From the Center for Leadership and Involvement
Student Leadership Seminar 2013
Organization: Office of Human Resource Development
Announcement: Hello Everyone,
The strength of the learning experience is truly from the diversity of voices in the class, and the experiences that students bring to the learning environment.
I am looking to get the word out on a course designed for student leaders. Leadership, in this context, is defined as the ability to mobilize oneself or others for a desired outcome (so it is very broad). The course supports applications for the UW-Madison Leadership Certificate and is supported by the Division of Student Life. This will be the seventeenth year that the course will be taught. More complete information is located at: https://mywebspace.wisc.edu/daschutt/leadershipseminar/.
This year it will be offered through Interdisciplinary L&S 400 or through Sociology 496 on Tuesdays, from 2:25 - 5:00 pm. To enroll in the course, students need to apply. The online application is available at: http://www.ohrd.wisc.edu/survey/event_survey.asp?id=4692.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Campus Climate Survey
Organization: ASM Diversity Committee
Announcement: Student perceptions of campus climate and inclusion are strongly
correlated with academic performance and retention. The ASM Diversity
Committee would like to hear about your experiences to help initiatives
that will improve our campus.
Please participate in this short survey designed to gain knowledge about
the climate of diversity and inclusion on the UW-Madison campus in terms
of race/ethnicity, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation, and
Thank you for sharing your experiences. All responses are crucial to the
betterment of our university.
Questions and comments can be sent to: email@example.com
Survey link: https://uwmadison.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8ctOvMHW58t9nRr
From Student Organizations
UW Hillel Ask Big Questions Fellowship
Organization: UW Hillel
Attachment: Ask Big Questions Fellowship Description.pdf
Announcement: Ask Big Questions, or ABQ, encourages students from different backgrounds and perspectives to come together, engage in dialogue and critically think about issues going on in the world, the US and in the campus community.
ABQ has allocated UW 5 Fellows for the 2013-2014 school year. These fellows will be UW students from different backgrounds, not just Jewish students, who are involved on campus and are passionate about cross-cultural collaboration and communication. This is a paid fellowship and will include a paid for, 3 day training in late July/early August at Washington University in St. Louis at the 2013 Hillel Institute.
The application can be found at www.uwhillel.org/leadership. I would also be happy to follow up directly with students that are interested.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions!