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Inclusion + Belonging

Various Voices

Various Voices provides an opportunity for students to connect with outside experts in their respective fields and walk away feeling a new sense of belonging and empowerment to their intersecting identity. 

 AAA (Allyship. Advocacy. Action!) Workshop Series 

Allyship, Advocacy, & Action is a professional development opportunity for students, faculty, and staff members to take advantage of and engage with social justice and equity and topics that focus on becoming better advocates to create inclusive action for underinvested communities. 

“Just Checking the Box” Allyship Workshop Series 

So many times our allyship is centered around “just checking the box,” but with this workshop, we will explore identities and the uncomfortable conversations that come with our privilege and power. Snacks included!


Amplify by University Speaker Series brings inspiring and diverse individuals on campus to educate and entertain the community on a variety of themes and passions.


Amplify will co-sponsor events throughout the year. If you are interested in asking for co-sponsorship, please email Maddie Wiles, Program Advisor for Inclusion Programs, at

Speaker selection is made in May for the following school year. Speaking Agencies will be contacted on how to submit information before then.

An Alternative Break is a trip where a group of 9 college students engage in volunteer service over a University break period. Each trip has a focus on a particular social issue, such as (but not limited to) education, privilege, health education and sustainability. Students learn about the social issues and then perform service projects with local non-profit organizations. Alternative Breaks challenge students to critically think and react to problems faced by members of the communities in which they are involved.

Student Organizations

There are over 150 student organizations on campus, and a number of them are focused on diversity and social justice. Visit Titan Connection for a full list.


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It’s #PrideMonth, come celebrate and help raise funds for our student scholarship.Join us for a day of fun at Remixx (8386 WI-76 Suite B, Neenah, WI 54956)—food, drinks, bingo, and a drag show featuring Airin Skye, Jessica B, and emcee Miss Mimi Jackson! The $20 entry fee gets you a bingo card and a complimentary beverage. Proceeds go towards the UW Oshkosh and UW Oshkosh LGBTQ Resource Center Pride Scholarship.Everyone ages 18+ is welcome! So spread the word and get your dollar bills ready. Who knows, you might win a few rounds of bingo while you’re at it! ... See MoreSee Less
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Why are culturally-specific services an important part of sexual assault response and prevention? Join us for a panel discussion on this topic.🗓 Tuesday, April 26⏰ 1 - 2 PM📍 Virtual - link in bioOur panel discussion will be conducted with advocates who provide culturally-specific services at Reach Counseling, the sexual assault service provider for Winnebago County.Panelists include:• Ciara Hill, Advocacy Program Director and Black Women Support Group Facilitator• Julie Thao, Southeast Asian Outreach Advocate• Mary Carmen Fabian, Bilingual Latina Advocate• Noelle Metoxen, Native American Advocate ... See MoreSee Less
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UWO Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging
“Seeing race is not the problem. Refusing to care for the people we see is the problem.”Join us for an evening with The New York Times best-selling author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, Michelle Alexander.She will talk about her work on breaking the silence about racial injustice in the modern legal system to reveal how mass incarceration has come to replace segregation. The conversation will be a moderated Q&A by our own Dr. Damira Grady, Associate Vice Chancellor for Inclusive Excellence and University Diversity Officer.An Evening with Michelle Alexander🗓 Thursday, April 14⏰ 7 PM📍Zoom ( ... See MoreSee Less
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