Eleven Badgers recognized among Wisconsin’s Most Influential Latino Leaders for 2022

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.

Honoring Ho-Chuck Heritage: Alumni Association spotlights ‘Stories of Teejop’

In June, alumni and friends gathered along the shores of Lake Mendota for a special Wisconsin Idea Spotlight. “Ho-Chunk Land — Stories of Teejop” was named for the Ho-Chunk word for the area that is …

UW alum co-created translation project to help share his love of science with his Navajo family

Developed by a team of research scientists, linguists, Diné speakers, Diné elders and artists, Project ENABLE is providing culturally relevant scientific information to the Navajo communities in an accessible format.

UW-affiliated women featured prominently in 2022 Women’s Leadership Summit

Panels of expert women leaders from across the state will discuss topics including food justice, health care, education, gun violence, the experiences of women of color in corporate leadership, and the impact of women business owners in Wisconsin.

15th annual Line Breaks Festival looks to provide ‘the true breadth of the human experience’

“The point of Line Breaks is to celebrate the culture of hip hop, to celebrate the young people in our programming and in our network and to create a platform for the stories and voices of some of the most marginalized communities in our country.”