Wisconsin Union 2017-18 Report
How American Are You? Lunch & Panel Discussion: 4/2/19
Read about efforts the WU EID team worked on and completed in the 2017-18 academic year.
2017-18 Annual Report
UW Annual Spring Pow Wow : 4/6 & 4/7/19
How American Are You?
Perspectives on the American Identity
Lunch and Panel Discussion
Wisconsin School of Business Plenary Room (1310 Grainger Hall)
Antonella Caloro, Academic Technology
Typhaine Morrison, Integrated Marketing Communications
Rodrigo Stabio, Full-time MBA Program Student
Jordan Tong, Operations & Information Management
Lunch will be provided.
Leadership Institute 20 Year Celebration 5/17
Saturday April 6th - Sunday April 7th
Alliant Energy Center
YWCA Women of Distinction Awards: 5/30/19
Friday, May 17th 4-7pm | Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Building
Join us for time to gather and celebrate 20 years of the Leadership Institute! You can RSVP here.
Whether you can join us or not, we invite you to share memories that can be shared at the event. Join our Facebook page or email content to email@example.com with "20th LI" as the subject.
YWCA Racial Justice Summit: 10/15 & 10/16/2019
Thursday, May 30, 2019
YWCA Madison presents the Women of Distinction Leadership Awards to women who represent outstanding achievement in their field of endeavor and whose achievements are supportive of the YWCA mission. Awards are presented to women who represent a diversity of race, age, occupation, and endeavor. This award is intended to recognize anyone who identifies as a woman.
YWCA Madison invites you, your organization, your firm, or your association to help make the 45th annual Women of Distinction Leadership Awards extra special by nominating a deserving Woman of Distinction. To learn more about the nomination process or to download nomination and nominee support form please click here.
Nominations are due February 8, 2018, at 4 pm.
22nd Annual Evening of Storytelling: Traditional Storytelling in Indigenous Languages 2/1/19
Save the Dates: October 15 & 16, 2019
Each year, YWCA Madison hosts a Racial Justice Summit that brings together community stakeholders to advance racial equity in our community. The Summit focuses on institutional racism and involves nationally-known keynote speakers and researchers, as well as local experts and advocates. Through an environment that encourages learning from and supporting each other in our common goals, the Summit provides a platform for action planning and community dialogue.
Mindfulness@UW Pilot Course: 2/4/19–3/11/19
Friday, February 1 | 7pm
Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
American Indian Studies will be hosting the 22nd Annual Evening of Storytelling. This year's event will feature Storytellers: Jerry Dearly (Lakota), Mary Louise Defender Wilson (Dakot-Hidatsa), Patricia Ningewance (Ojibwe), and Brian McInnes (Ojibwe)
Madison Wisconsin Institutes for the Healing of Racism, Inc. Tuesdays, 2/7–4/18
Mondays, February 4th – March 11th | 12-2pm
Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and Clinics - Commons Room
6-week pilot course designed to teach mindfulness meditation and practice skills that will enhance your confidence and competence in the workplace. As your personal awareness is developed, you will be able to apply this new-found knowledge in workplace situations. The course will cover the following workplace competencies through mindfulness: healthy communication, stress management, productivity, collaboration and confidence. Participants must commit to attending every session and be willing to spend 30 minutes per day and/or homework outside of class the entire 6 weeks.
No former mindfulness training or experience is required.
A Recollection of the 1969 Black Student Strike
Thursdays, February 7th - April 18th| 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Urban League of Greater Madison | 2222 S. Park Street #200
10 - week series that aims to raise consciousness about the history and pathology of racism and help heal racism in individuals, communities, and institutions in Madison.
$50 Registration Fee; Scholarships are available
Monday, February 11th | 5pm
Memorial Union - Play Circle
Reception at 7 pm in the Black Cultural Center
Wednesday, March 13th | 5-7pm
Multicultural Student Center Classroom
Hailing Cesar is a film about Cesar Chavez with filmmaker talkback