Dr. Amber Handy

Associate Vice Provost
Office: Wyllie L245, inside the library

Dr. Amber Handy is Associate Vice Provost at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. She leads the Center for Excellence in Inclusive Teaching & Learning and collaborates with colleagues from across the institution on diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice initiatives to create a more inclusive campus climate and to improve student success. Previously, she was associate professor of history and founding director of the Kossen Center for Teaching & Learning at Mississippi University for Women, where as a Wisconsin native she never fully acclimated to the Mississippi summers. When the opportunity arises she enjoys getting back into the classroom to share her love of medieval and gender history, and the ocassional bad pun, with students.

Amber has extensive experience supporting an ethnically, culturally, and socio-economically diverse student body as both a faculty member and administrator, and has extended her work beyond campus by presenting and writing on active learning and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. She holds a Ph.D. in History with a doctoral minor in Gender Studies from the University of Notre Dame, an M.Phil. in Medieval History from Trinity College, Dublin, and a B.A. in Medieval Studies from Mount Holyoke College.

Lisa Crumble

Administrative Assistant
Office: Wyllie L343

Maggie Loney

Instructional Designer
Office: Wyllie 107A

Maggie Loney is an instructional designer at UW-Parkside. She works primarily with faculty and staff to assist in the course development process, focusing specifically on online teaching and learning. She also teaches an online course for the Communication Department, Writing for Multimedia, a 200-level introduction to journalism course.

When Maggie isn't at Parkside, you can typically find her at Lambeau Field. She married her now-husband there (who's a Cleveland Browns fan!) and has season tickets. She also has her own Packers podcast called Pack's What She Said. In addition to football, Maggie loves to try new craft beers and go on adventures with her son Vinny.

Hannah Ingram

Instructional Designer
Office: Wyllie 107A

Hannah Ingram is an instructional designer at UW-Parkside. Her work consists of support for Canvas, Kaltura, and Zoom, and making sure that those programs are accessible for students and instructors. 

In her spare time, Hannah loves to explore abandoned and haunted places around the country. Her favorite locations so far have been the Lizzie Borden House, the Ohio State Reformatory, and the Eastern State Penitentiary. Yes, ghosts were found. In addition to ghost hunting, she loves to spend time with her husband and their pets, Egon who is a pitt lab mix, and their two cats Lilly and Steve.

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