A new chat tool developed in part by a UW-Madison professor will assist online users to better understand privacy policies. Kassem Fawaz, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UW-Madison, partnered with colleagues from the University of Michigan and the Ècole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland to create the program.
The Wisconsin Union is partnering with the UW-Madison classes of 1963 and 1967 to open a new digital kiosk this Saturday that will tell the stories of fallen UW-Madison soldiers.
As a black queer transgender differently abled man, Banks, a poet and UW-Madison graduate, spoke on the importance of being proud of one’s identity, even when one appears or feels different from others, and advocating for those who face similar challenges.
The panel’s various professional backgrounds diversified the discussion and perspectives on the weaknesses of our current American justice system; New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor was joined by UW-Madison sociology Professor Mike Massoglia and Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm.
Ti Banks—a UW-Madison graduate and poet—returned to campus Wednesday to deliver a talk explaining gender, race, and gender-biased violence in Wisconsin, which was largely focused on his personal experiences.
Palestinian writer and activist Laila El-Haddad shared how her personal life and politics of her home country created her award-winning works.
UW-Madison Atheists, Humanists & Agnostics teamed up with the Center for Inquiry and Secular Student Alliance to host “Openly Secular Day” Tuesday.