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UW Campus Executive Officer candidate open fora

Interviews are being held next week for Campus Executive Officer positions at UW-Sheboygan and UW-Manitowoc. The candidates will not be visiting the UW-Green Bay campus on these days. Instead, they will be spending time on the two branch campuses. For those interested, the best time to visit with the candidates will be at one of […]

UW-Green Bay Prof. Jon Shelton on SCOTUS decision

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) was recently featured on Minnesota Public Radio regarding the Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME Council 31. “Is it constitutional to require public-sector employees to pay union fees, even if they are non-members? Or is is a violation of the First Amendment to force workers to financially support an […]

UW-Green Bay Phillip Clampitt advises to fact-check social media posts

Grand Chute Police receives a few hoax crime reports each year, which often lead to misleading social media posts. UW-Green Bay Communications Chair Phillip Clampitt advises us to fact-check before posting or forwarding as false reports may cause distress in communities. “Realize that many people are using social media for self aggrandizement or for entertainment purposes,” […]

Interviews for UW Campus Executive Officer positions are next week

Interviews are being held next week for Campus Executive Officer positions at UW-Sheboygan and UW-Manitowoc. The candidates will not be visiting the UW-Green Bay campus on these days. Instead, they will be spending time on the two branch campuses. For those interested, the best time to visit with the candidates will be at one of […]

Assistant Prof. Helpap comments on special election upset

Democrat Caleb Frostman defeated Republican Andre Jacque by about 800 votes in the special election on June 12. Both candidates are turning their attention to the November election. UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) thinks a lot of groups will take interest in the race. Read the full story on WBAY.