UWGB psychology students, 41 in total, will be presenting their original research at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference in Chicago this week on topics related to suicide, moral decision making, anger, autism and other topics. Learn more about their work on the Psychology and Stuff podcast.
UW-Green Bay’s top student researchers shared their work at the 15th annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Thursday, April 7 in the Phoenix Club of the University Union, UWGB. The Academic Excellence Symposium is a chance for students to display their research, talent and creativity. The event is hosted by Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, The College […]
The Office of the Provost announces upcoming funding opportunities, which are now posted here. The most recent update focuses on opportunities in the areas of Health Sciences, Arts & Humanities, STEM, and Education. The Office of Grants & Research provides information, services and support so that members of the UWGB community may compete successfully for […]
GREEN BAY – Five University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students will report on research conducted in three UW-Green Bay natural areas at the 27th annual Cofrin Student Symposium from 2 to 4 p.m., Tuesday, March 1st in the Christie Theatre of the University Union, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, Wis. Since 1987, more than 150 students have […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye of Democracy and Justice Studies was a featured speaker for a Wednesday (Jan. 6) event at the FDR Presidential Library in New York marking the 75th anniversary of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” address. A recording of that discussion (including a rare, vintage excerpt of the original FDR speech) is […]
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, […]
Posters in the Rotunda is about as prestigious as it gets for UW-Green Bay’s top student researchers. Therefore, the Office of Grants and Research and the Office of the Provost are encouraging you to encourage others (students or fellow faculty and staff who serve as mentors) to consider submitting applications to exhibit at the 13th […]
Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies, has published a book titled “Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts and Principles for the High School Curriculum.” Printed by CAT Publishing Inc., a subsidiary of W.W.Norton, the book can be found by its ISBN number, 978-1-50226-673-8215.
Students in the Urban and Regional Planning theory course taught by Prof. Marcelo Cruz traveled to the Calumet County village of Stockbridge Wednesday night to share with the Village Board ideas for the community’s future development. Posing with village officials were four UW-Green Bay students from the Urban and Regional Studies program, from left: Michael […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, is the co-author of a text newly released this week by Routledge. The book, A Citizens Guide to US Elections: Empowering Democracy in America, is intended for use in undergraduate political science courses as well as readership by a general audience. Weinschenk […]