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UWO executive MBA faculty pair up with top business leaders for team teaching

The UWO master of business administration executive program prepares students for the workforce by offering several classes that feature a team teaching environment. Team teaching involves the pairing of top business executives with skilled faculty, providing a learning experience for students that combines theory and application.

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Moraine Park Plans In-Person Commencement Ceremony

Top of graduate caps with bows and glittered messages
Moraine Park Technical College has announced plans for a limited access in-person commencement ceremony—thanks to the support of their community partner, the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Fond du Lac.  Typically, the College collaborates with its longtime community partner, Fond du Lac High School, to host the annual ceremony. However, with increased restrictions at [...]

Third annual Internship Draft Day at Lambeau Field

Northeast Wisconsin (NEW) Manufacturing Alliance and Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance (NEW ERA) will be sponsoring an Internship Draft Day, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 from 3 to 6:30 p.m. at Lambeau Field, North Atrium. This free event give...

Alumna Koss on the collaborative engineering technology program

In a feature in the September issue of Insight on Business, UW-Green Bay graduate Dessi Koss talks about her experience as one of the first graduates from the collaborative Engineering Technology degree program. Koss says this program not only changed ...

Grad student Minani featured at internship ‘Draft Day’

The first-ever “Internship Draft Day” in the Lambeau Field Atrium, co-sponsored by the NEW ERA regional education alliance (of which UWGB is a member) gave an opportunity for about 200 college students to explore their options. One was Marc Minani, the...

WBAY-TV covers Engineering Technology launch

“From Oshkosh Truck to Generac to Ariens, Northeast Wisconsin is a manufacturing region of the state. So, when those industries put out a request for more employees with engineering technology degrees, Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance ...
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