Foxconn, a Taiwanese tech company, will provide new jobs for graduates of the UW-Green Bay engineering technology program. Read the full story on the Wausau Daily Herald.
Foxconn Technology Company is opening an innovation center downtown Green Bay near the Fox River. Foxconn will employ about 200 people, and is hoping to develop and employ talent from UW-Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, St. Norbert College and others. Read the full story in Urban Milwaukee.
Richard J. Resch Foundation and Wisconsin Public Service Foundation Contributions Will Expedite Development of STEM Resources and Mechanical Engineering Degree GREEN BAY – On the heels of Friday’s unanimous UW System Board of Regents approval of a Mechanical Engineering program and other critical components of a University-Community shared vision for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and […]
UW System Board of Regents Approves Critical Components of University-Community Shared Vision for STEM GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s efforts to establish an in-region resource for developing highly needed mechanical engineering talent in Northeast Wisconsin took a gigantic step forward today (Feb. 9, 2018) with the UW System Board of Regents approving […]
Assistant Prof. Ryan Holzem (Environmental Engineering Technology) was recently published in the journal of Water Science and Technology. His paper was “Evaluating the impacts of triclosan on wastewater treatment performance during startup and acclimation.”
Electrical Engineering Technology students led by Assistant Prof. M. Upal Mahfuz recently toured the Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Corporation, a utility company in Green Bay, Wis. In Northeast and Central Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, more than 450,000 electricity customers and more than 326,000 natural gas customers receive service from the WPS. Mahfuz said the tour […]
Eileen Terry, sister of Prof. Patricia Terry (Engineering, Natural and Applied Sciences), sends images of her first grade classes at Oleson Elementary School in Houston, Texas, to thank UW-Green Bay faculty and staff who contributed more than $1,400 to help students impacted by Hurricane Harvey. In addition to some new clothes, shoes and school supplies, […]
In a feature in the September issue of Insight on Business, UW-Green Bay graduate Dessi Koss talks about her experience as one of the first graduates from the collaborative Engineering Technology degree program. Koss says this program not only changed her life, but gave her a career that she loves. The program was launched by the Northeast Wisconsin Education Resource Alliance […]
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller and dean of the College of Science and Technology, John Katers were featured in a story in the August 21, 2017 issue of The Business News about their efforts toward adding a full-scale engineering school to UWGB. “We have had fabulous support from the Green Bay area business community,” Katers said.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Patricia Terry’s (Engineering Technology) sister teaches at a poverty-stricken elementary school in Houston that was flooded, as was the surrounding neighborhood. Terry reports that the children and school are in great need. Please contact Prof. Terry if you are interested in contributing to the cause.