The Choi Tae Kwon Do Club at UW-Madison is a martial arts club started by Drs. Jack Nitschke and Carmon Alonso in 1998. The club is dedicated to promoting individual growth through a non-competitive environment. ALL CLASSES ARE FREE!
KSEA WI YG chapter mainly consists of Korean American students who are majoring in science or enginnering. Together with Wisconsin Local Chapter, we explore science topic in depth through discussions and presentations. Also, throughout the year, we participate in the national conferences, which gathers brilliant undergraduates to present their research and interested topics.
An association of students, mainly graduate students but also some non-graduate students who wish to be part of the organization, and scholars who are interested in Korea, its people, and its culture. We organize events, e.g. Annual new student Welcome
We share Korean folk drumming and dancing with our community and increase the awareness of diversity on campus.
Aa Dekhen Zara Entertainment is a campus-wide Executive Board that hosts a Midwest, Southasian Dance Competition each year called “Aa Dekhen Zara.” The Executive Board is involved in the complete process of organizing and running the whole competition.
APALSA/SALSA is an academic, career, and social support network aimed at making the law school experience comfortable, enjoyable, and valuable for everyone.
We provide an opportunity for the UW community to learn about meditation methods and Buddhist teachings with roots in the Karma Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
We provide support to Indian students, especially to those new to Madison, in adjusting to the campus and lifestyle. We promote Indian culture on campus through Indian classical music and dance and celebrating Indian festivals.
The India Students Association (ISA) is a student organization on campus that promotes South Asian culture and heritage. There are a variety of educational and fun events throughout the year and all are welcome to participate.
MadTown Bhangra is an all new student-led dance competition that strives to showcase the style and elements of Bhangra, a traditional folk dance from the Indian state of Punjab as well as support education in disadvantaged regions in India.
Movement Exchange fosters civic engagement, cross-cultural understanding, and creative expression through dance and service.
The Muslim Students Association shall be a non-for-profit organization. The aim and purpose of the MSA will be to serve the best interests of the students of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Nepal Student Association signifies the existence of Nepali students in UW-Madison and promotes the awareness of Nepal and Nepali culture to UW-Madison and the local community. We also facilitate incoming Nepali students with necessary help and info.
The Pakistani Students Association provides a cultural, historical and political link to Pakistan for students and faculty of UW-Madison and the community at large.
Saaz is an Indian music group based in UW Madison that plays classical, folk and contemporary Indian music. The group is very open and collaborative in nature, and sees a constant flux of artists and musical styles.
South Asian Sisters-Madison is a diverse collective of progressive South Asian women dedicated to empowering woman-identified individuals of South Asian heritage (and anyone in allyship with our issues) on the UW campus and greater Madison community.
FASO aims to educate and spread awareness about Filipino culture & history, to foster friendships, identify others and work towards a common goal. FASO is based on the spirit of bayanihan; the values of family, community and exploring one’s sense of self.
HASA’s goal is to raise awareness and educate Hmong Americans and the community about the Hmong culture and contemporary issues. HASA serves as a resource for students, promoting higher education and providing opportunities for leadership and talent.
The Lao and Cambodian Student Association strives to build a cohesive community within students of all ethnicities interested in learning about Laotian and/or Cambodian culture.
The purpose of this group is to build a social support system for Hmong American women on campus, create a safe space for dialogue about issues or concerns facing Hmong American women, and providing collective mentorship and guidance for one another.
The purpose of SEADO is to explore and promote the awareness of diversity in Southeast Asian cultural dances.
A graduate student research forum designed to facilitate the intellectual and professional development of graduate students in the field of Southeast Asian Studies.