Madison365 Week in Review for March 5


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    Madison realtor Tiffany Malone is committed to diversifying her field – and home ownership.




    To that end, a new organization called OWN IT gave $15,000 grants to seven families to begin home ownership.




    Family and friends of Tony Robinson will honor and celebrate his life Sunday, the seventh anniversary of his death at the hands of a Madison police officer.




    The “Thrival Tools” showcase last weekend highlighted Indigenous winter traditions.




    Madison Poet Laureate Angela Trudell Vasquez will also serve as poet-in-residence at the city’s public libraries this spring. 




    Makda Fessahaye has been named Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources at UW-Milwaukee.




    Dr. Patricia Tellez-Girón has been elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society.




    Dr. Jara Rios-Rodriquez has joined Collaboration for Good as operations director.




    Kyree Brooks is the new dean of students at Cardinal Heights Middle School in Sun Prairie.




    UW-Oshkosh approved a 12-credit Hmong Studies Certificate.




    UW’s Filipinx American Student Organization is hosting the annual Midwest Filipino American Summit in April.



    Forward Madison signed center back Mélé Temguia, who most recently played in the Canadian Premier League.

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