The 2021 Diversity Forum, “Rising Above and Reshaping our World in the Image of Justice,” will be held on Nov. 2 & 3 as a hybrid in-person and virtual conference.
The Diversity Forum is the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s premiere two-day conference focused on updating, educating and activating attendees on the most pressing issues of the day. With two decades of history on the UW–Madison campus, the Diversity Forum provides a platform for learning and exploration around issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice for members of the campus community and Wisconsin region.
Check back later for details about this year’s agenda, speakers, sessions, registration, and more.
Dr. Russell Jeung, professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and co-founder of the Stop AAPI Hate reporting center, will provide the keynote address on day one.
Steven Canals, a screenwriter and producer best known for co-creating and executive-producing the FX television series "Pose," will provide the keynote address on day two of the Diversity Forum.
Diversity Forum 2nd Keynote Speaker named—Steven Canals, Creator and Executive Producer of FX Drama Series ‘Pose’
Steven Canals, a screenwriter and producer best known for co-creating and executive-producing the FX television show Pose, will provide the Day 2 keynote address at the 2021 UW-Madison Diversity Forum. Over three seasons, Pose has …May 5, 2021
UW-Madison Diversity Forum 2021 Keynote Speaker named: Dr. Russell Jeung co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate
Dr. Russell Jeung, co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate, will provide the day one keynote address at the 2021 UW–Madison Diversity Forum.April 28, 2021
UW–Madison is seeking proposals for breakout sessions at the 2021 Diversity Forum. The deadline for submissions is May 17.April 26, 2021