Raimey is believed to have been the first African-American woman to graduate from UW–Madison. And that is just the beginning of her story.
USA Today ranked the UW law and creative writing professor as one of “100 Black novelists and fiction writers you should read."
Summer Stipends support continuous full-time work on a humanities project for a period of two consecutive months. The stipends support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences or both.
The new work by the Center for Healthy Minds will expand on a pilot study that suggests a positive relationship between mindfulness training and measures such as sleep quality, officers’ perceived stress and symptoms of burnout.
Associate Justice Elena Kagan of the U.S. Supreme Court shares insights on her life in the law Friday at the Memorial Union’s Shannon Hall.
A University of Wisconsin Law School professor will use an innovative research chair to complete a project that examines the civil justice experiences of unrepresented parents in child support cases.
UW-Madison law Professor Keith Findley and a team of law students from the Wisconsin Innocence Project worked on the case of Daryl Dwayne Holloway.
The James E. Jones Pre-Law Scholars Program is designed to improve access for students from historically underrepresented groups and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Lorna Jorgenson Wendt gained national fame in 1996 as a pioneer in the quest for equality before, during and after marriage.
R. Alta Charo will use the opportunity to focus on her research and write a book offering unconventional takes on several areas of bioethics.
Since last October, the U.S. Border Patrol has apprehended more than 60,000 Central American children who crossed the nation’s southern border on their own.