Thanksgiving Wishes

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller e-mailed the following message to trustees, faculty, staff and students on Monday, November 23, 2015.


As we approach Thanksgiving, Georgia and I are reminded of how fortunate we are to have family and friends and to be on this great journey with all of you.  We hope each of you will find time to relax and have fun with those close to you over this Thanksgiving weekend.   Thank you all for your work and your commitment to this university and this great community.

Georgia and I ask you to join us in thinking about the many around us and around the world who are less fortunate than all of us and most especially, those who, because of circumstances beyond their control, are not able to live in peace.  Thank you.


Gary L. Miller

Campus Reorganization

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller e-mailed the following message to faculty and staff on Tuesday, November 17, 2015.

Dear Colleagues,

I am deeply appreciative of the support of the Faculty Senate and the University Committee for the campus reorganization.  We will present the proposal to the Board of Regents at their December meeting.  As we implement the new organization in the spring semester we will continue to consult closely with the shared governance groups and academic units.

This is an exciting time for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.  I am excited to be moving forward with you.

Thank you all.


Message from the Chancellor

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller e-mailed the following message to students, faculty and staff on Thursday, November 13, 2015.

The recent events at the University of Missouri and elsewhere in the American Academy remind me of the importance of our commitment to diversity and tolerance, and our obligation to provide a welcoming and supportive campus for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.  I hope you will join me in reaffirming these values.

I encourage you to engage each other and our students in discussions about the important issues of our time and to advance ideas and concerns that will help us improve our programs and our campus environment.  The free exchange of ideas and perspectives are founding principles of UWGB that will serve us well in this time.

Thank you and Go Phoenix!