Is it time to kill the fuel economy mandate? Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft says, “no.” Read it here.
UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center and American Intercultural Center have joined forces to sponsor a Human Rights Teach-In from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 1. Political Science professors Alison Staudinger, Elizabeth Wheat, Aaron Weinschenk and Kris Coulter will answer questions about the U.S. government, presidential power and judicial power as they pertain to human rights. […]
Al Jazeera’s John Hendren taps Prof. Aaron Weinschenk as election expert With Monday’s Green Bay visit by presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports on a group that has become the core of his support, and visits campus to interview UWGB Prof. Aaron Weinschenk to speculate on the “why.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGPUkQewDOQ
Professor Aaron Weinschenk was featured in a WalletHub piece about the states with the best and worst representation on Election Day. You can find the full article here.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) was recently asked to be an expert for Wallethub, a website that offers financial and other “expert” advice. Weinschenk spoke about voter turnout among minorities. Check out the full article here.
“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 […]
Congressman Reid Ribble was the invited guest of Prof. Aeron Weinschenk’s Introduction to Public Policy class this week. Ribble spoke about the importance of elections in holding government accountable, the role of members of Congress, and his experiences working on legislation. Students were able to ask him questions for about 45 minutes. Chancellor Gary Miller […]
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.
Prof. Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) penned a piece about how Democrats and Republicans differ on finances.
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.