Grab a tissue as you watch another fantastic group of UW-Green Bay students experience what is likely one of their most anticipated days of college — commencement. In this video, Terisa Batrez (Social Work), Ryan Ewert (Engineering Technology) and Destany Calma-Birling (Psychology) share their experiences and their excitement for the future.
Fox 11 news spent some time on campus last Saturday, May 13, 2017, reporting on UW-Green Bay Commencement. The news source focused its coverage on the University’s fastest-growing program, Engineering Technology and the job market for engineering grads, interviewing Dean John Katers (College of Science and Technology) and graduate Ryan Ewert.
The Chamber of Commerce Strategic Framework, the proposed Phoenix Innovation Park and new engineering programs at UW-Green Bay, gives Northeast Wisconsin a unique opportunity to significantly advance the economy of this region in the next decade. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller penned a piece for the Chamber’s Collective Impact. Read “Engineering Fuels Greater Green Bay’s […]
Assistant Prof. M.U. Mahfuz (Engineering Technology) has collaborated on two recent articles: U. Mahfuz, D. Makrakis, and H. T. Mouftah, “Concentration-Encoded Molecular Communication in Nanonetworks. Part 1: Fundamentals, Issues, and Challenges,” in Modeling, Methodologies and Tools for Molecular and Nano-scale Communications, Eds. Junichi Suzuki, Tadashi Nakano, and Michael J. Moore, Volume 9 of the series […]
UW-Green Bay College of Science and Technology Dean John Katers was at Southern Door this week for a big announcement and was interviewed for the story about nurturing the pipeline for high-demand careers. (See the second of the two stories posted on the WBAY webpage for the Katers interview.) Congratulations to Southern Door High School […]
Members of campus and the community were welcome to view a mobile engineering lab, Wednesday (April 19), built by Turbine Technologies. This climate-controlled lab houses equipment used in educational institutions all over the world. Engineering Technology faculty and students were the prime audience. For more, see the Turbine Technologies’ post on the new mobile training […]
Turbine Technologies, a Wisconsin-based company, has built a mobile engineering and technology laboratory. This climate controlled laboratory houses equipment which is used in educational institutions all over the world. The UW-Green Bay Engineering Technology program has invited the company to display and demo this mobile laboratory to UW-Green Bay students and faculty. The public is […]