Human Development is home to award-winning teachers, nationally recognized scholars, and some of UW-Green Bay's best and most engaged students.
Human Development is the study of the human life span from conception to death. The program examines the changes that occur throughout the years and the factors that promote healthy development as well as variations from the norm.
Human Development is an interdisciplinary, liberal arts program that examines and integrates the contributions of psychologists, biologists, anthropologists, sociologists, and other scholars in understanding the life cycle.
News stories in Inside
- Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki named ‘Future 15’
February 5, 2016
- Faculty Brief: Sawa Senzaki publication
February 2, 2016
- ‘Intersecting HEARTS’ presentation just in time for Valentines Day
January 19, 2016
- Psychology students receive honors at semester-ending symposium
December 18, 2015
- Psyched up for presentation day: ‘Methods’ class turns students into researchers
December 7, 2015