Denise Bartell

Denise Bartell

Dr Student Success & Engmnt

MAC C317

Denise Bartell is the Director of Student Success & Engagement at UW Green Bay. In this role, she works to maximize outcomes for all students and improve equity of access and outcomes for historically underserved students. In addition to serving as Director of the GPS Program, Dr. Bartell supports the First Year Seminar program, leads the Peer Mentor for First Year Seminars program, oversees the Phoenix Emergency Grant and Early Alert programs, and generally works to support programs and initiatives across campus that help students to achieve their college goals. Dr Bartell conducts research on the factors that support college success and promote equity in college access and outcomes for historically underrepresented students. She regularly presents and publishes on this work, and leads workshops around the country to help other campuses develop assets-focused, equity-minded student success programs. Previously a member of the Human Development faculty at UW Green Bay, Dr. Bartell taught courses on emerging adult development, romantic and family relationships, and research methods. She was also active in the field of relationship education, working on multiple projects to reduce risky romantic and sexual behavior in college students. Dr. Bartell holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development from Cornell University, and a Master’s and PhD in Human Development and Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin.