Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies, has published a book titled “Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts and Principles for the High School Curriculum.” Printed by CAT Publishing Inc., a subsidiary of W.W.Norton, the book can be found by its ISBN number, 978-1-50226-673-8215.
The book Quantitative Multidisciplinary Approaches in Human Capital and Asset Management, edited by Prof. Meir Russ of the Cofrin School of Business, was recently published by IGI Global. Russ wrote the introductory chapter titled “Introduction and a Holistic Framework for Human Capital” and co-authored two other chapters. He wrote “Strategic inertia vs. strategic change: The role […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, is the co-author of a text newly released this week by Routledge. The book, A Citizens Guide to US Elections: Empowering Democracy in America, is intended for use in undergraduate political science courses as well as readership by a general audience. Weinschenk […]
In connection with the Latino American History program, copies of visiting speaker Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez’s latest collection of short stories, One Day I’ll Tell You the Things I’ve Seen, are available at the Phoenix Bookstore. Additionally, Vaquera-Vásquez will read and discuss themes from the book between 5:30 and 7 p.m. Friday (Sept. 25) at The Reader’s […]
We came across this recently: A textbook co-authored by Prof. Ray Hutchison, Urban and Regional Studies, was made recommended reading in 2014-2015 for social-ecological researchers involved in the sprawling “Baltimore Ecosystem Study.” Hutchinson and Mark Gottdiener released the fourth edition of The New Urban Sociology in 2010. To see the BES reference to Hutchison’s work, […]
In the most recent edition of our Inside UW-Green Bay print magazine, we highlighted alumnus Jeff Pagels’ success as an inspirational author, speaker, Olympic-caliber athlete, natural-resource manager for the DNR and all-around good guy. Pagels has used a wheelchair since 1984. His 2014 book about his comeback from severe spinal cord injury, Always Climb Higher, […]
“Remembering FDR and the Greatest Generation” is the topic for UW-Green Bay professor and Roosevelt scholar Harvey J. Kaye, who is scheduled to speak at 7:30 p.m. this Wednesday (April 22) as part of the annual Fox Cities Book Festival. The venue is the Appleton Public Library. Free and open to all.
Jon Shelton, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipends Award for his book project “Teacher Strikes and the Decline of Labor-Liberalism in the US, 1968-81.”
The Research Council, chaired by Amy Wolf, is pleased to announce Aaron Weinschenk, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, as the recipient of a 2015-2016 Research Scholar Award. The selection was based on his proposal “A Citizen’s Guide to American Elections: The Success and Failure of Representation.” The project is a component of a […]
Lucy Arendt, associate professor and director of the Cofrin School of Business, is co-author of the newly released book Long-Term Community Recovery from Natural Disasters (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014). The book was researched and written with Daniel J. Alesch, professor emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs. The authors present what they have […]