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, as we continue our series UW Women at 150.
With International Women’s Day coming March 8, now's the time to celebrate the women who have made an impact on our lives, as well as on our campus community.
The event highlights and reflects on the work of those who have been engaged in improving conditions for women locally, nationally and internationally,
Researcher Kathryn Moeller says such initiatives transfer the responsibility for change onto girls and women, and away from governments, corporations and global governance institutions whose actions have often led to the unequal distribution of resources, poor labor conditions and other structural inequities.
UW Health Chief Diversity Officer Shiva Bidar to join Annual Women in Leadership Symposium panel on April 20
UW Health Chief Diversity Officer Shiva Bidar will bring her expertise and experience in forging a career path in the contemporary market to the 5th Annual DDEEA/National Diversity Council Women in Leadership Symposium on Thursday, April 20, at Grainger Hall.
Ann Haase Kehl retired after 15 years helping to support women entering fields where they have traditionally been rare.
BluDiagnostics co-founder Katie Brenner says the idea came directly from her own difficulty with conception.
The former UW–Madison chancellor will consider the status of women and well-being in Wisconsin and the world.
Lorna Jorgenson Wendt gained national fame in 1996 as a pioneer in the quest for equality before, during and after marriage.