Tag: Public and Environmental Affairs

Faculty note: Prof. Helpap publication

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs, Political Science) recently had a peer-reviewed journal article, “Public Management in Rural Local Governments: An Assessment of Institutional Differences and Implications” accepted for publication in State and Local Government Review, a SAGE Journals publication. The research examines the use of a professional administrator by rural […]

Alumnus Brad Pfaff: ‘We need leaders that can build connections, move people forward’

Wisconsin’s Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection secretary designee and UW-Green Bay alumnus, Brad Pfaff ’90 (Public and Environmental Affairs) says college allowed him to expand his horizons beyond his rural community and work with people who were not farmers. “I needed to meet and work with people that didn’t know the difference between […]

Salt Lake City economic development official named CEO of Greater Richmond Partnership | Local | richmond.com

The head of the economic development department in Salt Lake City has been named the new president and CEO of the Greater Richmond Partnership. Lara Fritts ’93 (Regional Analysis) will become the top executive of the Richmond regional economic development organization effective Aug. 12, the group announced Monday. via Salt Lake City economic development official […]

Professional development opportunity, ‘Strategies for Grant Writing’

UW-Green Bay Continuing Education is hosting training for non-profit professionals at UW-Green Bay’s Manitowoc Campus. The Success Workshop: Strategies for Grant Writing, will be July 24-25, 8:30 a.m. to Noon. Cost is $179. Register here. The two-part series will dive into the grant-writing process and how to excel at developing a grant-writing strategy. Associate Prof. […]

2019 Student Nominated Teaching Award winners

The Student Nominated Teacher Award is an effort of the Instructional Development Council and Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning that recognizes excellent teaching from a student perspective. This year, the committee changed the administration of the award to reflect the breadth and diversity of outstanding teaching that is taking place on this […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus hard at work as DATCP secretary

UW-Green Bay alumnus Brad Pfaff (Public and Environmental Affairs), who took office as the secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection in January, has been busy listening and learning from farmers across the state. “I think it’s extremely important that everyone recognizes how important agriculture and our farmers are to this state,” Pfaff […]

Faculty note: Prof. Coen asks, What Do You Mean By ‘Immigrants’?

Assistant Prof. Alise Coen (Political Science) wrote the article “What Do You Mean By ‘Immigrants’?” for CAHSS and Effect. In this article, Coen explains why “there is no single category or simple dichotomy in which ‘immigrants’ can be placed.” Read more.

Pop-up student showcase set for Monday, May 6

A Pop-Up Student Showcase featuring students from Democracy and Justice Studies, History, Humanities, Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs will be taking place at the Weidner Center in Studio 301 on Monday, May 6, 2019 from 12:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. This celebration of student work will include demonstrations, launches, celebrations, presentations and live podcast recordings. […]