Funding opportunities for UW-Madison faculty and instructional staff are available for community-based learning courses, research, community-engaged projects and more
Administered by the Morgridge Center for Public Service, up to $5,000 per course is available for new community-based learning courses or current courses that add a community-based learning component.
Undergraduate student fellows partner with faculty/instructional staff mentors to develop a local or global community engagement project. Faculty/instructional staff members are awarded up to $2,000 for project costs.
Although the final funding round was completed in spring 2014, the Morgridge Match Grant Program continues to fund ongoing community engagement projects and research.
The Office of the Provost awards Baldwin Grants annually through a competitive process to students, faculty or staff whose research or projects advance the Wisconsin Idea.
UW-Madison Libraries has assembled a collection of local and national grant links and opportunities. The Collection also offers workshops, seminars and in-person appointments at Memorial Library.