The following was sent to your inbox from Governor Tony Evers. The Log is reposting in case you missed it: Dear Dedicated State Employees: I write during State Employee Recognition Week with gratitude and a full heart. I wanted to take the opportunity today to express my thanks and appreciation for everything you do for […]
Governor-elect Tony Evers and Lt. Governor-elect Mandela Barnes will kick-off their statewide budget listening tour at UW-Green Bay Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. The session will take place in the Phoenix Rooms, University Union from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event is free, but community members planning to attend should RSVP. Read the full story.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker made a stop at UW-Green Bay on January 17, 2018 to announce a new economic development initiative to improve educational and training opportunities for the state’s current and future workforce. The Wisconsin Career Creator program will provide $20 million to fund dual enrollment, scholarships for employees learning new skills and job training resources. […]
Governor Walker made a stop at UW-Green Bay Tuesday, sparking local media coverage. He discussed his two-year budget proposal which would cut tuition for resident undergraduate students by five percent and reinvest in Wisconsin higher education. Governor Walker proposes 5 percent cut to UW System, Fox11, Feb. 7 Gov. Walker discusses higher education funding, NBC 26, Feb. […]
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker visited campus briefly this morning and spoke to a gathering of students and local media on college affordability legislation. He was welcomed by UW-Green Bay Associate Chancellor for External Affairs Ronald Pfeifer. Governor Walker was joined by State Representative Dave Murphy. After the presentation, Governor Walker and Representative Murphy greeted the […]
Campus officials will host a brief media opportunity for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. It will be held at about 10:45 a.m. in the Gathering Room of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. He is expected to discuss his college affordability legislative package. Read more.
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, was quoted recently by NBC 26 News as part of a story on Gov. Scott Walker’s first formal appearance in Wisconsin after suspending his presidential campaign, what the governor says he will do next, and what analysts think he needs to do […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, is among the UW-Green Bay experts getting plenty of phone calls from local media seeking insight on the 2016 presidential campaign and the candidacy of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. WFRV-TV NBC 26
Sarah Goldrick-Rab, a UW-Madison professor of educational policy studies and sociology, a nationally prominent researcher regarding college affordability and access, and an outspoken public intellectual, is again drawing national attention. So far this month she has tweeted comparisons between Scott Walker and Adolph Hitler, and she also warned some incoming UW-Madison freshmen that the school […]
Some see it as political grandstanding, or as proposals that seem dramatic but won’t in fact change much about the way the UW System does business. Others see deep-seated enmity and a campaign to gut academic freedom and punish higher ed. The Politico website has a relatively concise but well-balanced overview that talks to people […]