Former UW-Green Bay students turned inventors discuss the innovation process
Former UW-Green Bay students Adam Jensen, Rosalyn Stoa, and Katherine Mikhail were recently interviewed by The Innovators’ Tribune about their experience innovating at UW-Green Bay as part of the Innovation Competition in 2018. This talented team invented a specialized cup designed to help individuals with hand tremors. The cup has a battery-operated gyroscope (a device used for measuring and maintaining orientation and angular velocity) to create stability of the cup. The group won the Innovation Competition at UW-Green Bay, went on to the WiSys Big Idea Competition, and now have a patent for their invention.
For those interested, this years Innovation On-ramp Competition is on February 15 (4-6 pm) in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center. Help cheer on the six student teams that will share their innovations!
To read the full article on the 2018 champs, click here.