The university seeks to address these issues and continually makes efforts to dismantle hostile and intimidating behavior on campus.
University of Wisconsin-Madison alum and slam poet Shasparay is hosting her third annual Black Arts Matter Festival which aims to showcase Black art and voices.
This year’s Conney Conference theme explores changing interpretations of Jewish identity throughout modes of time and geographic space.
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan $1.5 trillion federal spending plan into law, providing the University of Wisconsin-Madison with over $80 million for research initiatives.
The university condemned the vandalism and harassment, and stated that it is committed to creating a campus where everyone feels safe.
Zoe Bayliss may cease to exist after the 2022-23 school year if the cooperative cannot access the building or the university does not find an alternative solution.
Professor George Huber and a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are developing a process that more efficiently recycles disposable face masks.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s appointment as Northwestern University’s next president has prompted a collaborative analysis of her tenure on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
The goal of the pledge is to continue fostering high-quality teachers and relieve stress of finances and difficulty of job.
UW System’s “Research in the Rotunda” displays the personal and intellectual growth of the student researchers, representing the important role undergraduates have within the UW System.
The Black Voice, UW-Madison’s student-run publication for Black students, celebrated its 50-year anniversary by presenting a documentary celebrating the publication’s legacy.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will begin construction on a plaza honoring historically African American fraternities and sororities on campus.
Student representatives stated that the chancellor was very respectful and responsive to ASM’s advocacy, offering a compromise to every request.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s University Health Services hosted a virtual panel focused on Black women’s mental health on Monday.
Last week, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank described her hope and concerns with several bills passed by the Wisconsin State Legislature.
Wilson touched on the role of the liberal arts in creating an inclusive culture, UW’s comparatively low racial diversity and commented on current trends in higher education.
Attendees stated that the gathering was intended to call greater attention to the conflict unfolding in Ukraine.
UWPD and MPD are currently investigating a rise in harassment toward female students on State Street and on campus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
There are currently approximately 150 student families who receive assistance from the Office of Child Care and Family Resources.