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Thursday, June 08, 2023

Wiley announces staffing changes

In addition to making departmental changes and listing priorities UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley made three personnel changes at a press conference Wednesday, offering promotions to his former special assistant and to UW-Madison Medical School Dean Phillip Farrell. 




Wiley announced that Casey Nagy, his former executive assistant, would also travel to the chancellor's office to serve as executive assistant. 




Nagy, who begins his new position Feb. 15, will oversee the day-to-day operations of the chancellor's office. He has worked with Wiley since 1994. 




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Henry S. Lufler Jr., who was executive assistant to former Chancellor David Ward, will return to the School of Education. He is the associate dean of the school and the managing director of the Wisconsin Center for Advancement of Postsecondary Education. 




Meanwhile, Dean Farrell will also now serve as vice chancellor for medical affairs. The position makes Farrell the point person for medical-related issues at the university. Farrell said he would enhance relationships between the UW Hospital and Clinics, the Medical School and the UW Medical Foundation. 




\It's an expansion of responsibility,"" he said. ""I welcome this opportunity because we have a group of academic positions that are deeply dedicated to scholarship and to the community."" 




Farrell has been a faculty member at the UW-Madison Medical School for 24 years. He has led the school through a curriculum revision and strategic planning process.  




Additionally, senior Special Assistant and Director of State Relations Charles Hoslet will chair a campus university relations team, which would help the chancellor work on broad campus initiatives.

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