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Description and Awards


American Transmission Co.

Discipline: Engineering Technology or Environmental Science | Student: Continuing

Description: American Transmission Co. was founded in 2001, as the first multi-state, transmission-only utility in the United States. Their transmission system allows energy producers to transport electric power from where it's generated to where it's needed. The company established this scholarship at UW-Green Bay in 2014 to support students studying Engineering Technology or Environmental Sciences. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Tyler Olson, 2019
  • Kyle Stoll, 2019
  • Kenton Grych, 2018
  • Kyle Krauss, 2018
  • Mackenzie Johnson, 2017
  • Dimas Armando Marquez, 2017
  • Kenzie Ostien, 2017
  • James Vansquez, 2017
  • Hanne Guthrie, 2015
  • Tiffany Marshall, 2015
 

Lee and Kathy Anderson Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Lee and Kathy Anderson are proud and excited to support the new Engineering Technology program at UW-Green Bay through this endowed scholarship established in 2014. Lee is the co-owner of Recycled Plastics Industries (RPI) in Green Bay, which uses recycled plastics to manufacture plastic lumber. He also owns a consulting business. Kathy retired from a long career at Schneider National in Green Bay. Together, Lee and Kathy may be seen among the avid fans at UWGB basketball games, or volunteering at the NEW Zoo. This scholarship endowment adds to their lengthy and widespread history of volunteerism and philanthropy in the Green Bay community. Lee and Kathy say, "To be successful in life, one must be influenced by a number of talented people. We are products of that influence. Although the term 'pay it forward' is used often, it still is a good term to use. The only way to thank those who have helped us is to help someone else." Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Lily Howe, 2018, 2019
  • James Vasquez, 2017, 2016
  • Gabriel Michaels, 2015
  

BPM Inc.

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: BPM Inc. is a specialty paper mill based in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The company specializes in the production of machine glazed and converted papers for the food and packaging industries as well as recycled fine paper for the printing industry. The organization strives to excel in niche paper markets by continually investing in employees’ knowledge and exploring new market opportunities to ensure the company’s vitality along with employee involvement with rewarding experiences. The mill is committed to supporting local communities and neighborhoods through ongoing event sponsorships, educational support, donations, chamber memberships and regional manufacturing involvement. In addition, BPM established this scholarship as an investment in the community and future workforce. This scholarship is designed to benefit students pursuing a degree in Engineering Technology. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Samuel Holzmann, 2019
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2018
  • Phillip Vogels, 2017
           

Brown County Waste Transformation Team Scholarship

Discipline: Natural and Applied Sciences; Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: The Brown County Waste Transformation Team, in partnership with the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, embarked on a project to provide businesses, especially those involved with industry, manufacturing, and agri-business, with the tools to create more environmentally sustainable practices and better address environmental issues. Following successful completion of their project, the Team established a scholarship at the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation in 2014 to support bright and talented young citizens who are enrolled at UW-Green Bay and are pursuing careers related to industrial/manufacturing environmental issues as well as production agriculture environmental issues. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Rachel Malcore, 2019
  • Emily Drown, 2018
  • Haley Lucas, 2017, 2016
  • Kristine Berry, 2015

 

Dykema Family Endowed Scholarship

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: New or Continuing

Description: John and Lisa, graduates of Northwestern University and the University of Pennsylvania, established this endowed scholarship at UW-Green Bay in 2014 to support students in the new Engineering Technology program. The Dykemas own several companies that manufacture packaging machinery in De Pere, Wisconsin, Barcelona, Spain, and Butzbach, Germany. They additionally serve on various Boards in the Green Bay area. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Aaron Splan, 2018, 2019
  • Eric Short, 2017, 2016
 

Faith Technologies, Inc. Annual Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Faith Technologies, Inc. is an electrical and specialty contractor based in Menasha, Wisconsin. The organization strives to out-perform anyone else in the market by continually investing in their employees' skill sets and providing all-inclusive services that make project work easier and more rewarding. The organization also "gives where we live - and we always will." Faith Technologies is committed to supporting the well-being of our local neighborhoods through ongoing event sponsorships, fundraising, and donations. Fittingly, Faith Technologies established this annual scholarship in 2014 as an investment in the community and the future workforce. This scholarship will benefit students pursuing a degree in Engineering Technology. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Kendrick von Lignan, 2019
  • Travis Nickel, 2018
  • Luke Draheim, 2017
  • Amy Deringer, 2016
  • Samuel Frisbie, 2015
 

FEECO

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: New or Continuing

Description: FEECO International, Inc. was founded in 1951 as an engineering and equipment manufacturer. Today, with over 60 years of experience, FEECO’s expertise has been sought by everyone from startups to Fortune 100 companies. FEECO is recognized globally as an expert in providing industry leading process design, engineering and manufacturing to a variety of industries including: fertilizer and agriculture, mining and minerals, power / utility, paper, chemical processing, and more. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Maria Yang, 2019
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2018
  • Dessiray Koss, 2017
  • Spencer Sebo, 2016
 

Susan Finco and Ed Kralovec Endowed Scholarship

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Transfer or Continuing

Description: Committed to promoting education and giving back to their community, Susan Finco and Edward Kralovec established this endowed scholarship in 2013. Susan is the owner and president of Leonard & Finco Public Relations, Inc. in Green Bay and has supported UW-Green Bay through her service on the Chancellor's Council of Trustees and by frequently providing her marketing and branding expertise for campus initiatives. Ed is an electrical engineering instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and together Ed and Susan volunteer their time with numerous organizations throughout Green Bay. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Griffin Magee, 2019
  • Evan Lund, 2018
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2017
  • Dessiray Koss, 2016
  • Christi Branham, 2015
 

Beth and Richard Gochnauer Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Beth Gochnauer was a member of UW-Green Bay's Board of Visitors, a forerunner to today's Council of Trustees, from 1974 through 1982. She and her husband then left the area to pursue career opportunities that took them to Milwaukee, Arizona and California before returning to the Midwest. Beth Gochnauer is chairperson of the Gochnauer Family Foundation. Among her philanthropic interests are education, the Children's Home and Aid Society of Chicago, and micro-lending as a way to foster development in impoverished nations and regions. She is a graduate of the Northwestern University college of arts and sciences. She joined the Board of Directors of the UW-Green Bay Foundation in 2011. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Billie Komorowski, 2019
  • Mina Anderberg, 2018, 2019
  • Billie Komorowski, 2018
  • David Maruszczak, 2017, 2016
 

 

Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance Future All Stars Annual Scholarship

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: The Northeast Wisconsin (NEW) Manufacturing Alliance is a group of manufacturers, working with educational institutions, workforce development boards, chambers of commerce and state organizations to promote manufacturing in our Northeast Wisconsin region. The group has been strong advocates for the collaborative Engineering Technology program that was developed by regional colleges and institutions and by leaders of regional businesses, including those within the Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance. The group also feels strongly in the need to invest in the program by providing scholarships to high achieving students, or "Future All Stars" who are majoring in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Technology. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Elizabeth Heinen, 2019
  • Elliott Seiler, 2019
  • Isaiah Stonebraker, 2019
  • Adam Jensen, 2019
  • Bennett Hutson, 2019
  • Zachary Olson, 2019
  • Lucas Brackett, 2018
  • Spencer Compton, 2017
  • Dessiray Koss, 2016
  • James Vasquez, 2016
  

Nancy Sell Memorial Scholarship

Discipline: Pre-Engineering, Chemistry or Physics | Student: Continuing

Description: This scholarship was established in 1982 by Nancy Sell, who served as professor in natural and applied sciences at UW-Green Bay. Ms. Sell passed away in 1996. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students at UW-Green Bay who are in high academic standing, and who have declared a major in pre-engineering, or a major or minor in chemistry or physics. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Kristin Rauch, 2019
  • Mackenzie Johnson, 2018, 2019
  • SoJeong Lee, 2018
  • Faith Lindemann, 2017, 2016
  • Adam Sturdivant, 2017
  • Samuel Mantel, 2016
  • Caroline Nakanwagi, 2015
  • Amanda Nothem, 2015, 2014
 

Superior Diesel Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Superior Diesel, a leading value-added distributor of John Deere Diesel engines and Funk Drivetrain components, established this endowed scholarship in 2014 for students in the new Engineering Technology program. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Adiar Pech, 2018, 2019
  • Eric Short, 2017, 201

American Transmission Co.

Discipline: Engineering Technology or Environmental Science | Student: Continuing

Description: American Transmission Co. was founded in 2001, as the first multi-state, transmission-only utility in the United States. Their transmission system allows energy producers to transport electric power from where it's generated to where it's needed. The company established this scholarship at UW-Green Bay in 2014 to support students studying Engineering Technology or Environmental Sciences. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Tyler Olson, 2019
  • Kyle Stoll, 2019
  • Kenton Grych, 2018
  • Kyle Krauss, 2018
  • Mackenzie Johnson, 2017
  • Dimas Armando Marquez, 2017
  • Kenzie Ostien, 2017
  • James Vansquez, 2017
  • Hanne Guthrie, 2015
  • Tiffany Marshall, 2015
 

Lee and Kathy Anderson Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Lee and Kathy Anderson are proud and excited to support the new Engineering Technology program at UW-Green Bay through this endowed scholarship established in 2014. Lee is the co-owner of Recycled Plastics Industries (RPI) in Green Bay, which uses recycled plastics to manufacture plastic lumber. He also owns a consulting business. Kathy retired from a long career at Schneider National in Green Bay. Together, Lee and Kathy may be seen among the avid fans at UWGB basketball games, or volunteering at the NEW Zoo. This scholarship endowment adds to their lengthy and widespread history of volunteerism and philanthropy in the Green Bay community. Lee and Kathy say, "To be successful in life, one must be influenced by a number of talented people. We are products of that influence. Although the term 'pay it forward' is used often, it still is a good term to use. The only way to thank those who have helped us is to help someone else." Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Lily Howe, 2018, 2019
  • James Vasquez, 2017, 2016
  • Gabriel Michaels, 2015
  

BPM Inc.

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: BPM Inc. is a specialty paper mill based in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The company specializes in the production of machine glazed and converted papers for the food and packaging industries as well as recycled fine paper for the printing industry. The organization strives to excel in niche paper markets by continually investing in employees’ knowledge and exploring new market opportunities to ensure the company’s vitality along with employee involvement with rewarding experiences. The mill is committed to supporting local communities and neighborhoods through ongoing event sponsorships, educational support, donations, chamber memberships and regional manufacturing involvement. In addition, BPM established this scholarship as an investment in the community and future workforce. This scholarship is designed to benefit students pursuing a degree in Engineering Technology. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Samuel Holzmann, 2019
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2018
  • Phillip Vogels, 2017
           

Brown County Waste Transformation Team Scholarship

Discipline: Natural and Applied Sciences; Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: The Brown County Waste Transformation Team, in partnership with the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, embarked on a project to provide businesses, especially those involved with industry, manufacturing, and agri-business, with the tools to create more environmentally sustainable practices and better address environmental issues. Following successful completion of their project, the Team established a scholarship at the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation in 2014 to support bright and talented young citizens who are enrolled at UW-Green Bay and are pursuing careers related to industrial/manufacturing environmental issues as well as production agriculture environmental issues. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Rachel Malcore, 2019
  • Emily Drown, 2018
  • Haley Lucas, 2017, 2016
  • Kristine Berry, 2015

 

Dykema Family Endowed Scholarship

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: New or Continuing

Description: John and Lisa, graduates of Northwestern University and the University of Pennsylvania, established this endowed scholarship at UW-Green Bay in 2014 to support students in the new Engineering Technology program. The Dykemas own several companies that manufacture packaging machinery in De Pere, Wisconsin, Barcelona, Spain, and Butzbach, Germany. They additionally serve on various Boards in the Green Bay area. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Aaron Splan, 2018, 2019
  • Eric Short, 2017, 2016
 

Faith Technologies, Inc. Annual Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Faith Technologies, Inc. is an electrical and specialty contractor based in Menasha, Wisconsin. The organization strives to out-perform anyone else in the market by continually investing in their employees' skill sets and providing all-inclusive services that make project work easier and more rewarding. The organization also "gives where we live - and we always will." Faith Technologies is committed to supporting the well-being of our local neighborhoods through ongoing event sponsorships, fundraising, and donations. Fittingly, Faith Technologies established this annual scholarship in 2014 as an investment in the community and the future workforce. This scholarship will benefit students pursuing a degree in Engineering Technology. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Kendrick von Lignan, 2019
  • Travis Nickel, 2018
  • Luke Draheim, 2017
  • Amy Deringer, 2016
  • Samuel Frisbie, 2015
 

FEECO

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: New or Continuing

Description: FEECO International, Inc. was founded in 1951 as an engineering and equipment manufacturer. Today, with over 60 years of experience, FEECO’s expertise has been sought by everyone from startups to Fortune 100 companies. FEECO is recognized globally as an expert in providing industry leading process design, engineering and manufacturing to a variety of industries including: fertilizer and agriculture, mining and minerals, power / utility, paper, chemical processing, and more. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Maria Yang, 2019
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2018
  • Dessiray Koss, 2017
  • Spencer Sebo, 2016
 

Susan Finco and Ed Kralovec Endowed Scholarship

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Transfer or Continuing

Description: Committed to promoting education and giving back to their community, Susan Finco and Edward Kralovec established this endowed scholarship in 2013. Susan is the owner and president of Leonard & Finco Public Relations, Inc. in Green Bay and has supported UW-Green Bay through her service on the Chancellor's Council of Trustees and by frequently providing her marketing and branding expertise for campus initiatives. Ed is an electrical engineering instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and together Ed and Susan volunteer their time with numerous organizations throughout Green Bay. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Griffin Magee, 2019
  • Evan Lund, 2018
  • Andrew Stoegbauer, 2017
  • Dessiray Koss, 2016
  • Christi Branham, 2015
 

Beth and Richard Gochnauer Endowed Scholarship for Engineering Technology

Discipline: Engineering Technology | Student: Continuing

Description: Beth Gochnauer was a member of UW-Green Bay's Board of Visitors, a forerunner to today's Council of Trustees, from 1974 through 1982. She and her husband then left the area to pursue career opportunities that took them to Milwaukee, Arizona and California before returning to the Midwest. Beth Gochnauer is chairperson of the Gochnauer Family Foundation. Among her philanthropic interests are education, the Children's Home and Aid Society of Chicago, and micro-lending as a way to foster development in impoverished nations and regions. She is a graduate of the Northwestern University college of arts and sciences. She joined the Board of Directors of the UW-Green Bay Foundation in 2011. Apply

Scholarship Awardees
  • Billie Komorowski, 2019
  • Mina Anderberg, 2018, 2019
  • Billie Komorowski, 2018
  • David Maruszczak, 2017, 2016