Driving Into An Electric Vehicle Future
8 Mar 2022
It seems like the ultimate good-news story. The shift toward electric vehicles will greatly improve the long-term climate health of the planet. It’ll improve human health, too, by reducing pollution. It’ll create thousands of jobs in new industries, with new manufacturing operations lifting local economies. What’s not to like?
Don’t forget that disruptive technologies are, well, disruptive. One person’s opportunity, one community’s economic development win, quite often means disruption for someone else’s livelihood and some other community’s economy. The story is only starting to unfold, but the transition to electric vehicles, or EVs, is shaping up to be the automotive industry’s most important story going forward.
In high school, Ethan Scholz was involved in FIRST Robotics competitions, was a freelance graphic designer for student organizations and enjoyed drawing and painting in his free time. These activities inspired his research into career paths in art and engineering. “When I found the industrial design major at UW-Stout,...
A new tour is available at UW-Stout, and it’s open to everyone, everywhere, anytime. The YouVisit virtual tour, a 360-degree interactive experience, recently launched. It can be found on the Campus Tours webpage and works with a computer, cell phone and other web viewing electronic devices. The tour...
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