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Graduating with a doctorate in astronomy from UW–Madison in 2000, Keivan Stassun has built a career dedicated to advancing our understanding of the cosmos through research, teaching, and outreach. But Stassun’s outreach to minority and other underserved students left its mark on the UW campus.
Issa Rae — you may know her as the “Awkward Black Girl” — will speak from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29, in Union South to kick off the UW-Madison Black History Month celebration.
On Monday, the University of Wisconsin–Madison community came together to consider King’s legacy and how he continues to inspire.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank shares an update on actions UW-Madison is taking to ensure all students feel welcome, valued and able to thrive.
In recent weeks, many around campus, and in the broader community, have expressed concerns about the future of undocumented or international students, staff, and faculty and their families. This includes those students who presently benefit from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a …
The gifts, spearheaded by Ab and Nancy Nicholas, will generate about $4.5 million in annual scholarships to recruit and retain outstanding students like Parish Johnson, a freshman from Milwaukee.
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5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Varsity Hall, Union South
Black Joy: Getting Black to Happy
Gordon Commons and Event Center, 2nd Floor