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.
While in high school, Adrian Jauregui was torn about where to attend college. Now, he knows his decision to attend the University of Wisconsin–Madison was absolutely the right choice.
Throughout her career, Hibah Ansari, a Morgridge Center alum, has worked to create news that serves communities historically marginalized by the mainstream media.
From climate change to racial justice, from education reform to healthcare access, from transgender rights to domestic violence resources on campus, the breadth of topics covered showcased the expansive nature of the issues young leaders are tackling today.
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.
Not every student is familiar with the many paths that exist after high school graduation, and Bridging Wisconsin, a Wisconsin Idea Fellowship, was designed to connect students with undergraduate mentors and pre-college resources.
Tuesday, Sept. 19 is National Voter Registration Day. Ready to celebrate this holiday and get civically engaged? We got you! Today, we’re sharing five ways to celebrate National Voter Registration Day.
Forget the stress of a job fair—at the Public Service Fair, students can attend any portion of the event, dress however they’d like and do not need to bring a resume or cover letter.
Whether you’re new to Madison or familiar with the city, Badger Volunteers is a unique opportunity for all UW–Madison students to engage with their local community and cultivate real-world experience in their field of interest.
Sixteen faculty and campus members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been named Morgridge Fellows — the largest Morgridge Fellows cohort.