The updated Project 72 website is now live and highlights three new stories on SoHE alumni and partners.
SoHE alumna and BoV member Deb Alder (Home Economics, ’77) and husband Jeff Scherer outline their redevelopment projects in the town of Delavan in Walworth County. Read the full story.
Alumna Deb Ivey (home Economics, ’73) years of working with 4-H and children in Iowa County is highlighted. Read the full story.
SoHE partner John Baumann of Colony Brands gives back in Green County as well as supporting his alma mater. Read the full story.
Project 72 is a “thank you” to Wisconsin residents and alumni for all that they have given to the UW System for the last 169 years. The state’s best researchers, artists, explorers, athletes, scholars, and politicians have come to here and made UW a world-class university. In addition to an updated website, Project 72 also includes a #Thankyou72 Summer Tour with a Badger-red ice cream truck and retro images on Twitter.
photos courtesy of UW-Madison
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