Congratulations to the current and former UW–Madison students, faculty, and staff who received this well-deserved recognition.
Arguably, nothing has had a more positive impact on women in collegiate sports than the passage of Title IX, and 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark legislation.
The Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement is seeking proposals for breakout sessions for the annual UW–Madison Diversity Forum this fall.
Drs. LaVar and Sherri Charleston joined Alex Gee for a discussion about the evolution of the chief diversity officer position in higher education and how they serve as thought partners for each other.
First Wave helped Dequadray White (’20) not only to earn a degree from UW–Madison but also to find his voice, figuratively and literally.
Find virtual and in-person opportunities to celebrate Juneteenth on the UW–Madison campus and surrounding community.
Throughout June, the UW campus and the Madison community have a series of events to celebrate the self-affirmation, dignity, equality and visibility of the diverse group of people who make up the LGBTQ+ community.
The program in the College of Letters & Science is a nascent network of research and career-based opportunities designed to encourage first and second-year students in traditionally underrepresented groups to pursue majors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The nine historical markers on East Campus Mall honor and acknowledge the achievements, contributions, presence and history of the historically Black fraternities and sororities that make up NPHC, seven of which are active at UW–Madison.
Preliminary results from the Campus Climate Survey found most students from nearly all backgrounds find UW–Madison to be a safe, welcoming and respectful place where they feel they belong, though gaps in the campus experience persist.
UW community members Christy Clark-Pujara, Brenda González, Candace McDowell, and Hazel Symonette will be among six eminent women of color honored by the YWCA Madison for their leadership and enduring legacy in the greater Madison community.
Art inspired and empowered Dawry Ruiz as a teenager. Now he hopes to spread its motivating force to other young people.
UW–Madison faculty and staff reflect on what it means to them to see the contributions and accomplishments of the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American community increasingly recognized in Wisconsin and beyond.
At just 35, Cavalier Johnson is also Milwaukee’s first Millennial mayor, his triumph confirming his swift six-year rise from Common Council freshman to the seat of power in Wisconsin’s largest city.
The UW–Madison community showed up big in support of students from historically marginalized and underrepresented backgrounds and identities on the Day of the Badger.
The 15th annual Line Breaks Hip Hop Theater Festival brought together First Wave scholars and alumni for an extraordinary series of free performances on April 1 and 2 at the Overture Center.
The Bouchet Graduate Honor Society celebrates Dr. Edward A. Bouchet, the first African American to earn a PhD in the U.S.
Although his career in gathering groups for outdoor excursions spans 20 years, Kilgour’s heart was caught in the cobweb of the natural world at a young age.
Learn how you can support UW–Madison’s efforts to foster greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for all members of the UW community during the Day of the Badger.
STEM scholars from UW’s Center for Educational Opportunity got some firsthand lab experience and met representatives from NASA last week during spring break.