Author Archives: Serena Larkin

Marianne Fairbanks

SoHE News & Events: Oct 4–10

Marianne Fairbanks and Dakota Mace to show in MMoCA’s Wisconsin Triennial | Jennifer Angus show opens this weekend | SoHE undergrad a local climate leader | Jerry O’Brien praises Von Maur’s entry into Madison | Jennifer Gaddis on WHYY to talk school lunch shaming

Crystal Yichen Zhao speaks at the Madison Climate Strike Rally September 20, 2019. Photo by Alissa Herring, used with permission.

Activism at SoHE: From the Classroom to the Capitol

A conversation between climate strike speaker and SoHE undergrad Crystal Yichen Zhao and a SoHE professor who researches youth activism, Dr. Connie Flanagan, shows how SoHE lessons transfer from research to action.

View of the "Intersections" exhibit in the Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery at SoHE.

SoHE News & Events: Sep 27–Oct 3

“Intersections” show glowingly reviewed in The Isthmus | Major funding awarded to research financial vulnerability | Christine Whelan talks clothing rental | Jennifer Gaddis in Mother Jones | Jennifer Angus show opening soon in St. Pete

Junior Scholars in Training participants, standing together on Memorial Union Terrace, June 20, 2019

Junior Scholars in Training Program Preps the Next Generation of Financial Vulnerability Researchers

The Center for Financial Security Retirement and Disability Research Center mentors a diverse cohort of future leaders in the field.

Fenaba Addo

SoHE News & Events: Sep 20–26

Fenaba Addo in Washington Post and TheGrio | Julie Poehlmann-Tynan’s new book | Jennifer Gaddis on Mother Jones “Bite” podcast | Kevin Ponto brings VR to CSI | Mariaelena Huambachano on Indigenous foodways | Día de los Muertos community art project underway

SoHE Recognizes Two Grad Students as Exemplary Mentors with New Award

Winners Madelaine L’Esperance and Carolyn Liesen graduate this summer with an extra feather in their caps.

Sarah Halpern Meekin

Understanding Poverty: Getting Beyond Just Dollars and Cents

A new book by SoHE professor Sarah Halpern-Meekin proposes the idea of “social poverty” as a key factor in people’s well-being and decisions.