UW-Green Bay alumnus Shae Sortwell ’06 (Public Administration and Political Science) is one of four candidates in the District 2 State Assembly race. Read more about his platform in the Herald Times Reporter article.
Katie Werner ’13 (Public Administration and Environmental Planning and Policy), is not your stereotypical nutrient management planner. She has no farm background, and she is in a field typically dominated by males. However, that hasn’t stopped her in her role with the Country Visions Cooperative, a company in Reedsville that provides services to 14 counties […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk’s (Public Administration) study in the Journal of Political Marketing concludes that former presidential candidate Hilary Clinton was less successful in gaining the interest of demographic groups in the 2016 election than Barack Obama in 2012. Weinschenk said that by using state-level data, he found out that Clinton underperformed Obama in 83% […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Public Administration) was the keynote speaker at the League of Wisconsin Municipalities “Urban Policy Forum” at the Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton. Weinschenk spoke to an audience of 25 mayors and administrators from Wisconsin about the electoral politics and demographics in the state.
Congratulations to UW-Green Bay alumna Sarah Beckman ’08 (Social Work), named Young Professional of the Year by Current Young Professionals. Brandon Rohde of LiveTime, LLC was presented the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Accepting the award for The Next Generation Best Place to Work award was UW-Green Bay alumnus Todd Jadin ’84 (Business Administration) […]
The Comm Voice recently highlighted alumnus Vanya Koepke ’15 (Political Science and Public Administration) and the other alumni and University employees that have been selected for the Future 15.
Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Administration) appeared as a guest on the weekly nonpartisan podcast, “The Progress Report,” a conversation on the local government and economic development in and around Green Bay and Brown County. The episode discusses how local government in Green Bay and Brown County are doing.
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Wheat (Public Administration)’s discussion of media and foreign policy at the Great Decisions presentation at the Manitowoc Public Library on Monday, March 5 was featured in the Herald Times Reporter.
A $10 million summer league baseball stadium that was supposed to be a part of a downtown Green Bay development project is now being projected to be built in the village of Ashwaubenon. Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Administration) weighed in on the loss, saying, “it’s not clear what kind of impact the team’s […]
In a letter to the editor published in the Green Bay Press Gazette, Feb. 2, 2018, Vanya Koepke ’15 (Political Science, Public Administration), former Student Government Association president, gets an endorsement from former alderman, Jerry Wiezbiski.