The Founders Association award honoring Ashmann for excellence in institutional development noted his commitment to his department, the University, the community and his profession. He earned compliments for his leadership contributions to his unit, the Professional Program in Education, including integral curricular changes that have enhanced UW-Green Bay’s well-regarded teacher preparation program. To advance the importance of his research and expertise in the area of science education, he has promoted initiatives including the Einstein Project, continuing education for K-12 science teachers, and the environmentally driven kindergarten to be located at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.
An associate professor of Education, Ashmann joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 2003. He earned a Ph.D. from Michigan State University in curriculum, teaching and educational policy with an emphasis in science education. His bachelor’s degree is from UW-Green Bay, where he majored in Chemistry and Education with a minor in Science and Environmental Change.
Original post by Christopher Sampson, University Communications
A warm welcome is extended to new faculty and staff who have joined the College of Professional Studies within the last few months:
- Christin DePouw, Assistant Professor, Professional Program in Education
- Becky Hovarter, Lecturer, Professional Programs in Nursing
- Cindy VanDyke, Advisor/Practicum Coordinator, Professional Programs in Nursing
- Heather Herdman, Researcher, Professional Programs in Nursing
- Kristy Pahl, Trainer, NEW Partnership for Children and Families
- Melissa Steeber, University Services Program Associate, Institute for Learning Partnership
UW-Green Bay alum, Kristi Cutts, a Family Living Educator for Winnebago County, UW-Extension, is a member of team receiving the Award for Excellence from UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Ray Cross on September 12, 2013. Ms. Cutts is a recent graduate of Education’s Masters of Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning program.
The Award for Excellence recognizes outstanding performance and contributions by classified staff, academic staff and faculty (individuals or teams/groups) in UW Colleges, UW-Extension and other UW institutions involved with programs budgeted with UW College or UW-Extension funds.
Ms. Cutts and three colleagues will receive the award in Madison on September 12th in recognition of their collaborative efforts to implement the Rent Smart program to improve the lives of citizens in their counties. Congratulations!