At Work for Wisconsin
College of Engineering -- University of Wisconsin-Madison

Partnership between Wisconsin industry and the UW-Madison College of Engineering

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Unique partnerships:
College/state consortium helps state's small engine manufacturers compete

   Learning by doing:
Course allows freshmen to design real projects for state business & industry

On the road to success:
College's Transportation Information Center develops tools for saving time and money

   Molding a successful business:
New company's simulation software is meeting the needs of many industries

Environmental solutions:
Old tires & flyash have environmentally friendly uses, thanks to college research

   Welding a relationship:
The college's partnership with A.O. Smith produces advanced robots and engineers

Making the connection:
UIR matches engineering professor to Racine manufacturer's project

   Information, please:
Industry turns to 'Wisconsin TechSearch' for scientific and technical answers

Paving the way:
Faculty, students & contractor collaborate on satellite system to improve future roads

   Agents of change:
Statewide education/industry partnership helps companies help themselves

Saving time and money:
Honing manufacturing systems through Statistical Process Control

   Dealing with stress:
Engineering professor's contacts spur growing stress detection company

Making good ideas work:
UW-TEC programs help inventors take products from drawing board to market

   College Directory for Industry

AT WORK FOR WISCONSIN is a publication of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering. Stories may be reprinted with permission of the editor. For information, or additional copies of this publication, contact: Karen Walsh, Engineering External Relations, 215 North Randall Avenue, Madison, WI 53706 Voice 608/263-5988 Fax 608/263-9259 E-mail

Copyright 1997 The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System
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Date created: 19-Mar-1997

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