Finalist Betty Rambur, the dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Vermont, has withdrawn herself as a candidate to become UW-Green Bay’s fifth chancellor. Rambur cited personal and professional reasons in her decision to withdraw, said Prof. Denise Scheberle, chair of the UW-Green Bay Chancellor Search and Screen Committee. […]
Already broadcast campuswide but repeated here for the record… The Human Resources Office tells employees that a recent Capital Times article about the recession-fueled rush to retirement (go to article) makes some accurate points. In fact, UW System has a website dedicated to the topic at www.uwsa.edu/hr/benefits/retsav/wrsdownturn.html and has created a guide for employees trying […]
A record graduating class for a mid-year commencement at UW-Green Bay heard a full-speed-ahead message from the distinguished alumna invited to give the commencement address. Laura Hollingsworth, president and publisher of The Des Moines Register newspaper and a 1989 UW-Green Bay graduate, was the featured speaker during ceremonies Saturday (Dec. 20) at the Weidner Center.
GREEN BAY — Five University of Wisconsin-Green Bay professors have been awarded full, named professorships that start Jan. 1, 2009. Each of the five-year professorships are awarded to faculty members to financially support ongoing scholarly work that exemplifies the spirit and mission of UW-Green Bay. Recipients are recognized for demonstrated positive commitment to scholarship and […]
Seven members of the faculty received fall semester Teaching Enhancement Grants awarded by the University’s Instructional Development Council. The grants total $4,000 and range in amount from $400 to $800. Recipients are: • Denise Bartell, associate professor, Human Development • Angela Bauer-Dantoin, associate professor, Human Biology, Women’s Studies • Kathleen Burns, assistant professor, Human Development […]
Prof. Michael Kraft weighed in on President-elect Obama’s selection of Carol Browner, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, as a White House policy czar overseeing energy and climate policy. The selection of Browner to hold a White House position is a sign that Obama will try a White House-directed and coordinated climate change and […]