This week’s research recap includes SoHE’s new Research Support webpages. Also included are a reminder about the Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline and new proposal calls from UW ICTR Pilot Awards program and The Retirement Research Foundation.
“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
The SoHE professor encourages viewers to reflect on what they value and protect on this Earth with her show, ‘The Grasshopper and the Ant’ and Other Stories, as Told by Jennifer Angus.
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
Make your own altar box to remember a loved one as part of SoHE’s annual Día de los Muertos Fiesta.
Caring for caregivers, students advise peers on budgeting, and more.
How school lunch offers important policy opportunities; five new faculty join SoHE; and what we get wrong about student debt.
SoHE welcomes Drs. Yiwei Zhang, Mariaelena Huambachano, Brian McInnes, Megan Doherty Bea, and Alvin Thomas.
Dr. Janean Dilworth-Bart, Professor Mary Hark, and Dr. J. Michael Collins return to campus with added distinction.
An alum’s path from consumer science to crooked grinds; What’s a Weaving Lab?; and more.
SoHE’s 2019 Wisconsin Idea Alumni Award winner learns by doing—and she encourages others to do so, too.
What’s really in our clothes?; Back-to-school savings tips; Background TV’s impact on kids; and more.
SoHE’s 2019 Early Career Alumni Award winner credits her SoHE Master’s degree with helping her serve clients better.
Washington Post Op-Ed: Material Culture & Tariffs| YouTube Children’s Videos | Golf Outing Raises $25K Dr. Sarah Anne Carter; Avocados, Tins, and Tariffs Discussion Dr. Sarah Anne Carter’s recent Washington Post piece uses material culture to relate to today’s US tariff debates. She explores the 1892 presidential campaign when Grover Cleveland used tin cards to […]
SoHE’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award honed her desire for learning at UW—and has applied that in her life ever since.
SoHE’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award winner rose through the retail ranks, spurred by her studies at UW–Madison.
Sleeve, Spain, late 17th/early 18th century, wool on linen, 20 x 17 in. Danielle Philips is entering her final year as a student in the School of Human Ecology, majoring in Retailing and Consumer Behavior. Last semester, I studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain, and thought that through this project, I could learn more about the […]
The personal finance major (SoHE ’20) is one of just twelve across the US to win the award.
A vaccine against depression; the beginnings of “adulting”; and more.
Apparel Fabric, Asia, 1800-1829, metallic thread, silk Ellyn Webb is a student in the School of Human Ecology, majoring in Retailing and Consumer Behavior and completing a Certificate in Textiles. This textile is from the early 1800s in Asia, made of silk and metallic thread. We do not know exactly which country it is from, […]
Poehlmann-Tynan on opportunities for families experiencing a parent’s incarceration; Collins on youth philanthopy; and the Center for Financial Security on financial abuse.
Dress, United States of America, 1940-1949, silk, 58”x36” Last week’s Textile Tuesday examined the history and provenance of a silk dress in the HLATC collection; this week, a different student examines the same dress from a more personal vantage point. Tess E. Hurley is a student in the School of Human Ecology, studying Textiles and […]
Dean Shim Explains the Power of a Pricey Present. Would you rather send your boss an edible arrangement or a bunch of grapes for $11,000? Well if you live in Japan, you might have to opt for the second option. Japan has popularized gifting these exclusive and pricey grapes, also known as Ruby Roman grapes, […]
Dress, United States of America, 1940-1949, silk, 58”x36” Corinn Ebelis a student in the School of Human Ecology, majoring in Textiles and Fashion Design. This dress, a gift in honor of Milwaukee’s Pabst family, is a beautiful memoir of custom dressmaking and embroidery. It shows superior craftsmanship of its time, and pride in the industry’s […]