The good news according to UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Lora Warner, is that research supports that Brown County is still highly valued for its quality of life. Warner (above with her students) presented to a near-capacity crowd at UW-Green Bay’s After Thoughts event, Tuesday, March 3. The director of UW-Green Bay’s Center for Public Affairs […]
Associate Prof. Lora Warner will speak about her research into the quality of life in Brown County during the University’s next After Thoughts event Tuesday, March 3. The Public Administration faculty member was principal investigator for the Leading Indicators for Excellence (LIFE) Study, which looked at 10 key indicators in three different communities. The program […]
Assistant Prof. Lora Warner of Public and Environmental Affairs and staff research associate Ashley Heath of the Center for Public Affairs are co-authors of a chapter describing the Fox River Regional LIFE Study. (LIFE stands for Leading Indicators For Excellence.) Results from the four-county, year-and-a-half long study were rolled out last October, offering an analysis […]
When Assistant Prof. Lora Warner’s brand-new Strategic Philanthropy class set out to coordinate its first gift, students wanted to target environmental quality, or possibly civic engagement. The project they chose was a stellar example of both.
The UW-Green Bay Civics Club and Center for Public Affairs will team up to host the seventh annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk, part of national Make a Difference Day, Saturday, Oct. 27 on the Cofrin Arboretum Trail. Proceeds from this year’s walk will go to the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation, the Ecumenical Partnership […]
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Thomas Harden is among area educators who co-authored a column on embracing diversity in Tuesday’s (May 8) Green Bay Press-Gazette. Along with Michelle Langenfeld, Green Bay schools superintendent; Jeffrey Rafn, president of NWTC; and Thomas Kunkel, president of St. Norbert College, Harden and colleagues urge readers to celebrate the diversification of greater […]
A large-scale regional study led by UW-Green Bay’s Lora Warner continues to inform community and media discussion around significant issues in Northeastern Wisconsin. An editorial in Sunday’s (Jan. 8) Green Bay Press-Gazette cited data from the Leading Indicators For Excellence, or LIFE Study, that show that for the first time since 1995 more Brown County […]
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay researcher Lora Warner will host a public discussion on the results of the extensive Leading Indicators for Excellence, or LIFE Study, from 9:30-11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 24 at the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, 210 Museum Place, Green Bay.
Area citizens will have the opportunity Monday (Oct. 24) to learn more about results of the unprecedented Leading Indicators For Excellence, or LIFE Study, spearheaded by UW-Green Bay’s own Lora Warner. Warner will host the first of two public forums on “Exploring the Brown County LIFE Study” at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Neville Public […]
UW-Green Bay’s Lora Warner once again was in the spotlight Wednesday as the rollout of the Leading Indicators For Excellence, or LIFE Study, continued in Northeastern Wisconsin. Wednesday’s Green Bay event focused specifically on Brown County, with the study showing good news but some challenging issues for our community.