The Morgridge Center for Public Service released its 2022-23 annual report highlighting the center’s activities over the past year. The report details how the Morgridge Center lives out its mission of building a thriving democratic society by connecting campus with community through service, Community-based Learning and Research.
Highlights from this year include: producing two long-form narrative episodes for the GridgeFridge podcast, attaining our platinum level office certificate from the Office of Sustainability, community-campus mixers at UW South Madison Partnership and some highlights of our accomplishments towards the Civic Action Plan.
The Morgridge Center professional staff grew this past year adding staff for office and program support:
- Brittany Colón joined the center as the directors administrative assistant, a newly created role, in early fall.
- Shelby Fosco joined the center as the co-curricular programs specialist and then transitioned to the newly created role of co-curricular programs manager.
- Lara Miller joined the center as the Badger Volunteers Assistant Program Manager and then shortly thereafter transitioned into the role of the Badger Volunteers Program Manager in September.
- James Zimmerman joined the center as the Badger Volunteers Assistant Program Manager after holding positions in residential life at both University of Nevada-Reno and Louisiana State University.
The annual report also details updates related to the center’s flagship Badger Volunteers program, Wisconsin Idea Fellowships, Community-based Learning courses and communications and marketing.
To read the full 2022-23 annual report, click here.