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.
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The magazine issue is available for download as a pdf.
The announcement on Monday, June 2 that Gary L. Miller has been named the next chancellor of UW-Green Bay received considerable media coverage locally, as news outlets heard from the chancellor-designate and others during an afternoon press conference. Chancellor-designate Miller spoke via telephone about his plans for transition, his thoughts on issues facing higher education, his desire to innovate and partner with the community, and much more. Also joining via telephone was Chancellor Tom Harden, while Regent Tim Higgins and Search and Screen Committee members Cheryl Grosso and Jennifer Mokren attended in person.
Included in the coverage is Tuesday’s Green Bay Press-Gazette editorial, which says Miller’s track record with campus and community ties makes him a good fit for UW-Green Bay’s top job. Read the editorial.