Black in Psychology Panel

Black Cultural Center - Red Gym
@ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Drop by the BCC this Friday for a Black in Psychology Panel. Also, you’ll meet the instructors for the summer course CP 300 Black Psychology and enroll in the course of interested. Explore Black psychology, history, identity, and more! You can also enroll in the summer course CP 300-003 Black Psychology.

VisibiliTea x Ubuntu

MSC Lounge - Red Gym
@ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
https://students.wisc.edu/apidahm/

This Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, join the APIDAHM Planning Committee, The APIDA Student Center, and the Black Cultural Center to learn and discuss culture & cuisine within our communities. We will focus on shared practices and histories between Asian and Black American cuisines, as well as manifestations of solidarity between the Asian and Black communities throughout US history.

2024 Global Health Symposium

Health Sciences Learning Center, 750 Highland Avenue
@ 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm
https://ghi.wisc.edu/2024-global-health-symposium-is-april-10/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=wordpress_insideuw&utm_campaign=facstaff_comms&utm_content=2024_03_05

The 2024 Global Health Symposium, “Moving Global Health Forward,” will be held April 10, 2024, at the Health Sciences Learning Center, 750 Highland Avenue. Event co-hosts, Global Health Institute (GHI) and Office of Global Health in the School of Medicine and Public Health, welcome you to attend! The event will include GHI Director Jorge Osorio moderating a UW-Madison panel to explore the future of global health in their work, keynote speakers, and posters from across campus to showcase global health projects.

Engaging with Community – Community Engagement Preparation Workshop Series

Morgridge Center for Public Service (1st Floor of Red Gym)
@ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
https://morgridge.wisc.edu/get-connected-studen...

Examine the opportunities for and barriers to engaging in equitable partnerships. Learn about relationship-building strategies and ways to prepare yourself to work in collaboration with others. Please register using this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSenTGVqa2w_26dKPLt5zLe_kV4H4mO6NHsQHPZSKpwaLHPASg/viewform

Insights on Inequality in Education

Pyle Center, AT&T Lounge 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI
@ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
https://www.irp.wisc.edu/events/?utm_source=IRP+Connect&utm_campaign=abae289f1a-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_01_21_04_41_COPY_02&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_63ca5f6a9d-abae289f1a-371724657

The good news: college attendance is on the rise worldwide. The bad news: class divides in education are also widening. In this talk, Professor Dynarski explores troubling increases in inequality in educational attainment and achievement. Potential explanations are examined, as well as promising, evidence-based policies to shrink the divide.

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.

Mildred Fish-Harnack Lecture: “The Territory as a Victim and Subject of Law in the JEP”

TBD
@ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
https://law.wisc.edu/gls/hrp/fish_harnack.html

The lecture seeks to promote greater understanding of human rights issues and explore the intersections of human rights and democracy around the world. Presenters of the Mildred Fish-Harnack Lecture advocate for human rights through academic scholarship and/or active leadership and discuss human rights and democracy around the world. Keynote speaker: Judge Belkis Izquierdo, Vice-President and Magistrate of the Special Jurisdiction for the Peace of Colombia

Children’s African Story Hour

206 Ingraham Hall
@ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
https://175.wisc.edu/events/childrens-african-story-hour/

This event is designed for children and caregivers. Join the African Studies Program, a unit within the International Division, to explore award-winning children’s literature that celebrates the diversity of cultures and languages across the African continent. Express your creativity with a variety of hands-on activities that will bring these stories to life. Learn greetings in several African languages as you sample a variety of African cuisines. Our first fifty guests will also receive a free children’s book to take home. This program is designed for children ages 2-10 and their caregivers.