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David Thiel doesn’t have to look far to see the effects of poor access to broadband in his county. As the pandemic took hold last spring and f…

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For four Saturdays this fall, a group of high school students has the opportunity to examine the inner workings of computers and learn more ab…

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A new partnership seeks to solve two problems: unemployed workers looking for jobs and businesses seeking job applicants with digital skills.

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As he watched the COVID-19 pandemic turn increasingly grave, Adam Wilkins, system administrator at RB Royal Industries in Fond du Lac, realize…

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Most of us don’t spend much time thinking about what’s in the dirt beneath our feet. That’s not the case for University of Wisconsin-Green Bay…

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The need to fill information technology jobs — both now and in the future — is real. To help prepare students for a future in coding and compu…

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Coronavirus. It has upended our world and changed our daily routines completely. Instead of commuting to work, we’re homeschooling our kids wh…

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If society takes one lesson from COVID-19, Oliver Buechse hopes that it’s the need to prepare for disruption because it will continue to arise…

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Each year, millions of people of all ages suffer a concussion, which can lead to a traumatic brain injury and serious repercussions, including death.

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Workplace trainings often leave many employees daydreaming, thinking about their to-do list or gazing at their phones. Virtual reality and oth…

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Last summer, two information technology companies with offices in Green Bay — ROC and SRC Technologies — announced a merger, creating a compan…

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Today’s dairy farmers have more data than ever before about their cows and crops.

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Some stereotypes die hard. Despite concerted efforts to educate about the breadth of the IT field and the many and varied career opportunities…

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Venturing into a new frontier in manufacturing can prove intimidating for many reasons, but a newly formed organization aims to provide busine…

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They happen every day, but they’re something businesses don’t like to talk about: cybersecurity breaches.

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While apprenticeships have played a vital role in steering students to manufacturing and construction careers, that has not been the case yet …

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Imagine a machine at Company A directly ordering its input supplies from a machine at Company B or a plant manager looking at his or her phone…

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Artificial Intelligence: We hear about it everywhere, with experts predicting 30 to 50 percent job displacement within the next 15 years as a …

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It may not sound very teacherly to say so, but Moraine Park Technical College instructor Jeff Sonnleitner isn’t a huge fan of textbook learning.

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Digital transformation is driving change in businesses and organizations across the region, but for many leaders, knowing where to go or what …

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Sam Schiedermayer’s daily schedule would exhaust many adults, let alone his high school peers.

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Kim Iversen has two messages she wants to get across to students, parents, workers looking at new opportunities and community members: All job…