SoHE Stories: November 7 – 13

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Check out how SoHE’s been making the news!

Click the following links below for more information on our top stories this week.

 

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EcoWell Skill Share Workshop: Rescheduled for next Friday, same time, same location

RESCHEDULED – EcoWell Skill Share workshop will be led by SoHE’s Director of Consumer Finance, Linda Lepe. It will focus on the Emotional Freedom Technique. EFT, also known as tapping, is an instant stress reducer that is easy to learn and easy to apply. Lepe will show you how simple it is to bring this technique into your everyday life.

 Jerry-OBrienKroger to buy Roundy’s: What does Jerry think?

The $800M deal will expand grocery leader Kroger’s foothold in the Midwest, but what does this mean for the venerable Roundy’s brand? Click for the Wisconsin State Journal story and to read more about this major deal from retail expert Jerry O’Brien’s perspective. Or, listen to his interview on Wisconsin Public Radio.

 

 

1933-600pxTechnology Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Living Environments Laboratory, in association with UW-Madison and Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, will be showing their immersive 3D technology today (11/12/15) at Marathon County Public Library in Wausau, Wisconsin. From learning how their technology can be used in real world experiences to taking a virtual tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin estate and ending your adventure by attending a virtual roller-coaster for the “young at heart”, there will be something for everyone. This event will be going on from 4:00 pm- 6:00 pm, and drop-ins are welcome! For more information on this event, click here.

 

Angus_InTheMidnightGarden_detail2-860x470Redefining Beauty: Jennifer Angus

This probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard her name, and it won’t be the last. We’re proud to announce that our very own professor of textile design will now be exhibiting her display at the Smithsonian Gallery in Washington, D.C. Using the world travels as her inspiration, Jennifer Angus strives to have others see beauty through a whole new lens. With over 5,000 bugs, we’re sure you’ll be amazed! For more information on her story, click here.

 

 

 

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