Former U.S. Rep. Mark Neumann made a campaign stop at UW-Green Bay Tuesday (June 29) to talk about the future of higher education. The Republican gubernatorial candidate announced his plan to create “research triangles” in the state. Neumann’s plan is similar to one in North Carolina where colleges and universities work closely with economic development advisers to attract businesses. Here’s more on the visit from the Green Bay Press-Gazette and video of the visit from WFRV-TV, click here.
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9 Jan, 2020