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How did the once-struggling Betty Brinn Museum clear 20 years?

Published April 12, 2015

Two decades ago, the Betty Brinn Museum was in financial danger. Today the children's museum is thriving and welcomes 200,000 visitors every year. It wasn't an easy road, but one that executive director Fern Shupeck was determined to walk.


MSOE student designs educational robot

Published Jan. 17, 2013

An MSOE engineering student yesterday unveiled the robot he designed to facilitate interactive learning for students in grades 1-5.


Seven years of BarCampMilwaukee

Published Sept. 28, 2012

BarCampMilwaukee7: Seven Minutes of Terror (named for the Mars rover Curiosity landing earlier this year) is different from a typical corporate conference. BarCamps are a participatory "unconference" event, where there is no "one" speaker and attendees are in charge of what happens. It is an open environment where people interested in teaching and learning come together to share their knowledge and experiences.


GE Girls at MSOE kicks off a week of tailored learning

Published July 13, 2012

GE Healthcare and Milwaukee School of Engineering have teamed up to provide Milwaukee middle school girls with a week-long workshop focused on science, technology, engineering and math starting Monday, July 16.

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The Power of No

Rejection is hard pill to swallow. The impact of the hit damages the ego and turns once thick skin into thin. The word 'no' sounds unpleasant on the ear drums to anyone having to hear it. I have heard that since I could comprehend words. It doesn't matter the tone of the word, the simple trut...

A Stranded Passenger

Friday August 17th, 2012 – Fox Lake, IL    Sometimes I wonder where my home planet really is. It has never felt like Earth was it, and it’s like I’m a stranded passenger killing time waiting for the connecting flight to my real home. I am stuck here against my will,...

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