The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invited Army Nurse Alison Lighthall to campus in early December seeking strategies to improve reintegration for returning veterans. It received that and more. School officials received strong affirmation about the work and assistance for veterans already in place at UW-Green Bay.
Thomas K. Harden has served as president of Clayton State University in Georgia since 2000, presiding over numerous commencements, dedications and special events. The Clayton State news bureau shared a few images upon the Dec. 23 announcement of Harden’s selection as chancellor-designate for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Thomas K. Harden’s bio and curriculum vitae are online at the chancellor-search website. He earned his bachelor of science degree in industrial education, in 1974, from Miami University; and an M.S. in educational administration from the University of Dayton, in 1978. He earned his Ed.D. in adult/technical education, curriculum and instruction, and educational administration, from […]
University System of Georgia Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer Susan Herbst praised Thomas Harden today (Dec. 23) in announcing his resignation to accept the chancellorship at UW-Green Bay. “Dr. Harden’s dedication to academic excellence at Clayton State University has always been student centered and focused. He has been tremendously supportive of his faculty, […]
Thomas Harden saw the snow when he was on campus for two days of interviews. He battled through a snowstorm last week when he interviewed in Madison with UW System President Kevin P. Reilly and members of the Board of Regents. And he knew more snow was falling in Green Bay today. Still, he wants […]
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a copy of an original release sent by UW System on Dec. 23, 2008) MADISON, Wis. – University of Wisconsin System President Kevin P. Reilly today announced that Dr. Thomas K. Harden, President of Clayton State University in Georgia, has been recommended as the next chancellor of UW-Green Bay. Reilly and […]