The UW System and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp have created a $2-million seed fund to support faculty, staff, students and alumni entrepreneurs to commercialize technology and ideas developed statewide.
There are many ways to stay engaged with your alma mater year-round. Check out these top 10 ideas that you can share: 1. Join our social media conversations on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's Learning in Retirement Program provides opportunities for lifelong learning via classes, day-trips and special events.