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Graduate certificate and PhD minor in Community-Engaged Scholarship available this fall

The graduate certificate and PhD minor in Community-Engaged Scholarship (CES), hosted in the Department of Civil Society and Community Studies and supported/advised by the Morgridge Center for Public Service, officially rolls out this fall. The 9-12 credit program will train graduate students in CES, defined as teaching or research done in collaboration with community organizations or community partners in equitable, mutually beneficial, respectful relationships.

Credits taken in eligible courses will be counted retroactively when students enroll for the certificate/minor. For more information visit the CES minor/grad certificate website, see the CES fact sheet, or contact Haley Madden (hmadden@wisc.edu) or Elizabeth Tryon (etryon@wisc.edu) of the Morgridge Center.