Tag Archives: Graduate Student

Research funding opps, news & info

This week’s research recap includes newly released funding opportunities from the UW Global Health Initiative and the National Endowment for Financial Education. Also upcoming is the Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline – due November 11th.

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Brianna Gambetti

Title/Department: MS/PhD Student, Human Development and Family Studies Email: gambetti@wisc.edu  Biography My research interests include investigating methods for improving quality of life for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). I am currently exploring associations between parent couple conflict and internalizing and externalizing mental health problems in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. My past research […]

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Endang Fourianalistyawati

Title/Department: Human Development and Family Studies Email: fourianalist@wisc.edu Biography Endang is interested in the well-being of pregnant women, particularly high-risk pregnant women who live in Indonesia. Ahigh-risk pregnancy on its own may even cause deathand Endang intends to examine the role of mindfulness-based intervention on pregnant women’s well-being. Her research focus has been in the […]

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Ellen Antoniewicz

Title/Department: Masters of Science in Human Ecology Email: eantoniewicz@wisc.edu Biography Ellen is pursuing a masters of science in Human Ecology. She is focusing on non-profit leadership and is specifically interested in non-profit administration within museums and historic sites. Education and Relevant Experience Ellen completed her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville majoring in psychology with […]

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Trisha Chanda

Title/Department: Consumer Science  Office Address: 4271 Nancy Nicholas Hall Office Hours: By appointment Phone Number: (608) 733-9289 Email: tchanda@wisc.edu   Biography Trisha Chanda is a doctoral student in the Department of Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her interests are primarily centered around poverty research in developing countries. Specifically, her work applies behavioral economics […]

Roxanne Etta

HDFS Grad Student Etta Joins Bouchet Society

Congratulations are in order for Roxanne Etta, graduate student in Human Development and Family Studies for induction into the prestigious Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society. The Bouchet Society recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement and promotes diversity and excellence in doctoral education and the professoriate. According to the UW-Madison Graduate School announcement, individuals were selected for […]

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SoHE Grad Student Receives Campus Honor

Update October 28, 2019: Mariela Victoria Quesada Centeno has also just been awarded the UW System-wide Outstanding Woman of Color award. Mariela Victoria Quesada Centeno, MPH, doctoral student in Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) was honored on March 5 ,2019, as part of UW-Madison Outstanding Women of Color Award celebration. The award, now in […]

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DESIGN STUDIES MFA

Design Studies Masters in Fine Arts Exhibition April 27 – May 17, 2019 Opening Reception: Thurs, May 2, 5-7 pm Earthly Remains Exhibition Premiers in the Ruth Davis Design Gallery The Ruth Davis Gallery is pleased to present Earthly Remains, a group exhibition featuring works by Larissa Cangussu, Dakota Mace (Diné), and Emily Popp. The Design […]

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SoHE News and Events: October 26-November 1

Ponto’s VR World | Travois  Art featured in Kansas City Assistant Professor Ponto Featured in The Cap Times Assistant Professor, Kevin Ponto, answered a Q&A on how Virtual Reality simulations can be used to solve real-world problems. He’s used his VR expertise and research, to map out crime scenes, help solve medical questions, and solve other […]

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Open to All: Design Thinking Workshop for Little Free Library

We’re bringing a Little Free Library to One City Learning in Madison, and we need YOUR HELP!  Having opportunities to read, learn, and be curious are all extremely important for child development and family well-being. Please consider joining us for a  Design Thinking Workshop Thursday March 22nd 5:30-7:30 in Room 3115 – Nancy Nicholas Hall. At this workshop, […]

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Design Studies MFA

Design Studies Masters in Fine Arts Exhibition April 22 – May 13, 2018 Each year the Ruth Davis Design Gallery showcases the final, degree-fulfilling work of Master of Fine Arts candidates from the Design Studies Department. The exhibition is the culmination of three years of intensive work as each candidate launches their formal career as […]

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Emily Parrott: Grad student Spotlight

SoHE HDFS graduate student Emily Parrott has been awarded UW-Madison’s prestigious Institute for Research on Poverty Dissertation Fellowship. Through the award, Emily is provided with a year of funding to work on her Ph.D. dissertation, which she is using to broaden the understanding of first-generation college students and their social capital investments post-graduation. As a […]

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Student Blog: Slow Food Turtle Island

This summer, Civil Society and Community Research graduate student Becca Dower is helping the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) develop a tribally-supported agriculture program—or TSA—to distributes Native American produced goods to Native American communities. During this time, she will be conducting preliminary research with funding from SoHE’s Summer Time Academic Research (STAR) Award, supported by the Catherine K. […]

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Student Blog: Trenton, North Dakota

This summer, Civil Society and Community Research graduate student Becca Dower is helping the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) develop a tribally-supported agriculture program—or TSA—to distributes Native American produced goods to Native American communities. During this time, she will be conducting preliminary research with funding from SoHE’s Summer Time Academic Research (STAR) Award, supported by the Catherine K. […]

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Student Blog: My first stop working with Native communities

This summer, Civil Society and Community Studies graduate student Becca Dower is helping the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) develop a tribally-supported agriculture program—or TSA—to distributes Native American produced goods to Native American communities. During this time, she will be conducting preliminary research with funding from SoHE’s Summer Time Academic Research (STAR) Award, supported by the […]

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Design Thinking

THINK BIGGER, SOLVE BETTER Design Thinking: a process for the curious—an asset on your resume The chaos of invention? The realms of boundless creativity? They’re not just for the mad-scientist tinkerer or artistic types. They’re for you. What the world needs—and today’s job market demands—is inquisitive outside-the-box problem solvers and people who flow with possibilities. […]

Hand in Hand – Student Starts Fundraiser for ACLU

SoHE graduate student and MFA candidate Hannah Bennett is a paper maker, textile artist, and philanthropist. Troubled by climate change and the situation surrounding the acceptance of refugees, Bennett started a GoFundMe page for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Wanting to help in some way, she decided to sell some of her art in the […]

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For Our Planet – For Our Health

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:  2017 Global Health Symposium Members of the UW-Madison and extended global health community are invited to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the annual symposium: TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017 Health Sciences Learning Center Keynote Speaker: Jennie Ward-Robinson, CEO and president of the PAHO Foundation Oral and poster global health presentations […]

Sunyee Yoon, graduate student

Grad Student Yoon: Passion Found

Sunyee Yoon, PhD Consumer Sciences Having completed her PhD in May 2016, Sunyee Yoon is now an assistant professor of marketing at SUNY Buffalo. It’s a field that’s fascinated her since her undergraduate studies in business and mass communication at Sogang University in South Korea, but her personal journey within marketing has taken a 180-degree […]

Grad Student Dave Smallen

Grad Student Smallen: Well Connected

Dave Smallen, Doctoral Candidate Human Development & Family Studies In 2006, at the age of 21, singer/songwriter Dave Smallen was signed to Capitol Records and touring the U.S. with his band, Street to Nowhere. To the casual observer, he was living the dream, but like so much in pop culture, it was partly just an […]

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Graduate student Claire Berezowitz receives 2016 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award

Written By: Kelsey Anderson University Health Services– Health Communications Specialist   Claire Berezowitz, a joint doctoral student in the Civil Society and Community Research in the School of Human Ecology and Departments of Educational Psychology, is one of 10 recipients (in the nation) of the 2016 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award. The award recognizes graduate students […]

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Graduate Student Sambo: A Remarkable Fellowship

Allison Sambo, a Masters student in International Public Affairs and a Doctoral Candidate in Civil Society and Community Research at UW-Madison has won the US DACOR Bacon House Graduate Fellowship for Study of International Affairs. This highly competitive program is open to just eleven schools, five perennial: American University-SIS Johns Hopkins-SAIS Georgetown-Walsh School The George Washington University-Elliott […]