Share the Wonderful

September 19th 2012
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[caption id="attachment_9930" align="aligncenter" width="510"]Share the Wonderful Some people have an alma mater. You have something more.[/caption]

Wow.  Wacky.  Witty.  Winter. Whimsical.

Wonderful.

That’s UW-Madison. 

Our alumni have stories, photos and memories.  And we want to hear about that wonderful.

For the first time ever, the University is launching a new multi-media effort to encourage alumni to support their alma mater through an annual gift. Your stories matter.

Share your experiences and more: www.sharethewonderful.org.

Collectively your gifts, no matter the size, make a difference. Gifts help recruit outstanding faculty, support ground-breaking research and provide life-changing experiences for Badgers. Your annual support ensures tomorrow's students are prepared to make a good living and lead a good life.

The campaign runs from September 15 to October 31, and I invite you to designate your annual gift to the College of Letters & Science Annual Fund.

Why does the University need your support now more than ever?  Read more in this fall'sOn Wisconsin: Madison Calling.

So go ahead and share all the things that make UW-Madison wonderful. We can't wait to see them.

How gifts make a difference in L&S:

A $100 Gift

  • Helps a faculty member buy supplies for a service learning trip
  • Allows a student association to buy snacks for networking meetings

A $250 Gift

  • Provides a stipend for undergraduates to attend to national competitions like Model UN and Mock Trial
  • Helps a faculty member or graduate student afford a membership to a professional organization

A $500

  • Helps a faculty member to teach a one-credit seminar to a small group of undergraduates in L&S Learning Communities
  • Provides financial assistance to purchase high-tech equipment and archival material for research projects

A $1000 Gift

  • Allows a faculty member to present a paper at a national conference or colloquium
  • Provides financial support to graduate student teaching assistants
    • Holly Hartung