Morgridge Center staff members, Haley Madden and Cory Sprinkel, in collaboration with Emeritus staff member, Beth Tryon, recently co-authored the book, Preparing Students to Engage in Equitable Community Partnerships.
To kick off season four of the GridgeFridge, we chat with Catherine Reiland about the value of the connection and how the program is a chance to hear from different voices across Wisconsin.
Sixteen faculty and campus members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been named Morgridge Fellows — the largest Morgridge Fellows cohort.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service released its 2022-23 annual report highlighting the center’s activities over the past year.
The first-ever Wisconsin Idea Conference is in the books. Check out some photos from the opening remarks and breakout sessions from this year’s conference.
The Wisconsin Idea Conference will be held on Monday, March 27 at Union South with select talks streamed online. Registration closes on Sunday, March 12. Faculty, staff, and students who have an interest in university-community engagement are encouraged to attend.
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.
Highlights from this year include: the return of in-person and virtual Badger Volunteers, preparing students for community-engaged work and results of UW–Madison’s student voter turnout in the 2020 Presidential Election.
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.