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Experts on Human Life Span and Human Development

Adulthood and Aging:

Dean Von Dras, Professor of Human Development (Psychology). Adulthood and aging.
(920) 465-5012. vondrasd@uwgb.edu.

Laura Nolan, Cpe & State Registry Project Specialist. Dementia Care; End of Life Issues; Senior Healthcare; Long-term Care; Assisted Living
(920) 465-2772. nolanl@uwgb.edu.

Counseling and Psychotherapy:

Lissa Balison, Counselor. Mental Health Counseling
(920) 465-2380. balisonl@uwgb.edu.

Stacie Christian, Director of Inclusive Excellence & Pride Center, Associate Lecturer of Human Development. Health Psychology; Gender Issues; LGBTQ Issues
(920) 465-2167. christis@uwgb.edu.

Kristin Vespia, Associate Professor of Human Development. Counseling and psychotherapy. Career development process.
(920) 465-2746. vespiak@uwgb.edu.

Death, Dying and Loss:

Illene Cupit, Professor of Human Development and Women & Gender Studies. Death, Dying and Loss
(920) 465-2703. cupiti@uwgb.edu.

Infancy and Early Childhood:

Illene Cupit, Professor of Human Development and Women & Gender Studies. Death, Dying and Loss
(920) 465-2703. cupiti@uwgb.edu.

Jenell Holstead, Associate Professor of Psychology and Human Development. Afterschool Programs; Summer Learning; Special Education
(920) 465-2372. holsteaj@uwgb.edu.

Sawa Senzaki, Assistant Professor of Human Development, Director of the Culture and Development Lab. Culture and Development; Infancy and Early Childhood; Acculturation Among Immigrant Children and Families; Social and Cultural Influences on Development; Japanese Language and Culture
(920) 475-2711. senzakis@uwgb.edu.

Stress and Coping:

Kate Burns, Associate Professor of Human Development (Psychology). Stereotyping, emotion and self-regulation. Women in math.
(920) 465-2427. burnsk@uwgb.edu.

Regan A. R. Gurung, Professor of Human Development (Psychology). Stress and coping. Close relationships. Health behaviors, focusing on the role of social support.
(920) 465-2316. gurungr@uwgb.edu.

Joel Muraco, Lecturer of Human Development. Romantic relationships, relationships satisfaction, LGBT experience, LGBT minority stress, mental health, and well-being.
(920) 465-2569. muracoj@uwgb.edu.

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