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.
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.
In an effort to understand and support civic engagement among underrepresented minority students on campus, Morgridge Center for Public Service staff have launched a research study that aims to enhance civic engagement programming at UW-Madison.
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.
CARDS is one of the stakeholder engagement services offered by the Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS), based at the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
These 11 students and faculty are proof that the Wisconsin Idea is a living, serving idea. This year’s Wisconsin Without Borders awards honor these students and faculty for their community-engaged work at home and across the world.
During her time as a high school Spanish teacher, Jennifer Seelig wondered how the community’s relationship with the school affects learning and instruction.