UW-Green Bay

Faculty

Aaron Weinschenk

Aaron Weinschenk

Associate Professor
MAC B303

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Alison Staudinger

Alison Staudinger

Assistant Professor
MAC A317

Dr. Staudinger teaches in Democracy and Justice Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Political Science at UW-Green Bay. Along with law and gender, she teaches courses in Political Theory. Her research explores constitutional change and political economy, with a particular focus on Prohibition and Repeal and the activism of women seeking a just division of labor in the home. Dr.... Read more »

David Helpap

David Helpap

Assistant Professor
MAC A319

Fields of Interest

State and local government; urban politics; public management and budgeting; public policy

Current Research

My current research has been focused on the degree to which guidelines and best practices, particularly those developed by public management organizations, are utilized by local governments. Recently, this has included examining... Read more »

Ekaterina Levintova

Ekaterina Levintova

Associate Professor
MAC A327

Dr. Katia Levintova is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Studies. She is a former Wisconsin Teaching Fellow and an author of several articles on teaching and learning as well as the political sociology of post-communist transitions published in sources such as the Journal of Political Science Education, and Europe-Asia Studies. She is also a recipient of several State... Read more »

Elizabeth Wheat

Elizabeth Wheat

Assistant Professor
MAC B327

Elizabeth Wheat is an Assistant 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. She teaches courses in Environmental Policy, Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law and Policy, International Law, Global Politics, and Global Environmental Politics. Her research... Read more »

Kristine Coulter

Kristine Coulter

Assistant Professor
MAC A318

Kris joined the Democracy and Justice Studies department in Fall 2014 as an Instructor. Her teaching and research interests include law, American politics, gender and race. She is from Rochester, Minnesota, and earned her bachelor's at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and completed work toward her PhD in political science at the University of California, Irvine. She enjoys... Read more »