The American Psychological Foundation (APF) invites proposals for Rapid Response COVID-19 funding, due May 1. The William T. Grant Foundation invites Letters of Intent for its Research Grants on Reducing Inequality program, due May 6. UW-Madison OVCRGE invites applications to the limited competition for NIH Science Education Partner Award (SEPA), for Research Education activities in alignment with the mission areas of the NIH. Internal applications are due May 8.
Michael Stallsmith is a 2011 BBA Marketing graduate of UW-Madison who was highly involved with the Kohl’s Center for Retailing as a student.In this interview, Michael provides his background as UW graduate and advice for future graduates. What was you favorite part of your program? No question, it was every experiential learning opportunity I took […]
The SoHE Centers of Excellence play a unique role in our work. As hubs for scholarship, education, and outreach, they build bridges across departments, campus, and communities. They empower our faculty and students to think broadly, act strategically, and create meaningful change in the world. Center for Child and Family Well-Being Working with researchers, policymakers, […]
Student Organizations Connect with other students while developing your professional resume through an on-campus organization. Financial Occupations Club for University Students (FOCUS) provides career development, improves financial literacy on campus, offers counseling and intervention to fellow students and the surrounding community, and promotes the financial planning process. Phi Upsilon Omicron (Phi U) recognizes and encourages […]
Geo-fensing. Facial recognition mannequins. Amazon’s Dash. UberRUSH. These industry trends are just a few of the things Jerry O’Brien is discussing with the media, students, colleagues, and anyone else who wants to “talk shop.” O’Brien is the director for the UW-Madison Kohl’s Center for Retailing, part of the School of Human Ecology (SoHE). He’s also […]