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Science Night

The series was designed to be enjoyed by students of all ages ranging from middle school age to 100 year olds. This is a free event open to community members and of course UW-Parkside students. Follow us on Facebook for information about the next Science Night and other special events.


FROM ISOLATION  TO COMMUNITY: A primer on post-traumatic growth

In Station Eleven, traumatic events are experienced on an individual and community level and we see how the experienced of trauma isolates those left in its aftermath. This talk will describe the current understanding of PTSD symptomology and the ways that community and connection can create opportunities for growth and development in the recovery period.

Part of the NEA Big Read program.

Free parking after 6:30 p.m. All are welcome! Refreshments provided.

Questions: (262) 595-2316  |

Ann Friesema, present for March Science Night

Dr. Friesema, in her new role at UW-Parkside, is partnering with faculty in the psychology department to develop a masters program in clinical mental health counseling beginning in fall of 2018.

Going strong in its 13th year, Science Night has become a staple of programs featured on Parkside's campus. Created by physics professor Dr. Mohazzabi, the series features exciting presentations and lectures about various math and science topics and issues. 



900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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