Tag: mechanical engineering

WPR: ‘UW-Green Bay announces new Mechanical Engineering program’

Wisconsin Public Radio ran an extensive story about UW-Green Bay’s new Mechanical Engineering program. “The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has announced a new mechanical engineering program, funded in part by a $5 million private donation. The gift comes from Richard Resch, CEO of the Green Bay-based office furniture manufacturer KI and the new school will […]

UW-Green Bay names expanded engineering school for Dick Resch

KI Chairman and CEO Dick Resch on Monday announced a $5 million donation from his foundation to the UW-Green Bay’s engineering program. The Green Bay Press-Gazette covered the story. “UW-Green Bay will name its expanded engineering program the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering in appreciation for Resch’s gift. The Wisconsin Public Service Foundation also announced […]

WBAY – UW-Green Bay engineering school approved

WBAY featured the new engineering school in a story last week, quoting Dean John Katers and Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, who says the school will “create economic development for years to come.“ …”I’m excited to get to the next step in this venture when we begin construction on the home for this engineering school […]

Publication of Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, Intl., shares engineering news

“Following the University of Wisconsin (UW) System Board of Regents’ approval of a mechanical engineering program and other components of a university/community shared vision for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) at UW-Green Bay, the university and two community partners have shared details on how they plan to move the program from concept to reality, […]

Informational meeting on new STEM building is Thursday, Feb. 15

UW-Green Bay and Brown County are actively engaged in planning and constructing a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) building on campus. There will be on open, informational meeting on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 at 6 p.m. in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Room 204, for public comment. The tenants of the building include Brown […]