Four Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Global Connections committee members pose for a picture at Friends-Giving dinner at the Memorial Union.
Hundreds of students, many wearing UW–Madison shirts, make the “W-sign” with their hands.
Student members of Madacom, a Madison dance community comprised of three separate UW organizations: Dancas Dance Crew, Korean & American Student Performers (KASPer), and Hypnotiq: Hip Hop Dance Crew, perform during the crew dance portion of the Chinese Undergraduate Student Associationís (CUSA) Show Me Your Dance event at the Wisconsin Union Theaters.
Members of the Ho-Chunk Nation are pictured during a heritage marker dedication ceremony for the "Our Shared Future" plaque on Bascom Hill.
Students and staff in the Posse program at UW–Madison pose for a group photo on the football field in Camp Randall stadium.

The Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement works to create a diverse, inclusive and excellent learning and work environment for the entire UW–Madison community.

Land Acknowledgement

The University of Wisconsin–Madison rests in the ancestral land of the Ho-Chunk Nation, the People of the Big Voice, who have called this place Teejop (day-JOPE) for time immemorial. We as a university community continue to create and build upon our partnerships with the 12 First Nations of Wisconsin. As a state university we respect the inherent sovereignty and unique legal status, as affirmed and set forth in state and federal law, of the First Nations of Wisconsin.