The WiSys Technology Foundation celebrated its anniversary this week with a visit by foundation leadership to UW-Green Bay. An open house was co-hosted by officials including Arujun Sanga, WiSys executive director; Gary L. Miller, UW-Green Bay chancellor; and Interim UW System Vice President David Ward, CEO of NorthStar Consulting, Inc., who happens to be chairman of the board of trustees of the WiSys Technology Foundation. The mission of WiSys is to identify innovative technologies developed throughout the UW System and bring them to the marketplace. For photos.
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