UW-RF Seeks Projects for Experiential Learning Course
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 06/17/2014
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls' College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences is once again looking for businesses and organizations that may have projects they would like students to tackle as part of an experiential learning course. The course requires teams of students to apply their
academic skills to the completion of a project defined by a business or an organizational client.
The program is offered to senior students each semester, and typically relates to his or her major.
The benefits to the business/organizational client include having more than 600 student person hours devoted to a project with possible end products being feasibility studies, design analyses, financial analyses, business plans, marketing plans and prototypes. In the course of their work, project teams draw on the
expertise of faculty mentors and other UWRF faculty and staff.
Interested groups that have projects to offer for the fall semester should call 715-425-3298 for more information.