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.
Gloria Heiss will never forget the moment she found out her Wisconsin Idea Fellowship (WIF) project to create a “Pop-Up Library” in Beloit, Wisconsin was accepted last spring.
The 2020-21 Wisconsin Idea Fellowships have been awarded to nine outstanding undergraduate projects at home and across the globe. A total of 16 UW-Madison undergraduate students are part of this year’s projects.
In 2019, Campus Food Shed received the 2019-2020 Wisconsin Idea Fellowship, a grant awarded to individuals or group projects working towards addressing a challenge identified along with a local or global community partner.
Mackenzie Berry didn’t shy away from opportunities while at UW-Madison. The more she was out in the community, the more she became alarmed at the inequities that existed in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship is a funding opportunity for semester or yearlong projects designed by an undergraduate or a group of undergraduates in collaboration with a community organization and a UW–Madison faculty or staff member.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service released its 2018-19 annual report highlighting the center’s activities over the past year.
The 2019-20 Wisconsin Idea Fellowships have been awarded to nine outstanding undergraduate projects at home and across the globe. A total of 15 UW-Madison undergraduate students are part of this year’s projects.
Masha Vodyanyk’s Wisconsin Idea Fellowship titled, “Providing an Accessible Art Education for Children” focused on working with kids in the fourth to sixth grade to help refine their art and motor skills at the Eagle Heights Community.
Over one in 10 households in the U.S. face food insecurity, according to the USDA. In Wisconsin, that totals to over a quarter million families who do not have access to sufficient and healthy food. …