Tag: associate provost for academic affairs

Accreditation next steps? Visit with Peer Review Team, Oct. 9

UW-Green Bay is preparing for the institution’s 10-year Comprehensive Accreditation Review. As part of the process, the University will host a Peer Review Team Site Visit, October 9-10, 2017, on behalf of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The public is invited to the concurrent sessions held in the Phoenix Rooms of the University Union, from […]

Consider attending a fora on accreditation

2017 is a big year for UW-Green Bay, as it marks the institution’s 10-year Comprehensive Accreditation Review. This means that the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of several organizations in the United States recognized by the Department of Education, will review the University based on several academic and practical criteria addressing its mission, educational quality, […]

A note from Clif Ganyard about accreditation

“It will be a big year for UW-Green Bay, as 2017 marks UW-Green Bay’s 10-year Comprehensive Accreditation Review.  This means that the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of several organizations in the United States recognized by the Department of Education, will review the University based on several academic and practical criteria addressing mission, educational quality and integrity, […]

UWGB faculty participate in boosting liberal education

On Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24 and 25, seven UW-Green Bay faculty members traveled to Madison to attend “Connecting Your Work to LEAP Wisconsin: A Faculty Collaboratives Conference.” Organized by the UW System and AACU — the national Association of American Colleges and Universities — the conference focused on strategies for providing he highest quality […]

Log Extra featured Ganyard, Dornbush announcements

For those Log readers who do not subscribe to our weekly illustrated newsletter, the Log Extra, this week’s issue included: • News of the appointments of Profs. Clif Ganyard and Matt Dornbush to administrative positions in the provost’s area; • A story about new oxygen-consumption equipment (VO2 Max) in the Exercise Physiology Lab; • A […]

Open sessions for internal candidates to succeed Davis, McCollum in CL 835

The Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is inviting members of the campus community to meet the candidates for a pair of administrative positions in the Provost’s suite. Open interview sessions take place the week of July 28. Four faculty members are under consideration for two separate positions left vacant by […]

Farewell to Andy Kersten

Longtime faculty member Andrew Kersten took part in his final commencement at UW-Green Bay last Saturday and, today, he left his administrative office, CL 835, for the final time in preparation for his move west. Kersten will begin his duties in late June at the University of Idaho as dean of the College of Letters, […]

Davis named Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of Graduate Studies

UW-Green Bay Prof. Gregory Davis has been named the University’s Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of Graduate Studies. He will assume his new duties June 1. Davis, recent chair of the Natural and Applied Sciences academic program, was selected following an internal search. He will succeed outgoing Associate Provost Andrew Kersten, who is […]

Candidate forum for Associate Provost is Thursday

Prof. Gregory Davis of Natural and Applied Sciences, finalist for the position of Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of Graduate Studies, will be interviewed this Thursday (March 13). Members of the campus community are invited to a 15-minute open forum with the candidate from 1 to 1:15 p.m. in the Alumni Rooms of […]

UW-Green Bay’s Kersten appointed dean at University of Idaho

The University of Idaho announced Friday that Andrew Kersten has been appointed dean for the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences. Kersten will begin his new duties June 29, 2014. He serves currently as UW-Green Bay’s associate provost for academic affairs and director of graduate studies. He has been a member of the faculty […]