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Faculty & Staff

Marcelo Cruz

Marcelo Cruz

Associate Professor
MAC B313

Fields of Interest

Urban and regional development, land use, local to global linkages of community development.

Research

Dr. Cruz's research focuses on ethnic identity and land use. His research interests are in urban and regional development in the United States, Andean South America and Western Europe. As part of this global link Dr. Cruz leads students... Read more »

Laurel Phoenix

Laurel Phoenix

Associate Professor
MAC B331

Fields of Interest

Limits to Growth, Food/Water/Energy Nexus, Water Resources Management, Drinking Water Quality and Infrastructure, Rural Planning, Resilient Communities

Research

Dr. Phoenix is currently researching Washington Island wastewater decision-making, and a comparative study of planning for catastrophic flooding in Green Bay and Houghton set in the... Read more »

John Stoll

John Stoll

Professor
MAC B306

About

John grew up as a “yooper” in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan from which he emigrated to southern locales. After receiving post-high school education in Wisconsin and Kentucky, he started his academic career at Texas A&M University as a Professor of Agricultural Economics with a joint appointment to the Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Sciences Department.... Read more »

Lora Warner

Lora Warner

Associate Professor
MAC A314

Dr. Lora Warner is an Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Public Affairs at UW-Green Bay. She teaches in the Public Administration program and leads the Nonprofit Management Certificate, working with her students in numerous public and nonprofit organizations in the area each year on internships and service learning projects. Her research focuses on program evaluation and she... Read more »

Aaron Weinschenk

Aaron Weinschenk

Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Political Science
MAC B303

Aaron Weinschenk is the Ben J. And Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Political Science and Chair of Political Science at UW-Green Bay. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science in 2013. His research focuses on political participation, elections, and campaigns. Over the past several years, he has published about 40 peer-reviewed journal articles and a book on elections.

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Elizabeth Wheat

Elizabeth Wheat

Associate Professor
MAC B327

PEA Pre-Law Advisor

Elizabeth Wheat is an Associate Professor in Public and Environmental Affairs, Political Science, Environmental Science and Policy, and the Master of Science in Sustainable Management programs at UW-Green Bay.

Fields of Interest

Environmental law, civil rights and liberties, environmental justice, international law and organizations, Model... Read more »