Tag: Human Development

Culture/Development Lab is looking for babies, toddlers for major study

UW-Green Bay’s Culture and Development Lab directed by Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki is looking for local parents interested in having their babies (5-18 months) participate in a major international study of baby’s social understanding. The study is part of a large international collaboration with Canadian and Japanese researchers. Senzaki is asking alumni, University employees and […]

UW-Green Bay ‘Teaching Scholars’ to present next Wednesday


Six professors from across the University who have participated in the UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars Program will talk about their work at a gathering next Wednesday (Sept. 23). They’ll be present to discuss their SoTL projects (exploring the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and ways to enhance undergraduate education) from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in […]

Faculty note: Gurung publication


Regan A. R. Gurung, the Ben J. & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Human Development and Psychology, has two chapters in The Oxford Handbook of Undergraduate Psychology Education (Dunn, 2015). One, Teaching health psychology was co-authored with UW-Green Bay Psychology major and recent graduate Elise Rittenhouse, the other is a guide to Conducting and applying the […]

Gurung shares secrets of learning

Psychology Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung of Human Development contributed a guest column to the Green Bay Press-Gazette this week. It offers hints on learning (as opposed to “cramming”) for students returning to school. He shares the latest thinking from cognitive science research, including three key suggestions: Start early and return to the material on multiple […]

Cupit earns Rosenberg Professorship

Prof. Illene Cupit of the Human Development academic unit has been selected to hold the Rosenberg Professorship at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for a five-year term through 2020. The honor was announced at the University’s annual convocation of faculty and staff on Aug. 26. Chancellor Gary L. Miller presented Cupit with a ceremonial medallion. […]

UW-Green Bay honors top faculty, staff with 2015 Founders Awards

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recognized its top faculty and staff members with 2015 Founders Awards for Excellence. The award winners, honored at the annual UW-Green Bay Faculty and Staff Convocation Wednesday morning, Aug. 26, are: Teaching — Associate Prof. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges Scholarship — Prof. Matt Dornbush Community Outreach — Prof. John Luczaj Institutional […]

Faculty note: Christine Smith


Associate Prof. of Psychology Christine Smith of the Human Development and Women’s and Gender Studies programs is co-author of a book chapter titled “Medicalizing women’s weight: Bariatric surgery and weight-loss drugs” with Julie Konik, Ph.D., of University of Wisconsin College-Sheboygan. The chapter is published in the book The Wrong Prescription for Women: How Medicine and […]

Faculty note: Gurung in Ontario for ‘Education/Cognition’ symposium

Pscyhology Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung of Human Development was scheduled to be in Hamilton, Ontario today (Thursday, Aug. 13) for McMaster University’s “Symposium on Education and Cognition.” He is to be this evening’s featured speaker in a presentation titled “And the twain will meet: Combining cognitive science, teaching and learning,” to be followed by a […]

Psychology’s Martin does ‘Cecil the Lion’ interview


Associate Prof. Ryan Martin of Human Development went on PowerTalk FM 96.7 in California on Friday to talk “internet rage” about the massively publicized case of the Minnesota dentist accused of misconduct in shooting a well-known lion while on safari in Zimbabwe. Introduced as “one of the nation’s leading anger researchers,” Martin did a 15-minute […]