Tag: Public and Environmental Affairs

UW-Green Bay Prof. Stoll interviewed on Fox 11

UW-Green Bay Prof. John Stoll (Public and Environmental Affairs, Economics) is collaborating with a team of researchers to gauge the economic impact of Wisconsin fisheries. “We want to get an idea how much fishing is happening here, how much is happening from outside the region with people coming here, or even from out of state, […]

UW-Green Bay’s Prof. John Stoll a leader in new fisheries study

UW-Green Bay Prof. John Stoll (Public and Environmental Affairs) will be one of the lead researchers on a new study designed to calculate the social, recreational and economic impact of the region’s fishery. Given the area’s world-class walleye fishing, Great Lakes spotted musky population, whitefish, bass, yellow perch, trout and salmon opportunities, the impact is […]

UW-Green Bay iPat Film: ‘Big Boys Gone Bananas’, April 3

The UW-Green Bay iPat environmental film series returns with a screening of “Big Boys Gone Bananas” at 7 p.m. Monday, April 3, 2017 in the UW-Green Bay Christie Theatre. The film has been called a classic David vs. Goliath story. Find out what happens to a documentary filmmaker when he goes up against a large […]

Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft on WPR

On Friday, the U.S. State Department granted a permit for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, a reversal of policy under former President Barack Obama. Wisconsin Public Radio talked to environmental expert, UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft, about what this news means for the U.S. economy and for the environment, Monday, March 27, […]

Faculty note: Dalke and Olson Hunt publication

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 […]

Life Study collaboration received great press last week

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 […]

Faculty Note: Prof. Cruz presented paper at NCCLA conference

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.”