Volume II Issue 1 Winter 2013

CUE Chair’s Report, by Beth Tryon
beth Greetings and welcome to the Winter 2012-2013 Issue of the CUE Newsletter. Much has happened since our first issue last August! Inside this issue you’ll find articles about all of CUE’s latest developments, including: …More>>

Innovation in the Community- University Partnership, by Dadit Hidayat
"" On October 9, 2012, Interim Chancellor David Ward officially kicked off the Year of Innovation for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. CUE was tasked to put together a panel on “Campus-Community Partnership: Fostering Innovation.” …More>>

The Midwest Knowledge Mobilization Network, by Beth Tryon
the inaugural meeting of the midwest knowledge mobilization network in Loyola On October 19th, 2012, representatives from seven universities in the region met at the Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL) offices at Loyola University-Chicago to discuss the possibility of forming a network of Midwest ‘Science Shops’. …More>>

DELTA Course: Bringing Community University Partnerships to the Classroom, by Helyn Luisi-Mills
classroom discussion during one of the Delta-CUE class sessions The high-impact practice of community-based learning/ research, embodying the Wisconsin Idea, has been shown to enhance student learning outcomes. Beyond that baseline, deeper and more authentic learning happens when …More>>

Relationship Building through Community-Guided Research Reveals Opportunities for SW- Madison Youth Engagement with the UW-Madison, by Marian Slaughter
south west madison youth visiting discovery building as part of their uw-madison campus trip One of the most exciting outcomes of collaboration between the CUE program and professors engaging in research with community groups is the opportunity they afford for building relationships between the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW- Madison) and …More>>

Also in this issue

  • New Morgridge Center Engaged Scholarship Roundtable Series Kick-off Event
  • Engaged Scholarship Summit