Patrick Sims, an employee of University of Wisconsin-Madison, held the position of Assoc Vice Chancellor in the G Serv/Office Of Vice Provost …
Racial equity requires a hard look at not only recruiting, but also retaining and supporting, professionals of color, panelists said.
After seven years as diversity chief at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Patrick Sims departs, offering his candid assessment. It’s not that good.
Patrick Sims and Sherri Ann Charleston will begin in their new roles Aug. 1.
"It’s important to remember: No one person, country, or ethnicity created this pandemic — disease does not discriminate," a university statement said.
The 32-page report highlights campus climate initiatives, including the Native Nations Working Group’s dedication of the “Our Shared Future” heritage marker.
At University Theatre, a group of young actors is exploring another side to Lorraine Hansberry’s iconic 1959 play “A Raisin in the Sun.”
UW-Madison said it is investigating and that the signs "appear to be part of a protest calling attention to experiences of underrepresented students."
The Wisconsin Alumni Association will provide diversity training to student groups and develop a plan to "intentionally diversify" the composition and leadership of the student organizations.
Cap Times theater critic Lindsay Christians used "Fences" as a gateway into a broader conversation about race and theater for a Cap Times Talk on Tuesday.
At Tuesday’s Cap Times Talk, a panel of theater artists and educators discussed how classic theater companies can take on tough questions and tell more diverse stories.
The discussion series continues on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Because you are a regular Cap Times reader, I want to make sure you know about a discussion we are hosting in early August about diversity in …
The 50th anniversary of the Black Student Strike of 1969, among UW-Madison's largest in history, has current black students reflecting on the progress that's been made — and how much more work there is to be done on a campus where just three percent of students are black.
Latina graduate student challenges campus officials to reach out, calls for new cultural center.
Changes in behavior to make all students feel safe, welcome must come from the grass roots, officials say.
Transgender and minority students were also much more likely to have experienced discrimination and to have seriously consider leaving UW-Madison.
One of UW-Madison's best-known outreach programs will cut back its efforts to help disadvantaged students in the suburbs of Milwaukee and Madison.
About 200 students and community members attended a celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
A lot has happened between the Oct. 29 Wisconsin Badgers home football game against Nebraska and the team’s huge win during this past homecomi…
Education and discussion programs aim to lessen bias, empower bystanders to object to hate incidents.
The leaders of the PEOPLE program also say they're considering changes to better serve participants in Milwaukee after a critical evaluation.
Dear Editor: I read with interest W. Lee Hansen’s Cap Times op-ed “Is a new UW 'BlackOut Student Diversity Plan' the answer?”. I respect Lee’s…
Sara Goldrick-Rab and Noel Radomski say the university needs to change priorities, approaches to overcome them.