Prof. Wheat pens article for United Nations Day, October 24

Each month CAHSS and Effect tries to celebrate national days by having amazing UW-Green Bay professors and staff write brief articles explaining the reason for the national day and what it stands for. Associate Prof. Elizabeth Wheat (Public and Environmental Affairs, Political Science, Environmental Science and Policy, and the Master of Science in Sustainable Management) programs at UW-Green Bay, wrote an article on United Nations Day.

“On October 24th each year, we celebrate the day the United Nations (UN) became a reality as the UN Charter officially entered into force. While you might have forgotten to send a card to your favorite international organizations, friend (or professor), or have not brushed up on your memorization of the sovereignty clause (Article 2.1), the day is an important time to acknowledge the value of the UN and appreciate its work.”

Read her full article, and many others, on the CAHSS and Effect blog!

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