The DDEEA will celebrate our spring 2022 UW–Madison grads at an event on May 13 at the Wisconsin Union. The ceremony will be streamed online for anyone who can’t make it to the celebration.
The Los Angeles–based artist has released several records and modern R&B styling amassing over 50 million streams worldwide.
Find events and other information about Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month at UW–Madison.
Register now for “Centering Resistance: Imaginings of a New Feminist Future,” a virtual conference from April 7–9 hosted by the UW System Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium and Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian.
Health care practitioners, faculty, students, and members of the wider LGBTQ+ community are invited to this unique conference on April 14. Connect and network with thought leaders and each other as we explore how to build an inclusive and just culture of health.
The 15th annual Line Breaks Hip Hop Theater Festival on April 1st & 2nd will bring together students and professional artists for a series of performances unlike any other on the UW campus.
The 2022 Black Arts Matter Festival from March 23rd – 26th will celebrate contemporary Black art with a three-day national poetry slam, discussions, and performances in music, theater, dance, and more.
The 9th annual International Women’s Day event will be held on March 5 as a virtual event with an in-person reception and Global Marketplace to follow. Register now to receive the Zoom meeting link via email …
Legendary costume designer Ruth E. Carter will provide the Black History Month keynote address in a special event on Sunday, Feb. 27 in Union South.
The annual awards honor women of color among UW–Madison’s faculty, staff, students, and the Madison area who have made significant contributions to the campus community.
Join us for an evening of reflection on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of The 1619 Project.
Watch video recordings and find resources from the 2021 Diversity Forum, “Rising Above and Reshaping our World in the Image of Justice,” which was held as a hybrid conference on Nov. 2 & 3.
Each year, Wunk Sheek and campus partners host a series of events across the university to celebrate the rich history, culture, and heritage of Native people at UW–Madison.
Make your plans now for Multicultural Homecoming 2021!
The actor, content creator and artist who celebrates all things Latinx and beautiful will provide the UW–Madison Latinx Heritage Month keynote address on Oct. 8.
The Latinx community has a vast and complex history of Conquista, revolution, colonization, immigration, and advocacy. What keeps our community together are values that transcend these systems and events that have many times hurt our …
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s annual fall Faculty of Color Reception will welcome newly hired faculty of color to the campus and recognized others who were promoted to assistant and full professor during the past year. …
Dr. Russell Jeung, co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate, will provide the day one keynote address at the 2021 UW–Madison Diversity Forum.
Coming up on Tuesday, May 18, the Region V Public Health Training Center and UW Population Health Institute will co-present, ‘Building Power Through Re-Indigenization Across American Indian Communities During COVID-19.’ COVID-19 has worsened many long-standing …
An innovative community of movers, poets, and drummers gather together from California, Wisconsin to New York, for a unique live-stream event, as timely as it is a welcomed breath of fresh spring air. The presenters …