Tag: Public and Environmental Affairs

City Council simulation

Prof. David Helpap’s State and Local Government course met to complete a city council meeting simulation last week. This year, the class was allowed to hold the simulation in the City of Green Bay common council chambers. The topic for the semester was a hypothetical potential proposal to locate a new UWGB housing complex in […]

Publication presentation: Karen Dalke

Lecturer Karen Dahkle (Public and Environmental Affairs) presented a paper, “One Health for One Life: Beyond Anthropocentrism in Public Health” with colleagues Harry Wels (Vrije University Amsterdam) and Joachim Nieuwland (Leiden University) at the conference Animal Agency: Language, Politics, Culture Amsterdam, Netherlands May 12-13.

Reminder: Service learning presentations

Prof. Lora Warner invites the campus and community to attend her students’ service learning presentations on Tuesday, May 3: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in MAC 206. The public is invited to learn about the NEW Veterans Treatment Court, a new program in the community. Students in course Program Evaluation class will share their experiences conducting […]

Service learning presentations

Prof. Lora Warner invites the campus and community to attend her students’ service learning presentations on Tuesday, May 3: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in MAC 206. The public is invited to learn about the NEW Veterans Treatment Court, a new program in the community. Students in course Program Evaluation class will share their experiences conducting […]

Reminder: UWGB invited to Politics and Policy Poster session

Students in Prof. Elizabeth Wheat’s Environmental Politics and Policy class designed and implemented a service learning project related to an environmental policy issue. The projects were completed in Green Bay or in students’ home communities. Please support the great work of the students by attending an interactive poster session from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. […]

Hammersley and Mierow receive scholarships

The 2016 Denise Scheberle Scholarship in Political Science has been awarded to Brianna Hammersley said to “very much deserve this scholarship in the spirit of emeritus Prof. Denise Scheberle and her engaged teaching.” Hammersley is also the recipient of a Phuture Phoenix Scholarship. The 2016 Outstanding Student Scholarship and Award in Public and Environmental Affairs […]

UWGB invited to Politics and Policy Poster session

Students in Prof. Elizabeth Wheat’s Environmental Politics and Policy class designed and implemented a service learning project related to an environmental policy issue. The projects were completed in Green Bay or in the student’s home community. Please support the great work of the students by attending an interactive poster session from 11 a.m. to 12:15 […]

Students present research at Midwest Political Science Association’s meeting

Undergraduate students Kayla Billett, Jessie Johnson, Evan Miller, Jessica Murphy, graduate student Ellie Roark, and their advisor Prof. Elizabeth Wheat, attended the Midwest Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting in Chicago, April 7-10, and presented the following research: Kayla Billett “Mismanagement of Livestock Manure: Public Policy Analysis” Jessie Johnson “An Analysis of the Penta Wood Products […]

Furlong, Weinschenk among ‘media experts’

Phones are ringing off the hook from local media outlets for expert testimony regarding elections. We’ve uncovered a few interviews with our faculty members and Dean Scott Furlong. Furlong on the history of Wisconsin candidates, WBAY Weinschenk: Trump’s supporters love him despite antics, The News&Observer Weinschenk: ‘Crazy swings’ in Wisconsin make it hard to predict