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Our IT Team

Our IT staff collaborates to manage our email systems, servers, network and website, ensuring UW-Green Bay’s technological needs are met. Below is a quick break down of our teams and what each team member does to keep UW-Green Bay moving forward.

Chief Information Officer (CIO)

The role of CIO continues to change as technology evolves over time. We look to our CIO to provide leadership, organization and strategic responsibilities in a hectic landscape of higher education and IT growth.

Technology Support Services

Our Technology Support Services team are the people that the majority of campus knows. They are some of the friendly faces behind helpdesk@uwgb.edu who help troubleshoot computer and software problems. The team also keeps our hardware up to date and teaches the campus community about new technologies.

Our networking team is responsible for keeping everything operational. They are the backbone of the Information Technology team. They do so much for UW-Green Bay from configuring servers, routers and WiFi to updating, installing and configuring software. We seek their help if we need help troubleshooting. Are you having a networking problem? Contact us and we'll get to the bottom of it.

Information Security

The IT Security team monitors technology systems for illicit actives, investigates data security breaches and educates our UW-Green Bay community on the importance of digital security.

Enterprise Applications and Integration

The Information Systems team is responsible for massive applications on campus like SIS, Canvas, Salesforce and the UW-Green Bay website. They work closely with campus departments like Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Billing Resources to support their technology needs. The team is made up of developers and business analysts who create and troubleshoot systems.

Portfolio and Project Management

The Portfolio and Project Management team manages our overall service plan and project list. They work with teams both on-and-off-campus to organize plans, facilitate progress and support projects. The Project Management team assists throughout the entire project lifecycle, whether it's a small idea, an enhancement request, or a large and complex project.