Faculty emeritus Michael Kraft’s new op-ed is sure to receive national play. The Sacramento Bee and the Bellingham Herald are the first to carry, “Yes: Trump’s shortsighted, ill-informed decision is one we’ll all regret.”
UW-Green Bay Prof. Ray Hutchison (Public and Environmental Affairs ) has signed a contract with Oxford University Press to produce a detailed annotated bibliography on Urban Sociology for the Oxford Bibliographies series. The Oxford Bibliographies is a cutting-edge resource built around exclusive, authoritative research guides that combine the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level research encyclopedia. In addition to […]
Last week UW-Green Bay faculty members David Coury, Katia Levontova, and Heidi Sherman helped host 80 high school students for the 2017 EdSummit where they examined the Syrian refugee crisis. See the photos.
Associate Professor Lora Warner (Public and Environmental Affairs) has been invited to serve as an advisor for the Learning by Giving Foundation (LGF). She will be providing guidance and assistance for any new and existing LGF partner schools. Currently there are 43 locations offering a strategic philanthropy class like Warner’s that receives grant dollars study non-profits, […]
Students in Lora Warner’s (Public and Environmental Affairs) Strategic Philanthropy class — Beth Kinnunen, Katie Krantz, Becca Weise and Tristin St.Mary — took third place out of 43 college and universities for their blog which was tied to a class project. With third place comes an additional $1,000 from the Learning by Giving Foundation to […]
Public and Environmental Administration (PEA) faculty created a fun video to help promote the annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk. The walk is April 29. Walk-up registration begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Mauthe Center. UW-Green Bay students are entirely responsible for the event and through the years have raised thousands of dollars for […]
Public and Environmental Affairs submitted this photo, saying they were proud of their “team” nominated for the UW-Green Bay Student of the Year awards. From left to right Nathan Condon, Rachel Atwood and Skyla Weidman. Find the rest of the nominees and winners, here.
Senior lecturer Karen Dalke (Sociology, Public and Environmental Affairs) recently presented a paper entitled: “Mustang Denizen: Reimagining the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971″ at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK for a conference titled: Horses, Society and the Law: Past, Present and Future.
Four UW-Green Bay students will compete for the first-ever WiSys Quick Pitch competition, beginning at 9:45 a.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017 in the 1965 Room, University Union. The competitors: -Marla Cherney, Public and Environmental Affairs, “A Policy Analysis of the Gray Wolf Species in Wisconsin” -Maria Otto, Biology, “Anuran habitat use in the Lower Green […]
The Philosophers Café meets from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 13, 2017 at Titletown Brewing Company (200 Dousman Street, Green Bay) to discuss Politics in an Age of Polarization. Assistant Prof. Weinschenk (Political Science & Public and Environmental Affairs) will moderate the discussion. Learn more about the upcoming event.