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BTN LiveBIG: Peace Corps gets a B1G hand

The Big Ten Conference made quite a mark on the Peace Corps last year, as evidenced by the organization’s tally of volunteers by alma mater in 2015. Eight of the top 25 large universities (those with more than 15,000 undergraduates) were from the B1G, and the conference accounted for half of the top 10. Moreover, the University of Michigan was second on the list of volunteer-producing graduate schools. Wisconsin and Michigan are second- and fourth-place, respectively, on the list of all-time undergraduate volunteers (since 1961). Here’s a look at where Big Ten universities placed in 2015: 2. Wisconsin (68 undergraduate

BTN LiveBIG: Big Ten dominates a different kind of 'Top 25' ranking

Around this time of year, students, alumni and fans of Big Ten college football teams are abuzz about the top 25 rankings. On campuses, in online forums and at sports bars across the country, people are talking about how many teams the conference has in the respective preseason polls, who’s underrated and overrated, and their predictions for bowl season and the second-ever college football playoff. But with all due respect to the AP and Coaches polls, there’s another “top 25” ranking that’s much more clear-cut, and one in which “impact on the field” takes on an entirely different meaning. We’re

BTN LiveBIG: JFK's historic visit to Michigan

Peace Corps Week comes to a close today. Big Ten universities play a significant role in the Peace Corps today, but Ann Arbor, Mich., was witness to an incredible moment in American history. On Oct. 14, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy spent the day campaigning for the presidency on the campus of the University of Michigan. Speaking in front of the Michigan Union, he challenged students to dedicate themselves to global peace and justice by living and working in developing nations. Hundreds of students “signed up,” and the movement would later become known as the Peace Corps. When you visit the steps

BTN LiveBIG: Big Ten leads in Peace Corp volunteering

Last week, the Peace Corps announced its 2013 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities. For the first time in eight years, the University of Wisconsin was on top of the rankings! Wisconsin was one of eight current (and one future) members of the Big Ten conference to rank among the top 25 volunteer-producing universities. Here’s how the rest of the Big Ten ranked on the Peace Corps list: 1. University of Wisconsin – 90 volunteers Follow the Wisconsin Peace Corps on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PeaceCorpsUWMadison For more information about the Peace Corps at Wisconsin, visit their home page. Follow the Wisconsin