Assistant Teaching Professor, Writing Foundations

The Writing Foundations program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks applicants for an Assistant Teaching Professor position in Writing Foundations, which is comprised of first-year writing, rhetoric/argumentation, and creative nonfiction. Preference will be given to applicants who have specialty or sub-specialty in New Media Studies, Film, Journalism, Professional Writing, or Graphic Narrative Studies.

This position will contribute to an academic program that strikes a balance between teacher autonomy and programmatic support. Our program is progressive, flexible, and collegial. Primary teaching load will be taught in-person on Green Bay campus, but the successful candidate must be available to teach on our Sheboygan/Manitowoc campuses as needed and must have experience with all virtual modalities. Experience integrating generative AI in the classroom is preferred.

This position will be responsible for enhancing UW-Green Bay’s mission-driven inclusive teaching efforts and creating and maintaining an educational environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates those with diverse identities, beliefs, and cultural backgrounds.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, April 28, 2024.

Student Success Data & Retention Specialist

This position reports to Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Access and Success and analyzes, plans, and creates complex data and report sets for academic and/or university program planning.

The Student Success Data and Retention Strategist will support UW-Green Bay student success by collecting, analyzing and presenting data in order to make recommendations to improve student success and retention. The position will work collaboratively across the university to analyze data and determine efficacy of student success initiatives and resources in order to identify opportunities for improvement. The specialist will collaborate with UW-Green Bay’s four colleges and other departments to provide and analyze student success data specific to their areas. This position will lead UW-Green Bay’s Coordinated Care team, maintain and initiate processes to keep Navigate up to date, liaison with EAB technical support and respond to training requests as needed.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, May 5, 2024.

Employee Appreciation Week 2024!

Each spring, we set aside time in the form of Employee Appreciation Week to intentionally honor, recognize, and show appreciation for all of the wonderful work performed by faculty and staff across the four UW-Green Bay campuses. During this Employee Appreciation Week (May 6 – 10), we celebrate the impactful contributions of our faculty and staff, which make UW-Green Bay a dynamic and engaging place of living, learning, and working for our students. As a measure of thanks, we enthusiastically encourage employees to take part in the below events happening on the campuses and virtually throughout the week.

Be sure to check back for updates and more details as we work to finalize details!

Sign up is required for several events. Please use the links provided.

** Please note below that Goat Flow for Manitowoc and Green Bay is taking place the week before Employee Appreciation Week due to scheduling availability. Goat Flow for Marinette will take place on April 25th. 

Thursday, April 25
Goat Flow Marinette Schmidtke Terrace (located just outside of the Student Union). Co-Sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Healthy Choices Task Force, and UREC
1:00 pm Flow class
2:00 pm Petting goats (no class)

Wednesday, May 1
Goat Flow Manitowoc located on the Lakeside Patio Area Co-Sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Healthy Choices Task Force, and UREC
1:00 pm Flow class
2:00 pm Petting goats (no class)

Thursday, May 2
Goat Flow Green Bay Phoenix Park (outside Union, toward Residence Halls, Co-Sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Healthy Choices Task Force, and UREC
1:00 pm Flow class
2:00 pm Flow class
3:00 pm Petting goats (no class)
RAIN DATE: Friday, May 3rd

Friday, May 3

End of the Year Celebration at the Shorewood Center, Sponsored by Student Engagement and Housing and Residential Education
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Carnival Games, Dunk Tank, Chalk Art, UREC Outdoors Kayak and Bike Events & Food
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Face Painting, Caricature Artists
7:00 pm – Live Concert from Telehope
8:15 pm – Fireworks

Food Truck Friday – Taqueria Maldonado’s, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm in the University Union Visitor Parking Lot

 

All Week May 6-10
I Appreciate U! Praises for employees or departments posted on the HR Facebook page. Send your praises to Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu. 

Fill-In-The-Blank Notes and pre-printed versions are available in the HR Office.

Heirloom Plant SalThe annual heirloom plant sale is a UW-Green Bay tradition entering its 27th year. Supporters of the sale help contribute to the long-term preservation of heirloom plants, while also funding educational opportunities. Visit the Heirloom Plant Sale website to pre-order your plants.
Sale Dates: May 10-11, 2024
You can browse the greenhouse and buy plants without placing any orders. These will also be the dates for picking up online pre-orders.

Preferred Parking Sign up for a chance to be one of three (3) employees who get to park in a 15 minute or visitor parking spot for one day.

Winners: SIGN-UP LINK 

10% off catering orders for any office catering that is booked for June-August during Employee Appreciation Week (May 6-10), they will receive 10% off their order ($50 minimum order) – Chartwells

 

Monday, May 6
Goat Flow Sheboygan located on the lawn/field to west of gym near 3 pine trees. Co-Sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Healthy Choices Task Force, and UREC
1:00 pm Flow class
2:00 pm Petting goats (no class)

Sheboygan Campus Employee Massages with Josie, 10:00 am to 11:45 am, Recharge Lounge 2221
SIGN-UP LINK

Marinette Campus Employee Massages with Jessy, 10:00 am to 12:45 pm, Recharge Lounge M158
SIGN-UP LINK

Melt your Monday Blues Away! $2 off any melt combo (fries + drink) – Chartwells

Treats and Lemonade at Green Bay sponsored by The Provost Office
Location: 1965 Room, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Treats with HR (Rachel & Stella) at Manitowoc (morning) & Sheboygan (afternoon)
Manitowoc Room Location:
Room F117
Sheboygan Room Location:
Room 2206

Treats with HR (Julie & Abi) at Marinette (morning)
Room Location:
Room M125

Tuesday, May 7
Faculty and Staff Cookout 11:30 am – 1:15 pm, Program at 12:00 pm streaming via Teams Live
Green Bay: Kress Events Center, Dick Bennett Gym – Catered by Chartwells
Sheboygan: Room 2114 (Phoenix Room) – Catered by Parker Johns
Manitowoc: Room F170 – Catered by Parker Johns
Marinette: Room M117 – Catered by Tasty Traveler

2 for Tuesday! Any two bottled beverages for $4 (Pepsi products only) – Chartwells

Wednesday, May 8
Green Bay Campus Employee Massages with Lindsay, 9:00 am to 1:45pm, Wood Hall, WH441
SIGN UP LINK 

Manitowoc Campus Employee Massages with Gina, 10:00 am to 1:30 pm, Recharge Lounge H141
SIGN-UP LINK 

Win it Wednesday! In the Coffee Shop, “Guess how many” for a jar of candy and a $10 coffee house card – Chartwells

Karaoke in the Phoenix Club, 11:45 am to 1:15 pm
Phoenix Club lunch special (while supplies last): 2 sodas and 12″ pizza for $8
SIGN-UP AND MORE DETAILS TO COME!

2nd and 3rd Shift Party, 10:00 pm, Kress Events Center Special Events Room

Thursday, May 9
Lunch with Leadership 12:00 – 1:00 pm Chancellor’s Conference Room
5 Employees will be selected to have lunch with members of Leadership 

Winners: SIGN-UP LINK

Thirsty Thursday! Save $1 on all coffee house drinks – Chartwells

Mascot Workout w/Phlash, Sponsored by Well Wisconsin – virtual option available (eligible for your Well-Being Activity toward your $150 Wellness Incentive) – REGISTRATION LINK AND MORE DETAILS COMING SOON!
1:00 – 1:30 pm Zumba
2:00 – 2:30 pm Yoga

Friday, May 10
Free Friday! Drip coffee in the Garden Cafe & $5.00 Friday in Social House for lunch meal period – Chartwells

Thank you for all you do!

There is no UWGB without U!

UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Week is an annual employee recognition event organized by Human Resources. If you have any questions, contact Beverly Majewski at majewskb@uwgb.edu.

Save the Date: Communicating Change to Employees

Save the Date – 04/16/2024!

Acentra Health EAP-WI is excited to invite you to participate in our upcoming session on Communicating Change to Employees delivered by subject matter expert, James Thomas, a sought-after professional with years of experience in this topic. James Thomas will give you the opportunity to engage directly with all of your questions and comments will be responded to in a manner which is appropriate for this session. We are excited to bring you this session and are confident that you will find it well worth your time.

Session Description: Does your staff dread change? This program will identify the kinds of changes organizations face, describe how to develop a communication plan, and explore the importance of positivity and proactivity in response to resistance. Participants will leave this session better equipped how to communicate change successfully with empathy, active listening skills, and flexibility.

Topic: Communicating Change to Employees
Client: UW Green Bay
Date/Time: 04/16/2024, 11:00 AM
ID: ACENTRA100906

CLICK HERE TO ATTEND!

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code:

Password: GsHuKgtx575

Meet your Facilitator: Dr. James Thomas

Dr. James Thomas began his career working in higher education over a decade ago as a graduate student. James started off his career in higher education in the division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management as an advisor of a mentoring program that assists minority students in navigating their way through college. Additionally, James has served as a coordinator of a service-learning program which generates over 1000 hours of volunteer hours each semester through facilitating volunteer opportunities for students in their local community. Throughout the experience in higher education, James developed a passion for student mentorship, development and success. In 2016, James transitioned into an academic role in the arena of Academic Affairs, serving as a lecturer/professor for the last six years.

With experience of serving in several higher education roles, James has experience in topics of diversity and inclusion, civic and community engagement, social justice/advocacy, and mentorship for student success. James also has experience in community organizing, with an emphasis in relationship building within communities and resource allocation. Additionally, James has experience in the field of research exploring the health behaviors and disparities of college students and minority populations. As a public health professional, James uses research as an advocacy tool to close the gaps in health disparities and to build cultural competence in the health field.

James received his Bachelors (’13) Masters (’15), and Doctorate (’21) in public health from Georgia Southern University.

Video Bio: https://balancinglifesissues.hiringplatform.com/p/yU3C9fyUkdZ7/6359262-james-thomas

Assistant Professor – Biology

The Department of Natural and Applied Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in Biology. Candidates with expertise in conservation biology and applications to Geographic Information Systems are encouraged to apply.

The successful applicant will contribute to a highly interdisciplinary academic unit that includes environmental scientists, biologists, chemists, physicists, and geoscientists. They will also be supporting the expansion of a newly created Collaborative Online M.S. Program in Biodiversity Conservation and Management.

This position will be responsible for enhancing UW-Green Bay’s mission-driven inclusive teaching efforts and creating and maintaining an educational environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates those with diverse identities, beliefs, and cultural backgrounds.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, April 28, 2024.

Assistant Teaching Professor – Psychology

The Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks applicants for an Assistant Teaching Professor position in Psychology. Candidates with a background in Forensic Psychology or related field are encouraged to apply.

The successful applicant will contribute to an academic unit which prioritizes teaching and fosters student success within our access mission.

This position will be responsible for enhancing UW-Green Bay’s mission-driven inclusive teaching efforts and creating and maintaining an educational environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates those with diverse identities, beliefs, and cultural backgrounds.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, April 15, 2024.

Deadline Extended: Administrative Services Professional (1 Year Appointment)

This position reports to the Director, Wisconsin Training Registries and provides administrative support for the Wisconsin Training Registries within the Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Training.

This position is responsible for providing a high level of customer service for the Wisconsin Training Registries. As a liaison with internal and external people, this position interacts with a diverse audience of individuals and organizations by communicating procedural information, interpreting and implementing System regulations and policies, and resolving complex problems as they occur.  Administrative support includes registration, billing, payment, updating website and coordinating program logistics. The position calls for a highly organized, flexible, and self-directed individual with excellent customer service skills.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, March 24, 2024.

Associate Director, Dual Enrollment Services

This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Access & Success and assists in development of policy and procedures, oversight of day-to-day operations, budget and scholarship coordination, and staff supervision for a pre-college program in support of preparing individuals to be successful in their higher education endeavors.

This position will develop, grow and manage UW-Green Bay’s dual enrollment programs including and not limited to College Credit in High School (CCIHS), Early College Credit Program (ECCP), and the Dual Enrollment Access Academy (Academy). The Associate Director collaborates across all UW-Green Bay precollege programs in order to share opportunities with school district and community partners to promote stable and productive relationships between the university and community. This highly collaborative position provides guidance and oversight for program planning, implementation and evaluation, monitoring of program budgets and expenditures, and ensuring programs are accessible for diverse audiences. This position serves as the supervisor for dual enrollment program staff.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Tuesday, March 19, 2024.

Save the Date: Resiliency – Looking Back and Looking Forward

Save the Date – 02/29/2024!

Session Description: As we all know, the past few years brought change, transitions, joy and losses. This class will allow you to reflect, learn from your experiences and exhale, as you shift your focus toward the future and on positive growth. This session will be interactive as we will discuss how to move forward while acknowledging what we have experienced.

Topic: Resiliency – Looking Back and Looking Forward
Client: State of WI/ UW Green Bay
Date/Time: 02/29/2024, 3:00 PM
ID:ACENTRA100905

CLICK HERE TO ATTEND!

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code:

Password: tpCYJmj5G25

Meet your Facilitator: Dr. James Thomas

Dr. James Thomas began his career working in higher education over a decade ago as a graduate student. James started off his career in higher education in the division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management as an advisor of a mentoring program that assists minority students in navigating their way through college. Additionally, James has served as a coordinator of a service-learning program which generates over 1000 hours of volunteer hours each semester through facilitating volunteer opportunities for students in their local community. Throughout the experience in higher education, James developed a passion for student mentorship, development and success. In 2016, James transitioned into an academic role in the arena of Academic Affairs, serving as a lecturer/professor for the last six years.

With experience of serving in several higher education roles, James has experience in topics of diversity and inclusion, civic and community engagement, social justice/advocacy, and mentorship for student success. James also has experience in community organizing, with an emphasis in relationship building within communities and resource allocation. Additionally, James has experience in the field of research exploring the health behaviors and disparities of college students and minority populations. As a public health professional, James uses research as an advocacy tool to close the gaps in health disparities and to build cultural competence in the health field.

James received his Bachelors (’13) Masters (’15), and Doctorate (’21) in public health from Georgia Southern University.

Video Bio: https://balancinglifesissues.hiringplatform.com/p/yU3C9fyUkdZ7/6359262-james-thomas

Administrative Services Professional (1 Year Appointment)

This position reports to the Director, Wisconsin Training Registries and provides administrative support for the Wisconsin Training Registries within the Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Training.

This position is responsible for providing a high level of customer service for the Wisconsin Training Registries. As a liaison with internal and external people, this position interacts with a diverse audience of individuals and organizations by communicating procedural information, interpreting and implementing System regulations and policies, and resolving complex problems as they occur.  Administrative support includes registration, billing, payment, updating website and coordinating program logistics. The position calls for a highly organized, flexible, and self-directed individual with excellent customer service skills.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, February 25, 2024.