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In honor of the university’s commitment to the Ho-Chunk Nation, as represented by the Our Shared Future Heritage Marker, schools, colleges and units across campus are hosting the Heritage Marker throughout the year and engaging faculty, staff, students and the community in a variety of educational activities to spark learning and deepen understanding about the Ho-Chunk Nation and other regional indigenous history and culture.
Our Shared Future Efforts Mark the Beginning, Not an End
Hundreds of people attended events last fall related to the recently dedicated “Our Shared Future” heritage marker, a first step in a multi-year effort to educate the campus and the broader community on the Ho-Chunk Nation and the history it shares with the university. The spring 2020 semester brings an even greater emphasis on the marker.
- Oneida Nation of Wisconsin artist wins NEA award, helps Wisconsin Regional Art Program celebrate 80 yearsAugust 17, 2020
- ‘Often our communities feel invisible’: Q&A with leaders of UW’s Indigenous Law Students AssociationMarch 4, 2020
- After busy fall, ‘Our Shared Future’ efforts to expandFebruary 4, 2020
- Wisconsin Idea Seminar engages UW–Madison faculty and staff with stateJanuary 28, 2020
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Heritage Marker Grant Goals & Recipients
- College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
- College of Engineering
- Gender and Women’s Studies, Dept. of
- German, Nordic, and Slavic, Dept. of; and Religious Studies, Dept. of
- Information School
- Law School
- Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
- School of Human Ecology
- School of Pharmacy