I’m guessing many of you will have questions about the final project and/or need examples of different ideas people have done. This post is to help you think about those ideas and generate some topics of your own.
ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION & REQUIREMENTS
- Grading Rubric
- Developing your Project Idea
- Final Paper Outline Worksheet
POSTER RESOURCES (Poster Presented at the Symposium on 12/8)
- Writing Center Poster Tips
- Design Lab – Poster resources: tips, consultation, examples (at College Library)
REAL GRANT OPPORTUNITIES (and Inspiration!)
If you are interested, there are real grant opportunities on campus and beyond! For more information on the Wisconsin Idea and for inspiration, visit the sites below. These are great places to look to get project ideas as well!
- UW-Madison Statewide Outreach Incentive Grant Program
- Wisconsin Experience Grants (CfLI)
- Wisconsin Energy and Sustainability Challenge
- Partners in Giving is a UW-Madison campaign to support both charities in our local community and nationwide. Their website is a great place to go to see what charities are out there, which could give you some great ideas for projects!
- Newspapers are also a great source of information that can help you identify problems in your community. Here are some local news sources:
For another perspective on being an agent of change in your community, check out this Ted Talk about civic hacking: