What’s in a Name? Charles Van Hise and the history of eugenics at UW–Madison

The University Committee on Disability Access and Inclusion (CDAI) held a discussion with Kacie Lucchini Butcher, director of the Public History Project, to reckon with the history of eugenics support at UW–madison on Thursday, Nov. 3, at Union South.

How Community TIES program builds support networks for people with disabilities

Community TIES (Training, Intervention, and Evaluation Services) opened in 1986 as a branch of the Waisman Center with the mission to address the behavioral, psychological, and emotional needs of individuals with disabilities using therapeutic approaches that assure continued participation in supported society.

New Pan Asian Veterinary Medicine Scholarship aims to increase and support diversity in veterinary medicine

The $1,000 scholarhip recognizes one recipient annually who represents “strong interest and commitment to veterinary medicine,” he says. Preference is given to applicants who are members of the Association of Asian Veterinary Medical Professionals (AAVMP) of UW–Madison and demonstrate commitment to or interest in one or more Pan-Asian countries and cultures.

Anjalé Welton named Rupple-Bascom Professor

Welton focuses much of her work on how educational leaders talk about and address race and racism in their school communities. She is also committed to providing professional development for educational leaders on issues of race and equity.

Award-winning NPR ‘Throughline’ podcasters to be featured at Diversity Forum

Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei, co-hosts and producers of NPR’s Peabody Award-winning podcast “Throughline,” will serve as UW–Madison’s fall Journalists in Residence Nov. 14-16.