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 […]
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.
This week (July 18-22), UW-Green Bay’s Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) makes multiple appearances on Good Day Wisconsin to discuss the Republican National Convention taking place this week in Ohio. Weinschenk will be speaking on what is to come, and providing updates as the week progresses. Here’s interviews from July 19 and from July […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) says he expects big spending ahead of elections. He was interviewed recently by Fox 11, which learned that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has reserved $745,000 in advertising on Green Bay broadcasts and cable television from Oct. 11 to Oct. 31. “I think this is one […]
Prof. Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs) was in Krakow June 28 to July 1 to attend the annual meeting of the European Sociological Association. He presented a paper, “Hidden Spaces,” with examples from Florence (ex. Where is the convent where Galileo’s daughter Maria Celeste lived? Did the Medici destroy the Palazzo Piti in retribution for the […]
Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs) presented a lecture on The Chicago School and European Sociology to faculty, research staff, and students in the graduate program in sociology at the Nova Universidade de Lisboa (the program includes faculty and students from campuses in Lisbon, Algarve, Evora, and other Portuguese cities). Hutchison is bearing the end […]
UW-Green Bay Professor Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs) is spending a semester in Portugal, serving as the Santander Chair of Humanities and Social Sciences at the New University of Lisbon. This past week, he gave the inaugural Santander lecture, entitled “Can Donald Trump Really Become President?” How Political Elections in the United States Work.” This […]
Congratulations to Adrianne Fletcher (Social Work) and Elizabeth Wheat (Public and Environmental Affairs) upon their selection as UWGB Diversity Scholars. Both will pursue teaching and learning projects related to diversity in the classroom during the 2016-17 school year.
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 […]
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.