SoHE Stories: March 11-17

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1391102625-552962-large-displayBefore you leave for Spring break, don’t forget to stop by this week’s Science Café on Friday, March 18th. Design Studies Professor, Mark Nelson, will leading a fascinating workshop on Socially Conscious Design. For more details, click here!

 

 

 

Fenaba AddoAssistant Professor Fenaba Addo (co-author of study), interviewed  in this story on NBC News, the story noting “African-American students who earn bachelor’s degrees are more likely to graduate with loans, and have higher average loan balances than white students who take on debt to finance their education.”

 

Michael Collins 1311_cropAssociate Professor, director of the Center for Financial Security J Michael Collins says Peggy Olive 3113_crop“Knowing what one should do is different from actually doing it, though” in a March 15 interview on Wisconsin Public Radio. Joining in the discussion are Peggy Olive, Family Financial Capability Outreach Specialist with UW-Extension and Dave Mancl, member of the board of visitors and Director of the Office of Financial Literacy, WI Dept of Financial Institutions.

 

Charles RaisonDr. Charles Raison writes that meditation may not be one size fits all, in this blog on WebMD – a suggestion is to try mediation for a week or so and see how you feel, or try the app Stop, Breathe & Think

 

 

 

Impact Ticket ImageTickets are on sale NOW for the annual student fashion show

THREADS: IMPACT April 30th

This show is not to be missed – seriously. With shows at 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm – you will not be disappointed.

Great afternoon experience or why maybe attend the 5:00 pm show then dinner and discuss?!

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