UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller sent the following memorandum via e-mail to the UW-Green Bay Employees, Chancellor’s Council of Trustees, and UPIC members on Friday, February 27, 2015: Click here to read more »
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller released the following statement via e-mail to employees on Thursday, February 26, 2015:
At our last Town Hall meeting there were a number of questions regarding faculty and staff benefits in a new University Authority. Attached is a memo from Alan Crist, Senior Associate Vice President at UW System, which affirms that the biennial budget bill currently before the Legislature does not propose changes to benefits currently available to UW System employees or to those employees in a University System.
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller released the following statement via e-mail to employees on Monday, February 23, 2015:
During the Town Hall meeting last week I indicated we would have another gathering later this week after the Board of Regents meeting. However, I was mistaken about the date of the next BOR meeting. It will occur on March 5. We have planned the next Town Hall meeting for Friday, March 6 at 9:00 a.m. (location to be announced).
Thank you for your participation in the Town Hall meetings. If you have questions between now and March 6, please send them forward.
Chancellor Miller addressed an audience of more than 200 faculty, staff and students in a second informational budget “town hall” session in the University Theatre on Friday morning (Feb. 20). After about 20 minutes of remarks, he opened the floor to a question and answer session, interspersed with remarks as gaps allowed. A synopsis of the budget forum is available on the UW-Green Bay Inside news site.
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller released the following statement via e-mail to employees on Monday, February 16, 2015:
Let me bring you up to date on our planning activities related to the budget reduction exercise in which we are now engaged. First, I want to thank all those who have participated in this process as a member of one of the planning groups or by providing suggestions about how to proceed. Click here to read more »
In a brief video message to UW-Green Bay faculty and staff, Chancellor Gary L. Miller reiterated his invitation seeking broad-based participation in campus planning to address a possible $4 million reduction in the 2015-16 budget because of state budget cuts. The video was recorded Wednesday, Feb. 11.
In an informational budget “town hall” forum Monday afternoon (Feb. 9), Chancellor Miller opened with remarks to faculty, staff and students prior to fielding questions and comments from attendees. Below is a recording of the chancellor’s remarks. A synopsis of the budget forum is available on the UW-Green Bay Inside news site.
We find ourselves in challenging times. To meet these challenges and to turn them into opportunities we will need the engagement of everyone. Please use this space to give your best ideas and ask important questions. I will work to answer questions and I will make sure your views are shared with the various planning and governance groups. This is a fantastic university with an important mission. With your help, we will move through this period and into a bright future.