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The student “pitch” competition inspires UW System students to consider the impact of their research and effectively communicate it to the public.
The WiSys Spark Grant program, with awards of $500 to $10,000 per project, supports faculty, academic staff and student research projects at regional UW System campuses.
The WiSys SPARK Symposium is where research, innovation and entrepreneurship collide. The annual event brings together the best and brightest faculty, staff, students and alumni from the across the UW System to network, collaborate and celebrate great ideas.
UW-Green Bay’s Todd Hillhouse will research new drugs to treat addiction and depression with 2022 Regent Scholar Award
The award, which comes with one-time grants to pursue a project in their field of study, recognizes UW System faculty for their extraordinary efforts in support of undergraduate research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
The pitch competition was an optional capstone event at the end of a four-week learning experience meant to teach students how to be an effective problem-solver and advance their ideas.
Submit your idea in 250 words or less to be eligible for cash prizes.
In December, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recognized the work of Adam Jensen, Rosalyn Stoa and Katherine Mikhail for inventing a cup to aid sufferers of hand tremors. The invention was developed as part of a WiSys innovation event while they were students at UW-Green Bay.
WiSys encourages faculty and staff interested in learning about grant opportunities and grantseeking to take advantage of three virtual “Lunch & Learn” events this November.
Jennifer Souter, WiSys' director of intellectual property & licensing, will be leaving WiSys at the end of December to move to Texas to be closer to family.
Applying for graduate or a professional school is a big decision, and there are many considerations for determining which path is right and how to ensure your application is successful. Morgan Theobald, a graduate admissions recruiter at UW-Green Bay, offers her advice on how to prepare for the application process.