“For me, DEI isn’t the target—it’s the pathway to justice.”
UW Posse scholar turns TikTok trend into research opportunity
Gráinne McDonagh, a sophomore Posse scholar UW–Madison, recently presented her work on “Body Positivity Content on TikTok in Relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
Donors give $164K to support diversity and inclusion at UW during Day of the Badger
The UW–Madison community showed up big in support of students from historically marginalized and underrepresented backgrounds and identities on the Day of the Badger.
Meet some of the exceptional UW–Madison graduates of winter 2021
This year’s winter graduates are an accomplished bunch — they’ve created new student organizations, toured the world on music stages, undertaken important research, and won major awards. Here’s a look at just a few of …
2021 Posse grad Ronni Brent built connections through scholar communities
Ronni Brent, who grew up on Chicago’s West Side, will be graduating a semester early in December 2021. In this Q&A, Brent talks about her passion for STEM, her involvement in campus scholar communities, plus shares her career plans and advice for other CALS students.
Posse Foundation honors Chancellor Rebecca Blank as 2021 ‘Posse Star’
Each year, The Posse Foundation identifies honorees who exhibit leadership, who make a significant contribution in the field of education, and who positively affect people’s lives. They are leaders in their respective fields, presidents and …
Chancellor Rebecca Blank to be honored by Posse Foundation at annual gala
UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank will be honored as a “Posse Star” — a leader in education — at The Posse Foundation’s annual gala tonight, Sept. 29 in New York City.
Three DDEEA scholars among Troxell-Glicksman awardees
Three graduating seniors from DDEEA programs were among eight recipients of the 2021 Troxell-Glicksman Scholarship Awards, which recognize outstanding women at UW–Madison.
Remembering Posse graduate Darrell Foster
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.
Become a Posse Wisconsin Mentor
Become a Posse mentor! Posse is looking to hire four new graduate students for the next cohort of scholars. The position includes competitive compensation and tuition remission. The Posse Foundation identifies high school students with extraordinary …
Angela Yee to Headline Welcome Event for DDEEA Scholars
Students enrolled in scholarship and service programs within the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement (DDEEA) are invited to a virtual welcome event on Monday, Sept. 14, from 5:45 to 7:30 p.m.
UW–Madison Posse Student Named Newman Civic Fellow ‘20
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is proud to announce Shehrose Charania as its 2020 Newman Civic Fellow. Charania joins 290 community-committed students representing Campus Compact member colleges and universities from 39 states, Washington, D.C., Mexico and Greece. Newman …
Posse salutes a record 27 scholars at Fall Awards Banquet
For Interim Vice Provost Patrick J. Sims and other guests, Tuesday night was spent with UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, Posse Patron Wade Fetzer, Posse Wisconsin Director Albert Muniz and Assistant Director Ida Balderrama-Trudell celebrating a record-setting …
PEOPLE Alumni: Doctoral Student Receives GSA Award
The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), an organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging, has awarded doctoral student Maichou Lor, MS’12, RN, the Task Force on Minority Issues in Gerontology …
Posse Scholars Celebrate Fall Achievement Awards
It’s a traditional autumn celebration across Posses — reuniting, recommitting and celebrating milestones toward college graduation. Among the smiles, picture taking and opening of gifts that are no surprise, it’s hard to tell who’s prouder …