If you are interested in getting involved in the President’s and Chancellor’s Challenge: A Crosstown Collaboration to Address Poverty, be sure to submit a check-in form to show your interest by the evening of Monday, Aug. 15.
The President’s and Chancellor’s Challenge, a partnership between Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, with support from the Johnson Controls Foundation, is focused on poverty, its root causes and its subsequent effects on members of Milwaukee’s various communities.
The President’s and Chancellor’s Challenge will provide funding for interdisciplinary teams of faculty, staff and students from Marquette and UWM to partner on innovative and collaborative work that represents critical areas in the community’s efforts to stem the rise of poverty. Partnerships with community organizations are highly encouraged.
For more information and resources on getting involved, visit the President’s and Chancellor’s Challenge: A Crosstown Collaboration to Address Poverty webpage.
If you want to get involved, to learn more or possibly get connected to community or University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee partners, email Innovation@marquette.edu.