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In the News: Undercover with Phlash Phoenix

Green Bay Press-Gazette writer Patti Zarling got a bird’s-eye view of the molting process last week as she transformed from reporter into Phlash Phoenix. Zarling traded her human attire for a suit of bright green feathers and a once-in-a-lifetime experience of portraying a mascot. Zarling learned that being Phlash the Phoenix is no easy feet […]

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In the media: Coury talks ISIL airstrikes with Local 5 News

Associate Prof. David Coury on Tuesday (Sept. 23) shared his expertise in Middle East affairs with Local 5 News’ Jenn Sullivan, as part of a story about airstrikes against ISIL targets in Syria. Coury, a Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies faculty member who co-directs UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies, told Sullivan the […]

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Kraft talks turnout for NBC 26 story on voter registration day

Several local news channels on Tuesday (Sept. 23) ran stories in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day. NBC 26 reporter Megan Lowry turned to Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft to round out her piece on registration and turnout, emphasizing the importance both parties place on getting people to the polls. Despite high interest in the races […]

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‘Press-Gazette’ teacher-prep story highlights Professional Program in Education

UW-Green Bay’s award-winning Professional Program in Education got some great front-page ink in Monday’s (Sept. 22) Green Bay Press-Gazette, with interviews and photos showing how the University helps prepare the area’s teachers. Two out of every five teachers working in area schools graduated from UW-Green Bay, UW Oshkosh or St. Norbert College, state data show, […]

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Fermanich helps shed light on area “dead zone” during boat tour

UW-Green Bay Prof. and resident “dead zone” expert Kevin Fermanich offered his expertise for a Sunday (Sept. 21) Green Bay Press-Gazette story on the relative health of — and challenges facing — the Fox River and the Bay of Green Bay. Fermanich and Prof. John Katers were among those aboard last week’s Fox River boat […]

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In the news: Martin’s expertise helps frame story on angry emails

The Green Bay Press-Gazette also turned to the expertise of Associate Prof. Ryan Martin for another story that ran Sunday (Sept. 21), this one exploring the influx of angry emails Green Bay Police received after arrest video involving one of its officers went viral. The vast majority of citizen emails received in the wake of […]

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In the news: Fox 11 covers UW-Green Bay’s plans for voter ID compliance  

New voter ID requirements continue to make news here and across Wisconsin, and WLUK, Fox 11’s Kelly Schlicht was on campus Thursday (Sept. 18) to find out how UW-Green Bay is preparing. Schlicht spoke with University Union Director Rick Warpinski and Student Government Association President Vanya Koepke about the law, what the University has planned […]

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Crunching the numbers: Furlong offers take on latest state jobs figures

WLUK, Fox 11’s Andrew LaCombe turned to Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences Scott Furlong Thursday (Sept. 18), seeking a political scientist’s perspective on the latest Wisconsin job numbers. Figures out Thursday show the state’s August unemployment rate at 5.6 percent, while a national report shows Wisconsin ranking 33rd in the country in job creation […]

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School of Business’ McCartney offers marketer’s take on Adrian Peterson case

WLUK, Fox 11 News turned to Cofrin School of Business Senior Lecturer Don McCartney Wednesday (Sept. 18), seeking a marketing expert’s perspective on the controversy surrounding the Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson. Reporter (and UW-Green Bay alum) Ben Krumholz talked to McCartney about news that several organizations suspended their sponsorships with the Vikings after the team […]

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In the news: Commentary on latest Walker-Burke poll

With yet another Marquette Law School poll showing Gov. Scott Walker and challenger Mary Burke in a statistical dead heat ahead of the November election, WBAY, Channel 2’s Michelle Clemens turned to Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft for analysis. Who shows up on Election Day will be key, Kraft said. “The winner will depend upon voter […]

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