Posse Scholar named as a notable UW–Madison graduate of spring 2021

Here’s a look at just a few of the students who will be graduating from UW–Madison May 8. Consider them a small subset of the excellence of the Class of 2021. Including Shehrose Charania, a Chicago Posse graduate combines her identity as a Pakistani Muslim American woman and her passion for health promotion to combat health inequities. “As the daughter of immigrants, a first-generation college student, and a proud Posse scholar from Chicago, I was provoked to think beyond my comfort zone and encouraged to embrace the value and validity of my voice during my time at UW–Madison,” she says. Her efforts led UW–Madison to name her its 2020 Newman Civic Fellow, a national honor.

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