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Welcome to the CPS Monday Message - an enewsletter from the UWSP College of Professional Studies Dean's Office.

Preparing future teachers during the Elementary Methods Block

School of EducationPart of the UW-Stevens Point School of Education training includes the Elementary Methods Block, which is taken the semester prior to student teaching. One of the partner schools, Washington Elementary School in Stevens Point, is host to numerous UWSP students each semester; we visited with three of them on Thursday, Dec. 1. Read More | Watch Video

Exploring anatomy in athletic training with Amherst High students

Athletic Training AnatomyStudents from Amherst High School got an up-close and personal peek into the world of anatomy when they visited the UWSP Department of Athletic Training on Friday, Dec. 2. Alum Greg Marty, ’11 gave an overview of the cadaver, while eight UWSP students demonstrated the various domains of athletic training. Read More

Men's Basketball team visits Senator Kohl

Senator Herb KohlThe UW-Stevens Point men's basketball team made a stop in Washington, D.C., to visit with Senator Herb Kohl on Capitol Hill last weekend en route to the 2011 White Rose City Classic Championship. “The fact that our team had the opportunity to meet Senator Kohl in person on this trip is something they will never forget," said head coach Bob Semling. "Senator Kohl's affinity for basketball makes it even more meaningful.” Read More | View Photos

Helping the community maintain weight over the holidays

Healthy HabitsWhile many people filled up on turkey, stuffing and cranberries during the Thanksgiving weekend, Deborah Tang, associate lecturer of dietetics at UW-Stevens Point, presented on “Maintaining Weight Over the Holidays” to the Healthy Habits group on Wednesday, Nov. 23 in the Oak Room at Ministry Home Care downtown Stevens Point. The group discussed and exchanged ideas on avoiding holiday weight gain followed by a cooking demonstration. Read More

Discovering disease diversity in health science

Health Science presentationsUW-Stevens Point students in Health Science 105 Survey of Common Disease showcased their findings of the importance of becoming culturally aware of a patient’s needs at a poster presentation in the Dreyfus University Center Laird Room Wednesday, Nov. 23. The students collaborated in groups and discovered how diverse backgrounds are related to major disease categories such as infectious disease, cancer, stroke, and heart disease. Read More

Point's Haen named WIAC Scholar-Athlete

Kelly HaenUWSP's Kelly Haen was named the recipient of the 2011 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Judy Kruckman Women's Cross Country Scholar-Athlete Award. A senior from Kaukauna, Wis., Haen is majoring in physical education with a minor in health education and adapted physical therapy and owns a 3.59 grade point average. She is a three-time member of the WIAC Scholastic Honor Roll and has been named to UW-Stevens Point's Honor Roll three years, while claiming Highest Honor Roll accolades in 2011. Read More

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Marty's Message

With just two weeks of classes remaining, I'd like to take this time to highlight two faculty members who will represent the College of Professional Studies at the Winter Commencement on Dec. 17. School of Health Promotion & Human Development Professor Jasia Steinmetz and Professor Lisa Bardon from the School of Education were chosen to be marshals for the CPS as they both stand for the CPS values of proactive, resourceful, connected, caring. Jasia with her recently published book "Eat Local" and Lisa with the great opportunities she creates for her students—these are just two great examples of how our faculty impact our community and students.

Marty Loy
Dean, CPS

Upcoming Events

New Faculty and Academic Staff Seminar Series
December 12
8-9:20 a.m.
Program Wrap-up
CPS 209

Last Day of Class
December 15

Chancellor's Leadership Awards
December 16
6 p.m.
DUC Laird Room

Commencement
December 17
1 p.m.
Quandt Fieldhouse

CPS All-College Gathering
December 19
1-3 p.m.
CPS Café

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To share your news or post an event in the CPS Monday Message, send an email to cps@uwsp.edu with the details.

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