Electrical engineering technology students led by Assistant Prof. M. Upal Mahfuz (Electrical Engineering) toured the Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) located in Green Bay. Students had a great opportunity to see paper converting machines and the corresponding automation systems.
A weekend story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette explains why the time is right for engineering at UW-Green Bay. “As a community, we’ve invested in infrastructure, in the Green Bay Packers and beyond. Now, it’s time to reinvest in education,” said Dean of UW-Green Bay’s College of Science and Technology, John Katers. Katers was referencing […]
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.
UW-Green Bay and its potentially new engineering school is featured in the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s magazine, Collective Impact, Summer 2017 (page 13). “…I’m proud of the investment we have made in Northeast Wisconsin to increase access to educational opportunities,” says Rep. John Nygren, in the story. “Specifically, the Joint Finance Committee approved […]
In the news last week, WTAQ interviewed UW-Green Bay Director of Engineering Technology, Prof. Patricia Terry on plans for a new $10,000,000,000 manufacturing facility at an undisclosed location in Southern Wisconsin. Foxconn’s Wisconsin location is expected to initially add 3,000 jobs, with the potential of that number growing to 13,000 over time. Terry believes UW-Green […]
On Thursday (May 25) the Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee approved a new engineering school for UW-Green Bay, an important first step in the process. Local news outlets WLUK, WBAY and WTAQ have the story.