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Moxie: One Woman’s Version | Kelly Ellis | TEDxUWGreenBay

Moxie: One Woman’s Version | Kelly Ellis | TEDxUWGreenBay While bouncing back from a few hard knocks, Kelly Ellis realized that the power to have a great life had been with her all along. In her talk, Ellis defines moxie as the intersection of grit, gumption and self-awareness and shares a real life example of […]

UW-Green Bay helps Girl Scouts earn ‘Wonders of Water’ badge

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NEW Water and UW-Green Bay teamed up to help more than 60 Girl Scouts from around Wisconsin earn their “Wonders of Water” badge on Nov. 10.  Activities included learning about the infamous water bear microorganism and watching them swim under microscopes; learning about cleaning water by making water filters; learning about aquatic life in “Who’s […]

UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus marks centennial of WWI Armistice

In honor of the centennial of the WWI Armistice, the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus hosted the presentation of “World War I: Wisconsin, Michigan and the 32nd Red Arrow Division,” which was led by Associate Prof. Dan Kallgren (History) and Associate Prof. Keith West (Geoscience). The Eagle Herald featured the program as its lead story.

Timing Is Everything | Lorenzo Lones | TEDxUWGreenBay

Timing Is Everything | Lorenzo Lones | TEDxUWGreenBay Timing is often overlooked. Its never really considered to play a significant role in day-to-day life. In this talk, Lorenzo combines a personal story with research conducted at Washington University in St. Louis to explain why Timing is Everything. Lorenzo Lones is a neuroscience Ph.D. student at […]

Why Every Engineer Needs to Know Something About Business | Anne Schauer-Gimenez | TEDxUWGreenBay

Why Every Engineer Needs to Know Something About Business | Anne Schauer-Gimenez | TEDxUWGreenBay After complaining about a challenging assignment, Anne Schauer-Gimenez was told in graduate school, “every engineer needs to know something about running a business.” In this TEDx talk, Schauer-Gimenez describes her journey from engineering into business. By starting a company, Mango Materials, […]

Congratulations, Marinette/Menominee on Top 20 recognition!

Congratulations to the Marinette/Menominee community — named Top 20 on the Small Business Revolution Contest! “The Small Business Revolution is on a mission to revitalize small towns, one small business at a time. Each season, America chooses a winning town… and a few businesses get a makeover of a lifetime. During the call for nominations […]

Faculty note: Holzem and Katers publications

Eric Short ’17 (Environmental Engineering Technology), along with Ryan Holzem, Ph.D. former faculty member in engineering technology at UW-Green Bay, had an article published as part of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2018 through the American Society of Civil Engineers.  The article is entitled “Evaluating the Potential of Using Portable Probes for the […]

Discovering new antibiotics is focus of Dec. 7 event at Lambeau Field

There are more than 200 registered and 67 posters ready for presentation for the Tiny Earth event at Lambeau Field on Dec. 7, 2018. “Tiny Earth undergraduate students from across Green Bay and Wisconsin bent on a mission to discovery new antibiotics are convening at Lambeau Field on Friday to present their research,” said UW-Green […]

Reminder: Free STEAM Engine VII at the Neville Museum this Wednesday, Nov. 14

The STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Engine VII event at the Neville Museum will be taking on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The STEAM Engine is an interactive event held at the Neville Museum that features speakers with exciting projects, new business ventures […]