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The innovation impact of the 11 University of Wisconsin System regional institutions that WiSys serves, was ranked as one of the most productive in the nation by the George W. Bush Institute.
The WiSys story was recognized by the University Industry Innovation Network at the organization’s 2020 University-Industry Interaction Conference.
WiSys selected 14 concepts submitted to the WiSys Innovation Challenge: COVID-19 and offered $100 to the innovators to create a proof of concept or start implementing the idea.
UW-Eau Claire’s Katelyn Reckin takes second place; UW-Parkside’s Ariana Hernandez earns third place.
Nine student researchers from across the UW System will compete in the WiSys Quick Pitch State Final on June 17 at 6 p.m.
UW-Parkside’s Ariana Hernandez wins WiSys Quick Pitch by explaining research into insulin affordability for people with diabetes
Hernandez, who won a $300 prize, is now eligible to participate in the WiSys Quick Pitch State Final this summer.
The research-focused competition focuses on the importance of communicating research to investors, policymakers and the public.
The deadline to submit ideas to the innovation challenge is April 24.
Van Hoof, who graduated from UW-Parkside in May, has been an active member in building a culture of innovation on campus and across the UW System as a student and entrepreneur.
Feline aggression can cause many issues with a cat’s own wellbeing and anxiety, as well as inhibit an owner’s or practitioner’s ability to care for them. Cassie Van Hoof, a student of UW-Parkside, has created her own company titled Efoxen starring her proprietary, all-natural spray to calm feline anxiety, which serves as a safer substitute for the leading spray on the market.