The fifth annual WiSys Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition, Feb. 25, 2020 from 4 to 6 p.m. challenges UW-Green Bay students to create innovative solutions to combat hardships and improve quality of life for an aging public. The competition gives students an opportunity to grow idea development, collaboration, and public presentation skills. Innovations are broadly defined—a product, service, social approach, etc. A competition packet and list of mentors is sent to those who register. Questions? Reach out to Brad Ricker firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryan Kauth email@example.com for more information. Register now for the Feb. 25 virtual competition! Register as an individual or as part of a team. Individuals interested in forming a team will be connected with other interested individuals that sign up to compete. See additional Information and event registration. Cash prizes.
Quick Facts about the Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition:
- Started in 2017, this year will be the 5th year of the competition.
- The competition this year is on Feb. 25, 2021 and will be held virtually for the first time
- Typically, about nine student teams (25-40 students) compete each year
- The competition is a collaboration between UW-Green Bay and WiSys Technology Foundation (www.wisys.org)