D2P office closed to public; online services available

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As many of you are aware, campus leadership has been carefully monitoring the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). You can find the most up-to-date information at https://covid19.wisc.edu/. In response to directives that have been issued from our campus leadership, Discovery to Product (D2P) offices will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17 through at least Friday, April 10. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we will continue to share updates with you as they are available. Discovery to Product’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our staff, campus colleagues, and families. As our community monitors and reacts to this unprecedented health emergency, we want to make you aware of steps that Discovery to Product (D2P) is taking to ensure the continuity of our programs while continuing to protect the health of our community and do everything possible to prevent illnesses and spread of the virus.

  • Remaining classroom sessions for spring semester cohorts of the Innovation to Market and Igniter program will be conducted online via WebEx. Program participants will receive detailed instructions via email on how to connect later this week.
  • D2P’s staff of Innovation and Commercialization specialists are available to UW–Madison faculty, staff, and student innovators for virtual meetings and mentoring sessions. You may schedule sessions directly with individuals by email. Innovation and Commercialization Specialist bios and contact details are available here: https://d2p.wisc.edu/staff/
  • The summer cohort of the Innovation to Market program is still scheduled to take place. If needed, in-person classes will take place via WebEx. Applications are due on May 15.
  • Please direct any general questions for our staff to our website contact form (https://d2p.wisc.edu/contact/), or via email at engage@d2p.wisc.edu.

Thank you for your cooperation as we all work together to keep the campus community as safe and healthy as possible.