Tag: publication

Faculty note: Lowery publications

The winter issue of the Journal of American History features an article by Vince Lowery (Humanistic Studies/History). The article, titled “‘Another Species of Race Discord’: Race, Desirability, and the North Carolina Immigration Movement,” explores the debate about North Carolina’s short-lived immigration program (1907-1909). Lowery argues that whites in eastern North Carolina, far from being immigration restrictionists, were […]

Faculty publications: Political Participation of Students

Prof. Christine Vandenhouten (nursing) and colleagues Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Sylvia Kubsch, and BSN Alumni Crystal Malakar recently published an article, titled “The Future of Healthcare: Political Participation of Nursing and Public Health Students,” in the International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, 2(4). This study was a chance to collaborate with colleague Prof. Derryl Block […]

Faculty publication: Eric Morgan

Eric J. Morgan, assistant professor in Democracy and Justice Studies and History, recently had an article, “Open Spaces of Democracy: Connecting Students, Wilderness, and Community,” published in the February issue of the Journal of Sustainability Education. Appearing in the special issue on Place, Learning, and Resilience, Morgan’s article chronicles a semester-long civic engagement project, exploring the […]

Faculty note: Helpap publication

David Helpap, assistant professor of political science and public administration, recently had the manuscript “Guiding the Public Sector: Assessing the Use of Recommended Practices in the Budgeting Process” accepted for publication by the International Journal of Public Administration. Using an original survey of local budgeting officials across the United States, the study examines the correlation […]

Faculty Publication, Eric Morgan

Eric J. Morgan, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, recently published an article, “Whores and Angels of Our Striving Selves: The Cold War Films of John le Carré, Then and Now,” in the March 2016 issue of the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television.  An expanded version of a paper delivered at the […]

Publication: Carr’s “Communicating Across Disciplines”

Bryan Carr, Assistant Prof. from Communication and Information Science announces the publication of his new textbook, “Communicating Across the Disciplines.” Carr, who developed the textbook (Kendall Hunt Publishing) for his Intro. to Communication course at UWGB, explains: “Since I took over the course I have attempted to redesign it to teach communication principles across a […]

Kaye’s commencement address selected for ‘Vital Speeches’

The magazine Vital Speeches of the Day, which bills itself as “a monthly collection of the best speeches in the world,” has notified Prof. Harvey J. Kaye of a rare honor: His December commencement address at UW-Green Bay has been selected for inclusion in their February 2016 edition.  Haven’t yet seen the speech? There’s video […]

Faculty note: Shelton publishes on baseball’s free-agent history

Assistant Prof. Jon Shelton of Democracy and Justice Studies recently published a piece entitled “How Free Agency Changed the Course of Baseball’s Labor History” commemorating the 40-year anniversary of free agency in Major League Baseball on inthesetimes.com. The article uses the anniversary of baseball’s first free agents to chart the labor history of professional baseball […]

Prof. Weinschenk’s work cited at FiveThirtyEight

Research by UW-Green Bay political scientist Aaron Weinschenk was cited this week at political guru Nate Silver’s popular statistics-and-political-analysis website FiveThirtyEight. The article assesses GOP challenger Marco Rubio’s tactics in not investing in a “ground game” in Iowa, and his campaign’s claim that it’s not worth the effort. Silver’s site takes issue with that strategy, […]