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Society & Politics

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Wisconsin Union Directorate Society and Politics is a non-partisan group of students that make it easy for people to talk, listen, and learn about the current events and challenges facing society. Committee members program all types of events on campus covering a wide range of topics. We also have weekly engaged, respectful discussions on current topics from 8-9pm during the academic year (skipping breaks) in the Memorial Union. Bringing together diverse students, faculty, staff, members and guests with a rich range of values and ideas allows us to get to know and understand one another. Throughout the process, students learn about themselves and the world around us while also building long-lasting friendships. Stay updated with current topics by liking our Facebook page, WUD Society & Politics.

All free events sponsored by WUD Society and Politics Committee are intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff and Union members and guests.

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Get In Touch

Jacob McInnis, Director
societyandpolitics@union.wisc.edu

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Committee Meetings

Weekly Meetings: Mondays, 7:00pm
Check TITU for room location

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Upcoming Events

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November 20th | 7:00pm

WUD SOPO: Syria Quagmire with Professor Kydd

Memorial Union
WUD Society and Politics event focused on the Syria Quagmire with Political Science Professor Andrew Kydd.

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November 21st | 5:30pm

Forum with Wisconsin Legislators

Union South
Wisconsin state legislators present university related budgets and bills with student Q&A.

November 27th | 7:00pm

WUD SOPO: Weekly Discussion

Memorial Union
WUD Society and Politics Committee Weekly Discussion