Wisconsin Public Radio’s Patty Murray caught up with Chancellor Gary L. Miller for a residence hall tour during his first weeks on the job, reporting a short story on how UW-Green Bay’s sixth chancellor is adjusting to life on campus. Full story
News and Notes
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller released the following statement to faculty, staff, board members and other stakeholders on Thursday, Aug. 21:
Today, UW System President Ray Cross shared his vision of a new model for the UW System that will focus on the development of high-impact talent for Wisconsin (view UW System news release). A biennial budget request designed to move this vision forward was presented to the Board of Regents.
This is a bold plan that embraces many of the foundational ideas of UW-Green Bay. This vision will be extremely important as we create the future of this University amidst the new demographic realities, an increased obligation to build regional partnerships to support the economy and, most importantly, preparing students for productive work lives in a global economy.
This is a time of great potential for UW-Green Bay and the UW System. As one of the most respected systems of higher education in the country, we are uniquely positioned to nurture and develop talent and ideas for the benefit of the state, nation and beyond.
I encourage all of you to review President Cross’ vision as we move forward with our discussions this fall. Working together, we can be an even greater catalyst for positive change.
Gary L. Miller
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Chancellor Gary L. Miller took to the lunchtime airwaves Monday, Aug. 18, speaking with WBAY, Channel 2 anchor Kathryn Bracho during a live Noon Show interview segment. Miller discussed his background and impressions of Green Bay, plans for the future and other topics during the show. You can view the segment in its entirety online.
Chancellor Gary L. Miller was front-page news Monday, Aug. 18, when the Green Bay Press-Gazette featured a story on his arrival at UW-Green Bay and plans for the future. Reporter Patti Zarling and photographer/videographer Kyle Bursaw teamed up to bring the chancellor’s story to readers.
You can read the full story, and view the four-minute video, online.
Chancellor Gary L. Miller spoke with Local 5 News anchor Chelly Boutott Wednesday, Aug. 13, discussing his background, plans for the future and more in a live interview during the station’s 4 p.m. newscast.
You can watch the full segment online.
Chancellor Gary L. Miller was the featured guest on the Sunday, Aug. 10 edition of the local news and issues show CW-14 Focus. In a wide-ranging interview with host Robert Hornacek, Miller discussed his background, motivations for coming to UW-Green Bay, vision for the future and much more. The show can be viewed in its entirety online.
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller, then chancellor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, co-authored an article titled “The Role of Public Comprehensive Universities in Closing the Innovation Deficit” for the August 2014 issue of Computer magazine. Writing with Robert R. Hoon, Miller describes an ambitious UNC Wilmington initiative that explores how public universities can help close the U.S. “innovation deficit” by encouraging local entrepreneurship and regional economic development.
Featured in Computer‘s interactive e-magazine, the article includes an audio interview with Chancellor Miller that explores the UNC Wilmington initiative.
The interview with Chancellor Miller is also available on YouTube.
The magazine issue is available for download as a pdf.
The following was sent on behalf of Chancellor Gary Miller to the UW-Green Bay campus community on August 5, 2014.
Dear Campus Community —
I would like to sincerely thank you for what already has been a warm welcome to UW-Green Bay and the Green Bay community. Georgia and I are thrilled to be here, and we look forward to building a deeper relationship with each of you as we become settled in our new home.
As valued members of the UW-Green Bay community, your input will be critical as we get to know the University and the region. Toward that end, I would appreciate you completing a short survey on your impressions of UW-Green Bay. Please take a few minutes to fill it out, sharing an honest assessment of strengths as well as areas for potential growth. Kindly reply by the end of the day on Friday, Aug. 15.
Working together, we can build on a foundation of success while creating exciting new opportunities for the future.
Thank you, and I hope to see each of you very soon.
Gary L. Miller
Follow this link to the survey:
(or copy and paste this URL into your internet browser)
The Fall 2014 Employee Convocation kicks off the academic year at 10 a.m. Wednesday, August 28, in the University Union’s Phoenix Room.
Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Phoenix Room, University Union
- Introduction of new faculty and staff
- Introduction of Named Professorship recipients
- Presentation of Founders Association Awards for Excellence
- Remarks by Chancellor Gary L. Miller
- Lunch in Leona Cloud Commons
R.S.V.P.: RSVP by August 22 to Paula Marcec, firstname.lastname@example.org
The following was sent on behalf of Chancellor-designate Gary Miller to the UW-Green Bay campus community on June 4, 2014.
I am extremely honored and excited to have been selected the next Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. To be part of the innovative spirit, record of excellence and commitment to student access and success of UW-Green Bay is indeed a special opportunity. Thank you for your support and your trust.
I will be working with Chancellor Harden over the coming weeks to learn about the university and the Green Bay community and to achieve a smooth transition. Georgia and I look forward to meeting all of you when we arrive on campus in late July. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us at:
I hope everyone has a great summer.
Thank you and Go Phoenix!
Gary L. Miller