Tag: Human Development

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Door County Civility Project partner up for speaker series

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has partnered with the Door County Civility Project and the Door County Auditorium for four talks related to civility: Jan. 12, 2019: “Building Community and Common Ground Through The Arts,” Kelli Strickland, Executive and Artistic Director, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts Jan. 19, 2019: “Living in […]

Faculty note: Associate Prof. Sawa Senzaki partners in publication

A recent international study, conducted at the UW-Green Bay Culture and Child Development Lab, received publication in Infancy: “The influence of maternal socialization on infants’ social evaluation in two cultures,” Shimizu, Y., Senzaki, S., & Uleman, J. S. (2018). 

Faculty note: Prof. Gurung presents at 10th annual Air Force forum

UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung presented a keynote and workshop at the 10th annual Scholarship of Reaching and Learning Forum and Awards Ceremony, U.S. Air Force Academy, Nov. 14, 2018. Gurung’s workshop overviewed the main steps in the process of intentionally and systematically modifying teaching and learning. Gurung was honored to receive a […]

Death Lives Online | Illene Noppe Cupit | TEDxUWGreenBay

Death Lives Online | Illene Noppe Cupit | TEDxUWGreenBay When a death occurs, mourners frequently are left alone in their grief because friends and family are uncomfortable around the griever and do not know how to offer support. This is especially the case for adolescents and young adults, many of whom are in college. Framed […]

Prof. Gurung talks ‘Open Educational Resources: What We Don’t Know’

“Free, accessible curricular materials may have many benefits for students. But the research conducted so far hasn’t delivered the required proof yet,” UW-Green Bay Professor Regan Gurung (Human Development, Psychology) writes in an opinion piece for Inside Higher Education.

Gurung: Why Cleaning Helps Some Feel Less Anxious

“Why does coming home to a clean home help some people feel calm? Or feeling anxiety or stress vanish after scrubbing the kitchen floor? There’s a few possible explanations for why cleanliness translates to lower levels of stress and anxiety for some. UW-Green Bay Professor Regan Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) explains on this WPR broadcast.

Faculty note: Prof. Gurung talks teaching and learning, and becoming productive scholars

Faculty often trade off between spending time on teaching and on research activities. In this episode, UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) is interviewed by the Faculty Development Center at the State University of New York at Lake Oswego to explore how engaging in research on teaching and learning can help us become more […]

Faculty note: Professors Gurung and Wilson-Doenges present at national conference

UW-Green Bay Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) was part of a record six conference presentations at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Annual Conference on Teaching in Phoenix, AZ. Gurung was joined in one presentation by Prof. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges (Human Development).