Associate Prof. Scott Ashmann (Education), has two recent publications. He was the lead researcher on a study conducted with Rebecca Franzen from UW-Stevens Point that explored the ways in which each of the 33 teacher education programs in Wisconsin integrate environmental education into teacher preparation. Their article “In What Ways Are Teacher Candidates Being Prepared […]
Assistant Prof. Mohammad Upal Mahfuz (Natural and Applied Sciences) recently had a paper accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience Journal. The title is “Concentration-Encoded Subdiffusive Molecular Communication: Theory, Channel Characteristics, and Optimum Signal Detection.” Details on the paper as well as its abstract can be found here. Prof. Mahfuz’s research interests are […]
Prof. Harvey Kaye has a new perspective published in The Progressive Brief. You can find, “Keeping the True Faith: Rediscovering America on The National Mall,” here.
Who is accountable for learning? Students, teachers, family? UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) was recently published in the American Psychological Association’s Psych Learning Curve, on the subject. Read more http://psychlearningcurve.org/scapegoat/
UWGB Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) had a paper titled “Conventional Wisdom: Political Learning During Presidential Nominating Conventions” accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Presidential Studies Quarterly. The paper uses panel data collected before and after presidential conventions to determine whether voters learn about candidate policy positions during the convention periods.
Lecturer Karen Dahkle (Public and Environmental Affairs) presented a paper, “One Health for One Life: Beyond Anthropocentrism in Public Health” with colleagues Harry Wels (Vrije University Amsterdam) and Joachim Nieuwland (Leiden University) at the conference Animal Agency: Language, Politics, Culture Amsterdam, Netherlands May 12-13.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]