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Leadership Certificate Events
Events that are approved to apply to the Leadership Certificate
Musical Entrepreneurs and the Cultural Politics of Inequality in Northeastern Brazil
This presentation will summarize the recently published book, “The Costs of the Gig Economy: Musical Entrepreneurs and the Cultural Politics of Inequality in Northeastern Brazil” (2022, University of Illinois Press).
How to Scale up and Sustain Community Engagement in Environmental Policymaking
“In this Sustainable Energy Seminar, Dr. Kaiping Chen, Assistant Professor of Life Sciences Communication, will discuss the use of digital tools and in-person community engagement for inclusive decision-making in sustainability and climate justice.”
Making Art in Cuba
Four Artists talk about Making Art in Cuba
A Conversation with Reynier Leyva Novo, Celia Irina González, Rafael Villares, and Camila Lobón
2023 Burdick-Vary Symposium organized by Professor Guillermina De Ferrari.
Cuba is torn apart by economic crisis, political division, and climate change. It is also an aesthetic powerhouse in which art is the privileged site of civic engagement. Artists incorporate archival and sociological research in an effort to illuminate complex underground economies, solidarity networks, environmental violence, the production of history, and to envision new political practices and institutions.
The Annual Middle East Studies Conference
You are cordially invited to attend the Minority and Ethnic Politics in and from the Middle East Conference featuring nine outstanding scholars from around the US discussing the historical background, sociopolitical realities, and challenges facing religious, ethnic, and other minorities in the MENA region.
WE WILL NOT BE SILENT: Sophie Scholl and the White Rose
WE WILL NOT BE SILENT! Sophie Scholl and the White Rose is a dramatic reading that tells their story and asks some difficult questions about resistance to oppressive regimes, a story that is being enacted on the streets of Tehran, China and Russia today. A post reading discussion will be led by Ulrich Rosenhagen, Director of the UW Center for Religion and Global Citizenry.
UW–Madison’s Climate Justice Teach-in
Save the date! The 2023 teach-in event will bring the campus community together and feature a panel of UW students acting on climate, a keynote, vegetarian snacks, and time for small-group discussion.
Muir Woods Invasive Plant Cleanup
Get involved this Earth Day week with an invasive species cleanup in the Muir Woods. This is part of a larger effort of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve to restore the over 300-acre woodlands on campus to healthy and biodiverse habitats. Participants will get hands-on experience identifying and trimming invasive woody species and enjoy time outdoors in the Muir Woods, located off of the Lakeshore Path. Snacks will be provided at the conclusion of the event back at the Union.
An Afternoon with The Humble Horse
Attend an afternoon with The Humble Horse – a WI Indigenous non-profit dedicated to the revitalization of the Ojibwe Pony and Anishinaabe horse society traditions.
Creating meaningful, professional connections at predominantly white institutions can be scarce for APIDA people due to systemic barriers and discrimination. Join us and the WAA: APIDA Affinity Group to network and mingle with APIDA peers, professors, staff, alumni, and professionals from a variety of fields in a business casual setting.