The Native Community Welcome will be held on Monday, September 27, at 6 p.m. CDT in the Gordon Dining and Event Center. Join us for indigenous food, community, and information about available resources on campus. …
Celebrate Study Abroad Week by engaging virtually with a panel of study abroad alumni who will discuss their experiences studying and interning abroad as students of color.
The panel discussion, featuring four alumni of the UW Law School who are experts on treaty issues, will be the marquee event for Treaty Day 2021, an annual campus commemoration.
In a NY Times letter to the editor, Chancellor Rebecca Blank, the Wisconsin Black Student Union, and the Union Council respond to two essays about the university by John McWhorter.
The fund will support artistic projects and performances created, performed, designed, or produced by Black, Indigenous and people of color and other people who are historically underrepresented on stages and in audiences.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank writes about the decision to remove the Chamberlin Rock from UW–Madison’s main campus.
The Archaeology Brown Bag Series of the Department of Anthropology and the American Indian Studies program present: “An Archaeology Led by Strawberries: Reclaiming, Storywork, & Indigenous Wellbeing” featuring Dr. Sonya Atalay of the University of Massachusetts …
Eligible undergraduate students with aspirations and strong academic potential for pursuing Ph.D. studies can apply to join the McNair Scholars Program now through Oct. 17.
With the new Ronald Taylor and Navitus scholarship funds, the schools of Pharmacy and Nursing have more than $200,000 in annual funding available to support first-generation, rural, underrepresented minority, international, or low-income students.