Ad-hoc study group will recommend ways to improve the Black experience at UW–Madison

At the direction of Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin, an ad-hoc group will study the Black experience at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and recommend steps the campus community could take to positively impact that experience.

African American Studies Alum Rev. Alex Gee  (founder of the Center for Black Excellence and Culture, president and founder of the Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development and lead pastor of Fountain of Life Church in Madison) will co-chair with Professor Angela Byars-Winston (a professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine within the Department of Medicine and the inaugural chair of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Diversity Science).

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