While the book club will be exploring the college experiences of transgender, nonbinary, and gender variant students, the main goal of the summer book club is to consult ways in which participants can help to create a more inclusive campus environment.
While engagement was low, the goal of SGA moving forward is to make student elections more accessible and inclusive.
During the meetings, Joe Eickman is happy to help clear up any confusion or just to talk about what is going on in the police world.
UW-Superior chose to participate in Earth Day all week by hosting a variety of events on campus that students could participate in to make a difference and enjoy the celebration as much as possible.
Willingness to take risks and understand how to work with people of different cultural backgrounds are invaluable skills to an employer. One of the easiest ways to convey these skills is to participate in a study abroad program.
The 24-hour online Superior Day of Giving is the Foundation’s largest fundraising event of the year. Last year, amidst a global pandemic, UW-Superior’s generous community of alumni and friends contributed over $90,000 to support scholarships, undergraduate research opportunities, athletics programming, well-equipped facilities, student organizations, and more.