The Morgridge Center for Public Service will be hosting Wisconsin Idea Fellowships (WIF) information sessions on October 22 and 28. WIF is an exciting funding opportunity for undergraduate students working with community partners to solve problems. WIF projects can be local or global! Fellowships are awarded to semester or yearlong projects and can receive up to $7,000 in project funding. In the past, students from a variety of majors, departments and interests apply for a WIF.
See the info session flyer as well as a WIF informational flyer below. Feel free to reach out to Graduate Student Mentor Laura Livingston if you or anyone else has questions about the Wisconsin Idea Fellowships.
Information sessions are located at the Morgridge Center:
Tuesday, October 22 – 5-6 pm
Monday, October 28 – 4:30-5:30 pm