The partnership involved 389 students, 26 projects, 20 courses, 16 faculty. The projects involved work within 12 UW-Madison departments, eight UW-Madison schools and colleges, with five Dane County project leads and two UW-Madison staff. -Students analyzed 95 parcels through the county and assessed the feasibility of future workforce housing developments -Students worked to reduce food insecurity and increase access to affordable childcare by researching case studies of local and national organizations using cooperative business models. Communication campaigns were used to increase CSA farms among low-income families. -Students investigated options for using the Alliant Energy Center grounds for pop-up shops, which have since been used.