UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs) was featured as a guest on “White House Considered Sending Asylum Seekers To Sanctuary Cities” on WPR. Listen here.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) joined the discussion following the announcement of Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Green Bay set for Saturday, April 27, 2019. “Democrats clearly think that Wisconsin is a swing state that needs to be won in the 2020 election,” he said. Helpap said the crowded field of […]
The Washington Post reported last week that the White House proposed sending asylum seekers detained at the border to so-called “sanctuary cities.” UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs) will be the guest of WPR’s Central Time at 3 p.m. today (Tuesday. April 16, 2019) to discuss the proposal. “We […]
Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) was quoted in the Fox 11 story “Wisconsin’s sometimes red, sometimes blue in presidential elections.”
UW-Green Bay’s 2019 Strategic Philanthropy class will award $10,000 to an organization of their choice. The grant award announcement will take place on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 4 p.m. in the Winter Garden in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall (MAC). Under the direction of Associate Prof. Lora Warner (Public and Environmental Affairs), the class conducted site […]
Assistant Professor Alise Coen (Political Science, PEA) presented her research on “Refugees as Partisan Symbols: The Politicization of the Syrian Crisis in U.S. Elections” at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago this past Saturday, April 5. She discussed how partisan identity narratives and political polarization in U.S. politics connect to U.S. refugee responsibility-sharing […]
Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) recently penned a piece “Wisconsin’s 2019 Supreme Court Voters Hit New Peak Of Partisanship” for WisContext. “When it comes to the political division between Republicans and Democrats, elections for Wisconsin Supreme Court often appear quite similar to races for the Legislature or Congress or governor or even President, even […]
Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) has been quoted in WIXX and Fox 11 articles covering Election Day on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Weinschenk emphasized that name recognition would play a major role in the Green Bay mayoral race.
In a WPR article featuring Green Bay mayoral candidates and their take on the city’s pothole problems, Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) provided insight. “No matter which candidate ends up winning, it is going to be a change at City Hall,” he said. Read more.
Despite party backing and outside money, Green Bay mayoral candidates tout nonpartisan race, and UW-Green Bay Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) comments in the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Feb. 25, 2019.