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Photo of Moaz Bashammakh (with camera), Hidenobu Yajima (back left), Zhiyue Ding (front left), Alwaleed Jadallah (back right), Qiantong Guo (front right) take a group photo in front of the Abraham Lincoln statue on Bascom Hill as part of a scavenger hunt during an International Student Summer Institute class.

UW–Madison is committed to creating a community where every person feels welcome, valued, and able to succeed. This is an ongoing and collaborative effort with initiatives across campus. This site tracks progress and reports on the outcomes of these initiatives. Join the effort to make our campus more inclusive for the diverse members of our community.

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New center seeks to foster religious dialogue on campus

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A new program on campus called the Center for Religion and Global Citizenry is bringing together students of different beliefs, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and secular humanism, to promote inter-religious dialogue at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. It hopes to make UW-Madison …
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BADGER ALUMNI IMPACT MORGRIDGE CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

The Morgridge Center for Public Service hired three new professional staff this fall and within one month each of them have already began making an impact. They are from the left, Amy Wilson, Reuben Sanon and Xai Xiong,.
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LGBT CAMPUS CENTER CELEBRATES 25TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

The month of October at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Campus Center (LGBT CC)will be filled with celebration as it honors its 25th year anniversary at UW-Madison as well as National LGBTQ History Month.
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Diversity forum to explore ways to improve campus climate and inclusion

UW-Madison’s Annual Diversity Forum will be Nov. 7 and 8, and will offer keynote speakers, break-out sessions, training workshops and a Community Forum.
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ASM Press Director strives for greater student body involvement


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Brand New Badger: Daughter of Hmong immigrants part of national push for more women in technology

Rosee Xiong, a first-generation college student and UW-Madison freshman, honed her computer-related skills through the university’s Information Technology Academy, a college pathway initiative.
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MCBURNEY DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER IMPLEMENTING NEW SOFTWARE THIS FALL SEMESTER

Starting this fall, the McBurney Disability Resource Center is introducing a new electronic accommodation and case management software that brings changes for students, faculty, and instructional staff members.
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