The CATL is a center at UW-Green Bay that offers consultation, programs, workshops, book clubs and more with the goal of providing opportunities, resources and supportive communities that foster exemplary teaching, curricular innovation and professional development of the faculty.
Approval forms for curricular actions, course changes, new courses, general education program modifications, cooperative programs, off-campus degree programs, distance education programs, articulation agreements, academic unit actions, experimental course proposals, and curriculum consultations are available for download as Microsoft Word Documents.
OPID serves as a statewide faculty development resource for University of Wisconsin System institutions. It provides leadership in fostering the pursuit of effective and innovative teaching to enhance student learning for all students and promote academic quality throughout the University of Wisconsin System and beyond.
The Office of Grants and Research (OGR) advises and assists members of the UW-Green Bay Community who are engaged in scholarly and creative activities. The OGR provides information, services, and support above and beyond what is available from traditional departmental sources, so that members of the UW-Green Bay community may compete successfully for outside funding to conduct scientific research, create works of art, compose music, write books and articles, improve their performance in the classroom, and better serve their students, their professions, and the public.
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration Blog has information related to UW System grants and will include budget information as well as information related to Undergraduate Research.
The UW-Green Bay Research Council (RC) supports faculty through internal funding as an effort to enhance the ability of the university to realize its potential for distinction in research, creative, and scholarly activities in all fields of study.