GREEN BAY — Three finalists for the position of provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will visit the campus next week for interviews and meetings with members of the campus community.
Prof. Timothy Meyer, chair of the 10-member Provost Search and Screen Committee, announced today (Wednesday, April 29) that the three finalists are:
• Julia Wallace, Executive Vice President and Provost, Central Michigan University.
• Terry Allison, Dean, College of Arts & Letters, California State University-Los Angeles.
• Charles Hohm, Founding Dean, College of Natural & Behavioral Sciences, California State University-Dominguez Hills.
The three provost finalists will visit UW-Green Bay between May 4 and May 8. Each visit will include a public forum, tours of the campus and visits with University administrators, campus governance committees, the Chancellor’s Cabinet and the Provost Search and Screen Committee.
Additional information about the candidates and full schedules of their visits to UW-Green Bay are online at http://www.uwgb.edu/provostsearch/. Here’s a breakdown of their campus visits, including times and locations of the public forums:
• Julia Wallace, Monday, May 4. Public forum 2:45 to 3:45 p.m., 1965 Room, University Union.
• Terry Allison, Thursday, May 7. Public forum 2:45 to 3:45 p.m., 1965 Room, University Union.
• Charles Hohm, Friday, May 8. Public forum 2:45 to 3:45 p.m., 1965 Room, University Union.
The Provost Search and Screen Committee, representing faculty, staff and students, has been meeting since mid-February. The committee will forward its recommendations to UW-Green Bay Chancellor-designee Thomas Harden. Harden officially begins his duties at UW-Green Bay on June 1.
The provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs is the chief academic officer reporting to the chancellor and the University’s chief operating officer.
Former Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Sue Hammersmith left UW-Green Bay in June 2008 to become president of Metropolitan State University in Minnesota’s Twin Cities. Prof. William Laatsch is serving as interim provost.