2010 University Award for
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Excellence in Institutional Development
Greg Davis ’81
Professor, Natural and Applied Science
This award recognizes Greg Davis for his service over a 23-year career in faculty leadership positions and on various University governance groups. He is credited with the “heavy work” — helping to shape policy and practice through service to groups responsible for guiding University research, graduate education, student conduct, faculty promotions, instructional development and general education. Colleagues praise his leadership and contributions to institutional development while also maintaining an active teaching schedule.
Davis is currently in his third term as chairperson of one of the University’s largest academic programs, Natural and Applied Sciences. He also chairs the disciplinary program in mathematics, which is his own area of study. He has held the top elected positions in faculty government as chairperson of the University Committee and speaker of the Faculty Senate. Colleagues recognize his work in the continual improvement of majors to the benefit of UW-Green Bay students.