The Community Campus Connectors (C3), are a group of UW-Madison units and programs which routinely connect with community partners and advance the UW-Madison Civic Action Plan. Over a dozen campus entities which conduct community-engaged activities and collaborations participate in this group.
To learn more about this group or become involved, please email Haley Madden at email@example.com.
C3 Units and Programs
Learn more about the units involved and how to connect with them below:
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Bolz Center for Arts Administration
Bolz Center for Arts Administration stewards the 2 year full-time MBA Program and 1 year accelerated Master’s degree in Arts and Creative Enteprise Leadership. We partner with campus and local organizations through student applied learning, consulting, and board leadership projects. To connect with the Bolz Center, please reach out to Assistant Director Rebecca Buckman: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancer Health Disparities Initiative
Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies
The Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (CommNS) is a hub for collaboration and exchange among faculty, students, and community partners. The CommNS fosters work and learning partnerships that advance the well-being of communities, as well as the civic and nonprofit sectors. Please visit our website to find out more: https://commnsknowledge.wisc.edu/. You may also reach out with your questions about our work or potential collaborations — to: Executive Director Mary Beth Collins, email@example.com, Associate Director Amy Hilgendorf, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Americorps VISTA Adrienne Theune, email@example.com
Center for the Humanities
The Center for the Humanities supports traditional and new forms of inquiry in the humanities and engages the public through partnerships that broaden the ways that knowledge circulates. To become a community partner for one of our public humanities grants, please contact assistant director of public humanities Aaron Fai (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Collaborative Center for Health Equity
The Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) is nested within the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). The work of CCHE is to promote social justice in health in Wisconsin and beyond through health equity research, culturally aware investigator training and mentorship, and collaboration with underserved groups. This includes the Building Trust training created to strengthen Wisconsin-based research teams’ capacity to effectively recruit and retain participants typically underrepresented in research, pilot funding opportunities for postdoctoral trainees and Assistant Professors via the Advancing Health Equity and Diversity (AHEAD) program, and more. Contact CCHE at email@example.com or request a consultation with our team here.
HealthTIDE at the Center for Child and Family Well-Being
HealthTIDE at the Center for Child and Family Well-Being – To connect with us, please email Amy Korth at Amy.Korth@wisc.edu or Amy Meinen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
The UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) offers resources for academic investigators and research teams across campus seeking to translate research discoveries into real-life community practice and improve human health. The ICTR Community-Academic Partnerships (ICTR-CAP) program offers multiple resources to support community-engagement throughout the life-cycle of a research project (see stakeholder engagement resources), including statewide research networks linking researchers to communities (see practice-based research networks), education and training (see Certificate in Clinical and Community Outcomes Research plus online lectures related to community outcomes research), and designing with dissemination and implementation in mind (see ICTR Dissemination & Implementation Launchpad). ICTR also offers pilot grant funding opportunities to support community-based and health services research in support of an academic career. To learn more about ICTR-CAP resources, request a consultation here.
Morgridge Center for Public Service
The Morgridge Center for Public Service connects campus and community through service, community-based learning, and community-based research. We partner with community organizations for direct service opportunities (such as the Badger Volunteers program) and connect community partners with faculty, staff, and students for many other research, teaching, and engagement opportunities. To connect with us, please reach out to Haley Madden at email@example.com.
Office of Student Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid provides equitable access to financial resources for all students while supporting the enrollment goals of the the University and the educational values of Wisconsin. We do this by supporting student access and success within higher education through financial aid advising and outreach with campus and community partners. To connect with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Education
The UniverCity Alliance serves as a front door for local governments interested in making better places together. If your local government has projects that are “stuck” and could benefit from faculty, staff, and students working on them with you, please reach out to email@example.com.
UW Community Relations & UW South Madison Partnership
UW Community Relations and the UW South Madison Partnership serve as central connectors between the university and community and work to facilitate collaborative events and partnership projects with local community partners. To connect with us, please email Assistant Director of the UW South Madison Partnership, Merry Farrier-Babanovski (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Director of Community Relations, Brenda González (email@example.com).
UW Division of Extension
UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Office of Community Health
The DFMCH Office of Community Health (OCH) aims to bring together the wisdom within our communities, our university, and our health systems to develop a sustainable infrastructure that will support the work of socially accountable healthcare initiatives focusing on advancing health equity. To connect with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS)
The Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS) envisions a world where diverse patient and community perspectives are integrated into health science research as a means to health equity. To make this vision a reality, WINRS works to advance racial justice and equity on and off campus and promotes the active engagement of historically marginalized communities in health science research. WINRS offers a variety of services to support research equity and help translational scientists incorporate relevant stakeholder perspectives into their projects. We coordinate two groups of community advisors affiliated with the Goodman Community Center and Lussier Community Education Center called the Community Advisors on Research Design and Strategies (CARDS). To connect with us, please contact Kat Phelps, email@example.com.