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.
Thanks to new funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, an interdisciplinary group of UW–Madison faculty, staff and graduate students will be able to help teach the history of land taken from tribal nations to benefit land-grant universities.
Join us in person and online for UW–Madison’s annual MLK Symposium, featuring former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous, on Monday, Jan. 23, from 5:30 – 7 p.m. in Shannon Hall at the Memorial Union.
Carla Vigue, a member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, was most recently director of communications, events and community engagement for the National Council of Urban Indian Health in Washington, D.C.
Find ways to get involved in your community to honor and carry forward the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with these MLK Day events in Dane County, Wisconsin.
Congratulations to the current and former UW–Madison students and employees who were recognized on Madison365’s annual list of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Black Leaders.
Get to know some of the notable graduates at the 2022 winter commencement, including PEOPLE scholar Olivia Johnson, who will be the flag bearer for the School of Human Ecology.
Women in Focus will host the 37th annual “I Have a Dream” Scholarship Ball and Silent Auction on Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Monona Terrace. The annual gala is an elegant evening of dinner and …
Among the most popular features of the 2022 Diversity Forum were the live graphic recordings on massive sheets of white paper tucked in the corner of Varsity Hall. The colorful graphic visualizations, hand-drawn by Wisconsin …
For the last 30 years, Carolee Dodge Francis has held influential roles in public health and health education in Native American communities and higher education. Now she is adding another first to her career as the first Native woman to chair a department on the UW–Madison campus.
Emmett Lockwood, 19, is the first openly transgender athlete on the University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s water polo team and proud of it. But it hasn’t been an easy journey.
In its report, the Campus Climate Survey Task Force offers dozens of varied recommendations that fall into six broad categories.
Keynote speaker Tiya Miles discussed her book “All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley’s Sack, a Black Family Keepsake,” a poignant story of resilience and of love passed down through generations of women against steep odds.
A member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, Janice Rice will participate in community events, visit classes, and engage with students directly during her residency.
The prestigious UW System awards recognized UW–Madison faculty members Carolina Sarmiento and Finn Enke for their longstanding service and commitment to promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging on campus.
Three leading scholars of Black education will present “Art + Academe” on the UW–Madison campus as a special performance at the close of the 2022 Diversity Forum on Nov. 15.
Tuesday, Nov. 8, is national First-Generation College Student Day, when we salute all of the Badgers who are the first in their families to attend college.