Tiny Earth in Titletown 2019

Tiny Earth in Titletown brings together hundreds of students, parents, faculty, and interested community members from the region to showcase Tiny Earth students’ research, discoveries, and community partnerships. Participating institutions include UW-Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, College of the Menominee Nation, Marian University, UW-Fond du Lac, Milwaukee Area Technical College, UW-Parkside, UW-Waukesha County, UW-Whitewater, UW-Rock County, Madison College, UW-Madison, Northcentral Technical College, UW-River Falls and more.

Registration for the event is closed

Contact us at tinyearth@wid.wisc.edu with inquiries.

Friday, December 6, 2019
Lambeau Field Atrium
Green Bay, Wisconsin

The evening will include a student poster review and a conversation discussing efforts by Wisconsin’s students to harness the full potential of the state’s soil to tackle the looming public health crisis, antibiotic resistance. Deadline to register a student research poster is Friday, November 22, 2019 at 11:59 pm.

Event Schedule

2:30 pm 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.

3:00 – 5:00 Poster Set-up and Lambeau tours (check your email for tour details)

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.

Tours: Please arrive 30 min prior to your assigned tour. If you were given a tour slot, you received an email last week from Tiny Earth about your assigned time. Tours are FULL.

5:00 – 5:45 Welcome Address and Keynote Presentation

Welcome and Overview of Tiny Earth
Sarah Miller, Executive Director of Tiny Earth

The Land on Which we Stand
Kayla Cleveland, Tiny Earth Student at College of Menominee Nation

Research and Students
Chris Caldwell, Director of Sustainable Development Institute, College of Menominee Nation

State of Wisconsin Support of Tiny Earth Student Research
Sam Rikkers, Deputy Secretary of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

Keynote: Soil, Earth’s Bounty
Jo Handelsman, Director of Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and Founder of Tiny Earth

Student Research: a Preview
Kayla Cleveland (College of Menominee Nation); Roman Lyudmer and Elizabeth Evans (UW-Green Bay)

5:45 – 7:15 Student Research Poster Session

Students: Plan to remove your poster and disassemble your easel after the poster session; return the easel to the bins before leaving.
Every poster has been assigned at least one reviewer to interview students and provide feedback on the research.

7:15 – 7:30 Closing Remarks

Students: Plan to remove your poster and disassemble your easel after the poster session; return the easel to the bins before leaving.
Every poster has been assigned at least one reviewer to interview students and provide feedback on the research.

Changes to your registration or your guests? Questions about the event? Email .

Thanks to our sponsors and supporters:
Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Nature’s Way, UW Green Bay
Alpha Bakery, Bay East Animal Hospital, Bellin Health, Catalent, Cherney Microbiological, Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, St. Norbert College

Thanks to our planning committee of Tiny Earth Partner Instructors:
Brian Merkel and Lisa Grubisha (UW-Green Bay), Matt Petersen and Angelo Kolokithas (Northeast Wisconsin Technical College), Lucy Fenzl (College of Menominee Nation), Dave Hunnicutt (St. Norbert College)

If you have any questions or would like to participate in or support Tiny Earth in Titletown, please contact Tiny Earth.