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The live webinars are hosted by grant writing experts Jeremy Miner, WiSys regional research administrator, and Deborah Lundin, WiSys’ pre-award manager of sponsored programs.
The annual contest connects great mobile app ideas with the expertise and resources needed to launch them.
WiSys seeks recommendations and connections to Wisconsin app development companies interested in working with startups and fostering entrepreneurship.
Ford fills a specific role on the board set aside for a chancellor from a WiSys university. She was recommended for the post by former UW System President Ray Cross.
WiSys awarded UW-River Falls student Sophie Ackerman a $4,000 Ambassador Grant to research loneliness and isolation.
WiSys awarded UW-La Crosse student Rylie Gramann a $4,500 Ambassador Grant to research ways of recycling carbon dioxide obtained from fossil fuels in industrial processes.
WiSys awarded UW-La Crosse student Jacqueline Sporie a $3,500 Ambassador Grant to research the creation of new composite materials that could be used in photovoltaic cells, varied sensors and flat panel displays.
WiSys awarded UW-Eau Claire student Hunter Koltunski a $4,500 Ambassador Grant to research better architectural coatings, which are paints and other coatings used on buildings and homes.
Updates about WiSys' operations during the coronavirus situation.
The event gave University of Wisconsin System students a chance to share their work with the statewide community, improve their presentation skills and compete for cash prizes.