Manufacturing Lab Gets New Name
A gift to the Fox Valley Technical College Foundation for its Promise program results in the renaming of one of the college’s centerpiece learning labs.
Plexus, a global leader in product realization solutions headquartered in Neenah, Wisconsin, contributed $50,000 to the FVTC Foundation’s efforts to make education affordable through the Promise. In appreciation of the gift, FVTC officials renamed one its manufacturing learning labs the Plexus Electro-Mechanical Technology Lab at Fox Valley Technical College.
The spacious lab is located between entrances 4 and 5 in the southeast section of FVTC’s main campus building. It houses the latest innovations to support students in the Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology, Electro-Mechanical Technology, and Electronic Engineering Technology academic programs, in addition to various classes in electronics.
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Left to right: Mary Downs, FVTC Foundation; Laura Biehn, Plexus; Dr. Chris Matheny, FVTC; Mike Gross, Plexus; Dr. Susan May, president of FVTC; Karen Osgood, Plexus; and Steve Straub, FVTC