The Latinx community has a vast and complex history of Conquista, revolution, colonization, immigration, and advocacy. What keeps our community together are values that transcend these systems and events that have many times hurt our …
UW’s Women in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute is one of 10 winners in NIH’s competition recognizing universities that have helped close gender gaps within their biomedical and behavioral sciences departments.
The State Room is now the Multicultural Greek Council Room, and Inn Wisconsin is now named the National Pan-Hellenic Council Room.
We are pleased to request nominations of UW–Madison faculty, staff, departments, or units for the UW System’s 2021 Regents Diversity Awards. Please feel free to share this call widely.
The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA)*, the private fundraising and alumni relations organization for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is seeking a development professional to support the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) and work to …
“Stable housing benefits everyone, whether they rent or not. Stable housing means our co-workers who rent can come to work instead of scrambling to find new housing, and our children’s friends whose parents rent can stay in school and succeed,” said EJI Director Mitch.
Three graduating seniors from DDEEA programs were among eight recipients of the 2021 Troxell-Glicksman Scholarship Awards, which recognize outstanding women at UW–Madison.
Incoming students in the Mercile J. Lee Scholars Program took part in a community building exercise during an orientation session held at Carson Gulley Center on Aug. 30. The program serves underrepresented students and provides …
This fall, the WFAA is excited to announce the reestablishment of another affinity group to celebrate American Indian alumni.
As Sickle Cell Awareness Month approaches, UW Health is announcing a new clinic to provide coordinated care for patients with sickle cell disease, an often-misunderstood condition.