2022 Tiny Earth in Titletown

Tiny Earth in Titletown connects students, parents, faculty, and community members from the region to showcase Tiny Earth students’ research in antibiotic discovery while spreading awareness of the antibiotic resistance crisis. After three years since the last Tiny Earth in Titletown, we are excited to announce the relaunch of this in-person event hosted by a committee of Tiny Earth Instructors at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, College of Menominee Nation, and St. Norbert University.

The evening will include a student poster presentation session, tours of Lambeau Field, and a keynote from Dr. David Andes, a professor of Medicine and Medical Microbiology & Immunology and the chief of Division of Infectious Disease within the Department of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Registration & Student Research Presentations

Register here
Submit a student abstract
Lambeau Field stadium tours

Who’s invited: Students, instructors, and students’ family & friends from the region are invited to attend! Tiny Earth folks from outside of Wisconsin are also welcome to join.

Cost: Registration is free! All attendees are required to register, including family & friends.

Registration & Student Abstract Submission Deadline: November 11, 2022

Student Abstract & Presentation Details

  • Only one student abstract submission is needed per group
  • Each individual in a group must register separately

Keynote Speaker

David Andes, MD
David Andes, MDUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
David Andes, M.D. is the William A Craig Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Head of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Wisconsin, and Director of the Wisconsin Antimicrobial Drug Discovery and Development NIH Center of Excellence. The focus of Dr. Andes’ research program strives to identify strategies to combat antimicrobial drug resistance. His study tactics span from the bench to the clinic, including identifying biofilm resistance mechanisms, drug discovery and development, delineating the optimal dosing strategies for treatment of drug resistant infections using pharmacometric approaches, and clinical trial study of epidemiology and therapy of drug resistance.

Event Schedule & Details

(US Central)


Doors Open

Parking: When you arrive at Lambeau Field, enter the Northeast parking lot (Lot 3) off Lombardi Avenue. Parking is free.

Entrance: Enter the stadium at the American Family Insurance Gate. Once inside, take the elevator or the escalator to Level 1 – Atrium Floor. The event will be held in the Atrium.

Lambeau Field Parking & Entrance Map

2:30 – 5:00pm

Registration and Poster Set-up

Students: Plan to arrive no later than 4:00 pm to register and set up your posters (earlier if you are registered for a tour). Poster size: Max 40″x32″ (landscape or portrait). You will be assigned a poster number and location at registration. Binder clips and tape will be available to attach posters to the easels.

Lambeau Field Atrium Map

5:00p – 6:15pm

Welcome Address and Keynote Presentation

  • H. Jeffrey Rafn
    President, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
  • Michael Alexander
    Chancellor, UW-Green Bay
  • Christopher Caldwell
    President, College of Menominee Nation
  • Land Acknowledgement, Catishe Grignon
  • History of Tiny Earth
  • Dr. David Andes
    KEYNOTE: Drugs from Bugs of Bugs – New Antibiotics to Fight the Resistance Pandemic
6:15 – 7:20 pm Student Research Poster Presentation
7:30 pm

Closing Remarks & Poster Tear-down

Students: Plan to remove your poster and disassemble your easel after the poster session; return the easel to the bins before leaving.

Tiny Earth in Titletown Program Booklet