Three graduating seniors from DDEEA programs were among eight recipients of the 2021 Troxell-Glicksman Scholarship Awards, which recognize outstanding women at UW–Madison.
This fall, the WFAA is excited to announce the reestablishment of another affinity group to celebrate American Indian alumni.
National publications ranging from Vogue to TIME to Oprah Magazine all had words of praise for “Black Girl, Call Home,” the latest book of poems from First Wave alum Jasmine Mans (’15).
UW–Madison alumnus Darrell Foster is being remembered throughout the Madison and Washington D.C. areas as a scholar, a friend and an influential force on and off campus.
The friendships Gabriel Stulman (’03) found as a UW–Madison undergrad became a key ingredient in his future success as a NY restaurateur.
It took mentors, counselors, friends and family who believed in him and a supportive environment at UW–Madison to enable the Hon. Rev. Everett D. Mitchell (JD ’10) to unlock his potential and become the community leader he is today.
The Rev. Alex Gee, Ph.D., and his family together hold 13 degrees from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. It’s a legacy spanning three generations that began when his mother, Verline Gee, brought her young children to Madison to pursue a new life and new opportunities in the early 1970s.
At home in New Orleans, Ladee Hubbard MFA’14 was booked. She had a full-time job as an adjunct lecturer in Africana Studies at Tulane University, a growing family, and a super-powerful calling: to write a novel. Sight unseen, …