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The Homecoming RedTalk on Wednesday night featured choreographers Frank Gatson Jr. and Rebecca Arends, both UW–Madison graduates.
In 2015, UW–Madison took part in a groundbreaking national survey on campus sexual assault and misconduct that led to new programs and policies aimed at education, prevention and response. In February, all students will again be asked to take part. The survey is organized by the Association of American Universities.
“Part of my work and research is to draw attention to the history of Wisconsin as a Native place and the many tribal communities who still exist here,” says Kasey Keeler, an assistant professor specializing in American Indian Studies.
Staff, faculty, students and leadership have been working hard this spring and summer on a variety of initiatives, including two new cultural center startup spaces, preparing to repeat campus-wide survey on sexual assault and misconduct, and taking part in a Native Nations working group gathering with tribal communities.
“I am very excited to continue my FFA journey and run for this position,” Dado told Wisconsin Ag Connection. “My goal, if selected, would be to reach the students in more urban areas and show them that there are many career opportunities in agriculture, even if they didn’t grow up on …
By Chancellor Blank High school seniors across Wisconsin are currently trying to decide where they want to apply to college. What percentage of Wisconsin residents who apply to UW-Madison would you guess are accepted to our campus? Less than half? We often get people who believe far fewer than half …
As assistant dean for Student Diversity Programs in the School of Education, Aaron Bird Bear MS’10 fills a lot of roles: recruiting and retaining students from underrepresented communities, overseeing the summer College Access Program, and serving as a consultant for American Indian Curriculum Services. He also co-leads a group that …
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Building Resilient Nurses and Tribal Communities
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Menominee Casino Resort Kenaska, WI
A Native November event
A Native November Event
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM