Alumna Erica Janisch (History) is a candidate for the Madison City Council!
Jackie Krull ’91 (Business Admin) is a Retirement plan administrator with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in business administration, with an economics minor is running for Bellevue Village President.
Amani Latimer Burris ’92 has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from UW-Green Bay and graduate work from the University of Minnesota and is in the running for Dane County Board, District 12.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (chair of Political Science) was recently featured in an article about the race within Wisconsin State Legislature. The Press Times has the story.
UW-Green Bay Alum Randy Glysch is a candidate for Oregon Village Board President. Glysch received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Development
Host Dermot Murnaghan was also joined by Sky’s Siobhan Robbins and Harvey J Kaye, Emeritus Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at UW-Green Bay, in examining the rise of Trumpism, what it is and why it will live on. Source: No longer swinging but Trumpism will live on, Sky News
The past year gave us a lot of reasons to be angry, and all that frustration can be harmful to our mental health. We talk with a psychologist (UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin) about how to manage anger and turn it into positive action.
UW-Green Bay Professor Weinschenk is featured in a PBS Wisconsin Live Facebook video titled, “Noon Wednesday: The Day After the Election.” Election officials have been urging for patience as votes are tallied for 2020 races, but there are some things we do know about Wisconsin’s results. Angela Lang from Black Leaders Organizing for Communities, and Aaron Weinschenk, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay political scientist, unpack election outcomes.
UW-Green Bay Associate Professor David Helpap (Political Science) said, “It really shouldn’t be that surprising. Over the last few elections we’ve seen the vote in Wisconsin be very close.” Helpap says a history of close vote counts makes Wisconsin a state to watch every election.
“By looking at how many young people are voting early in this election, it shows that they have the potential to really be one of the defining demographics in how this election turns out,” says Kaia Stueck, the chairperson of UWGB’s College Democrats.