65 SPEC Kit 361: Outreach and Engagement Public library Rec sports campus food pantry Americorps Vista e-sports club The Center for Enhancing Education in Math and Science (CEEMS) & community non-profit organizations Recent partnerships include the career center on campus, a couple of LGBT community groups, and a company. Smithsonian Affiliations, who coordinate a network of museums around the country associated with the Smithsonian. Student Wellness The Office the Undergraduate Research (which as of late July 2018 reports to the dean of libraries). The Writing Center individual programs for students from underrepresented groups technology venture office Transfer Student Center is a new center that opened inside the library in 2016. Center for Innovative Teaching, Research, and Learning is a new center that is about to open inside the library in fall 2018. Both are partnerships with the Division of Undergraduate Education. TRIO, Adidas Leadership Scholars Program University Housing Residence Life University Press, the iSchool, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison Children’s Museum, UW Milwaukee’s Special Collections and Archives. Local public libraries, local nonprofit organizations (e.g., Boys and Girls Club, etc.), WISCIENCE, Science Alliance, UW Makerspace, STEM Diversity Network, Master Gardeners, Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement (study jam), L&S Honors Program, Undergraduate Research Scholars Program, Data Science Hub, D2P, Data and Software Carpentry Group, Madison March for Science, International Student Services, New residence hall partnerships. Sub-committees of Center for the First-Year Experience (CFYE) University Relations, Social Media Manager Alachua County Public Library Veterans’ Office and Georgetown Community Partnership We are always identifying new potential partners including new offices to work with such as departments at universities, new museums, education service centers, etc. Examples include the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, and the Google Cultural Institute. We are partnering with various campus groups focused on first-generation and low-income students. We are also working closely with major student research and humanities related initiatives on campus. We also have close relationships with a variety of interdisciplinary programs, both for undergraduates and graduate students. We have planned events with the regional public library system and formed new partnerships with faculty leading university-wide initiatives. Mellon-funded initiative for first-generation students interested in graduate school. Regional, multi-university community-building partnership. We initiated two new programs: ORCID@Rutgers and Open and Affordable Textbooks (OAT) Program, which have required us to work with new strategic partners in education departments, university administration, Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED), Office of Information Technology (OIT), Post-Doc Office, New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG), registrar, and more. When new schools, programs, or centers are created, we contact new leaders.