Many familiar with UW-Green Bay have heard of UWGB’s “3 T’s” — trees, tunnels and toilets. In his Last Lecture, Prof. Steve Meyer suggests that if the UW-Green Bay family focuses less on the “T’s” and more on the “7 C’s” UWGB would be a better place to work, play and study. What are the “7 […]
The individual designated as “commencement marshal” has the honor of leading the platform party and graduate processional into the hall to begin the ceremony. For the last decade, that’s been Prof. Cliff Abbott of Information and Computing Science, who holds the honor by virtue of his concurrent appointment in the campus governance role of Secretary […]
Prof. Steve Meyer of Natural and Applied Sciences has accepted appointment as UW-Green Bay Secretary of the Faculty and Staff, effective Aug. 24 for the start of the fall 2015 semester. He succeeds the retiring Cliff Abbott as SOFAS.
The final bit of business at the April 29 Faculty Senate meetings was festive, fun and congratulatory. Prof. Steve Meyer, chair of the University Committee, took the floor to read a resolution (see text below) honoring Cliff Abbott for his service as Secretary of the Faculty and Academic Staff. Abbott was then invited into the […]
Governance groups and related organizations at UW-Green Bay have joined others at campuses statewide in voicing their consensus on the UW System budget cuts proposed in the governor’s 2015-17 budget for the state of Wisconsin. Their resolutions: Faculty Resolution The UW-Green Bay Faculty Senate approved the following resolution on Wednesday, February 11, 2015: “Whereas the […]
Wisconsin Public Radio’s Larry Meiller Show addressed the inspiring efforts to preserve the Oneida language in Wisconsin during its Monday morning (Oct. 22) edition. UW-Green Bay Prof. Clifford Abbott and tribal historian Loretta Metoxen were the guests. The program should be archived soon, if it’s not already – click here.
The Secretary of the Faculty and Academic Staff, Prof. Cliff Abbott, will review the rules, expectations, people, committees and strategies involved in all the performance evaluations that lead to tenure and beyond. The CATL-sponsored presentation will take place from 3 to 4:40 p.m. Friday (Sept. 21) in the 1965 Room. More details.
The Secretary of the Faculty and Academic Staff, Prof. Cliff Abbott, will present a session on the rules, expectations, people, committees and strategies involved in all the performance evaluations that lead to tenure and beyond. The presentation will take place from 3-4:40 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 in the 1965 Room of the University Union. This workshop […]
An Academic Staff Assembly is scheduled for 3 to 4:30 p.m. this Thursday (April 26) in the Union’s 1965. All Academic Staff members are invited to attend. A full agenda will be posted soon, if it isn’t already, at the SOFAS website. The agenda is expected to include: * Action items on the Faculty/Staff joint […]
The Academic Staff Professional Development Allocations Committee announces it has monies available to assist academic staff in attending professional development meetings and programs. Funding is available for up to 50% of the total cost, not to exceed $500. Total funding provided is subject to availability and may be less than requested. (Note that funds will […]