Assistant Prof. Jana Fogaça, Chair of the Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology Master’s Program, has received a grant from the Association for Applied Sport Psychology to fund a pilot program in partnership with the YMCA. The program will use sports practice to teach socioemotional skills to children in the community.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology), is an active researcher who studies motivation using self-determination theory (Deci & Ryan, 1985). Earlier this August 2019, he received the recognition of International Scholar from the Center for Self-Determination Theory. There are currently 106 scholars being recognized, 30 of which are based in […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology), spread his knowledge of sport psychology and coaching throughout the summer. Beyond helping plan the University’s new Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Master’s Program, he traveled to Tallahassee, FL in July and Fort Worth, TX in August to conduct coaching certification courses for the […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Jana Fogaca (Psychology) had a manuscript accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. The manuscript is titled ‘The Journey of Service Delivery Competence in Applied Sport Psychology: The Arc of Development for New Professionals” and explores the developmental characteristics of sport psychology trainees from various graduate programs. You […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology), received the CMPC®(Certified Mental Performance Consultant) credential (July 2019). The certification requires competency across five components: -A sport psychology graduate degree -Coursework in eight sport psychology knowledge areas -400 hours of mentored experience -Ethics -Exam Chu is the second person in Northeast Wisconsin to […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology), recently published a journal review article on the roles of coaches, peers, and parents in athletes’ basic psychological needs. See it, here.