Clif Ganyard will be stepping down as Associate Provost and returning to his faculty position this summer. Ganyard is the University’s second-longest-serving associate provost and has boldly led a number of key initiatives including Project Coastal (the addition of campuses in Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan to UW-Green Bay) and Higher Learning Commission (HLC) accreditation. He has helped UW-Green Bay shepherd new programs and articulation agreements forward and ensures high-quality standards with his work on assessment and program review. His wealth of institutional knowledge will not easily be replaced. In recognition of his many contributions, Ganyard was recognized with the Founders Award for Excellence in Institutional Development in 2019. UW-Green Bay students will benefit from his return to teaching. In 2010, Ganyard earned the UW-Green Bay Founders Award for Excellence in Teaching (History, Humanities), followed in 2014 by the prestigious UW System Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award.
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