For the next few weeks, the Canonball Podcast will be a series of conversations with students about how they are coping with the academic changes brought on by COVID-19. In this interview senior Matthew Kersting (Pscyhology) gives his input. Listen here.
The third “Phoenix Thriving” episode has been released! On this episode, UW-Green Bay Director of Student Success and Engagement Vince Lowery is joined by Director of Advising and Retention Darrel Renier, as they discuss Renier’s work as an advisor and how Renier has gotten to where he is today. Listen to Episode 3 here.
On Episode 2 of Phoenix Thriving, Amanda Rosado, a former Gateways to Phoenix Success [GPS] student who will return to the program as a peer mentor in 2020-2021, stops by to chat about her experiences in the program and how it prepared her to thrive in her second year at UW-Green Bay.
In this Psych and Stuff/Serious Fun crossover episode, Ryan Martin, Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, and Bryan Carr talk about what makes for good “comfort viewing” and offer some movie, book, and TV recommendations.
In the latest episode of Canonball, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Chuck Rybak (English and Humanistic Studies) and Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology), talk with Prof. David Coury (Humanistic Studies and Global Studies) about Inception. Listen here. Canonball is a podcast out of Phoenix Studios at UW-Green Bay that covers the great works from a variety of disciplines. From movies to film to literature to video games, hosts Chuck Rybak and Ryan Martin discuss all things canonical.
In the newest episode of Pysch and Stuff, Associate Dean for CAHSS Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) and Prof. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges (Psychology) talk with Associate Prof. Chris Smith (Psychology, Women and Gender Studies) and student Priyanka Bharadwaj (Psychology) about the I Am Psyched! exhibit coming to the Cofrin Library at UW-Green Bay. I am Psyched! is a multimedia initiative that explores the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology as they engage in psychological science, practice and social justice. Created by the American Psychological Association’s Women’s Programs Office, the exhibit highlights achievements of women of color in psychology. Learn about the inspiring lives of many women who accomplished ‘the firsts’ in psychological science, to benefit society and people’s lives. Learn more at www.uwgb.edu/iampsyched and listen to the episode here.
In this Canonball mini-episode, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. and Dean of CAHSS Chuck Rybak (English and Humanities) and Associate Dean for CAHSS Ryan Martin talk about their most recent episode on Dr. Seuss and discuss some modern great works they have been enjoying. Plus, Martin quizzes Rybak with trivia on great works from the 80s. Canonball is a podcast out of UW-Green Bay’s Phoenix Studios, which covers the great works from a variety of disciplines. From movies to film to literature to video games, hosts Chuck Rybak and Ryan Martin discuss all things canonical.