Economist Thomas Nesslein, associate professor of Urban and Regional Studies, has been chosen to participate in a four-day intensive workshop focused on the poverty theory and policy analysis, sponsored and paid for by the Institute for Research on Poverty at UW-Madison. The event takes place May 26-29. Key topics to be presented include A Historical Overview of Poverty and Poverty Policy, Conceptualizing Poverty, Measuring Poverty, The Causes of American Poverty, Possible Cures for Poverty, The Changing Labor Market and Rising Inequality, Impact of Selected Anti-Poverty Programs in the United States, Early Childhood Experience and Poverty, U.S. Health Policy and the Poor, and Rethinking Human Services.
- Next story Snapshots: WiSys visit to UW-Green Bay
- Previous story Faculty note: Teclezion, Leadership Green Bay
- achievements alumni Art Athletics Business Administration CAHSS Chancellor CHESW Cofrin School of Business commencement community Continuing Education and Community Engagement Coronavirus CSET Democracy and Justice Studies faculty faculty/staff faculty and staff Human Biology Human Development Humanistic Studies Log E-news Manitowoc Campus Marinette Campus men's basketball Music Natural and Applied Sciences Nursing Photos Political Science professional studies Psychology Public and Environmental Affairs publication SBDC Sheboygan Campus Student Life students Theatre and Dance University Union UW-Green Bay Libraries UW System Video Weidner Center women's basketball
9 Jan, 2020