UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller spoke with Green Bay Press-Gazette reporter Adam Rodewald for a story on UW-Green Bay’s Program Revenue fund balances. The story ran Monday, Oct. 20 on page A-1 of the paper. You can read it here.
Chancellor Miller meets with Press-Gazette editorial board
Chancellor Gary L. Miller sat down Tuesday (Sept. 16) with the Green Bay Press-Gazette editorial board, offering his take on a variety of topics during a half-hour livestreamed interview. Editorial board members asked Miller for his impressions of campus and community, as well as the challenges and opportunities facing UW-Green Bay and higher education generally. You can watch the replay here.
Miller talks transition with Wisconsin Public Radio
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.
Chancellor interviewed live during WBAY Noon Show
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.
Press-Gazette features Miller in front-page story, online interview
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.
Miller shares background, vision during Local 5 News segment
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.