The Jail Library Group is an organization, founded in 1992, that provides educational, recreational, and community resource reading materials to residents of two Dane County jail facilities located in downtown Madison.
We practice Shotokan Karate, the traditional form of Karate which originates from Okinawa, Japan. At practices, we learn kihon (techniques), kata (forms), and kumite (sparing). We also compete in university tournaments and attend seminars.
The Japanese Student Association is an association which is open to all students who are interested in learning Japanese culture and language.
JEM’s goal is to heighten Jewish identity though hands-on educational experiences that respect all Jews, regardless of prior knowledge or observance level. Our student center is located at 233 Langdon St, Madison
Jewish Greek League UW-Madison #Jiggle
JLSA works to maintain a social, cultural and religious Jewish presence at the University of Wisconsin Law School. JLSA membership and activities are open to all law students. Our activities include lectures, community service projects, networking events
Jewop exists for students from all religious backgrounds to come together and sing in an a cappella ensemble. We celebrate Jewish music by singing songs in English, Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish. All voice parts welcome!
This group provides students with the opportunity to learn about advanced epidemiology in a relaxed environment. This group will facilitate discussion and understanding of three epidemiology topics: current events, methods, and professional development.
The Joint Venture Club (JVC) was created to provide a venue for the families of the University of Wisconsin School of Business MBAs to network and get involved in the University and in the Madison area as a whole.
Our peer-reviewed journal seeks to publish the best undergraduate work across the country related to international themes and topics. For Madison students, we provide an opportunity to navigate the process of editing and publishing a journal.