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.
To ‘advertise’ a project idea, please use the Wisconsin Idea Exchange database. We will promote your submission to students.
The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship is generously supported by American Family Insurance.
The Michael Thornton and Nora Medina Social Innovation Award proudly supports projects targeting the opportunity gap in Madison.