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Recognizing Commitment to Community: UW-Madison and Carnegie's Engagement Classification
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching defines community engagement as "the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities...for the mutually beneficial exchange of ...
Alumni Data for Program Evaluation, Policy Analysis, and Accountability
Research on alumni has traditionally been used to enhance fundraising activities. Increasingly, though, universities and their academic programs need information about alumni -- such as where they live, their income levels, ...
Strengthening Academic Programs through Inter-campus Collaboration
Collaborations between academic programs are seen as a way to stretch academic resources, especially the highly valuable resource of faculty expertise. One recent joint initiative by two University of Wisconsin System ...
Diversity at UW-Madison: What Numbers Say