The Association of Graduate Engaged Scholars (AGES), a student-led organization, supports the community-engaged research and teaching efforts of UW–Madison graduate students from any department.
The UW–Madison MLK Day Celebration honors the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as the many ways UW–Madison students, faculty and staff embody Dr. King’s spirit of service.
These series showcases the breadth of community-based research on campus by providing in-depth examples of current research as it relates to students learning outcomes, community impacts and theoretical exploration.
We host the Public Service Fair twice a year. The events provide students the opportunity to connect with local, state and national nonprofit agencies.
The Be the Change Bash honors students, staff, faculty and community partners who contribute their time and talents to both the community and the UW–Madison campus through service. The Bash includes the annual award ceremony.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union (WBSU) is committed to being the campus leader in the cause. Join the fight against Sickle Cell Disease and to make an appointment today.
Upcoming Morgridge Center and Campus Events
- June 26Garden Stroll1:00 PM, Meet at Visitor Center, UW–Madison Arboretum
- June 26Bird and Nature Adventure: Preserving the Preserve1:30 PM, Picnic Point entrance kiosk, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000 University Bay Drive, Madison WI 53705
- June 26Summer Concerts at Allen Centennial GardenJazz in the Garden5:00 PM
- June 29
- June 30Thursday WellnessStop by the gardens for a relaxing lunch break.11:30 AM