Tag: Human Development

Faculty note: Gurung — ‘Keep Your Eyes on the Prize’

On Tuesday (May 31) Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) gave the Renee Meyers Memorial Keynote speech at the UW System annual Faculty College meeting. The goal of Gurung’s speech was to demonstrate and provide helpful tools that foster and cultivate learning. See the UW System Faculty College 2016 schedule

Human Development students hop into YMCA partnership

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When the YMCA Youth Development Heidi Marquardt (also a UW-Green Bay Human Development alumna) spoke in Prof. Joel Muraco’s (Human Development) Middle Childhood and Adolescence course, she couldn’t have guessed that she would walk away with eight UWGB students who would sign on for volunteer opportunities at the YMCA. Out of the eight, three signed […]

Phone-a-thon supporter Kroll named Student Employee of the Year

Human Development and Social Work major Lizzy Kroll was named UWGB’s Student Employee of the Year today, April 11. Development officer Tracy Heaser nominated Kroll, a phone-a-thon supporter for Office of University Advancement, recognizing her responsibility, reliability and her easy demeanor. Kroll received a $50 gift card to UWGB and a plaque recognizing her as […]

Martin featured in Inside Higher Education

Psychology Associate Prof. Ryan Martin was quoted in Inside Higher Education this week. The discussion was regarding “crossover scholarship” — when academics move between scholarly circles and public ones. Here is an excerpt: “My colleague Ryan Martin is associate professor and chair of the department of psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay. An […]

Martin quoted on Brussels tragedy, social reaction

Prof. Ryan Martin was quoted in USA Today and the social reaction to responses on tragedies such as the recent terrorist attack in Brussels. “Ryan Martin, chairman of the psychology department at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, said when people use shame to win an argument, it can dissuade the person they are scolding from expressing their feelings […]