Bob Wagner is an instructor in the Office of Adult and Online Studies.

“I’m born and raised in Antigo, Wisconsin. I attended Langlade County Teacher’s College for my first two years of school then transferred to University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. I graduated from there with a bachelor of science in elementary education. I attended Lesley University (Cambridge, MA) through their outreach program where I attended classes in Appleton, Wisconsin. I earned my master’s from there.

I taught elementary/middle school for 30 years in the Neenah area. In 1994 I became an adjunct instructor at Marian. In 2002, I came on-campus and joined the School of Education. I just finished by 16th year on campus.

I am now an instructor in the educational technology master’s program. I worked to recreate this program and served in a variety of roles including director of the program and co-chair. I attend all of the state technology conferences promoting the program. I also attend numerous EdCamps around Wisconsin (these are actually held around the world!)

I like the faculty, staff, and students at Marian. The academic atmosphere is very welcoming. My advice to students is get a great education and this (Marian) is the place to do it!”