalition and strengthen ties to Wall Street. He’s dead wrong,” says UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies). Read his latest commentary.