University of Wisconsin–Madison

WiGROW Resources and Training

The participation and support of supervisors and students is integral to the WiGROW program. The following resources may be helpful to supervisors and students in engaging in WiGROW conversations, identifying and building transferable skills, and connecting with other campus resources.

Upcoming Workshops

Related Research and Readings

Dundes, L. & Marx, J. (2007). Balancing work and academics in college: Why do students working 10 to 19 hours per week excel? Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 8(1), 107-120 .

Geel, R., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2012). Earning While Learning: When and How Student Employment is Beneficial. Labour, 26(3), 313-340.

Haavik, A. (2003). On-Campus Student Employment Creates Mutual Benefits for Students and Institutions.

Lewis, J. (2007). Learning While Earning: Student Employment and Learning Outcomes. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

Orszag, J. M., Orszag, P.R., & Whitmore, D. M. (2001). Learning and Earning: Working in College.