Ayotzinapa: We Will Not Wither

The exhibit is the result of months of preparation and collaboration of Memorial Library and Axolote (formed by some graduate students from the departments of Spanish & Portuguese, Art, History, Communication Arts, and friends). On September 26, …

Race & Health: Stories of Inequity

Join Partners in Health-Engage Madison for a TED style panel, a moderated discussion, and an advocacy fair on the intersection of Race and Health. Five distinguished speakers will share their expertise on the topic, including: …

Africa and the Environment 2015 Symposium

Emerging and Contemporary Issues of the Environment Beyond Ebola This event will feature lectures, a poster fair, and discussion designed to spark and facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations on the issue of environment in Africa. Register for the …

Science Festival: Ebola in Context

World health leaders warn that the aftermath of the recent Ebola crisis presents a critical moment to develop strategies for future infectious disease outbreaks. Join a wide-ranging group of world-renowned experts as they revisit the …

Midwest Environmental Education Conference

The Midwest Environmental Education Conference is held every two years. This year’s conference, hosted by the Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education, is slated to be filled with amazing speakers, incredible field trips and great hands-on …

Walk the Walk!

The Morgridge Center for Public Service, Community Shares of Wisconsin, UHS and the School of Journalism invite you to Walk the Walk! Walk the Walk is an annual tour of social and environmental justice organizations …

Science Festival: Global Wisconsin Idea

The UW–Madison International Division convenes scientists working on some of the world’s most pressing problems. More than a half dozen scientists, with expertise ranging from geography to genetics, will share their groundbreaking work in five-minute flash …