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Board Members

Mark Kiehn

Mark Kiehn

Associate Professor
WH 430F

Fields of Interest:

Cognitive Development, Neuro-Diverse Student Populations, Measurement/Evaluation of Learning, Curriculum and Conceptual Framework Epistemology

Education:

Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder; M.M.E. University of Colorado-Boulder; B.A. Adams State College.

Katie Turkiewicz

Katie Turkiewicz

Associate Professor
MAC C328

Katie joined the board in early 2019. Katie grew up in Green Bay and moved back to the area from Milwaukee several years ago. Katie is an Associate Professor in the Communication and Information Science Department. Katie’s research and teaching emphasis is health communication. Katie received her MA and Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Wisconsin... Read more »

James Kabrhel

James Kabrhel

Associate Professor
MF 6203, Sheboygan Campus

Research: My research interests are largely Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SotL) based, including the incorporation of pseudoscience-based projects in support of information literacy, and the support of student mental health in the classroom. I am also working on using and developing Open Educational Resources (OERs) for use in the chemistry classroom.Read more »

Diane Fenster

Diane Fenster

Community Member, Pediatric Physician
17-20

Christine Smith

Christine Smith

Associate Professor
MAC C313

Dr. Christine Smith is an Associate Professor of Psychology, Human Development, and Women’s and Gender Studies. She is also chair of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at UWGB. Dr. Smith teaches courses on women and gender, social psychology, and research methods. She has done research examining the partner preferences of lesbian and bisexual women, the impact of fat stigma,... Read more »

J P Leary

J P Leary

Associate Professor
WH 410F

Dr. J P Leary (Cherokee/Delaware) serves as an Associate Professor in First Nations Studies, History, and Humanities, as a member of the graduate faculty in the Professional Program in Education, and as a faculty affiliate with the Education Center for First Nations Studies. He regularly teaches a variety of courses including Introduction to FNS: The Tribal World, American Indians in Film,... Read more »

Christopher Paquet

Christopher Paquet

Asst Vc Policy & Compliance
CL 830 B

  • Policy
  • Labor Relations
  • Title IX Coordinator
  • Human Resources Liaison for the Personnel Committee

Roger Wareham

Roger Wareham

Director of Office of Grants & Research
CL 825C

Liz Brinks

Liz Brinks

Administrative Assistant III
CL 825

Faculty Voting District Key

  • AH: Arts and Humanities
  • NS: Natural Sciences
  • PS: Professional Studies
  • SS: Social Sciences

Membership

The requirements for IRB membership are addressed in the HHS regulations at 45 CFR 46.107 [Note: 45 CFR 46.304 requires a specialized IRB composition when research involving prisoners is being reviewed, including the presence of a prisoner representative].

An IRB must:

  • Have at least five members with varying backgrounds to promote complete and adequate review of the research activities commonly conducted by the institution;
  • Make every nondiscriminatory effort to ensure that the membership is not composed of entirely men or entirely women;
  • Include at least one member whose primary concerns are in scientific areas and at least one member whose primary concerns are in nonscientific areas;
  • Include at least one member who is not otherwise affiliated with the institution and who is not part of the immediate family of a person who is affiliated with the institution; and
  • Not allow any member to participate in the initial or continuing review of any project in which the member has a conflicting interest, except to provide information requested by the IRB. Please see the regulations at 45 CFR 46.107 for complete information on all of the required qualifications to properly compose an IRB.