UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft (Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs) published an op-ed Nov. 9 2017 in the Bradenton Herald, discussing the need to stop building unnecessary pipelines in this era of climate change. See more.
Help promote healthy eating by attending UW-Green Bay’s annual Food Day event. The event will be held Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017 from 1 to 7 p.m. in the Phoenix Room of the Union University. The event is free and open to both the campus and Green Bay community. Sponsored by the UW-Green Bay student organizations […]
Prof. Ray Hutchison (Sociology and Public and Environmental Affairs) has published a paper titled “Empy Space: Historical Memory” in the Springer VS collection Moving Cities — Contested Views on Urban Life. Hutchison’s chapter examines three events from the Great Railroad Strike of 1877 in Chicago — the Market Square rally where Albert Parsons addressed some 20,000 persons, […]
Fox 11 reports on a steady influx of political ads, even though it is not an election year. “A key target is U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin. Republicans are already eyeing her seat in the Senate. She’s up for re-election next year.” For the story, Fox 11 interviewed Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental […]
Assistant Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) spoke to media about the state budget recently. See coverage from WTAQ and Fox 11.
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 […]