Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) was interviewed for a podcast by Xavier University in New Orleans regarding teachers as superheroes. Listen here.
Log editors caught the tail end of Prof. Ryan Martin’s interview about anger on WPR today. It’s a good thing that WPR does a great job rebroadcasting. Watch for it at this site www.wpr.org. Listen to the interview online here: Prof. Martin says come to grips with anger to prevent violence
Associate Prof. Denise Bartell (Human Development and Psychology) will be joining UW-Green Bay’s academic affairs administrative team as the Director of Student Success and Engagement. While this is a new position in the Provost’s office, its creation recognizes and seeks to institutionalize work that Bartell has been conducting for several years. Her duties include the […]
Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology and Human Development), will give two invited presentations at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Denver (Aug. 4-7). He will provide a presidential invited address titled, “The State of SoTL in Psychology: Accomplishments, Challenges, and an Agenda for the Future,” and is the honorary Harry […]
Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio on Tuesday, July 26, when he discussed recent studies on empathy. Gurung described to listeners how reasoning may play a bigger role in empathy than previously believed, and said recent studies seem to confirm these findings. Listen to the broadcast here.
Congratulations to Professor Regan A. R. Gurung on his recent alumni award for Distinguished Career Achievement. He was honored among several Carleton College (Minnesota) alumni recently. Gurung is a widely published teacher-scholar who is described by others in the field as “an internationally known rock star in the teaching of psychology and the scholarship of teaching and learning.” Gurung […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) gave his take on violent viral videos. He spoke with NBC reporter Ashley Barnes… “I imagine watching a video on Facebook was the first time they had ever seen a dead body. It really shapes how we go forth in the world and how we interpret new phenomenon we […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]