The free, family-friendly event will feature a complimentary food truck, music, games, face-painting, and a visit from Bucky Badger and Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin.
Odyssey Beyond Bars
Federal spending bill includes $500,000 boost for Odyssey Project
The UW Odyssey Project was one of about a dozen University of Wisconsin–Madison initiatives receiving funds from the 2022 spending plan passed by Congress and signed by President Biden. The Odyssey Project is slated to …
Odyssey Beyond Bars program receives state award for prison education
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Odyssey Beyond Bars (OBB) program received the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Eisenberg Award for its work in giving people who are incarcerated the ability to take college courses and improve their …
Odyssey Beyond Bars Receives Grant to Teach College Courses in Wisconsin Prisons
The UW–Madison Odyssey Project received a $300,000 grant from the Oscar Rennebohm Foundation to continue teaching college courses to incarcerated people in Wisconsin through the Odyssey Beyond Bars program.