Work on the STEM Innovation Center on the Green Bay campus is continuing to make progress. Crews are continuing to work on the concrete footings and walls in preparation for masonry, steel and precast wall panel delivery. Digging for footings and backfilling is ongoing, and site utilities are nearing completion. The steam and chilled water piping in the tunnels will also be taking place soon.
Work on the STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus is continuing to make progress. With the mostly dry weather from the last week, crews were able to continue with footings and wall pours for the elevator, steam pit and stairs.
UW-Green Bay will be recognized at the New North Summit, an all-day event caters to economic development professionals, entrepreneurs, educational and community leaders and human resource specialists, will be taking place on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 at the Fox Cities Exhibition Center. UW-Green Bay will be recognized for its flurry of new projects and programs, including the STEM Innovation, the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering and an Impact MBA program. Read more.
As part of the launching of the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering at the UW-Green Bay, Richard J. Resch is scheduled to make a short presentation and interact with the engineering students, faculty and other interested individuals. Join the College of Science, Engineering and Technology today, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Room 208 (MAC-2018). This event is open to everyone.
Gov. Scott Walker attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the new STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018 at 1 p.m. Read more in the New Richmond News.
The state of Wisconsin is investing $5 million into a new STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay. WIsconsin Public Radio has the story.
The ceremonial groundbreaking for the STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay took place on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. See more from the Fox 11 coverage.
“The Green Bay area has owned 2018,” writes Jeff Bollier of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “We’ve passed the halfway mark and the area has strung together an impressive run of wins to date. Whether it’s Foxconn buying The Watermark, KI CEO Dick Resch selling the company to employees or the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay launching a school of engineering, the region has a lot to celebrate.” See the story.
On the heels of Friday’s unanimous UW System Board of Regents approval of a Mechanical Engineering program and other critical components of a University-Community shared vision for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) at UW-Green Bay, the University and two community partners today (Feb. 12, 2018) shared additional details on how they plan to quickly move the program from concept to reality, expediting the University’s ability to meet the region’s rising demand for engineering talent.
Richard Resch, CEO of international office furniture manufacturer KI, announced his support of UW-Green Bay’s visionary engineering plan with a $5 million gift. The University will name the new school the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering in honor of Resch’s transformational gift.
The Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Foundation announced a $1 million contribution to support STEM education — the largest single donation made by the charitable organization in its 54-year history, according to foundation board member and WPS president Kevin Fletcher.
University supporters and members of the news media gathered at the second floor lobby of the Environmental Sciences (ES) building overlooking the space in which the new STEM Innovation Center is approved for construction on the UW-Green Bay campus. Read the news release.
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