The Registrar’s Office has unveiled a new tool that will help students not only schedule their classes, but the tool can easily help them plan for their busy lives, as well. It’s called “College Scheduler.” This tool is the most efficient way for students to optimize spring schedules and maximize credit hours. College Scheduler generates multiple daily schedules to fit students’ needs based on criteria such as campus location, desired courses, and work breaks. Use it registering for spring. These videos describe College Scheduler in more detail.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services Jennifer Jones, shares an important message from Enrollment Services.
UW-Green Bay is here for you. In these uncertain times, we are all navigating new territory. Perhaps you are concerned about your courses moving to alternate delivery methods, or nervous about how your registration questions will be answered. We hear your concerns and we are doing everything that we can to support your needs and move you towards your goals—academic or otherwise.
This means your concerns about registration, financial aid, emergency grants, advising and career services will continue to be addressed by dedicated advisors and staff members. We will continue to work hard to make sure you achieve your goals. If you are finding yourself in a situation where you don’t know where to go or what to do, we are here for you.
As an essential service, the Enrollment Services Office is still open for business and available to advise and answer questions for you. We are just an email or phone call away at email@example.com or 920-465-2111.
UW-Green Bay is caring, prepared and resilient campus community and we will continue to support each other as we transition through these changes, until the day coming soon when we can look back with you at what we accomplished together. Take care, and go Phoenix!”
The organization, Women in Technology Wisconsin (WIT), announced its Impact Award winners for the 2018-2019 season at an annual meeting, July 11, 2019. Receiving an award was UW-Green Bay Director of Career Services, Linda Peacock-Landrum, for her involvement with WITOnCampus at UW-Green Bay. The non-profit organization, founded in 2014, focuses on collaborating with the community of Northeast Wisconsin to help encourage girls and retain women in technology careers. Their involvement reaches more than 16 counties in Northeast Wisconsin and has impacted more than 11,000 students. An Impact Award recognized WIT member role models who are making significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, talents and dedication.
There will be one additional candidate joining the interviewing process for the Assistant Director of Admissions for Regional Recruitment next week. Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 from 11:15 p.m. to Noon in the University Union, Manistique Room. Gema Garcia will give a 15-minute presentation with the prompt: “Please role-play that you are talking to juniors at Green Bay East High School who are listening to a 15 minute presentation about UW-Green Bay.” After the presentation, there will be a session for questions and answers. Your insight and feedback on the candidates is appreciated, and there will be feedback sheets for you to return after the session. Copies of cover letters and resumes will be available at the session.
Celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on UW-Green Bay’s rooftop plaza outside of Student Services. There will be a presentation at Noon with cupcakes to follow. The Winter Garden at Mary Ann Cofrin Hall will serve as the rain location. Learn more.
The Fifth Annual Student Veterans of America (SVA) Scholarship Scramble will be held on Friday, August 10, 2018 at Ledgeview Golf Course. Last year the event raised more than $9,000 that went toward scholarships for students at UW-Green Bay and NWTC. Most of the proceeds were made from sponsors, raffles, and silent auction prizes/baskets. If you or your department would like to donate a prize or basket for the golf scramble, please contact Elaina Koltz by Friday, August 3. Donations of new or gently used baskets are also needed. If you are interested in golfing, there is room for three more teams. Please email Elaina at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by her office in Student Services, UW-Green Bay.
Green Bay, WI — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recognized some of its top faculty and staff members August 23, 2017, with 2017 Founders Awards for Excellence. The awards were presented before an audience of more than 450 in the Phoenix Room of the University Union, UW-Green Bay. Made possible by private philanthropic support, the awards program has been an annual fixture at UW-Green Bay since 1975. Honorees are selected by a campus-wide committee from nominations submitted by faculty, staff and others. The award winners honored at the annual UW-Green Bay Fall Convocation are:
Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching — Phil Clampitt
The Founders Awards for Excellence in Teaching recognized Prof. Phil Clampitt for going the extra mile to the help students obtain the best educational experience during college. His dedication to challenging students with independent study experiences, research and teaching assistantships, honors projects and internships was noted in his nomination, as was his demonstrated enthusiasm, teaching relevance and academic rigor. A student nominator described Clampitt as a teacher who “challenges each student, strives for continual improvement, teaches students to think critically and provides interesting and engaging content in lectures.” Clampitt is known to stay closely connected to many of his students as they graduate and contribute to the greater community.
Faculty Award for Excellence in Scholarship — Bob Howe
Prof. Bob Howe’s scholarship is exceptional by any metric. This faculty member has published more than 65 peer-reviewed articles, written numerous article in his field and has been cited thousands of times. He has been an author or co-author for multiple grant applications, that in the past decade alone, has brought approximately $2 million to the University. While scholarship is at the center of his career, it also extends into every aspect of his teaching and service. His research is particularly valued in the wider community because of its intentional focus on biological conservation, making it directly relevant and of great concern to the public. In the summer of 2017, he and his colleagues had their work published in the foremost science journal in the world — Science. Howe’s efforts are noted at the national, state and community level in areas of ornithology, forestry, environmental protection and wildlife, with a special emphasis on Great Lakes ecosystems.
University Award for Collaborative Achievement — Vicki Medland, NAS Heirloom Plant Sale
For nearly two decades, a collaborative team of faculty, staff, students and volunteers, has been making a huge impact on the UW-Green Bay landscape. Led by Vicki Medland and faculty and staff from Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS), it is estimated that the annual NAS Heirloom Vegetable and Plant Sale has generated about $100,000 for student research and academically related travel. The collaborative nature of this program is manifest at several levels — “Involvement of community members as volunteers in the growing process, involvement of the general public (as well as faithful UW-Green Bay faculty/staff customers) as eager growers of the heirloom plant varieties, and involvement of students who have been able to use the funds to complete and present their work,” according to one nominator. Results of the sales help UW-Green Bay students to achieve their academic goals, learn practical field experience and attain an affordable education by providing thousands of dollars for student academic development opportunities. In the greater Green Bay area, this team has committed to providing education programs that support our communities, public entities, park programs and organizations.
University Staff Award for Excellence — Janet Ludke
Academic Department Associate of Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS), Janet Ludke is recognized as a staff member whose activities, accomplishments and service within the University and the community are most deserving of acknowledgement by the University. Ludke has been described by her colleagues as “extremely dedicated, effective and efficient, helpful, knowledgeable, accomplished, proactive and remarkable.” She is said to carry excellence in all aspects of her career. She is a creative problem-solver and engages in positive interactions with community, faculty, staff and students. Due to staffing shortages in recent years, Ludke has served as the only administrative support person in an area which typically has multiple support staff. Her unwavering support has helped the academic unit to train new personnel and maintain accreditation standards and budget oversight on grants and external funding obtained by the Natural and Applied Sciences faculty.
University Academic Support Award for Excellence — Darrel Renier
Director of Academic Advising, Darrel Renier is being recognized for his exemplary commitment to work, collaboration, innovation and creativity in activities that are valuable to the institution or helpful to a range of people in a number of ways. Renier is noted as an exceptional leader on campus who approaches work with an unshakeable commitment to student success and the questions, “How will this promote student success?” and, “How will it move us forward in efforts to improve the student experience at UWGB?” Renier has gained tremendous respect from different constituencies across the University. He helps students reach their goals efficiently and effectively. Faculty and staff view him as a valuable coach, resource and fierce advocate for students. Renier has led the Office of Academic Advising successfully through a period of significant change. He created new programs such as the advising task force and student success committee to better address student success and has been a major collaborator in the development of the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) program.
University Award for Excellence in Institutional Development — Andrew Austin
Professor Andrew Austin has a record of extraordinary service to the University. He has not only served as a member of innumerable University and departmental committees, but also played a leading role at most every opportunity. Austin led in efforts to transform Social Change and Development into Democracy and Justice Studies (DJS). He fought to keep DJS thriving despite staffing shortages and dramatic change. While serving as department chair DJS was transformed with reinvigorated faculty, revised curriculum and a dramatic increase in student majors and minors. His campus contributions include service on Faculty Senate, University Committee, General Education Committee, Institutional Review Board, Research Council , Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Team, Board of the Center for History and Social Change , Writing Across the Curriculum Task Force, Invent the Future Steering Committee, Online Education Vision Working Group and the Interdisciplinary Education Task Force.
The Student Employment Office is still collecting nominations for the 2016 Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) competition. Take this opportunity to share stories and honor student employees who have made an impact through their positions. A special ceremony to recognize nominees and award winners will be held April 11, 2016. All nominations (form available online) are due to the Student Employment Office (SS1100) by February 19. Please note that you do not need to be a supervisor in order to submit a nomination. Questions? Contact Allen Voelker at email@example.com or (920) 465-2556.
Five years ago, the Enrollment Services Division completely reorganized space, staffing and service delivery consistent with a vision of providing fully integrated services at a “one-stop” service center. The goal was to provide single-point-of-service transactions for the offices of the Registrar, Financial Aid and Admissions, assure accuracy and consistency of information, coordinate incoming and outbound communications from and to students, minimize student run-around, enable student self-service where appropriate, and aspire to excellence in customer service. Mike Stearney, dean of enrollment services, says the move was a success, adding “We have decided that it is now time to make this quiet success story much more public, and give the Student Services Center its own identity and a higher profile…. We would like to introduce you to GBOSS; the Green Bay One Stop Shop.” You will start to see this phrase and an associated logo appearing in taglines, on the front window of the One Stop Shop in the Student Services Building, in communications to students, and in some promotional materials that will be given to new students and parents. It’s the same old “front desk,” just with a new name. Says Stearney, “We welcome your assistance in helping us transition to this new identity and continuing to promote the excellent services students receive at GBOSS.”
Stearney says UW-Green Bay best at attending to ‘business side’
The new acronym is GBOSS and the term “one-stop shop” will be heard more frequently, but Dean of Enrollment Services Mike Stearney explains there’s no need for dramatic changes in what has to this point been called The Student Services Center. Just the opposite, in fact. Four staff members (currently, Bridget Derge, Allen Voelker, Kristina Berg and Mandy Collura) handle in excess of 60,000 inquiries a year (email, telephone, and face-to-face). They communicate regularly and proactively with students via email and social media to apprise them of upcoming deadlines in an effort to help them anticipate matters that demand attention and prevent student problems. They assist students daily with everything from application questions to financial aid application and verification, to registration and enrollment matters. Stearney says the Student Services Center (now GBOSS) is unique in the UW System — “no other UW school has achieved this level of integration and efficiency in helping students attend to the ‘business’ side of life as a university student.”