Doing It All Lunch n’ Learn    
Event Basics
When: Monday, May 20, 2013
11 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12 p.m. Presentation
1 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Ramada Plaza Hotel
2750 Ramada Way
Green Bay, WI 54304
Fee: $15 Members of Current
$20 Nonmembers of Current
Free with 2013 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More
Menu: Greek Lemon Chicken
herb and lemon-marinated grilled chicken breast on a bed of angel hair pasta, with vegetable and dinner rolls
Vegetable Stuffed Ravioli
vegetarian option upon request; vegetable-stuffed ravioli tossed in alfredo and marinara sauces combined
Register: (920) 593-3408
bjohnson@titletown.org
There is a 96-hour cancellation policy for this event.
Event Overview
Doing It All (And Living to Tell the Tale): Fundamentals of Stress & Tips to Beat It. Life can be exciting and in this fast-paced world, it is tempting to want to do and achieve as much as possible. Whether for financial gain, respect, adulation or personal satisfaction, many of us push ourselves to extremes. What are the physiological consequences and what are the main ways to successfully balance many responsibilities? I will use my background in health and social psychology to review some of the science behind stress and coping, and share key ways to deal well with life’s challenges.
About the Speaker

Regan A. R. Gurung, Ph.D.
Ben J. & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Human Development & Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Green BayBorn and raised in Bombay, India, Dr. Gurung received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology at Carleton College (MN), and a master’s and doctorate  in social and personality psychology at the University of Washington. He then spent three years at UCLA as a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Research fellow.

He has received numerous local, state and national grants for his health psychological and social psychological research on cultural differences in stress, social support, smoking cessation, body image and impression formation. He has published articles in a variety of scholarly journals including Psychological Review and Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, and Teaching of Psychology. He has a textbook, “Health Psychology: A Cultural Approach,” relating culture, development, and health published with Cengage (third edition in preparation) and is also the co-author/co-editor of eight other books. He has made more than 100 presentations and given workshops nationally and internationally (e.g. Australia, India, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand).

Dr. Gurung is also a dedicated teacher and has strong interests in enhancing faculty development and student understanding. He was co-director of the University of Wisconsin System Teaching Scholars Program, has been a UWGB Teaching Fellow, a UW System Teaching Scholar and is winner of the CASE Wisconsin Professor of the Year, the UW System Regents Teaching Award, the UW-Green Bay Founder’s Award for Excellence in Teaching as well as the Founder’s Award for Scholarship, UW Teaching-at-its-Best, Creative Teaching and Featured Faculty Awards. He has strong interests in teaching and pedagogy and has organized statewide and national teaching conferences, is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science, serves on the Div.2 (Teaching of Psychology) Taskforce for Diversity and is Chair of the Div. 38 (Health Psychology) Education and Training Council. He is also past president of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.

When not helping people stay calm, reading and writing, Dr. Gurung enjoys culinary explorations, travel, time with his two children and avoiding political discussions of any kind.