Congratulations to UW-Green Bay Associate Provost Clif Ganyard, who received the “Outstanding Contributor Award for Opportunity” from the UW System in August. The award was presented on the same day as UW-Green Bay Convocation.
Vice President for Administration Rob Cramer had this to say, “Opportunity Award honoree Clifton Ganyard, Associate Provost of UW-Green Bay, played a critical role in creating a smooth transition that turned UW-Green Bay’s four campuses — Green Bay, Marinette, Sheboygan and Manitowoc — into one institution. And he did so with great optimism and good humor.”
The award recognizes the outstanding contributions made by individuals who worked directly on the UW Colleges and UW-Extension Restructuring Project and whose work helped the project meet its goals of access, affordability and opportunity. Individuals who receive this award have consistently gone above and beyond to ensure successful plan implementation and smooth transitions for our students, faculty and staff at the 13 two-year branch campuses and UW-Extension. Ganyard is associate provost for Academic Affairs and associate professor of Humanities and History. More from the UW System, here.