Thursday, April 26, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Lake Mendota Room, Dejope Residence Hall
640 Elm Drive
Join us for a one-day summit focused on the opportunity and challenge of educating an increasingly diverse Wisconsin, hosted the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).
The summit will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, and will feature Jamie Merisotis, the president and CEO of the Lumina Foundation, as keynote speaker. James Minor, the senior strategist for academic success and inclusive excellence at California State University, will also be a featured speaker, as will noted researchers and practitioners from colleges and universities across the state.
Our aim is to raise awareness of Wisconsin's underrepresented populations and to cultivate spirited dialogue among conference participants -- including faculty, administrators, staff, students, and policymakers -- focused on sharing and developing ideas for educating our diverse state.
Registration ($25 general/$10 students) includes breakfast, lunch, and light snacks.
Register now through Eventbrite.
A Call to Educate an Increasingly Diverse Wisconsin in our Colleges and Universities
A statement of purpose by Clif Conrad, WISCAPE Faculty Director
Draft Agenda (updated 2/22/2018)
There are many options for lodging in the Madison area. For your convenience, we have secured a block of rooms at the Lowell Center, located on the UW-Madison campus, for the nights of April 25 and 26. Please refer to the group code WISCAPE when making your reservation.
Click here to reserve a room at the Lowell Center, or call 866.301.1753.
(Note: If you are only staying one night, you may need to adjust your arrival or departure date in the online form. Unreserved rooms will be released to the general public on March 25.)