Brown County is home to approximately 250,000 residents, making it the fourth most populous county in Wisconsin. It was one of Wisconsin’s two original counties, and used to span the entire eastern half of the state. Today, Brown County encompasses the Green Bay area.
The county is home to the famous Lambeau Field, one of the highest rated golf courses in Wisconsin, and multiple water sport attractions.
Brown County partnered with UniverCity Year for the years 2019-2022 to focus on improving a variety of government functions and services. Read the 2021 UniverCity Year report for project highlights.
- “A Brown County library for the future.” Library and Information Studies 601: Information: Perspectives and Contexts. Dorothea Salo.
- “A cost-benefit analysis of harvesting blue-green algae in Brown County.” Public Affairs 881: Benefit-Cost Analysis. Dave Weimer.
- “Addressing blue-green algae in Brown County.” Civil Engineering 421: Environmental Sustainability Engineering. Andrea Hicks.
- “Evidence based practices in Brown County prisoner reentry: What does the research say?” Psychology 601: Issues in Prisoner Re-entry. Patti Coffey.
- “Smart mobility corridors: Exploring freight automation for Brown County.” Independent student research. University of Oregon.
- “Analysis of autonomous vehicles in Brown County.” Interdisciplinary Engineering 303: Applied Leadership Competencies in Engineering. Paige LaPoint and Greg Harrington.
- “Sustainable road maintenance options in Brown County.” Independent study. Katie Fields, University of Oregon.
- “Designing an autonomously-operated algae harvester, Part 1.” Mechanical Engineering 351/352: Interdisciplinary Experiential Design Projects I/II. Michael Cheadle.
- “Designing an autonomously-operated algae harvester, Part 2.” Mechanical Engineering 351/352: Interdisciplinary Experiential Design Projects I/II. Michael Cheadle.