Tag: Chancellor

Gillespie heads ‘home,’ AD takes position at Hartford

Chancellor Gary L. Miller confirmed yesterday that Green Bay Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie has accepted a similar role at Hartford University in West Hartford, Connecticut. Her new contract begins July 10, 2017. “Mary Ellen significantly elevated the profile of the Phoenix athletic program through her visionary leadership, exceptional coach recruiting, strong management and […]

UW-Green Bay’s Gillespie Named Athletic Director at Hartford University

Green Bay, Wis. – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller confirmed today that Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie has accepted the athletic director role at Hartford University in West Hartford, Connecticut and will be leaving her role with Green Bay Athletics. Her new contract begins July 10, 2017. “Mary Ellen significantly elevated […]

‘A Weidner Moment’ by Chancellor Miller

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller penned an opinion column that was published in the May 11, 2017 Green Bay Press-Gazette and USA Today Network-Wisconsin. His subject? “A Weidner moment.” “I recently had an opportunity to glimpse into the mind of UW-Green Bay founding Chancellor Ed Weidner,” he wrote. “After years in storage, a massive […]

Education advocate Judy Crain to receive Chancellor’s Award

Education advocate Judy Crain will received the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s highest community honor on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Spring 2017 Commencement. The Chancellor’s Award is made to individuals who have assisted in some significant way in the development of UW-Green Bay. The award recognizes Crain for her tireless commitment in service to campus […]

Chancellor pens piece for Collective Impact

The Chamber of Commerce Strategic Framework, the proposed Phoenix Innovation Park and new engineering programs at UW-Green Bay, gives Northeast Wisconsin a unique opportunity to significantly advance the economy of this region in the next decade. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller penned a piece for the Chamber’s Collective Impact. Read “Engineering Fuels Greater Green Bay’s […]

County Supervisor Streckenbach says his vision includes STEM Center

“In northeast Wisconsin, Brown County needs to start to position itself to be successful in the future, and it needs to start to make the appropriate investments to do that,” Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, says. The STEM Innovation Center look promising, he says, in an editorial piece by the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “…the county […]

Arneson selected to lead Student Affairs and Campus Climate efforts

Eric E. Arneson, Ed.D., current Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Florida International University, has been named Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and Campus Climate at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced the appointment today (May 1, 2017). “Dr. Arneson’s deep experience with student services and inclusion at […]

Research in the Rotunda 2017

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During this politically-polarized time, UW-Green Bay’s Office of Grants and Research was fortunate to celebrate a day without politics. Last Wednesday (April 12), eight undergraduate researchers displayed the intellect gained from their careers at UW-Green Bay in the Rotunda of the State Capitol. From Computer Science students studying cyber security measures to Natural and Applied […]

Charged up for Turbocharge

A new partnership between Green Bay schools and local colleges aims to get students thinking about and preparing sooner for higher education. The initiative, Turbocharge with College Credit, involves the Green Bay Area Public School District, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The program was announced Thursday during an assembly at Washington Middle […]