2nd years, Juniors and Seniors enrolled in Letters & Science can apply for College scholarships now. The deadline to apply is October 15th. Scholarship info sessions for continuing students are being held at Memorial Union: 5:00 to 6:00 pm on Thursday, September 28th and Wednesday, October 4th.
Go here to start applying.
On Monday, October 2nd, at 12:00pm, the Havens Center for Social Justice is proud to present Michael McCarthy’s talk: “Dismantling Solidarity: Capitalist Politics and Retirement Income since the New Deal.” Why have capitalist markets come to play a growing role in the distribution of retirement income in the US since the New Deal? Drawing on rich archival data that covers more than fifty years of American history, this talk argues that the critical driver was policymakers’ reactions to capitalist crises and their political imperative to promote capitalist growth. The event is free and open to the public.
On Wednesday, October 4th, at 12:00pm, Associate Professor of Media Studies and Information Science, Nidrangu Wachanga will be holding a lecture on “The Poetry and Activism of Micere Mugo” as part of the African Studies Program’s series “Africa at Noon.” See poster for details.
Get energized, enlightened, informed, and inspired at the Badger Leaders Conference, November 9–11.
The conference will open with a Thursday-night reception featuring keynote speakers Jim Doyle ’67 and Jessica Doyle ’67, MS’76. The former Wisconsin governor and his educator wife — who both served as Peace Corps volunteers — will share their thoughts about the university, public service, and the Wisconsin Idea.
This conference will prepare you for continued success in your volunteer and professional endeavors. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend time on campus this fall and soak up some Badger spirit!
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The Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) is in need of tutors for the course(s) listed below. Tutoring not only benefits the students, but the tutor as well. If you are interested please:
- Complete the attached application, here.
- Please attach an unofficial transcript or student grade report from your Student Center
- Email Africa Lozano at Africa.email@example.com
- Tutors can earn $9.00 to start
Wisconsin Singers entertainment management/administrative internship is an internship in a fun, exciting, fast-paced environment that supports UW Madison’s nationally renowned stage production company. Qualified student interns will assist Wisconsin Singers in accomplishing its mission to provide professional performances meant to raise dollars for service/charitable organizations statewide. As part of our team, Entertainment/Administrative Interns will develop leadership skills in a student-friendly non-profit environment. Upon completion of this internship, you will have a broad base of alumni and professional networking at your fingertips. Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.