UWL Community Idea Exchange submission process

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Beyond the classroom!

The UWL Community Idea Exchange is a database designed to help community groups and UW-La Crosse faculty and staff find collaborative community-engaged learning and research projects for either a classroom of students or a faculty member's personal research.

Community partners can post project ideas on the database by following the submission process below. A faculty member will reach out to you to coordinate which aspects of your idea can be accomplished within a semester-long course.

While not every idea will have the potential for a partnership, we look forward to exploring the possibilities.

Faculty members who would like to review the projects submitted to the UWL Community Idea Exchange can find the list HERE.

Step 1:

Become a registered Community Partner with UWL.

(If you have a valid account with Handshake or UGetConnected, or if you have a UWL NetID, you are a registered Community Partner! Go directly to step 2.)

Step 2:

Submit your project opportunity.

 

(Already have a valid account with Handshake or UGetConnected, or a UWL NetID, start here!)

 

 

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Step 3:

Our staff will review your submission for approval.

We will contact you with any questions or concerns. Approved projects will be posted to the UWL Community Idea Exchange.

(viewable by UWL faculty and staff).