Socialize with affinity group leaders, learn how they’re building connections and making a difference in your communities, and enjoy the fun of summertime in Madison.
The Ho-Chunk Nation has lived on Teejop — the land on which UW–Madison currently sits — for thousands of years. During the Wisconsin Idea Spotlight: Ho-Chunk Land — Stories of Teejop, panelists discussed the importance …
Removing obstacles for underrepresented populations can have an empowering effect, giving these students the confidence to address social disparities within the school and the profession as a whole.
Montee Ball will be back on campus on Thursday, April 28, for a REDTalk hosted by the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association and Wisconsin Alumni Student Board.
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.
Learn how you can support UW–Madison’s efforts to foster greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for all members of the UW community during the Day of the Badger.
Tangela Blakely Reavis (MS’13, PhD’17) is a first-generation college graduate. She grew up attending public schools in New Haven, Connecticut. The city is home to Yale, one of the most prestigious, well-respected universities in the …
Make your plans now for Multicultural Homecoming 2021!
Celebrate On October 25–30 Anticipation is building. School spirit is rising. UW Homecoming is ready to return with on-campus and online events and activities. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to celebrate the best of UW–Madison. …
This fall, the WFAA is excited to announce the reestablishment of another affinity group to celebrate American Indian alumni.