Tag: drone

Drone interest group

A Drone Interest Group is forming. It’s a discussion group for those interested in drone technology, and is meant to connect the interested individuals, as well as to educate the campus on what drones are, laws surrounding them, and more. The group meets biweekly at 5 p.m. in MAC 212, and discusses topics selected by group […]

Student inventor and ‘tinkerer’ facilitates drone research at UWGB

Cody Becker flying drone camera

With a combination of his own inventiveness and ingenuity, and support from UW‑Green Bay faculty, sophomore Cody Becker is using high-impact experiences to uniquely tackle a local problem (invasive plants) while preparing himself for the evolving demands of the contemporary workplace. UW‑Green Bay sophomore Cody Becker is a self-proclaimed tinkerer and inventor with an entrepreneurial spirit. […]

UW-Green Bay at Posters in the Rotunda 2016

2016 Posters in the Rotunda

Congratulations to the nine UWGB students nominated to discuss their research to State legislators and UW System and institutional leaders at the 13th annual “Posters in the Rotunda,” in Madison on Wednesday, April 13. The annual research symposium brings students and faculty from UW System campuses to Madison to share their research findings on a […]

Record number of scholarship funds presented to science students

GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay honored some of its top science scholars Friday, Jan. 29, with more than $32,900 in scholarship funding presented to 30 recipients. Flanked by parents, faculty members and donors, students were recognized for high grades, outstanding scholarship, innovative research and overall academic excellence. Receiving awards: Cody Becker (So. […]

Droning message

Already emailed campuswide but repeated here for the record:  UW-Green Bay’s Office of Public Safety is advising students, staff and faculty to be aware of the general FAA regulations governing so-called “drones.” (The unmanned aircraft are expected to go mainstream this Christmas with thousands, millions or more of the remote-controlled devices sold to amateurs nationwide.) […]