Faculty & Staff

Kaya Brann

Kaya Brann

Academic Dept Assoc
MAC C310

Kathleen Burns

Kathleen Burns

Associate Professor
MAC C321

Dr. Burns conducts research on stereotypes, emotion, and self-regulation. She is very interested in working with students on research.

Education

Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, M.S. University of Massachusetts, B.A. Grinnell College

Stacie Christian

Stacie Christian

Dir Of Incl Excel & Pride Ctr
UU 153

Alan Chu

Alan Chu

Assistant Professor
MAC C317

Dr. Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu’s primary areas of expertise are psychosocial aspects of sport, exercise, and health. Specifically, he conducts both quantitative and qualitative research on the roles of social agents (e.g., coaches, parents, peers) in motivation for youth sport and physical activity (Read more »

Jason Cowell

Jason Cowell

Assistant Professor
MAC C322

Dr. Cowell studies the neural development of moral judgment, moral action, theory of mind, empathy, self-control, and prosocial behavior in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. He uses electroencephalography, functional neuroimaging, psychophysiological measures, eye-tracking, and behavioral paradigms to investigate the complexities of developing morality and self-control in the U.S. and... Read more »

Illene Cupit

Illene Cupit

Professor
MAC C325

Dr. Cupit's work is in death, dying and bereavement. Her current research interests are on college student grief, the uses of the Internet in the study of death and dying, and the effects of bereavement camps as a form of grief intervention for children who have experienced the death of a loved one. In addition, she is the founder and director of Camp Lloyd, a summer day camp for grieving... Read more »

Jana Fogaca

Jana Fogaca

Assistant Professor
MAC C323

 Dr. Fogaca conducts research in sport psychology. Her main areas of focus are professional development and applied... Read more »

Regan Gurung

Regan Gurung

Professor
MAC C324

Website

http://regangurung.com/

This is my fourteenth year in Green Bay. I was born and raised in Bombay (India), got a B.S. at Carleton College (MN), 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... Read more »

Jenell Holstead

Jenell Holstead

Associate Professor
MAC C309

Dr. Holstead’s research interests focus on the effectiveness of after school programs. Specifically, she examines the extent to which such programs improve academic performance

Education

Ph.D. in School Psychology from Indiana University; M.S. in Educational Psychology from Indiana University; B.A. in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University.

Ryan Martin

Ryan Martin

Professor
MAC C308

Website

http://blog.uwgb.edu/alltherage/>

Dr. Martin has published articles evaluating cognitive theories of anger and improving the assessment and treatment of anger disorders. He currently manages a blog, All the Rage: Commentary and Resources on the Science of Anger

Education

Ph.D. University of... Read more »

Sawa Senzaki

Sawa Senzaki

Associate Professor
MAC C315

Website

Culture Lab

Dr. Senzaki’s research interests lie at the crossroads of cultural, developmental, and social psychology. Her recent project examines the process of cultural transmission from parents to their children in the U.S., Canada, and Japan. She enjoys working with... Read more »

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 »

Kristin Vespia

Kristin Vespia

Associate Professor
MAC C318

Dr. Vespia has published journal articles and a book chapter on topics such as career development, clinical supervision/counselor development, and mental health services on college campuses. She is particularly interested in multicultural and gender issues, particularly as these relate to vocational development, education, and mental health.

Education

Ph.D. in Counseling... Read more »

Aaron Weinschenk

Aaron Weinschenk

Associate Professor
MAC B303

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Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges

Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges

Professor
MAC C320

Dr. Wilson-Doenges' field is Environmental Psychology which explores the transactions between people and the physical environment in many contexts. Her research interests involve individual's interpretation of sense of community and how neighborhood design can foster or break down that sense of community in residential life. Specifically she has looked at the effect of physical... Read more »

Faculty Emeriti

 
Dennis Lorenz

Dennis Lorenz

Associate Professor

 

Lloyd Noppe

Lloyd Noppe

Assoc Lecturer