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.
- Black O’ Clock: The Experience, January 31 | 6:30–9:30 p.m.
- 11th Annual UW-Madison Outstanding Women of Color Reception, March 5 | 5–7 p.m.
- Badger Café: “Global Black Literatures Experts Join the UW”, March 26 | 6–8 p.m.
- National Diversity Council Women in Leadership Symposium, March 27 | 8 a.m.–12 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
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 >
Student magazine highlights street styleRead More >
Glass artist Helen Lee explores the evolution and transformation of languageRead More >
Meet the young UW grad who’s taking his education and passion for fighting cancer back to his hometown of Chicago.Read More >
Four new English professors are bringing a global perspective to studies of blackness and black literature.Read More >
Following Campus Climate Survey in 2016, UW Administration Has Doubled Down on Programs to Make Sure All Students Can ThriveRead More >
The Multicultural Student Center adds spaces, expanding diversity opportunities for everyone.Read More >
At just 23 years old, Julia Nepper ’17 has earned a name for herself as one of the youngest people to receive a doctorate — in biophysics, no less.Read More >
Allan Chi Yun Wong is the founder, chair, and group chief executive officer of VTech. After a brief stint at National Cash Register Company, he started VTech in 1976 as an electronics company designing and manufacturing home-gaming consoles, including Pong (an early video game based on table tennis).Read More >