Through UniverCity Year, University of Wisconsin–Madison senior Sam Pozen researched a microgrid at the Appleton International Airport and updates to the county’s highway access control ordinance in two engineering courses.
Engineering master’s student finds connections in UniverCity Alliance experiences
Moubarak Jeje said he realized the “power of local voices” through his UniverCity Alliance experiences.
Meet the engineers making a difference in Wisconsin communities
Through partnerships with UW–Madison’s UniverCity Alliance program, civil and environmental engineering students helped officials in two Wisconsin counties plan for their future facility needs. Read the full story here.
Promoting pollinators in Sun Prairie one unmowed lawn at a time
Sun Prairie is taking the No Mow May community initiative to the next level with the Wisconsin Wild Bee App (WiBee).
The Commons: No Mow May
The Commons | Abigail Becker | May 15, 2023
UW–Madison undergraduate students win regional engineering award
The award-winning project addressed flooding on a local farm that is partnering with UniverCity Year.
UW showcases statewide and local impact in latest reports
UW-Madison News | Jason Gohlke | April 25, 2023
UniverCity Year program supports local Wisconsin economies
This April, UniverCity Alliance is highlighting how University of Wisconsin–Madison students, faculty, staff, and instructors drive Wisconsin’s economy.
Looking for community-based projects? Join UniverCity Alliance’s new Scholars Program
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply to the UniverCity Alliance Scholars Program by April 15.
UniverCity Alliance partnerships contribute to medical, scientific impacts in Wisconsin
This March, UniverCity Alliance highlights how University of Wisconsin–Madison students, faculty, staff, and instructors contribute to medical and scientific impacts around the state through local government partnerships.