Indiawest.com has the story of Prof. A. R. Gurung’s (Psychology and Human Development) election to the international honor society, Psi Chi.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) says it’s better to stick to plans, though technology makes it easier to cancel them. Prof. Gurung explains in a story with Wisconsin Public Radio, that bailing is a growing culture in our society, and it does not look good in a professional environment, […]
Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) was recently featured in Wisconsin Public Radio’s podcast “Why we Love to Cancel Plans.” The discussion was about how technology makes cancelling plans effortlessness.
UW-Green Bay Prof. A.R. Regan Gurung (Psychology) was featured on WPR’s program on Tuesday, May 9, discussing why we love to cancel plans in this age of technology and the impact it can have. Listen to the interview and see the brief summary here.
Green Bay, Wis. — University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Human Development and Psychology Professor Regan A. R. Gurung, Ph.D. has been elected to serve as the head of the international honor society in psychology Psi Chi. Gurung will serve for three years beginning as president-elect in 2018-2019, then as president in 2019-2020, and finally as past […]
The Wisconsin Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (WACTE) presented awards to 59 outstanding educators from across Wisconsin in April, in Madison. The awards are an effort by WACTE to celebrate great teaching. Two of the award winners are strong UW-Green Bay supporters. UW-Green Bay alumna Cynthia Sanchez (Spanish and Psychology), currently a bilingual teacher […]
Congratulations to UW-Green Bay alumna Sarah Beckman ’08 (Social Work), named Young Professional of the Year by Current Young Professionals. Brandon Rohde of LiveTime, LLC was presented the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Accepting the award for The Next Generation Best Place to Work award was UW-Green Bay alumnus Todd Jadin ’84 (Business Administration) […]
Diana Delbecchi ’10 (Human Development, Psychology) told Fox 11 that Syrians are fleeing the war in their country in search for a better life. Delbecchi volunteered at Ritsona, where she says that funding for camps is decreasing, causing big organizations to pull out. Last year, Delbecchi raised $2,000 for the refugee program. UW-Green Bay Prof. […]
“Last May, Diana Delbecchi ’10 (Human Development and Psychology) returned to Ritsona, Greece. She picked up where she left off, as a volunteer for ‘I AM YOU… With strangers, who have become life-long friends, she says the on-going crisis in Syria, continues to take an emotional toll on it’s people. ‘This poor 17-year-old boy is […]
With aging population rising, there is an increasing need for innovation to improve the lives of seniors. In an effort to address this need, nine teams came together to explore solutions. The UW-Green Bay teams then presented their ideas in the second annual Innovation and Aging Student Idea Competition, Feb. 23, 2018. The winner, Team […]