The Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring (CTLM) seeks to develop a deep understanding of the diverse strengths and needs of students and instructors and cultivate spaces, capacities and resources to support teaching and learning environments where they can thrive. CTLM provides resources and support to instructors at all career stages including consultation, professional development opportunities, and support with course design, assessment and instructional media creation.
An annual conference open to all UW–Madison constituents — including employees, students and community members — that focuses on individual and collective learning around diversity, equity and inclusion within the context of our campus community.
A series of engagements hosted over the lunch hour focused on equity and diversity with a health sciences context.
An annual conference that focuses on relevant topics impacting the human resources community and field.
An annual conference focused on LGTBQ+ health practice, support, and allyship.
An annual conference designed for diversity, equity and inclusion professionals in higher education to become equipped with the necessary tools and mindsets to advance equity and dismantle systemic oppression.
An annual conference focused on discussion and critical dialogue about race, ethnicity, and its intersections in higher education. This forum allows people and institutions to find effective strategies promoting access, social development, education, positive communication, and cross-cultural understanding in diverse settings.
Sponsored by the YWCA, this is an annual summit that provides a platform for community dialogue and action-envisioning for intersectional racial justice. The summit holds space that encourages learning from and supporting each other for this common goal in our personal and professional lives.
A series of engagements hosted over the lunch hour focused on equity and diversity, in an effort to raise awareness and build community.
A full-day, annual conference that brings together engaged professionals for networking, professional development, learning from women-identified leaders, and sharing promising practices.