Leadership @ UW
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a rich history of developing engaged citizens in an ever-changing society. This is not coincidental, but a natural outgrowth of our university’s culture and mission.
Leadership development is taking place across our campus in organizations, programs, and courses. By connecting people and opportunities, Leadership @ UW supports our great University of Wisconsin in its tradition of promoting leadership for positive change on campus, across our state, and throughout the world.
Promotes the UW-Madison Leadership Framework, a shared understanding of leadership inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, that honors new and existing practices.
Your Lasting Impact
Leadership @ UW brings together programs, academic courses, trainings, and workshops around the UW-Madison Leadership Framework, making it easier for individuals and organizations to develop leadership knowledge, skills, and abilities.
You can help create brand new programs to benefit students, faculty and staff on campus. Your contribution will leave a footprint with a lasting impact.
News & Updates
Save the Date!
The annual Leadership @ UW Spring Open House is May 5th at the Pyle Center. We invite you to share an afternoon and see all the ways leadership development and education is being implemented across campus and the community. A registration link will be provided soon. We hope to see you there!
Date: Tuesday, May 5th
Place: Pyle Center, Alumni Lounge
Engaged Leaders through Employment
The Center for Leadership & Involvement and the Office of Student Financial Aid developed this program to consult and support employers to create and maintain leadership development within the student employee experience. This program seeks to intentionally uplift their leadership development efforts. For more information about this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Business
The Business Badger Badges is a leadership opportunity for undergraduate students in the School of Business with workshops, experiences, and reflection opportunities. The badges represent competencies students have achieved. Leadership @ UW has worked with the School of Business to align portions of the Leadership Framework so students in this program can also complete hours toward the Leadership Certificate. For more information about this program, visit The Wisconsin School of Business or email email@example.com