Thirteen faculty and campus members at UW–Madison have been named Morgridge Fellows. The fellows were selected through a juried process to participate in the year-long learning community designed to further institutionalize and support community-engaged scholarship.
Chase Ochrach, a fourth-year PhD student in UW-Madison’s counseling psychology program, became the first recipient of the Excellence in Community-based Learning Teaching Award.
A feature video produced by the Morgridge Center for Public Service highlights the work of the Pro Bono Clinic and its impacts on the students, faculty and clients who have worked with the clinic over the years.
Ramirez comes to the Morgridge Center with over a decade and a half of experience in higher education outreach and public service work rooted in community-campus partnerships.
Interested in learning more about the Madison community and working with community members and organizations? Consider signing up for a Community-based Learning (CBL) course when you enroll for spring classes.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is excited to share the news that Cory Sprinkel is the new community-engaged Scholarship specialist. Since June 2019, Sprinkel has served as the community engagement preparation specialist.
Twelve faculty and campus members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been named Morgridge Fellows. The program is led by Morgridge Center academic staff and guest speakers from campus and community perspectives.
Despite the different paths they took after leaving UW, Qureshi and Ellis remain connected to community and each other thanks to the time they spent working as Community-based Learning (CBL) interns at the Morgridge Center for Public Service.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is ecstatic to announce that Dr. Haley Madden will serve as assistant director for community-engaged scholarship.
With the final days of the fall semester on the horizon, the Morgridge Center for Public Service says goodbye to beloved professional staff member Beth Tryon.