Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs, Political Science) recently had an accepted publication in the journal Political Research Quarterly. The paper is entitled “Information, Political Bias, and Public Perceptions of Local Conditions” and is co-authored with Thomas Holbrook, Distinguished Professor of Political Science at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Political Research Quarterly is widely viewed as one of the […]
UW-Green Bay Chair of Business Administration and Associate Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Supply Chain Management), has published an article, “A Pioneering Approach to Reducing Fuel Cost and Carbon Emissions from Transportation,” in Transportation Journal. The purpose of this article is to present a unique approach to reducing fuel cost and emissions from transportation. The approach involves […]
Associate Prof. and Director of the Center of Advancement of Teaching and Learning Caroline Boswell (History) recently published the article “Developing the Whole Teacher: Collaborative Engagement as Faculty Development within a First-Year Experience Program” in The Journal of Faculty Development. The article explores “a collaborative approach that embeds faculty development in a program for underserved students, […]
Associate Prof. Jon Shelton (History) has recently published a book chapter entitled “Teacher Unions and Associations” for Springer’s International Handbook of Historical Studies in Education: Debates, Tensions, and Directions. The chapter, published in a book featuring numerous internationally renowned historians, covers the global historiographic trajectory of teacher unions and other teacher associations. Here’s a link to […]
Prof. Cristina Ortiz (Spanish and Humanities) will be honored as one of 13 recipients of the 2019 Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award on Nov. 7, 2019. The award ceremony takes place in Madison and will be done in conjunction with the Dr. P.B. Poorman Awards for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ+ People ceremony. The […]
Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) recently wrote for Psychology Today. His piece is the final post of his five-part series on the thoughts people have when they get mad. The full post can be found here.
Associate Prof. Andrew Austin (Democracy and Justice Studies) presented the working paper “Prison’s Purpose: Comparing the Nordic and U.S. Correctional Approaches” at the Wisconsin Sociological Association Conference on Oct. 25, 2019. The conference was held at Carthage College in Kenosha. The paper’s theme concerns Associate Prof. Austin’s endeavor to provide policymakers with alternative correctional approaches […]
Prof. Harvey Kaye (Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies) was quoted about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s use of a Thomas Paine quote regarding President Trump’s impeachment inquiry. More via To talk impeachment, Nancy Pelosi embraces a Revolutionary | San Francisco Chronicle. In another note, Prof. Harvey Kaye discusses his upcoming book Take […]
Prof. Michael Draney (Biology) is a contributing author to a recently published article titled, “Revision of the spider genus Epiceraticelus (Araneae, Linyphiidae) with a description of a new species.” The publication can be found here.
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