Milwaukee Public Radio spotlights Camp Lloyd in second Cupit interview
We linked last week to an interview involving Psychology Prof. Illene Cupit of UW-Green Bay’s Human Development and Women’s/Gender Studies academic units. A nationally recognized scholar in the field of thanatology, she was interviewed about death and dying for a special series produced by Milwaukee Public Radio for its “Lake Effect” program. A second segment is now posted online, and it focuses on the innovative Camp Lloyd program for grieving children. Check it out.
Chronicle of Higher Education mentions UW-Green Bay’s grief policy
In the same vein, The Chronicle of Higher Education published a story recently headlined, “College Campuses Offer Policies and Support Groups for Students Facing Loss.” The article noted that a handful of colleges have a grief-absence policy for students, including Ball State University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and Duke University’s Trinity College of Arts & Sciences. Read more.