Eleven Badgers recognized among Wisconsin’s Most Influential Native American leaders for 2024

Eleven University of Wisconsin–Madison community members were recognized in Madison365’s annual list of “Wisconsin’s Most Influential Native American Leaders” for 2024. Madison365, a nonprofit online news publication, has published annual power lists recognizing Wisconsin leaders …

Outstanding Women of Color Awards Honor Six Women for Exceptional Contributions to Their Communities

Surrounded by family, friends, colleagues, mentors and others, six remarkable women were celebrated on Thursday, March 7th. The women – faculty and graduate students – were honored with the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Outstanding Women of Color award in recognition of their leadership in advancing social justice.

MLK Symposium Inspires Renewed Commitment to Civic Engagement, Honoring the Legacy of the Late Civil Rights Leader

The annual 2024 MLK Symposium at UW–Madison took place with a sense of urgency and an air of renewed commitment, as speakers and participants alike spoke of the need to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words and heed his call for vigilance in the fight for social justice.

2023 Outstanding Women of Color Honorees Announced

The 2023 Outstanding Women of Color honorees were announced on November 15, 2023.