The University of Wisconsin–Madison is proud to announce Shehrose Charania as its 2020 Newman Civic Fellow. Charania was nominated by UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank for her commitment to fight health inequities that affect immigrant and refugee populations.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is canceling all events and co-curricular programming including, Badger Volunteers, Community-based Learning courses for the remainder of the semester to limit the spread and impact of the virus.
Are UW–Madison students ready to take on another election year? With the addition of the Badgers Vote social media intern, Cynthia Liu, the Badgers Vote Coalition is gearing up to prepare students for the upcoming elections and turn out at the polls.
Many UW–Madison students will get their first chance to vote for a presidential candidate on April 7, and campus is gearing up for it. It starts with Associated Students of Madison’s “Voterpalooza” event on Friday, March 6.
In 2019, Campus Food Shed received the 2019-2020 Wisconsin Idea Fellowship, a grant awarded to individuals or group projects working towards addressing a challenge identified along with a local or global community partner.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is excited to host Dr. Andrew Furco, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Associate Vice President for Public Engagement and Professor of Higher Education.
The Spring Primary Election Day is Feb. 18, and early voting will be held on campus from Feb. 10 to 13. On the ballot will be several local offices and a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
This semester the Morgridge Center for Public Service welcomes two new peer advisors to the center. Matt Flynn and Caitriona Hobart will help advise students interested in volunteering in the Madison community.
On Friday, Jan. 24 at 7 a.m., registration opens for this semester of Badger Volunteers, the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s largest student-led volunteer program. Badger Volunteers registration is open to all UW-Madison undergraduates and graduates.
Mackenzie Berry didn’t shy away from opportunities while at UW-Madison. The more she was out in the community, the more she became alarmed at the inequities that existed in Wisconsin.