Dr. Thomas K. Harden began this summer as the fifth chancellor of UW-Green Bay. He served previously as president of Clayton State University, a metropolitan institution of about 6,000 students located outside Atlanta. During his tenure, from 2000 through 2009, enrollment increased by 39 percent and the university was ranked No. 1 in the South for campus diversity by U.S. News & World Report six out of seven years.
Get to know Chancellor Harden at www.uwgb.edu/chancellor/profile/.
Dr. Julia Wallace is UW-Green Bay’s Provost, taking over for longtime faculty member Bill Laatsch, who served in the interim following the departure of Sue Hammersmith last year. She leaves her position as Executive Vice President and Provost, and Professor of Psychology with tenure at Central Michigan University. Wallace will begin her new role at UW-Green Bay at the end of July.
Read more about Julia Wallace.
It’s a tribute to Founding Chancellor Edward Weidner, but it’s the UW-Green Bay students that will get the biggest benefit, and a new tradition. See a time-lapse video of the new Campus Carillon going up this summer, and hear what sounds will greet new and returning students this fall.
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Everyday UW-Green Bay works on its mission to improve lives of students and families in the region and beyond. Here’s a couple of comments (below) from happy customers and other photos showing the good work of YOUR UW-Green Bay.
“I am a marketing director so I am a tough judge to service; you do an excellent job on organization and welcoming participants to campus.”
“I was pleasantly surprised to learn of the many facilities and activities offered to the students… I really had no idea how wonderful this campus is!”
“I am impressed with how thorough UWGB has been in providing information to make my daughter’s freshman year successful.”
“A fun and informative experience! Go Green!”
FOCUS 2009: Preparing for a smooth transition
Diplomas and smiling faces never get old
Spring Mentoring Event helped students gain lasting connections
‘Green’ is more than a catch-phrase at UW-GREEN BAY.
Here’s more research to support it is part of our culture.
See the video.
By now you may have heard that Student Apartment Building 109 burned to the ground this summer. Fortunately it was unoccupied, and there were no injuries. Arson has been ruled out. Approximately 60 of the 2,000 students returning to live on campus in fall of 2009 are currently being helped by University officials to locate alternative housing while campus officials investigate longterm solution. Could more suites be in our future? We would love for you to share your memories of living in 109. Perhaps you met your future spouse there. Did you begrudge having to make the longest walk to classes and the Union? Did you request 109 for four years? Why? Please click on the following link and share your thoughts.
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UW-Green Bay and the BEM Bordeaux Management School in Bordeaux, France, have established a Degree Program Partnership at the master’s level that allows for the transfer of credits between schools. “This international partnership, a first of its kind in Northeastern Wisconsin and one of the first such programs in the UW System, will enable our graduate students and graduate students from overseas the chance to enrich their learning by studying abroad,” said Prof. Meir Russ, Management. Details follow. Help us spread the word! Read more.