UWSP at Marshfield announces new leadership
FOR HUB CITY TIMES
STEVENS POINT — A new campus executive has been named at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Marshfield.
Anthony (Tony) Andrews will become UWSP at Marshfield campus executive on Jan. 9, 2023. He has 27 years of higher education in the areas of student development, enrollment management, community and government relations and alumni relations in New York. He also taught student development and political science.
He has been associate director of Leadership and Campus Programs at York College of the City University of New York since 2018. During that time, he oversaw the construction of its Center of Leadership, Service and Civic Engagement. Before that, he served in Institutional Advancement, Student Activities and Admissions for York College.
“Dr. Tony Andrews brings 29 years of expertise in higher education and community relations to the role of campus executive. His energy and enthusiasm for making connections and his history of building university/community collaborations made him a stand-out choice,” said Gretel Stock, dean of University College, which includes the Marshfield and Wausau campuses.
Andrews succeeds Michelle Boernke, who is retiring this month. She served in various roles at the Marshfield campus for 18 years and has been campus executive since 2018. “We will miss her as a tireless campus champion but know that we are in good hands with Dr. Andrews,” Stock said.
Andrews completed his doctor of education degree in executive leadership from St. John Fisher University, Rochester, N.Y., his master’s in public administration from Baruch College, New York, and his bachelor’s in political science from York College.
The campus executive leads operations and community engagement for UW-Stevens Point’s campus in Marshfield. The position is responsible for providing vision, connecting community needs to organizational capacity and supervising daily operations.
Andrews said he is excited to join the UW-Stevens Point team. “This is a great opportunity to work with highly skilled higher education professionals to advance the needs of a changing student population, and work with the city of Marshfield and the greater Wood County community to provide academic access to a constantly evolving professional population.”