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Assist Prof Carolina Sarmiento

Carolina S. Sarmiento

El mundo que queremos es uno donde quepan muchos mundos. -Subcomandante Marcos, EZLN Carolina Sarmiento’s research and practice focuses on learning from the grassroots and building sustainable and creative alternatives that help address inequality and injustice. Carolina S. Sarmiento is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the School of Human Ecology and […]

Assist Prof Carolina Sarmiento

Best Paper Award: Sarmiento

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ASCP) awards committee announced SoHE Assistant Professor Carolina Sarmiento has received the Chester Rapkin Award for Best Paper in the Journal of Planning Education and Research. Research conducted by Sarmiento and Sims speaks to urban planners, community organizations and policy makers who are concerned about the growing need for affordable housing […]

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OneSoHE21 Annual Awards

Launched in 2016, this annual award program is designed to implement one of the key features of our OneSoHE21 Strategic Plan; Vision Pillar #11‘s service-oriented and committed employees in a satisfying workplace. Download nomination form here Timeline September 12:  Awards process announced to the school November 1:  Submission deadline November – December:  Review committee deliberations […]

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SoHE News & Stories: April 14 – April 21

Take a look at what’s happening at SoHE this week!   Research in the Rotunda = SoHE Shines! Sponsored by UWSA, Research in the Rotunda is a stunning showcase of the breadth of work happening across the System- special s/o to SoHE undergrad students and their faculty mentors who presented more than twenty posters – […]

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Kendra Alexander Ian Baird Dr. Ian Baird is Associate Professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His main geographical area of interest is mainland Southeast Asia, especially Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand, where he studies a range of issues, including political ecology (rural), human-environment relations, development and post-development, Hmong studies, and indigeneity in Southeast Asia. […]

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CommNS to Lead Incubator Project to Promote Partnerships in Guadalajara, Mexico

I am excited this month to share that a project proposal developed within the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (CommNS), one of the SoHE Centers of Excellence, has been selected by the UW Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS) for funding. The project, titled “Connecting Landscapes in the Greater Guadalajara Socio-Ecological Ecosystem: An […]

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Centers of Excellence Spring into Action

The University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Human Ecology’s Centers of Excellence are off to a wonderful start in 2016. We have been steadily developing our strategic plans and infrastructure over the past two years. 2016 marks a new point in this process – we are fully positioned to take our School of Human […]

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CNPL Faculty & Research

Kendra Alexander Assistant Professor 4157 Nancy Nicholas Hall | 608-262-4227 Lori Bakken CV Professor 4145 Nancy Nicholas Hall | 608-890-0221 Connie Flanagan CV Professor 4153 Nancy Nicholas Hall | 608-263-2291 Jennifer Gaddis Assistant Professor 4251 Nancy Nicholas Hall | 617-320-4501 Leah Horowitz Assistant Professor 80, Science Hall Michael Maguire CV Faculty […]

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Double major lives her destiny

School of Human Ecology senior Elana Rabishaw originally thought she would be a business major, but knew she was destined for the Community and Nonprofit Leadership (CNPL) major when she began writing the application essay to the Wisconsin School of Business. “I found myself talking about wanting to work for nonprofits, and wanting to make a difference […]

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“The Healing Power of Food, Community, and Love” at SoHE

By Michaela Johnke and Ceidy Irias On Wednesday, April 29th, the School of Human Ecology had the pleasure of hosting Seitu Jones, a local artist from Minneapolis. While Seitu shared the inspirations and aspirations behind his recent work, CREATE, a community meal that spanned the length of 250 tables, we partook in a meal prepared […]

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Baldwin Award: Latino Workers Study

The income gap within the Latino community has been growing rapidly over the past decade; Latino poverty has increased dramatically while wages have remained stagnant and the Latino population in Dane County has more than doubled. With the population growing, job opportunities shrinking, and hard data lacking, the need for a re-evaluation is greater than […]

EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it

For the week of December 7-13 2014 Source: UW-Madison clipsheet, self-reporting In the News: New Ideas, City Support will be key to malls survival Wausau Daily Herald, WI Quoted: Jerry O’Brien, Director, Kohl’s Center for Retailing Wisconskin: State pride written in permanent ink The Capital Times Quoted: Christine Whelan, Consumer Science   Of Interest Source: Individual […]

Events & Outreach

Events & Outreach Here you will find a list of special events, brown bags, and other outreach activities geared to build community, foster partnerships, and further the mission and vision of the CommNS. Past Events Thank you Madison365 for covering this event! We had an exciting and educational day with our network and are grateful for partners […]