Undergraduate research assistant Alexandra (Sasha) Oosting (Pscyhology) recently worked with Assistant Prof. Alan Chu, (Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology) to publish an article in “Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators.” Their work discusses strategies for coaches to reduce the subliminal bias they may have towards their players through increased contact with players, increased awareness and increased diversity and inclusion on their sports teams. The article can be found here.
In 2015, a Shawano community group organized and leased a vacant building to house and feed homeless people and families during Wisconsin’s winter nights. Today, the emergency shelter in this city of 9,000 is already too small. A real plus is that because of its previous uses, bedrooms are already in place in the building and will need only minor updating to be ready for guests, according to Culhane. “It suited what we need as a place for people to live,” Bisterfeldt said on a recent tour of the facility. “If people have their basic needs met, they can work on the others things they need to work on,” she said. That’s one of the reasons Shawano resident Addison Lewis, a UW-Green Bay student, chose to intern with SAM25. Following his family tradition of volunteering with nonprofit groups, he said, “I liked that SAM25 gives people the opportunity to get back on their feet.” Source: Shawano emergency homeless shelter outgrows its space | The Compass
Current UW-Green Bay undergraduate Rosalyn Stoa (Psychology and Business Administration) and former UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology) recently published an article in Teaching of Psychology titled, “A National Survey of Teaching and Learning Research Methods: Important Concepts and Faculty and Student Perspectives.” This study investigated both instructor course design and student attitudes and knowledge of the course across the nation. For Stoa, this is her second peer-reviewed published article as a UW-Green Bay undergraduate student.
Abstract: In this study, we assessed instructor and student attitudes and knowledge toward research methods (RM). Instructors (N = 62) answered questions about course format, topic importance and resources. Students (N = 166) of some of those instructors answered questions regarding attitudes toward research. Five major factors organize topics that instructors find most important. Only ratings of statistics importance varied by rank. Associate and full professors rated statistics as being more important than other instructors. There were significant relationships between attitudes toward and knowledge of RM together with the higher perceived utility of some course components. Requiring students to conduct their own research was not a significant predictor of attitudes or RM knowledge.
Future UW-Green Bay student Arabella Adams, a senior at Luxemburg-Casco High School, was presented with a $10,000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2019 Initiative Scholarship. The Herb Kohl Initiative Scholarship recognizes “Students who have demonstrated a high level of motivation, have shown strong promise for achieving success in college and beyond, and have overcome significant personal obstacles or adversity.” Adams plans to study mechanical engineering.
UW-Green Bay student Emily Rotzenberg (History) examined the history of a school building in Askeaton, Wisconsin in a piece published by The Brillion News. Read the story.
Kaylin Nickels, a UW-Green Bay student and choir member, served as an Ambassador of Music in Europe from June 27 to July 12. All ambassadors were chosen based on nominations by their schools’ music departments. The ambassadors traveled all over the continent; the trip covered England, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy and Germany. The trip consisted of several band and choir performances, as well as historical and educational sightseeing. Read the full story on the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
The Student Employment Office is seeking nominations for the 2018 SEOTY competition. Take advantage of the break between semesters to write a nomination for your outstanding student employee. Applications are evaluated based on reliability, professionalism, quality of work, initiative and uniqueness of contribution. A special ceremony to recognize nominees and award winners will be held April 9, 2018. All nomination forms are due to the Student Employment Office (SS1100) by February 16, 2018. Contact Allen Voelker (Student Employment and Scholarship Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920/465-2556 with questions.
GREEN BAY — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music program brings the fall semester to a close with an eclectic concert offering music from classical brass to African-inspired percussion as the Phoenix Brass Ensemble and Hand Drumming Ensemble share the bill at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 24) at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall on the UW-Green Bay campus. The concert is free and open to the public.
The student brass ensemble performs under the direction of Associate Prof. Adam Gaines, the trumpet and jazz studies director for the UW-Green Bay Music program. Prof. Cheryl Grosso, a percussion and world music specialist, directs the student drum ensemble.
The Phoenix Brass Ensemble will open the program with Daniel Hodgson’s “Three Marches of the American Revolutionary Days” featuring the General Green March, Banks of the Swale, and Shellpott Hill. Next up is “Divertimento for Brass and Percussion” by Karel Husa. The group will also perform “Pange Lingua” by Anton Bruckner, “Fanfare & Chorus,” by Dietrich Buxtehude, “Introduction and Allegro” by Robert Beadell, “March of a Marionette” by Charles Gounod, and “Satin Doll,” by Duke Ellington.
After a brief intermission, the UW-Green Bay Hand Drumming Ensemble will begin with “Rock Etude 16,” by Bill Douglas, followed by selections from Prof. Grosso’s Rhythm Chant series. Compositions featured will by “Rhythm Chant C&Rm,” Rhythm Chant MM,” “Rhythm Chant 14,” and “Rhythm Chant GG,” along with the composition “Rhythm Chant Finito,” arranged by members of the student ensemble.
UW-Green Bay is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. See the UW-Green Bay Music site for more information.
The Daily Cardinal plans to cut production of its print edition to two days per week, leaving UW-Madison without a daily student newspaper only a few years after the campus had two of them and 123 years after the Cardinal began.