Dr. Ryan Martin is the chair of the Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a nationally known anger researcher. His work focuses on healthy and unhealthy expressions of anger, including how we express anger online. He teaches courses on mental illness, emotion, and anger and violence. He also hosts the popular UW-Green Bay Psychology podcast, Psychology and Stuff.
Chuck Rybak is from Buffalo, New York, and is a professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He currently serves as the Interim Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Beyond that, he keeps it real.
Kate works for UW-Green Bay’s Center for Teaching and Learning, and collaborates with instructors to thoughtfully integrate technology and tools that help students succeed.
Some of her interests include: open pedagogy, ePortfolios, digital and public humanities, podcasting, and cats.
Sophia Sielen is a sophomore, majoring in Psychology and Art, and minoring in Human Development. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, she plans on working as a counselor working with patients in a nursing homes or working with children. Sophia interned with Psychology and Stuff in Fall of 2017 and Spring of 2018, and interned with All the Rage Spring of 2018.
Alexandra Graff is a senior, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Human Development. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, she plans on working in the education or healthcare field as a psychometrist. Alexandra interned with All the Rage in Spring of 2017.
Mackenzie is a senior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Human Development and Sociology. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in May 2018, she plans on going to graduate school for Social Work. Mackenzie interned with All the Rage in Fall of 2017.