Over the course of the past year, a new Campus Master Plan has been prepared for the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. The Plan accurately reﬂects goals and objectives identiﬁed by the campus community. The Master Plan presented here serves as a detailed framework designed to guide the institution in future decisions, especially about the carrying capacity of the campus.
This Master Plan Document was developed in con-junction with UW-Green Bay, University of Wisconsin System Administration and the State of Wisconsin Division of State Facilities. The Master Plan was initiated in March 2004 by a process of participation and consensus building with both on and off -campus constituents. Participants in the Master Plan development process included representatives from the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay administrative and support staff , faculty, facilities management, and student body; the City of Green Bay, Town of Scott, and Brown County; representatives of key university support groups; neighbors and adjacent landowners including University Village Housing Inc (UVHI); University of Wisconsin System Administration; and the State of Wisconsin Division of State Facilities.
Dean Rodeheaver, Assistant Chancellor for Planning and Budget at UW-Green Bay provided project coordination and invaluable on-going assistance. Joe Sokal served as Project Manager from the State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration Division of State Facilities (DSF) . Maura Donnelly and Jim Albers provided input from the University of Wisconsin System Administration (UWSA). An ad hoc Campus Master Planning Committee also participated in guiding the development process and review of the Master Plan. Planning Committee members are:
- Tom Maki – UW-Green Bay, Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance
- Dean Rodeheaver – UW-Green Bay, Assistant Chancellor for Planning and Budget
- Sue Hammersmith – UW-Green Bay, Provost
- Les Raduenz – UW-Green Bay, Director of Facilities Management
- Paul Pinkston – UW-Green Bay, Planning Analyst for Facilities Management
Chancellor Bruce Shepard and the administrative staff of UW-Green Bay deserve special recognition for their support and encouragement of the master planning process. For all those not specifically mentioned who participated in the input sessions, cam-pus presentations, and development of this Master Plan, your time, thoughtfulness, and feedback are greatly appreciated and valued.