Our goal at the Morgridge Center for Public Service is to support any graduate student who wants to engage in community-based learning, teaching or research. We’ll connect you with the community and provide you with classes and resources to help your community-engaged scholarship flourish.
The Association of Graduate Engaged Scholars (AGES) is a student organization that supports the community-engaged research and teaching efforts of UW-Madison graduate students from any department.
Each fall, our staff offers a non-credit or 2-credit graduate level course called “Principles and Practices of Community-Engaged Scholarship.” This course is required for the doctoral minor/graduate certificate in Community-Engaged Scholarship.
Discover Community-based Research opportunities across the UW-Madison campus. Find new partners, research and community opportunities.
Find awards, funding and professional development opportunities for graduate students engaged in community-based learning and research.