Regan A.R. Gurung
Professor of Human Development and Psychology, Chair of Human Development
This is my fourteenth year in Green Bay. I was born and raised in Bombay (India), got a B.S. at Carleton College (MN) in Human Development, then spent 5 years in Seattle at the University of Washington. After getting my Ph. D. (Social/Personality), I did postdoctoral work at UCLA (Health Psychology) . Then I came here to Wisconsin.
I have served in a number of roles at UW-Green Bay including Chair of Human Development, Chair of Human Development, Chair of Psychology, as Associate Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and as co-director of the UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars Program. I am also active outside UW-Green Bay. I am Past-President of the Society for the Teaching of Human Development (STP), am Chair of the Education and Training Council (Health Human Development, APA-Div 38), and Past-President of the Bay Area Community Council (BACC).
Education: Ph.D., University of Washington (Social/Personality), M.S. University of Washington, B.A. Carleton College
- Introduction to Psychology (Psych 102)
- Health Psychology (Psych 450)
- Culture, Development, and Health (Hum Dev. 346)