Portrait Photograph of Elizabeth Tryon

Elizabeth Tryon

Academic Staff Emeritus, Former Assistant Director

Morgridge Center

Elizabeth Tryon, expert on campus-community partnerships, community-engaged learning/research, global engagement, and co-author of two books on the practice of academic community engagement, will talk about how citizen groups, local governments, and the nonprofit sector can discover streamlined paths to partnership with academics by utilizing the Morgridge Center for Public Service, the UniverCity Alliance and other units at UW-Madison.

Beth’s talks are given virtually.


Groundbreaking Research at UW-Madison: Working with Communities to Advance Wisconsin

This talk highlights exemplary, innovative community-engaged research by teams of UW faculty, staff, students and community partners around the state in celebration of the 175th Anniversary of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Specifically stressing projects in environmental, health, and other sciences within the last 5-6 years, defined by the communities who seek UW expertise to aid in solving wicked problems, these projects have made a lasting impact across the state. This talk can be tailored with regional examples to audiences in different parts of the state.

Effective Practices, Rewards and Challenges in Global Service Learning and Engaged Research
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Networking the Networks: maximizing local to global connections
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