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Congratulations to the 11 members of the UW–Madison community who were recognized on Madison365’s annual list of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Latino Leaders.
Registration is now open to attend the 2022 UW–Madison Diversity Forum on Nov. 14 & 15 with options to participate in-person and online.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison welcomed 49 new faculty who identify as people of color who joined the campus community over the past year at the annual Faculty of Color Reception, held Oct. 3 at the …
Check out what’s in store for Multicultural Homecoming 2022! Homecoming week begins Monday, Oct. 17.
Clint Smith will discuss his book “How the Word is Passed” at this year’s Go Big Read keynote event on Nov. 1, at the Memorial Union.
In the 1970s, an intertribal group of about 20 Native students came together to grow their community at UW–Madison and call for the university to create an American Indian Studies department. 50 years later, we celebrate their successful advocacy.
UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day in October and the entirety of National Native American Heritage Month in November.
An exhibit that uncovers and gives voice to those who experienced and challenged bigotry and exclusion at the University of Wisconsin–Madison opened Sept. 12 on the university’s campus.
Performers took to the stage with everything from Bollywood fusion to Punjabi folk dances to hip-hop at the 40th annual Multicultural Celebration of Organizations and Resources, known as MCOR.
The Regents Diversity Awards recognize people, units and initiatives whose work has fostered greater access and success for students from historically underrepresented and disadvantaged populations at UW System campuses.
UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day and throughout Native American Heritage Month.
Find ways to connect with other students and learn about multicultural student organizations and campus resources during Wisconsin Welcome 2022.
The building was filled with happy community members enjoying food, music, games and face-painting during its third community celebration, and first since it opened in a new, larger space.
Over the past three years, researchers with UW’s Public History Project have dug deep into the university’s history in an effort to give voice to those who experienced and challenged prejudice on campus.
Over three days, the PEOPLE high schoolers from Madison and Milwaukee learned about the path to becoming veterinarians and other careers in veterinary medicine, from research to teaching to clinical work with animals.
After a whirlwind first day that included meetings with dozens of students, faculty, staff and shared governance leaders, Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin turned her focus to UW’s partnerships in the Madison and Dane County communities.
Luis Piñero’s colleagues surprised him in June with a special celebration recognizing his 40 years of service at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Applications are due by Aug. 1 for UW–Madison’s Leadership Institute, which will meet on Tuesdays from Sept. 13 to Dec. 13 during the fall semester.
Submit a nomination by Sept. 13 to help us honor the amazing women of color in the UW–Madison community.