Lauren Mauel appointed as First Year Seminar Faculty Coordinator
The UW-Green Bay Division of Student Access and Success is pleased to share that Lauren Mauel will serve as the Faculty Coordinator for the First Year Seminar (FYS). In her role, Lauren will work collaboratively with FYS instructors across UW-Green Bay to evaluate and develop FYS common components, provide timely communication to FYS instructors, coordinate with university offices for the coordination of FYS, and oversee the FYS peer mentoring program. Lauren will serve as a consultant to coordinate the new Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) course, “Tools for Success”.
Lauren is passionate about advocacy and student success. As a current FYS instructor, she facilitates environments for students to succeed, despite barriers or setbacks that students face. Lauren has mentored students to find their niche careers in K12 and higher education, as well as encouraged students to create goals that inspire more significant achievement in their lives. Lauren is currently an assistant teaching professor in the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business and was formerly an assistant professor in the College of Health, Education, and Social Welfare. Prior to coming to UW-Green Bay, Lauren taught high school math for seven years in Wisconsin and Minnesota. She holds a Doctor of Education in K-12 Leadership and a Master of Science in Data Science.