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SoHE News and Events: November 9-15

Wagner Discusses New AAP Guidelines  |Robb’s Student Loan Paper Published + | Alter Exhibit Extended  |  Financial Life Skills Meets the Daily Cardinal   Dr. Amy Wagner on WPR and new AAP Guidance “Helping children learn to regulate their behavior and emotions starts with adults who are able to regulate their own behavior and emotions,” […]

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SoHE News and Events: June 1-7

Burgess-Hull Wins Award | TFD Student Receives AATCC Award | Warmath on Cool Credit Cards Albert Burgess-Hull Wins Postdoctoral Preparation Institute Travel Award Graduate student Albert Burgess-Hull, M.S. was selected for the Postdoctoral Preparation Institute Travel Award from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Resources Program. With this award, Burgess-Hull will be attending the 2018 […]

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SoHE News and Events: May 25 – 31

SoHE’s Olive Sagapolu is a Backflipping Extraordinaire Badger’s lineman and ukulele player Olive Sagapolu captured the hearts of all with his skillful backflipping videos on Instagram and toe-touches at basketball games. Also known as “Mr. Aloha,” Sagapolu brings joy and happiness to everyone he sees. He was recently featured in a national ESPN story that […]

Michael Collins

J Michael Collins Receives Honor: Romnes Award

Congratulations Dr. J. Michael Collins, Fetzer Family Chair in Consumer and Personal Finance and Associate Professor in Consumer Science for receiving the H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowships Award. Dr. Collins studies on consumer behavior insights focus primarily on the role of information in consumer decision making, especially for low-income and vulnerable households and serves UW Cooperative Extension as a state specialist in family […]

Christine Whelan on Capital City Sunday

SoHE News and Events: January 26-February 1

Professor Whelan on WKOW | Spotlight on Alum Tony Granato Christine Whelan, Ph.D. on New Years Resolutions Recently, Consumer Science clinical professor Christine Whelan, Ph.D., appeared on WKOW’s Capital City Sunday show to discuss how to keep New Years Resolutions. Professor Whelan offers advice on picking a resolution, determining what goals are important to you, […]

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Product Development Strategies in Retailing Course Connects with Industry

The Consumer Science course, Product Development Strategies in Retail, connected with industry in many ways this semester. The course is arranged in four modules: market trend analysis, assortment planning strategies, sourcing and production strategies and branding strategies. Students presenting Trend / Inspiration boards:               Class field trip to Lands’ End […]

UW-Madison Retail students and Zhejiang International Studies University (ZISU)

Consumer Science

Mission Based on a strong core focus on family well-being, consumer behavior, sustainability and ethical leadership, we offer Personal Finance and Retailing and Consumer Behavior, two highly related majors that prepare students for careers in business or public service. Our work is designed to have high impact on solving real societal problems related to families’ […]

Hy-Vee Presenter Jamie Franck

Retail Leadership Symposium Explores Organizational Culture with Hy-Vee

  By students Jordan Becker, Tim Schumann, Aaron Sykes, Allison Hartwig, Sophie Auerswald, Katherine Nelsen, Wei Chen, Christian Avina, Taylor Hedl, Sophia Minter & Julia Berman Hy-Vee is an extremely profitable company that is most well known for being a popular Midwestern grocer. However, they have recently decided to become involved in all facets of […]

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Grad Student Hu: Combining Research with Action

Ming Hu, PhD Student Civil Society and Community Studies International Exploration and Experience Combining research with action for a better society, SoHE doctoral student Ming Hu is examining the role of nonprofit organizations in civil society. But Ming’s interest in nonprofit work started long before he began his doctoral studies in SoHE’s Civil Society and Community […]

Jerry O'Brien.

O’Brien: Connecting Retailing & Consumer Behavior Students to Today’s Industry

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 […]