The Wisconsin Experience is for everyone.
UW–Madison wouldn’t be the world-class institution we love without the full range of cultural, social, and personal identities that our students, staff, and alumni bring. Celebrate the diversity that makes the UW such a vibrant place — and help us ensure that every Badger feels included and valued.
- Wisconsin LGBTQ+ Health Summit, April 9 | 2:30–8:30 p.m.
- “Queering Ecology: Annual J. Jobe & Marguerite Jacqmin Soffa Lecture”, April 11 | 4–5 p.m.
- Dr Debbie Reese: An Indigenous Critique Of Whiteness In Children’s Literature – The 2019 May Hill Arbuthnot Lecture Saturday, April 13 | 7:30–9:30 p.m.
- DDEEA Graduation Recognition and Reception, May 10 | 5–9 p.m.
Read how we’re planning to better serve all alumni — and improve the student experience for current Badgers as well.
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News & Updates
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Alnisa Allgood didn’t have a place to live when she landed in Madison 28 years ago but has since created a home for the UW’s LGBTQ+ students.Read More >
After starting in private practice, Nia Trammell has spent more than a decade in government service — as a judge, as a volunteer, and as a cabinet deputy secretary, and maybe one day as an elected official.Read More >
Kashoua Kristy Yang’s 2017 election to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court made historic headlines: she’s the nation’s first Hmong American judge elected without appointment and the first Hmong American female judge.Read More >
Library-science grad Harvey Long documents the black experience at the UW.Read More >
Bhavana Jain leans on Indian culture to guide career change.Read More >