Tag: Psychology

Podcast from APA SNAP

Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology, Human Development) hosted a special podcast episode from the APA Summit on National Assessment of Psychology last week, at UW-Green Bay. Martin interviewed six psychologists — Regan A.R. Gurung, Jane Halonen, Kristin Vespia, Jim Diaz-Granados, Aaron Richmond and Jennifer Thompson. You can find it here: http://blog.uwgb.edu/uwgbpsych/snap/

Photo gallery: Inaugural summit on psychology at UW-Green Bay

APA-SNAP

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay psychology professors were joined by college psychology faculty from across the United States last week (June 20-24) for the inaugural American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (SNAP). For more, view the press release. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album on Flickr. – Photos […]

Reminder: Collection for Slovakia’s needy

A group of 30 students, including 19 nurses who are completing their Public Health Certification, along with UW-Green Bay faculty members Illene Cupit, Sarah Meredith Livingston and Janet Reilly, will be traveling abroad to Slovakia this summer and are asking for help from the campus community for donations they can bring with them as they […]

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd: sharing grief and finding joy

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Nearly 50 children found solace in UW-Green Bay’s 11th Annual Camp Lloyd last week (June 20-24) — the summer camp that helps kids cope with the loss of a loved one. Packed in between somber moments was the fun and excitement of a typical camp experience (including arts and crafts, music, games, swimming, hiking and […]

National Psychology Summit is at UWGB this week

UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) is joined by college psychology faculty from across the U.S. for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (SNAP) this week (June 21-24), on the UW‑Green Bay campus. “Given the growing mental health needs of the region, better psychological training starting at […]

UWGB group collecting for Slovakia’s needy

A group of 30 students, including 19 nurses who are completing their Public Health Certification, along with UW-Green Bay faculty members Illene Cupit, Sarah Meredith Livingston and Janet Reilly, will be traveling abroad to Slovakia this summer. It’s a Study Abroad interdisciplinary service-learning trip (Health and Social Justice in Slovakia). The nation is rich in […]

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd begins next week

Campers and UW‑Green Bay student counselors all grow from grief camp experience Green Bay, Wis. — The 11th Annual Camp Lloyd — the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s summer camp helping children cope with the loss of a loved one — is next week, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, June 20-24. The camp that began […]

UW-Green Bay hosts National Psychology Summit

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) will be joined by college psychology faculty from across the United States for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summit on National Assessment of Psychology (SNAP), June 21-24, on the UW‑Green Bay campus. “Given the growing mental health needs of the region, better psychological training […]

UW-Green Bay experts on anger and birds discuss Angry Birds

Ryan Martin, Bob How, and Angry Birds

UW-Green Bay professors Ryan Martin, Ph.D. (Psychology and Human Development) and Bob Howe, Ph.D. (Natural and Applied Sciences, Cofrin Center for Biodiversity) give their take on Angry Birds based on their respective areas of expertise — anger and birds. The Sony film Angry Birds soared to the number one spot at the box office on […]

Faculty note: Voelker, Gurung co-present

David Voelker (Humanistic Studies and History), who begins his fourth year as co-director of the Wisconsin Teaching Fellow & Scholars program, co-led a workshop last week with Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) at UW Faculty College called, “Reflective Discussion and Transformational Learning.” See the Faculty College 2016 page for details.