Madison, Wis. (January 14, 2015) –Edgewood College has received the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Edgewood College is now one of only 361 colleges and universities across the country that hold this classification, which will remain in effect for ten years.
The Corporation for National and Community Service has honored Edgewood College with a place on the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for commitment to service, civic engagement and service-learning. The College has received this honor for the past several years.
Saturday, Jan. 31 2:00pm Women's Basketball vs. Benedictine University 4:15pm Men's Basketball vs. Benedictine University Alumni VIP Lounge with complimentary appetizers and refreshments open half-time of the women's game through half-time of the men's game. Join the Edgewood College community and #UniteToFight hunger by bringing non-perishable food items to the game. All goods will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin.
A gift of $500,000 to honor a student from the Cutting Edge program at Edgewood College, eligible for a dollar-for-dollar match from a second, anonymous donor, results in a $1 million gift for a new residence hall on campus.
“This is my way of being able to give back, and ‘pay it forward.’ But I get just as much out of it as I put into it. It’s a beautiful thing.” Sherri Smith, a senior from Theresa, Wis., has served full-time for nearly twenty years in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Through her connections with the Military and Veterans Service Office on campus she learned about Ride to Recovery, a national organization that provides opportunities for wounded and rehabilitating veterans to get out on bicycles and heal, whether it’s physical or mental.
Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation has created the Daniel Carey Community Scholars Fund with a gift to the College this week of $500,000. This new endowed fund named in honor of President Emeritus Dan Carey will support the full tuition of one additional Community Scholar every four years. Edgewood College created the Community Scholars Program, which supports three students each year with full tuition while they earn their undergraduate degrees.
When President Emeritus Dan Carey passed the Presidential Medallion, Scott Flanagan, Ed.D. officially became the seventh president of Edgewood College at the Inauguration Ceremony held Friday, October 24, 2014, in the Todd Wehr Edgedome.
Madison, Wis. (October 15, 2014) – Scott Flanagan, Ed.D. officially becomes the seventh president of Edgewood College at the Inauguration Ceremony at 1:30 pm, Friday, October 24, 2014 , in the Todd Wehr Edgedome on campus.
The performance of two Edgewood College student-athletes has grabbed the attention of a major national publication. The October 7 edition of Sports Illustrated features Eagle sophomore twin sisters Jessie and Taylor Pampuch in the popular “Faces in the Crowd” section.
Madison, Wis. (September 23, 2014) - Edgewood College welcomes artist Carolyn Kallenborn’s immersive gallery installation, a community altar project and an evening festival premiering her new film, all inspired by her experiences of Day of the Dead celebrations in Oaxaca, Mexico.