Global Café

International Community Center, Pyle Center Suite 130 (ISS office)
@ 4:30 pm - @ 6:00 pm
https://iss.wisc.edu/get-involved/global-cafe/?ct=t(EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_9_5_2023_12_9_COPY_01)

Global Café is a biweekly event hosted by a different student organization each time. It is the perfect place to learn about new cultures while meeting other international and U.S. students. Each café will have a unique theme and activity which could include playing games, engaging in conversations, and much more!

PEACE (Practicing English and Cultural Exchange)

International Community Center, Pyle Center Suite 130 (ISS office)
@ 5:30 pm - @ 7:00 pm
https://iss.wisc.edu/get-involved/peace/?ct=t(EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_9_5_2023_12_9_COPY_01)

PEACE is a free, non-credit English conversation and cultural exchange class facilitated by staff members of International Student Services (ISS). PEACE focuses on intercultural sharing and learning, cultural adjustment support, and community-building through English conversation practice.

Lessons to Learn: Looking through the Intersectional Lens on the Study of Black ASL in Sign Language Studies

Virtual
@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
https://languageinstitute.wisc.edu/lessons-to-learn-looking-through-the-intersectional-lens-on-the-study-of-black-asl-in-sign-language-studies/

Join the Language Ideologies and Linguistic Discrimination series lecture on the study of Black ASL. Even with the growth of content materials on Black ASL, the public’s demands for more information outpaces the production of Black ASL studies due to the limitation of academic resources. The limitation is related to the intersectionality of racism and audism, the systems of oppression based on race and communication ability, which influence the socio-linguistic and -historical factors in the development and maintenance of Black ASL and the academic pipeline of Black Deaf scholars in social science.

Student Employee Diversity Forum

Gordon Dining and Event Center
@ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
https://studentjobs.wisc.edu/se-diversity-forum/

Whether you are a current UW-Madison Student Employee or not, we all play a part in creating an inclusive Badger community for all. Join your peers in this thought-provoking forum which will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas while engaging in a variety of topics on diversity, identity and inclusion. The forum consists of a keynote address and 2 workshop session on Friday March 15th, 2024. Students can attend all or any portion provided as part of the Diversity Forum. All sessions will take place in person at the Gordon Dining and Event Center and will be an hour in length.

Wisconsin Idea Conference

Daylong Conference @ Union South

https://morgridge.wisc.edu/events/wisconsin-idea-conference/

This year’s theme, Community University Partnerships for Stronger Communities, seeks to emphasize the importance of bringing together community and campus expertise, knowledge, and people power to create stronger communities, resilient systems, and a more just and equitable world. Both communities and the university have assets to share and vital roles to play in ensuring we are developing and sustaining engaged citizens that in turn strengthen our networks and our democracy.

Wisconsin Experience Bus Trip

A week-long journey through the state of Wisconsin
@ 12:00 am -
https://cfli.wisc.edu/webt/#info-sessions

The Center for Leadership & Involvement (CfLI) is excited to announce the Wisconsin Experience Bus Trip, an exclusive, no-cost leadership journey across the state, open to both undergraduate and graduate students.