The 2023 Outstanding Women of Color honorees were announced on November 15, 2023.
Registration is open to attend the 2023 UW–Madison Diversity Forum — “Bridging the Divide: Realizing Belonging While Engaging Difference” — which will be held Nov 14 & 15 at Union South & virtually.
A photo story of #WiWelcome events at the DDEEA
This year’s theme of Transplanting Traditions honors our shared Latinx heritage, recognizing that many of our customs, communities, and cultures have been transplanted across the world. Thank you to the 2023 Latinx Heritage Month Planning Committee for your creativity, hard work, and dedication.
We are sharing the inspiring story of School of Human Ecology’s Human Development and Family Studies PhD student, Prudence Yokonia.
Ten University of Wisconsin–Madison community members were recognized in Madison365’s annual list of “Wisconsin’s Most Influential Asian American Leaders” for 2023.
University of Wisconsin–Madison staff and students are playing a leading role in advancing the national conversation around equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging on U.S. college campuses.
Find virtual and in-person opportunities to celebrate Pride Month on the UW–Madison campus and surrounding community.
Find virtual and in-person opportunities to celebrate Juneteenth on the UW–Madison campus and surrounding community.
The Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement will celebrate the spring 2023 UW–Madison graduates at an event on Thursday, May 11 at the Wisconsin Union. Doors open at 5 p.m. Ceremony begins at 5:30 p.m. Reception to follow.
The Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement (DDEEA) is seeking proposals for breakout sessions for the annual UW–Madison Diversity Forum taking place this year November 14 – November 15 at Union South. The theme for the 2023 Diversity Forum will be Bridging the Divide: …
Congratulations to the following current and former UW–Madison students and employees who received this well-deserved recognition.
Join us in honoring our Outstanding Women of Color awardees at a campuswide reception on March 3.
The 2023 Black History Month theme, “Black Arts: Multiple Mediums, One Story,” celebrates the art created by Black people, whether it’s through performing arts, painting, or quilting.
Former NCAAP President Benjamin Jealous said he succeeded by presenting the keys on how each of us can unlock our ability to have a maximum impact on the world for the better.
The new center will be devoted to educating the campus community about the university’s past in ways that will enrich the curriculum, inform administrative decisions and bolster efforts to achieve a more equitable university.
Also known as Chinese New Year, Shōgatsu, Sol, Tết, Losar, and more, the Spring Festival is one of the most important holidays in cultures across East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and the global Pan-Asian diaspora.