Morgridge Center 20th Anniversary
The time to shape our future is now.
In 2016, the Morgridge Center for Public Service is celebrating 20 years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. We'll be celebrating all year long, honoring our past two decades while also igniting a spark for the next 20 years ahead.
We have a series of events planned for both campus and community in 2016, in addition to year-long campaigns aimed at getting students to reflect on and engage with their civic responsibility and opportunity.
UW-Madison alumni John and Tashia Morgridge established the Morgridge Center in 1996 with a generous endowment. Through the passion and dedication of thousands of faculty, staff, students, community partners and donors in the two decades since, the Morgridge Center has become a national model for university public service and civic engagement. Read more about our history.
Campus & Community Summit
On Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, UW-Madison educators, students, national experts and community leaders gathered at the Discovery Building for a day highlighted by honest discussion, interactive networking and collaborative learning around campus-community engagement.