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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
NEWS RELEASE
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Dr. Meg Dwyer Resigns From
Associate Vice Chancellor Position
MAILED: Oct. 2, 2001

         EAU CLAIRE — Dr. Margaret Dwyer will resign her position as associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and chief information officer at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire effective Jan. 3, 2002. She will return to a full-time teaching position in the department of accounting and finance, where she holds a tenured position.
         Plans to replace Dwyer will get under way during this fall semester, said Provost Ronald Satz.
         “It is with both regret and appreciation for work well done that I have accepted Dr. Dwyer’s resignation,” Satz said. “I am particularly grateful for the support she has given me during my initial years as Provost.”
         Dwyer will teach, advise students, and participate in committee and other assignments during the spring 2002 semester, Satz said. She also will retool and update herself in the field of accounting systems, and develop research areas in accounting information systems and new upper division courses to meet department needs, he said.
         Dwyer, who has taught most semesters during her six years of administrative service in the College of Business and Academic Affairs, said she is looking forward to returning to the classroom full time.
         “It has been a pleasure working for Academic Affairs,” Dwyer said. “I am looking forward to working with students in the College of Business again, and I wish Academic Affairs continued success in the future.”
         Dwyer initially joined UW-Eau Claire’s accounting department in 1982. She holds a doctorate from UW-Madison.
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Updated: Oct. 2, 2001