Tag: Human Development

Reminder: Faculty invited to Inclusivity and Equity Conference

Faculty members are invited to attend the Inclusivity and Equity Conference, from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 4 in the Christie Theatre. Faculty will have the opportunity to listen to and ask questions from: 1) a guest panel of diverse students who will discuss their experiences and insights on what an inclusive classroom means to them; 2) Deborah […]

Faculty invited to Inclusivity and Equity Conference

Faculty members are invited to attend the Inclusivity and Equity Conference, from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 4 in the Christie Theatre. This faculty conference offers insights and suggestions on enhancing classroom inclusivity. This faculty career development is provided via collaboration with the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the Dean of the College of Professional Studies; Inclusive Excellence; […]

Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki named ‘Future 15’

Human Development and Psychology Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki has been named by the Current Young Professionals Network as a “Future 15 Recipient.”  The annual event celebrates the achievements of area young professionals. The recognition begins at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18 at the KI Convention Center, Downtown Green Bay. Details are online here.

‘Intersecting HEARTS’ presentation just in time for Valentines Day

Campus is invited to a UWGB’s Psychology and Human Development (PHD) Club, presentation, “Intersecting HEARTS: Health, Emotions And RelaTionShips,” at 5 p.m. Feb. 11 in the Alumni Rooms of Cloud Commons. No RSVP required. The presentation will be lead by Prof. Rebecca Reed, a post-doctoral scholar in Psychology at the University of Kentucky.  About the […]

Psychology students receive honors at semester-ending symposium

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More than 70 UW-Green Bay psychology students conducted original research and displayed their work at an end-of-the-semester poster session. Each of these studies represents original research that includes study design, data collection and analysis. Before the poster sessions, students participated in an oral defense of their work and individually, wrote a scientific paper on their […]

Psyched up for presentation day: ‘Methods’ class turns students into researchers

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UW-Green Bay’s Research Methods in Psychology class is a crucial part of the psychology curriculum that teaches students — usually in their sophomore or junior year — about the scientific basis for psychological knowledge. At UW-Green Bay, students learn by doing. In fact, every psychology student is expected to complete an entire research project and […]

Labyrinth walk has deep significance in a year of religious turmoil

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Creating and walking a labyrinth has been a capstone activity for award-winning Prof. Regan Gurung’s freshman seminar: “Gods, Ghosts and Goblins,” each year. This year, however, it may take on just a bit more meaning, and move students a bit more deeply. “Our seminar class will be creating our own labyrinth and walking it to […]

Psychology program lands national conference 


UW-Green Bay’s Psychology program has received great news with the announcement UWGB has been selected to host the American Psychological Association’s Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (APA SNAP, for short) June 21-25, 2016. About 30 leading psychologists from across the nation will participate. Associate Prof. Ryan Martin, chair of Psychology and member of the […]

Gurung, student publish article on exam scores, learning techniques


How students study is important, but faculty and student self-efficacy are also significant predictors of exam scores. Psychology Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung of Human Development and Brianna Bartolewski, a recent UW-Green Bay graduate in Psychology now in graduate school at Marquette, just published the article “Comparing the relationship of learning techniques and exam score.” […]