Welcome to NEW ERA, a smarter way to harness the power of higher education in Northeast Wisconsin.

The Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance (NEWERA) is defined by its collaborative operating model, gathering resources across 7 public colleges and universities and connecting them to regional partners to maximize talent, community and economic development in the New North Region (18 counties comprising Northeast Wisconsin).

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Advocating for Higher Education and Strong Communities.

Leadership is key to effective collaboration. Chancellors and Presidents from the Public Colleges and Universities of Northeast Wisconsin believe that working together is in their collective best interests; they share common concerns and institutional missions to advance student success and to build strength in their host communities.

Collaboration is a Team Sport, with lots of unique talents, network connections, and opportunities to leverage limited resources

NEWERA has dozens of important partners within and outside the world of education; these are critical to the important work of talent retention, development and recruitment within the region.

Featured Faculty

Prof. Patricia Terry receives inaugural Wisconsin Public Service Professorship in Engineering.

BY  · AUGUST 25, 2021

College of Science, Engineering and Technology Dean John Katers presented Professor and Chair of the Richard School of Engineering, Patricia Terry, with the first Wisconsin Public Service Professorship in Engineering at 2021 Fall Convocation, August 25, 2021. In his introduction, Dean Katers said Prof. Terry’s “breadth, depth, and ongoing record of achievement is remarkable, in particular her leadership in the development of the Resch School of Engineering. Patricia has worked tirelessly to advance engineering programs at UW-Green Bay and is an outstanding example of someone with a record of achievement necessary for a named professorship.”

Through the generosity of friends, the University is able to award named professorships to support the scholarly work of outstanding faculty. See more about the honor, here.