Gov. Scott Walker attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the new STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018 at 1 p.m. Read more in the New Richmond News.
The state of Wisconsin is investing $5 million into a new STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay. WIsconsin Public Radio has the story.
The ceremonial groundbreaking for the STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay took place on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. See more from the Fox 11 coverage.
Construction begins this week on the new STEM Innovation Center and extends through August 2019. Miron Construction is the general contractor for the project and will be placing fencing around the construction site and parking areas. All construction traffic will be entering and exiting the campus via South Circle Drive and Leon Bond Drive. Heavy […]
Five million dollars in state funding was approved by the State Building Commission to the building of the Brown County STEM center on UW-Green Bay campus. See Wearegreenbay.com.
The State Building Commission of Wisconsin has approved $5 million in funds to the building of the STEM Innovation Center on UW-Green Bay campus. WBAY has the story.
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.
Senator Robert Cowles (R-Green Bay) released a statement concerning the STEM center funding approval. Read the statement on Wispolitics.
On Wednesday, July 11 2018, the Department of Public Instruction granted $900,000 to Green Bay Area Public Schools to launch a charter school in Green Bay called NEW School of Innovation. UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller sees the new addition as a sign of future. See more from WBAY.
Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation, the newest addition to Green Bay’s growing efforts towards a technology-based education system, will look to partner with UW-Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. See more at WTAQ.