Wisconsin Idea Fellowships
Fall 2014 WIF Information Sessions:
Tuesday, Oct. 29 | 6:30 - 8:00 pm | Red Gym
The Wisconsin Idea is the belief that the education and research at UW-Madison should be used to benefit communities beyond our campus borders. Our knowledge and expertise should be used to serve the state, the country and the world.
Wisconsin Idea Fellowships are awarded annually to undergraduate student projects working to solve issues identified by local or global communities. Fellowships are awarded to semester-long or year-long projects designed by an undergraduate student (or group of students) in collaboration with a community organization and a UW-Madison faculty or academic staff member.
Projects can receive up to $7,000 in total funding and students receive 3 academic credits. Student recipients are also invited to present their work at the Undergraduate Symposium in the spring semester.
Applications for Wisconsin Idea Fellowships open each year in late fall with selections made in mid-spring.