Senior Lecturer Karen Dalke’s (Sociology, Public & Environmental Affairs) co-authored conference paper entitled National Treasure: Nationalistic Representations of the Finnhorse in Trotting Championships, was recently published in the book, “Equestrian Cultures in Global and Local Contexts.”
Listen to Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft’s (Public & Environmental Affairs) reaction to the first speech Pres. Trump gave on Feb. 28 before a joint session of Congress on WHBY.
Lecturer Karen Dalke (Public and Environmental Affairs) and Assistant Prof. Megan Olson Hunt (Natural and Applied Sciences) recently published an article “Mustangs and Domestic Horses: Examining What We Think We Know About Differences” in the journal Humanimalia. The manuscript used the United States Geological Survey (USGS) ethogram for Free-Roaming Feral Horses to compare behaviors between […]
More than 300 community leaders gathered for the Life Study announcement last week — an extensive effort which included UW-Green Bay faculty members Aaron Weinschenk, Lora Warner and David Helpap (all from Public and Environmental Administration), and Jenell Holstead (Human Development). The study identifies strengths, improvements and challenges of the Brown County community. See some […]
Is it time to kill the fuel economy mandate? Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft says, “no.” Read it here.
Associate Prof. Marcelo Cruz (Public and Environmental Affairs) spoke at the North Central Council of Latin Americanists (NCCLA) conference at UW-La Crosse, Nov. 4-6. Cruz presented a paper entitled “Challenges for Regional Planning in the 21st Century: Planning for or with indigenous communities in the Ecuadorean Amazon.”
Volume 15 in the Research in Urban Sociology series (under the series editorship of UWGB Prof. Ray Hutchison, Public and Environmental Affairs) has been published by Emerald Press in the UK. The volume, titled Urban Places in a Time of Crisis, was edited by Joao Teixeira Lopes (University of Porto) and Hutchison. It includes a dozen […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof.Aaron Weinschenk (Public & Environmental Affairs) worked with a journalist at Vox, Ezra Klein’s well known news website, to provide information on young voters. Weinschenk provided data analysis, research and visuals to aid in answering the question of whether the voting age should be dropped to 16. Read it here.
Karen Dalke (lecturer, Public and Environmental Affairs) recently presented an article co-authored with Asst. Prof. Megan Olson Hunt (NAS and statistics) entitled “Becoming the other: a case study of mustang acculturation.” The presentation was given by Dalke at the Equine Cultures in Transition Conference, Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. This year’s conference theme was human-horse relationships […]
Al Jazeera’s John Hendren taps Prof. Aaron Weinschenk as election expert With Monday’s Green Bay visit by presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports on a group that has become the core of his support, and visits campus to interview UWGB Prof. Aaron Weinschenk to speculate on the “why.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGPUkQewDOQ