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WiSys encourages UW System grantseekers to cultivate their grant writing skills, connect with experts and create opportunities through the organization’s latest 10-part grant writing webinar series.
Scenes from WiSys' annual summer celebration of research, innovation and entrepreneurship in the UW System.
Students from UW-Stout, UW-Platteville and UW-Green Bay were also recognized during the student “pitch” competition inspires UW System students to consider the impact of their research and effectively communicate it to the public.
UW-Eau Claire and UW-River Falls students were also recognized.
The award is given to the student presenter whose research shows a high potential for impact on the economy through technology transfer, innovation, new business or job creation.
UW-Superior student's innovation was also recognized during the statewide event.
UW-La Crosse to host WiSys’ annual celebration of research, innovation and entrepreneurship in the UW System
WiSys SPARK Symposium, which includes faculty and student presentations, will take place July 31-Aug. 2.
Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament: UW-Green Bay student wins WiSys’ statewide student entrepreneurship competition
The competition was established to extend the Wisconsin entrepreneurial ecosystem to University of Wisconsin students with the goal to help students think critically about their business ideas and implement lean business methodologies.
Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament: Eau Claire will host statewide student entrepreneurship competition April 23
The student business model competition—which features entrepreneurial students from across the state—will take place at Eau Claire coworking space CoLab. To land a spot at the statewide competition, the students from University of Wisconsin schools competed in a local qualifying competition or through an at-large round.
The student “pitch” competition inspires UW System students to consider the impact of their research and effectively communicate it to the public. Students have three minutes to impress a panel of judges with their pitch.