The Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) will be closed July 4th and July 5th for the Independence Day holiday. We will re-open on Monday July 8th for regular business hours.
The STEAM Engine event will be held at the Neville Museum on March 13th at 6:00pm. This event will feature speakers centering on topics of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. The evening will include speaker presentations, a question and
On March 27th from 10:00am to 5:00pm, Wisconsin Conservation Voters will be holding a Conservation Lobby Day at the Monona Terrace in Madison. This event is an excellent opportunity for voters to meet with State Senators and Representatives to talk
The Smart Futures Competition sponsored by Foxconn will award up to $1 million in prizes to students and staff at Wisconsin universities for new smart city ideas. The competition is designed to encourage the development of smart technology and focuses
On December 13th, UW-Green Bay students and EMBI faculty will attend this year’s 11th Annual Wisconsin Sustainable Business Conference at the Monona Terrace Center in Madison. This year’s conference theme is “Sustainably Forward” and is sponsored by the Wisconsin Manufacturing
Five UW-Green Bay students travelled to Milwaukee 10+ times this semester for an independent study to build their entrepreneurial skills. The program was hosted by The Commons (www.thecommonswi.com). Pictured are (from left to right) freshmen business administration student Maria Arunkumar,
The Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) will be closed November 23rd and November 24th for the Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you.
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) and the Wisconsin DNR jointly received a citation from Senator Rob Cowles recognizing the work done to revive the Wisconsin Recycling Markets Directory. The Wisconsin Recycling Markets Directory
Two UW-Green Bay students earned scholarships through the Wisconsin Counties Solid Waste Management Association (WCSWMA). Emily Drown, a student employee with EMBI, and Kirby Katers, incoming freshman for fall 2017, each received one of four available WCSWMA 2017-2018 scholarships. Congratulations
Read how Evan Van Lanen, a 2014 graduate from UW-Green Bay and holder of EMBI’s Certificate in Environmental Sustainability and Business has used his training to help local company JBS Packing improve operational excellence. operational-excellence-evan-van-lanen