Interested in exploring volunteer opportunities, internships or careers with local and national nonprofits? Then don’t miss this spring’s Public Service Fair from 3 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday Jan. 31 in the Gordon Dining & Event Center!
When Angela Maloney heard about the Newman Civic Fellowship through the Morgridge Center’s newsletter, Morgridge Mail, she felt that her collegiate experience and interests aligned strongly with the mission of the fellowship.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is ecstatic to welcome Brittany Colón as the center’s first administrative assistant.
Yudawanti, who graduated in 2019, started working as an advisor with the UW-Madison PEOPLE program this fall. Her roots as an advisor stretch back to her time at the Morgridge Center.
In this special episode of GridgeFridge, we dig into the behind-the-scenes work of the Sifting and Reckoning exhibit – the culmination of a years-long research project examining the history of discrimination and exclusion at UW-Madison.
An interest in politics and campus engagement familiarized Anna Barry with the name of the Morgridge Center for Public Service.
Although her father is well-educated, navigating through the college application process was no easier for her than it was for any other first-generation college student.
In this episode, we talk with Kao Lee Yang about her research with dementia, her experience as a Morgridge Fellow and the importance of Community-engaged Scholarship on campus and beyond.
UW-Madison is holding VoteFest, a weeklong series of events to engage students with resources about voting. VoteFest aims to empower students to become more civically educated with the hope that they will carry that habit with them after they graduate.
In the past five years, over 20 undergraduate projects have been funded. Example projects implemented have ranged from addressing food insecurity to providing accessible art education for children.