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Collaborate to Unlock Potential

Forming connections to forge opportunities.

Step beyond the classroom and into a world filled with opportunities for growth and learning. Our partnerships with key local organizations provide you with internships, research projects and access to state-of-the-art facilities, setting the stage for your Phoenix transformation.

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Current Partnerships

As a student in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, you will have access to unique and invaluable opportunities through the partnerships we have with local organizations. These partnerships help to shape your experiential learning in and outside of the classroom.

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Medical College of Wisconsin

In partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), UW-Green Bay offers an innovative curriculum with early clinical exposure and access to leading healthcare facilities. Its supportive, close-knit community prepares students for medical challenges and leadership in healthcare.

About MCW-Green Bay

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Center for Food in Community & Culture

The Center for Food in Community and Culture strives to forge stronger relationships between sustainable food systems, a sound environment and healthy people and equitable communities, locally and globally.

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NEW Water

With a shared goal for water quality improvements and sustainability for the bay, we've partnered with Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District (NEW Water) to explore and develop a series of projects and programs for education, research and water reclamation, among others.

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Einstein Project

Like UW-Green Bay, the Einstein Project aims to make education accessible and affordable. It just makes sense for us to connect as partners. The Einstein Project provides educators with the interactive resources to give students quality education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Join the Project

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Tiny Earth

UW-Green Bay is joining the push to mitigate one of the most critical public health crises facing the world: antibiotic resistance. In Tiny Earth, student scientists hunt for novel antibiotic organisms in soil samples. It’s a global and growing network—in 2017, the program added 40 new partner institutions.

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Green Bay Water Utility

Our partnership allows us to explore opportunities, including water quality research, student mentoring and other workforce development, all of which will include a focus on protecting and enhancing the quality of the water in our surrounding watershed and ensuring high quality, safe, reliable drinking water.

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U. S. Geological Survey

Our scientists develop new methods and tools to enable timely, relevant and useful information about the Earth and its processes, from natural hazards to resources to the health of our ecosystems and environment.

Stay Curious

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Fresh Water Collaborative

UW-Green Bay is one of thirteen universities across the state, along with organizations in government, industry and local communities, that have partnered to lead the nation in water-related science.

Get in the Field

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Our engineering programs have a strong partnership with the NEW Manufacturing Alliance (NEWMA) that provides annual scholarships to our students, connects faculty and students with regional manufacturing businesses.

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As a Partner, How You Can Help Our Students?

Below are some ways you can contribute:

Business ContributionImpact
Named Student Scholarships
  • Vital for attracting and retaining talented students.
  • Offers a platform for companies to connect with our students.
Student Internships
  • Internship opportunities provided by community partners, businesses, industries, and grants.
  • Faculty-supervised experiences that pave the way for student success.
  • Hands-on training that prepares students to make immediate contributions in dynamic organizations.
Research Partnerships
  • Corporate engagement brings relevance to University research and innovation.
  • Provides companies with access to renowned experts, state of the art facilities, and scientific networks.
Equipment Acquisition Support
  • Contribute to the acquisition of essential equipment such as tabletop mechantronics units; programming software; inventory, inspection and distribution stations; mechanical drive learning systems.
  • Support the renovation of engineering technology labs.
Endowed Research & Innovation
  • Provides an enduring gift to support innovative research programs, superior faculty and promising students.
Named Classrooms & Labs
  • Where students connect with faculty and peers to begin the discussion of improving the world beyond those walls.
  • Named donors understand the importance of this critical relationship and enjoy the opportunity to make these possible.
Named Professorships
  • A tremendous opportunity to channel additional resources to retain and attract top faculty.
  • Supports faculty development and underwriting of cutting-edge research, outstanding teaching and valuable community service.
Anthony Tomczak

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"UWGB prepared me for post graduation in many ways, but the one that impacted me the most was the mechanical engineering capstone project. This project allowed me to choose from 3 organizations to work with. Out of the 3, I chose Vyper Industrial because I could personally relate to their products and their company vision. After working alongside Vyper during my time at UWGB, I was hired by them as an intern, which later led on to me being hired full time."

Anthony Tomczak '23
Major in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineer at Vyper Industrial

John Katers

Ask Our Experts

Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology since its inception, John Katers is no stranger to UW-Green Bay. He's worked for UW-Green Bay since 1995 and earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees here. If you have questions about CSET, he's happy to help!

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