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.
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 […]
Aaron Weinschenk, Assistant Professor of Political Science, recently had an article accepted for publication in the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties, a peer-reviewed journal in political science. The article is titled “Convention Effects: Examining the Impact of National Presidential Nominating Conventions on Information, Preferences, and Behavioral Intentions.” Weinschenk was also interviewed with Wisconsin Public […]
UW-Green Bay Political Science Professor Aaron Weinschenk made an appearance on Wisconsin Public Television last Friday (Aug. 5) to discuss the region’s primary race for the 8th Congressional District. Weinschenk provides insight into the importance of the race, both for our region as well as for the upcoming Presidential election, as a swing area. Since […]
Should subsidies end for electric vehicle makers? Faculty emeritus Michael Kraft (Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs) gives his take in the news outlet SouthCoastToday. Read it here.
FOX 11 political reporter Andrew LaCombe looked ahead to the Democratic National Convention with UW-Green Bay political science professor Aaron Weinschenk today (July 25) on Good Day Wisconsin.
Scott Furlong, the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science, was recently a guest on the Newsmakers Podcast Network’s Political Radar. Furlong discussed topics such as the upcoming Presidential election, gun control and personal security. Listen to it here: http://www.npcn.tv/episode/51/
UWGB Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) had a paper titled “Conventional Wisdom: Political Learning During Presidential Nominating Conventions” accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Presidential Studies Quarterly. The paper uses panel data collected before and after presidential conventions to determine whether voters learn about candidate policy positions during the convention periods.
Antonio and Judith Saldaña never lost their flame after graduating from UW-Green Bay and have passed on the spark to their two children Nicholas and Savanah. This family of four proudly represents the Phoenix green. Both Antonio and Judith grew up in Green Bay, and chose to attend UWGB because it was close to home […]
Robert Frost wrote that “taking the road less travelled has made all the difference.” For UW-Green Bay graduate Pamela Parish, that meant transferring schools during the second semester of her freshman year and following in the footsteps of her older brother, sister and twin who were attending UW-Green Bay. Looking back, she deems it to […]