The State of Wisconsin Building Commission approved a proposal to release $5 million to help fund construction of the Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus. Read the press release.
Peter Gross, an incoming Sheboygan campus freshman and Oostburg High School alumnus, started working for Kohler during his senior year in high school helping create new materials from industrial waste. His apprenticeship with Kohler’s Kitchen Product Engineering Team gave him hands-on experience for his future career, as he plans to pursue an electrical or mechanical […]
Announced yesterday, June 21, 2018, UW-Green Bay is accepting applications for its brand-new Mechanical Engineering program. Fox 11 covered the story.
University Now Offers Four Engineering Programs to Meet Student Demand and Regional Talent Needs Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay announced today it is now accepting freshmen and transfer students with freshman or sophomore status into its inaugural Mechanical Engineering program for the fall 2018 semester and beyond. “We’ve been offering the first […]
Writer Harry Maier wrote a thorough story in the March 5, 2017 issue of The Business News on the Dick Resch and WPS gifts to start-up the mechanical engineering program at UW-Green Bay, and future construction of a two-story building to serve STEM degrees and partners. You can find the story on Pages 9-11. The […]
UW-Green Bay was featured in Insight on Manufacturing magazine March 1, 2018. “Patience and precision are traits often associated with engineering. Northeast Wisconsin has needed plenty of both as it has grown industries with some of the greatest demand for engineering talent, yet struggled to secure the educational resources to attract, train and retain that […]
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 […]
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 […]
“University of Wisconsin-Green Bay announced in a press release Friday the UW-Regents have approved establishing a School of Engineering on campus. The University says it expects to begin accepting freshman into its Mechanical Engineering program for the fall 2018 semester,” reported NBC26.
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 […]