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.
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.
The Public Humanities Exchange for Undergraduates (HEX-U) is a high-impact program for undergraduate students at UW-Madison who wish to make meaningful connections between their humanities scholarship and the needs of the local community through new models of social engagement.