There are nine Human Development and Psychology students traveling down to Madison in a few weeks for Posters in the Rotunda, an exciting event that showcases outstanding student researchers from across the UW System. You can learn more about the event here: http://www.wisconsin.edu/posters/
The students, their research topics, and the supervising professors are listed below. Congratulations to all of you.
Gateways to Phirst Year Success: Navigating College By Building Relationships (Bartell)
- Kaitlin Hobbs
- Jordan Grapentine
- Ashley Grant
- Hannah Blum
- Alex Tristan Lee Wilson
- Marleigh Fiedler
Gender Differences in Olympic Commercials (Cupit)
- Ashley Marshall
Gender Stereotypes in Today’s Popular Music Videos (Cupit)
- Tara Schilawski
Nature Pictures and Stress Reduction (Wilson-Doenges)
- Amarra Bricco
Meanwhile, more than 60 students will be inducted into Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology, on March 7th. To earn an invitation to Psi Chi, students must have above a 3.0 GPA and be in the upper 35% of their class (to learn more about UW-Green Bay’s chapter of Psi Chi, see here: http://www.uwgb.edu/psichi/). Congrats to all of them, as well.
“Smile Beautiful” Green Bay Benefit Dinner for Kanisha Flemming
May 3, 2014
3:00pm – 7:00pm
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Mauthe Center
KaNisha, M.T Flemming, age 22, of Chilton, died on January 12, 2014 following a short battle with Leukemia. KaNisha was a senior at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where she was scheduled to graduate this May with a double major in Psychology and Human Development. KaNisha had the intent to graduate in May and pursue a graduate degree with a desire to help troubled teens. While attending UWGB, she was also a member of Circle K, Phi-Kappa-Phi, Psi Chi, the Psychology & Human Development Club, and her name was consistently found on the Dean’s List. There is nothing that can compare to the caring, inspirations and magnetic personality that KaNisha possessed. She lit up a room with her warm, tender smile and showed so much love to her family and friends. She went out of her way to cheer people up; the world was a better place because of the living presence of KaNisha.
Crystal Kempton & Jordan Grapentine
218-730-7225 or 920-209-5090
As usual, our students have been accumulating honors and doing wonderful things. Here’s just a sampling of the great student accomplishments we have to celebrate. Our heartiest congratulations are extended to all!!!
- Fifty-six students were inducted into Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology and human development students.
- As you saw above, new officers were elected for Psi Chi and the Psychology and Human Development Club.
- Rebecca Gonnering recently made a presentation with her mentor, Prof. Christine Smith, at the national conference for the Association for Women in Psychology.
- Many current and former students will be presenting their own research or be co-authors with Professors Regan A.R. Gurung, Ryan Martin, or Kris Vespia on their research at the upcoming Midwestern Psychological Association annual conference in Chicago, Illinois. These students include: Patrick Adams, Rebecca Arrowood, Sarah Bohman, Kate Florer, Stephanie Freis, Anna Girdauskas, Areanna Lakowske, Rian Lamb, Katie Manders, Kaitlyn Multhauf, Sharayah Preman, Elise Rittenhouse, Karissa Ryan, Seenia Thao, Lauren Vieux, Emily Vogels, Christy Woods, Samantha Zweerink