In the news: Warner to unveil LIFE Study on Tuesday
Tuesday (Oct. 4) marks a significant milestone it what is likely the most far-reaching quality-of-life survey ever conducted in Northeastern Wisconsin — and UW-Green Bay’s Lora Warner has played a major role in making it happen. Warner, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs and director of UW-Green Bay’s Center for Public Affairs, served as project manager for the four-county LIFE Study, working with researchers from St. Norbert College to conduct surveys and focus groups with thousands of area residents. Warner recently spoke with WBAY’s Jeff Alexander about the study, a collaborative effort of United Way foundations, chambers of commerce and other organizations in a four-county area. Their findings will be rolled out at 11:30 am. Tuesday (Oct. 4) at the Kress Library in De Pere. Read more.