Better technology means more opportunities.
We want to update UW-Green Bay so we're more in line with the modern age by improving processes and student experience, investing in new technologies, and maximizing use of current systems.
We are taking another step to advance our campus into a modern university that aligns with technologies of today and the expectations of the students we teach. That step is to embrace a culture of digital transformation. “Digital Transformation” refers to the evolution of an organization’s foundational business practices through the use of technology and data. Now, more than ever, we need to rethink, reimagine, and reinvent how we operate as a university. We must evaluate how, when, and where we are providing services to our students and to each other. Most importantly, we need to use data for informed decision-making in a highly competitive higher education landscape.
When Chancellor Alexander included his vision of Digital Transformation in the University’s 2020 strategic priorities, he set in motion steps that brought the creation of a new Technology Plan. To further empower the advancement of Digital Transformation, a cabinet-level position was created to ensure that across all aspects of the institution we are collaboratively working to achieve our goals. These bold actions have set the stage for success as we work to meet the needs of the people and industries in our region through education.
View the 2021-2024 Technology Plan
This priority will be led by Vice Chancellor Sheryl Van Gruensven and Wendy Woodward.