Opened in 2015, the UW South Madison Partnership (UWSMP) is a UW–Madison initiative designed to meet the South Madison community’s needs and foster mutually beneficial relationships.
Three University of Wisconsin–Madison students reached the final stage of competition this year for Rhodes Scholarships, the oldest and most celebrated college awards for international study.
Here at the University of Wisconsin–Madison we aim to build those leaders by “sharing the world with Wisconsin and Wisconsin with the world,” as states the International Division.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison students achieved the second highest voter turnout among the 14 member institutions of the Big Ten Conference in the 2018 midterm elections, according to the newly announced results of the Big Ten Voting Challenge.
Participants will hear from Literacy Network staff about the mission and learn how to engage with service in purposeful and beneficial ways, as well as enjoy a delicious lunch from El Pastor, a local restaurant on the south side of Madison.
With sadness and gratitude, the Morgridge Center for Public Service announces the departure of Assistant Director of Civic Engagement and Communications Megan Miller and Badger Volunteers Coordinator Reuben Sanon.
Two students, Tina Marshalek and Rob Kiser, both transferred to UW-Madison from Madison College after discovering their desire to further their education past an associate’s degree.
The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship is a funding opportunity for semester or yearlong projects designed by an undergraduate or a group of undergraduates in collaboration with a community organization and a UW–Madison faculty or staff member.
As the Event Planning and Administrative Specialist Emily Wills works to put together Morgridge Center Events, especially pertaining to the Board of Advisors or partnerships with outside organizations.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison today reported that student voting on campus was up in last year’s election, increasing to 52.9 percent in 2018 from a rate of 35.6 percent in 2014.