Tag: Student Affairs

Claudia E. Guzman named UW-Green Bay Director of Student Life

Claudia E. Guzman has been named UW-Green Bay’s new director of Student Life and begins her new position on Feb. 5. Guzman comes to UW-Green Bay from UW-Milwaukee where she serves as the sociocultural program manager. In this role she oversaw a dramatic growth in programs and collaborations within the University and community. She has […]

AIC changes to MESA

With the recent physical office move, the American Intercultural Center announces a name change (effective Jan. 2, 2018) to MultiEthnic Student Affairs (MESA). The new office name reflects the multiethnic presence as a full-fledged office of UW-Green Bay Student Affairs. Its operations remains — serving multicultural college students and their academic success. The office will […]

UW-Green Bay hosts community Kwanzaa event, Saturday, Dec. 9

GREEN BAY — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host a Kwanzaa Celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9 in the Phoenix Rooms of the University Union. Students, staff, faculty and community are invited to learn about the cultural holiday while enjoying festive music and dancing from the Nefertari Dance Company, […]

Note Date Change: Creating an Inclusive Campus

The landscape of higher education and UW-Green Bay is ever-changing. As faculty and staff members, everyone must understand how diversity and inclusion efforts are critical to student success. Please join Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate, Eric Arneson, as he leads a discussion on the current campus climate and examines everybody’s role in […]

Reminder: ‘All-campus Roundtable on Campus Climate’ this week

Wednesday, Nov. 15, all employees, students and leadership are invited to attend the Inclusive Excellence, “All Campus Roundtable Discussion on Campus Climate” in Phoenix Rooms A/B, from noon to 2 p.m. It is expected that about 150-200 people will be attending to discuss two questions which will be presented at noon for a one-hour discussion, […]

Escalation Workshop targets relationship abuse

The Student Affairs Healthy Choices Task Force, in collaboration with UW-Green Bay Athletics and the Golden House, is sponsoring an Escalation Workshop on Monday, Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. in the Phoenix Rooms. The 1.5 hour film workshop aims to transform the way students view and discuss relationship abuse. The workshop was designed by the […]

Discussion: Creating an Inclusive Campus Community

The landscape of higher education and UW-Green Bay is ever-changing and diversity and inclusion efforts are critical to student success. Please join Eric Arneson, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate, as he leads a discussion on the current campus climate and examines everybody’s role in creating an inclusive campus community where all students, faculty, and staff […]

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 […]

Florida International University Leader Named New Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and Campus Climate at UW-Green Bay

Leader from Fourth-Largest U.S. University to Lead Efforts to Create Inclusive, Vibrant Campus Green Bay, Wis. — 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 […]

Candidate forums for Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs begin today

On-campus interviews begin this week for two of the four candidates for UW-Green Bay’s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Climate. During an open presentation to the campus, each of the candidates will present on “creating an engaging, inclusive, and student focused campus culture at an urban-serving comprehensive university.” The schedule is as follows: […]