Tag: Public and Environmental Affairs

Assistant Prof. Helpap comments on special election upset

Democrat Caleb Frostman defeated Republican Andre Jacque by about 800 votes in the special election on June 12. Both candidates are turning their attention to the November election. UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) thinks a lot of groups will take interest in the race. Read the full story on WBAY.

Helpap discusses Frostman win on WPR

UW-Green Bay Associate Professor David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) believes special election winner Democrat Caleb Frostman could benefit from Washington politics in the November election. “I think that kind of impact from D.C. is pretty important, especially since the district does tend to lean red,” Helpap says referring to Frostman’s district which covers Door, Kewaunee, […]

Is Wisconsin due for a ‘blue wave’? Helpap comments on WPR

Wisconsin’s 1st Senate District election day is approaching, and the state is possibly preparing for a Democratic victory. UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) says its an interesting race to watch. According to WPR, Helpap says the race will be viewed as a bellwether, adding that “for the last three or four months […]

Public & Environmental Affairs celebrates

Public & Environmental Affairs celebrated its students and community partnerships at an event in the Weidner Center, last week. A panel of recent alumni came to share their best advice on finding a job after graduation and student award and scholarship winners were recognized. Additional pictures of the event can be accessed on our facebook […]

Sexual Assault Center awarded $10,000 grant by UW-Green Bay students

Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Strategic Philanthropy class awarded $10,000 on April 30, 2018 to the Sexual Assault Center run by Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin. Over the past six years, the class has awarded $65,000 to local organizations dedicated to an important need in the Brown County area. Each year, […]

Students in Prof. Weinschenk’s class get inside look into the legislative process

On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, students in Prof. Aaron Weinschenk’s (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs) Congress: Politics & Policy class had the rare opportunity to hear about the legislative process from a former member of Congress, Reid Ribble. Ribble has been visiting Weinschenk’s class for the last three years. During this year’s visit, Ribble […]

Kraft says ‘yes’ to eco-friendly renewables

UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Michael E. Kraft (Public and Environmental Affairs) shares his opinion on eco-friendly renewables as a key to non-carbon energy future in the Tri-City Herald. Prof. Kraft argues that critics have underestimated the efficiency of eco-friendly renewables as the future and discusses the disadvantages of considering fossil fuels as a sustainable energy […]