Tag: Democracy and Justice Studies

Life of a Law Student meeting

UW-Green Bay graduate Anastasia Coppersmith will be visiting campus (MAC Hall 301) from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 14, to take part in a meeting organized by Assistant Prof. Kris Coulter (Democracy and Justice Studies), called “The Life of a Law Student.” Coppersmith is currently a law student at Northern Illinois University, and share […]

Prof. Weinscheck interview with nextcity.org

“The economy is always first and foremost in voters’ minds, especially those who live in urban areas whose quality of life is so tied into job and housing,” says Aaron Weinschenk, a political science professor for University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. “In some ways the economy is overshadowed by the unique candidates. But people still think […]

Weinschenk Helpap teamed up for op-ed piece to Press-Gazette

Professors Aaron Weinschenk and David Helpap teamed up to write an op-ed for the Green Bay Press Gazette. Their article  was published on Sunday and urges voters to be critical of political candidates and to investigate whether candidates have plans for how they will achieve their policy positions. The article can be found here.

Weinschenk presents on 2016 presidential election

Political scientist Aaron Weincshenk gave a presentation on the 2016 presidential election for the Neville Public Museum’s “Hardcore History” series.  The talk focused on various elements of the election including primaries, public opinion polling, and election forecasting. It was well attended by community members and UWGB students.

Prof. Aaron Weinschenk discusses upcoming election

Political science professor Aaron Weinschenk addresses Wisconsin swing state questions this week. Although polls indicate that Hillary Clinton has a good lead in Wisconsin currently, he predicts candidate strategies will change after the first debate on Monday, September 26. In an interview with nextcity.org, he says to win Wisconsin, a candidate must do well in […]

Green Bay Area Philosophers’ Cafe kicks off fall semester

The Green Bay Area Philosophers’ Cafe will hold its first meeting of the year from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 at Kavarna Coffeehouse in downtown Green Bay. The controversial topic for discussion: Do we have too many guns in our country? UW‑Green Bay Prof. Andrew Austin (Democracy and Justice Studies) will help guide the discussion. […]