University of Wisconsin–Madison

Visibility on Campus

Build your brand at UW–Madison. Explore these opportunities to raise your visibility on campus:

  • Be present: be a part of mock interviews, attend student events, make an annual campus participation plan that extends outside of career fairs.
  • Hire a Badger or support an internship: Gain access to highly trained undergraduates and graduate students by posting your opportunities on UW-Madison’s web-based recruiting tools.
  • Tap into UW innovation to find new solutions or develop new ideas through collaborative industry-sponsored research. Ask a liaison how to get started.
  • Advertise with our campus partners including the Wisconsin Alumni Association or Badger Sports Properties.
  • Advocate for UW–Madison and by extension, the state of Wisconsin by showing your support of this great university.
  • Support UW through a corporate gift, working with the UW Foundation Corporate and Foundation Relations team.
  • The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery’s Town Center provides a place for science, culture, business, and society to engage and interact. Look for volunteer opportunities and other ways your company can participate in sponsored outreach events.
  • Explore partnerships and sponsorship opportunities with the Arts Institute.

Reach out to us and we can help brainstorm other ways to raise your visibility on campus!

UW Innovation in Action

New center to help UW-Madison and others to the next generation of crop breeding and plant genetics

Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center (WCIC) is a 100,000-square-foot facility—with labs, greenhouses and growth chambers—poised to be the home to future plant biotechnology achievements. More.

UW resources help one of Wisconsin’s top manufacturers find continued success

Three times named Wisconsin manufacturer of the year, Greenheck continues to turn to UW-Madison business resources to help refine and improve their processes. More how that is shaping their success.

 

Gloved hands manipulate a skinlike material in a labratory setting

Made-in-Madison skin replacement starts final clinical trial for burn victims

Stratatech, a UW-Madison spinoff, aims to prove to the Food and Drug Administration that its material, called StrataGraft, is safe and effective for treating severe burns. More.

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