Celebrate American Indian Studies’ 50th anniversary

American Indian Studies program logo, an image representing Turtle Island with the Great Lakes featured Join American Indian Studies on Indigenous Peoples’ Day to celebrate its 50-year anniversary! Learn from key leaders in the program’s history, such as Emerita Faculty Ada Deer, about the creation of the program, the role of student activism, and the significance of the program to diversity and inclusion at the university. Dive deeper into these stories through the AIS Oral History Project website, which will be launched at the event and allows the community to hear firsthand about the history of our program from the people who were there.

When: October 10, 2022

Where: Discovery Building | 330 N. Orchard Street, Madison, WI

The Discovery Building is located near several city of Madison Metro Transit bus stops and UW-Madison bicycle routes. Although onsite parking is not available, three UW-managed lots (17, 20 and 80) are nearby.

Cost: Free and open to the public (registration is highly encouraged)

Find out more on the event page.