Business demands drive diversity efforts at Wisconsin School of Business

Diversity is good for business, which makes it an imperative for U.S. business schools, say Wisconsin School of Business administrators. If the business school community does not have a mix of students, faculty and staff that can …

‘Evicted’: Go Big Read Author Matthew Desmond to speak at UW-Madison on November 1

    Matthew Desmond, a UW–Madison alumnus and author of “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City,” will speak at 7 p.m. Nov. 1 at the Memorial Union Theater. “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in …

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Clarence Page headlines Diversity Forum

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has presented annual Diversity Forums since 1998. Now in its 17th year, this centerpiece event for the university’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) continues to address issues stretching beyond the …

$10 Million Gift to Chancellor’s Scholars Program Announced

Anonymous donors have committed a $10 million matching gift to inspire others to support the Chancellor’s Scholarship Program (CSP), the UW Foundation announced today. The CSP was established in 1984 to increase educational opportunities for …

Student launches site to chronicle ‘Black Voice’ at UW-Madison

More than 40 years after African-Americans at UW-Madison started printing their own campus newspaper to cover politics and activism on campus, a current student has started a blog she hopes will be a place where …

Don’t miss Multicultural Homecoming Weekend 2014

This year’s weekend-long Multicultural Homecoming celebration, October 23-26, will be an unprecedented effort to bring together multicultural students and several generations of alumni to reconnect with the campus, renew friendships and create new traditions to share …