So you think Matt Lauer of the Today show racks up frequent flyer miles? He’s got nothing on your faculty members! As we hope all students know, teaching really is the first love of professors here at UWGB. What you may not know is that part of our assigned job is to conduct research and publish and present our findings, which can take us to places near and far. Just since the semester began, Dr. Von Dras has been invited to present two papers on stress, aging, and memory at the Gerontological Society of America Conference in San Francisco, Dr. Zapf presented work on how two-years learn to use plural words at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, and Dr. Bartell has had her research on a marital disillusionment scale accepted for presentation at the National Council on Family Relations conference. Finally, demonstrating how seriously we take our teaching, research Drs. Gurung, Martin, and Wilson-Doenges have done on teaching (on freshman seminars and the ERLP program) will be shared at the Best Practices in Teaching Psychology Conference in Atlanta. To learn more about faculty research interests and how you can get involved as a research assistant, explore the faculty pages on the Human Development website.