Chancellor search forum is Wednesday

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Search and Screen Committee is holding a public forum Wednesday, Sept. 10, to gather input on finding the University’s fifth chancellor.

The forum will be the seventh and final public input session. The committee will take suggestions from the public about what qualities the next UW-Green Bay chancellor should have.

The forum will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Brown County Central Library, 515 Pine St., in downtown Green Bay.

Community members are also invited to participate in an online survey regarding the chancellor search process. A nine-question survey—found at—gives another channel for members of the public to share their input regarding UW-Green Bay’s next leader. The survey can be taken anonymously and participants can choose to answer some or all of the questions. It will be kept online until Sept. 22.

Other feedback can be left for the search committee by following the link on Web site’s toolbar.