The American Indian Studies Program works to foster an environment in which the university community can discover, examine, and appreciate the cultures, traditions, and values that reflect the many contributions American Indians have made and continue to make to the quality of life in contemporary society. The program provides information, referral, and consultation to students, faculty, staff, and citizens throughout the state. A major focus of the program is to facilitate the development of leadership among Indian students to enhance their academic success and assist them in becoming involved in contributing to their communities. An essential component of our mission is to focus attention and direct the resources of the University of Wisconsin to improve the lives of Wisconsin Indian people.
The University of Wisconsin Foundation established the American Indian Studies Department Fund, which assists in developing American Indian Studies.
To make a tax-deductible donation, contact:
University of Wisconsin Foundation – American Indian Studies Fund
U.S. Bank Lockbox
P.O. Box 78807
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807
Click the button below to make a secure donation electronically.
MESSAGE FROM BRONSON KOENIG
Please read the following message from UW-Madison student athlete and Ho-Chunk Nation member Bronson Koenig.
The AIS Library (338E Ingraham Hall) is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please come by to see what’s new, look for help with research and term papers, and catch up on the latest in area scholarship.
We want to hear from you! Please contact AIS with any news or notes about career changes, family updates, or just to share old memories.
We are always looking for a few good pictures. Send old photos of AIS or related activities from your UW-Madison days to the mailing address below, or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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