A book edited by UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung, “Mexican American Psychology: Social, Cultural and Clinical Perspectives,” was recently named one of Choice Magazine’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2017. It was one of eight titles recognizing “excellence in presentation and scholarship, the significance of contribution in the field, originality and value as an essential treatment […]
Beneath the Surface: A Lesson in Leadership and Planning by Associate Lecturer, Susan M. Frost (Humanities), appeared in the January 2018 issue of the Journal of the American Waterworks Association. The article examines the 1882 Henrik Ibsen play, “An Enemy of the People” as a study in community dynamics for water professionals.
A textbook in which Nursing & Health Studies Assistant Prof. Brenda Tyczkowski was the lead author of a chapter, has been awarded first place in the gerontological nursing category of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards for 2017. Tyczkowski was the lead author for Chapter 19: The Gerontological Nurse as Manager […]
Associate Prof. Jenell Holstead (Human Development and Psychology), has been awarded a $220,000 contract to facilitate the implementation of a statewide data collection and evaluation system for 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) after-school programs. Holstead will oversee training and technical assistance to approximately 75 after-school programs throughout the state between January 2018 and June […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Kate Burns (Women’s and Gender Studies and Human Development) shares some Dos and Don’ts of resolution making with Wallet Hub readers. For example, “frame resolutions in a positive way.” “I will eat more fruits and vegetables.”
Assistant Prof. Kris Coulter (Democracy and Justice Studies) published a co-authored article, “#Blackrepresentation, Intersectionality, and Politicians’ Responses to Black Social Movements on Twitter,” in Mobilization: An International Quarterly.
“The oil and gas industry is trying to convince us it is serious about a warming planet. It promises to expand its efforts to reduce or eliminate carbon emissions that are the principal cause of climate change,” writes faculty emeritus Michael Kraft (Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs) in a position story for the Sacramento […]
UW-Green Bay Professor John Luczaj (Natural & Applied Sciences), along with co-author Hui Huang (Indiana University-Bloomington), had an article accepted for publication titled “Copper and sulfur isotope ratios in Paleozoic-hosted Mississippi Valley-type mineralization in Wisconsin, USA”. The work will be published in Applied Geochemistry, a multidisciplinary journal that specializes in geochemistry of natural and urban settings. […]
The @psych_sessions podcast is available (on iTunes) featuring Prof. Ryan Martin from the UW-Green Bay. Listen to what this nationally-known anger researcher says about family, serving as department chair, building an app and the importance of cake.
Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science) recently had a peer-reviewed journal accepted for publication in the Journal of Political Marketing. The article is solo-authored and uses a variety of different datasets (e.g., exit polls, state-level Census data) to understand the role of demographic variables in shaping the 2016 presidential election.