Aa Dekhen Zara Entertainment is a campus-wide Executive Board that hosts a Midwest, Southasian Charity Dance Competition each year called “Aa Dekhen Zara.” The Executive Board is involved in the entire process of organizing and running the competition.
African Cultural Studies Student Association encourages members to engage in academic and social activities that strengthen their social and intellectual cohesion and enhances the visibility of the Department of African Cultural Studies
Our mission is to promote cultural and social awareness of African students amongst the entire student body and faculty of our university.
AIESEC-Madison is part of a global youth organization that develops leadership capabilities through international leadership, exchange and internship programs. AIESEC is the world's largest youth-led org with over 100,000 members in 130 countries
Aikido is a martial art that stresses non-violent resolution of conflict and a commitment to self-improvement through Aikido training. All are welcome. Aikido can be practiced by both men and women of any age and any size.
Give access, first hand to learning about the Albanian culture, language, and opportunity to establish friendships. The org is committed to giving back to the Albanian and non-Albanian community through community outreach, tutoring, and community service
The Epsilon Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. ® has remained a leader in setting standards academically, uplifting our sisterhood, and staying true to Being of Service to all Mankind. Following in the footsteps of our revered Founders.
The purpose of this Asian-interest sorority is to promote sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and Asian/Asian-American awareness in the University and community.
Founded nationally December 4, 1906 and chartered on the UW campus on December 7th, 1946. Gamma Epsilon holds pride in the diversity of its brotherhood and in the array of leaders it produces. "First of All, Servants of All, We shall transcend All"
AISES focuses on increasing the representation of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, First Nations and other indigenous peoples of North America in S.T.E.M fields and careers.