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Center for Public Affairs

Location

The Center for Public Affairs is located on the UW-Green Bay campus on the second floor of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall in the A wing, room A312.

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General Office Contact:

Center for Public Affairs, MAC B310
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311-7001

Phone: 920-465-2404
FAX: 920-465-2791
E-mail: cfpa@uwgb.edu

 

 

 

Public and Nonprofit

Continuing Education Trainings

click here to learn more about Fall/Winter 2014 trainings and how to register

Enhancing Community

The Center for Public Affairs enhances civic engagement and quality of life in the community by:

  • Conducting applied and scholarly research and technical assistance
  • Providing students opportunities for internships, service learning, honors research, and civic engagement
  • Sponsoring educational programs to share information and dialog about civic issues
  • Providing a mechanism for collaboration between community organizations and citizens

 

Dr. Lora Warner Featured Speaker

Dr. Lora Warner of Public and Environmental Affairs and the Center for Public Affairs was the featured speaker at the largest-ever After Thoughts program. Check out a recap of the event here.

 

Community Research

The Center for Public Affairs (CFPA) produces research that benefits the community as a whole. Our CFPA Policy Snapshot series are objective and consise analyses of important policy issues within our commnity. More about CFPA Policy Snapshots

New! Our report on Public Performance and Financial Trends was released in November 2014.  Click here to view Connecting the Dots: Public Performance and Financial Trends in Brown County and the City of Green Bay.  To learn more about this report and how it was developed, visit our Policy Snapshot section

 

Funding Available for At-Risk Youth

New! UW-Green Bay's Strategic Philanthropy students announce the availability of up to $10,000 in funding for services for at-risk youth.  The funds are provided by the national Learning by Giving Foundation. Details on the goals and application procedures are found in this Request for Proposal.  Deadline to apply is April 7, 2015.

 

Student Internships

Students within the Public and Environmental Affairs unit are well-qualified to complete internships at public and nonprofit organizations within the community.  More about our Internship Program.