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May 23, 2022

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Get Your Booster Dose on Campus or Share Your Vaccination Record

Everyone who is eligible for a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended to get one as soon as possible for the best protection against COVID-19 infection and serious illness. University Health Services (UHS) has expanded capacity at its no-cost campus vaccination clinic and has appointments available. If you already received a booster shot off-campus, let UHS know by sharing your records through the MyUHS website or app. Please have an image of your vaccination record ready for upload in one of the following file formats: PDF, PNG, JGP or JPEG. Sharing this information will help UW–Madison maintain more accurate information about our community and continue to develop plans to keep all members of our campus community safe. For more information, visit covidresponse.wisc.edu.
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Showcase Sessions Finalized; Registration Open

Showcase 2022 will be held Tuesday, March 8, at Union South. This free annual event highlights innovations and improvements on campus, and features a poster exhibition, poster flash talks, breakout sessions, and a keynote presentation by Chancellor Rebecca Blank. As currently planned, Showcase 2022 includes in-person, live streamed, and interactive online sessions. Those who plan to attend any of the online sessions must register by Monday, March 7, at 5 p.m. to receive the links to those sessions. Event registrations will also be accepted at the door, but will not include access to the online sessions. The event schedule, including a list of breakout sessions, is now available. For details and to register, visit showcase.wisc.edu.
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Black History Month Events on Campus

UW–Madison is celebrating Black History Month in February with movie and TV show screenings, an open mic night and more for students, faculty and staff. The theme this year is “Melanin in Media: The People, The Culture, The Blackprint.” The keynote will feature a conversation with Ruth E. Carter, the Academy Award winner for “Best Costume Design” for the movie Black Panther, on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in Varsity Hall, Union South. Black History Month at UW–Madison is planned and hosted by the 2022 Black History Month Planning Committee, the Black Cultural Center, and partners across campus. For a complete list of events, visit wisc.edu/black-history.
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