Wednesday, December 19, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Room 2235 Bring good cheer and a dish to pass!
If you are a student and love Tweeting, Instagramming, blogging, and all forms of social media, or are skilled at writing, design, and communications, apply to work with us! Information on the position here: Student Communications Assistant Position at SoHE Seeking fun, energetic, marketing-savvy students to join UW-Madison’s School of Human Ecology communications team. Social […]
Learning to work with different “thinkers” On October 17, Executive in Residence for Retailing and Consumer Behavior and SoHE alum Linda Ahlers was on hand to help students in the Product Development Strategies in Retail practice and prepare for project presentations of competitive shopping and trend boards. Based on the type of creative thinker they […]
Wagner Discusses New AAP Guidelines |Robb’s Student Loan Paper Published + | Alter Exhibit Extended | Financial Life Skills Meets the Daily Cardinal Dr. Amy Wagner on WPR and new AAP Guidance “Helping children learn to regulate their behavior and emotions starts with adults who are able to regulate their own behavior and emotions,” […]
Photo Essay Inspired by Day of the Dead traditions, the Remembrance and Celebration 2018 Community Altar Project is on display in the SoHE building main entry until November 6. Free wooden boxes were given out to the community to decorate. Over 60 altars honoring people, pets and more were created by individuals for this group exhibit, […]
A Planting Ceremony with Preschool Alums and Campus Officials On January 14, 2015, the oldest tree on campus, President’s Oak, was officially taken down. UW Child Development Lab (CDL) preschoolers had become quite attached to the 300-year-old tree they called “bur oak” and gave it an emotional and meaningful goodbye that captured attention on […]
In between putting on fashion shows, designing fabrics and constructing garments for class projects, some students majoring in Textiles and Fashion Design find time to make clothes for themselves to wear. Emily Popp challenged herself two semesters ago to wear only the clothes she had personally designed and fabricated for an entire semester, calling it her “fashion […]
As SoHE’s Director of Career and Leadership Development, Alicia Hazen is an expert on coaching student from school to career. In a Q&A, she provides insights on how students can best navigate their time here at SoHE, how to make the most out of working with advisers, and getting an early start on the job search process. Read on […]