Tag: Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Assistant Prof. Chandna comments on local Sears closing

Last week, Sears Holdings Corporation announced it would close more than 100 of its Sears and Kmart stores across the country including Sears in Green Bay Plaza (Mason St. and Military Ave.). That store is closing in early April, with its auto center shutting down late next month. UW-Green Bay’s Assistant Prof. Vallari Chandna (Cofrin […]

Innovation in Aging kicks off innovation sprint events

The campus community is invited to kick off the Innovation in Aging innovation sprint events by attending a presentation by engineer, entrepreneur and UW-Sheboygan adjunct faculty member, Jeff Leismer (PhD) of VibeTech on Monday, Nov. 6 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Wood Hall 117. Leismer will be speaking about his experience developing healthcare products with […]

Know young entrepreneurs? Send them to CEO, Oct. 23

The first C.E.O. (Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization) student entrepreneurship organizational gathering is 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23 at the Mauthe Center. Free pizza! Meet a real entrepreneur (young FinTech entrepreneur Matthew Kee: co-founder of Upper Room Technology, Launch Wisconsin executive, and gBETA accelerator alumnus) and develop your own innovative idea further. Email soCEO@uwgb.edu if […]

Mideast initiative involves many at UW-Green Bay

As the news release (click here) indicates, the new training grant enlists involvement from across campus. Prof. Meir Russ and Assistant Dean Mike Marinetti are co-principal investigators, and the University’s international projects coordinator, Jay Harris, has been instrumental in making the application and managing the project. Harris developed the proposal in close cooperation with the […]