SoHE faculty give holiday shopping season trends and tips | Duncan launches new study on Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting | Raison on rebooting your PM hours | Carter discusses an odd new feature on wealthy diners’ plates | New research: Horowitz on Indigenous mineral rights in the Russian Arctic
SoHE-led research for families affected by incarceration featured by Institute for Research on Poverty | Fairbanks launches Hello! Loom | Call for posters opens for CCFW 2020 conference | Q&A with Jen Gaddis in FERN’s Ag Insider and WORT Radio | Sarmadi’s research informs proposed legislation in PA | Psilocybin research by Raison gets key approval from FDA
Research: Youth involvement in Madison planning process | Teaching Poverty 101 workshop opens applications | Forbes notes SoHE’s Badger$ense program | Research: SoHE grad student publishes on increasing minority participation in cancer clinical trials | Grad student interviews Menominee forester for Edge Effects | Research: Spouse and caregiver roles and recognition | Badger Herald features Hartley’s Down Syndrome-Alzheimer’s research | Angus show a “wondrous environment”—plus, “Bugsgiving”! | Feedback survey for Day of the Dead Community Altar Project
Gaddis op-ed in Teen Vogue | Angus and Mace win major art prize | Sarmadi’s “blaze pink” research featured in policy brief | Grad student Williams publishes on culturally responsive evaluation | Huambachano discusses food sovereignty | Moskowitz lectures to Madison Knitters Guild
Raison’s research featured in Vice | Keeler on the 1950s erasure of Indian Country | Sarmadi to discuss sustainable plastics at Chazen | Angus talks insect art on podcast | New SoHE faculty member Alvin Thomas featured by UW
CSCS grad student Erin Bailey on NBC discussing racial disparities in healthcare | New research on Down syndrome-dementia link from Hartley | New research from Litzelman on caregiver use of social resources | Blumenstock and Papp on young adult relationship and sexual satisfaction | Raison’s Usona study begins recruiting patients | Fairbanks noted in Wisconsin Triennial review
A new accelerated master’s degree launches with SoHE | Bartfeld on hunger solutions for Wisconsin | Angus exhibit “dazzles” | Collins appointed to retirement task force by Governor | SoHE grad student publishes research on mindful parenting of teens | Diprete Brown wins Global Citizen Award
Celebrating Wisconsin’s first Indigeneous Peoples Day | SoHE student founds group to diversify design industry | Shim examines impacts of student debt | Bartfeld finds free school meals improves elementary attendance | Two SoHE artists at MMoCA Triennial show, opening Friday | Jennifer Angus show now open | Food politics panel, including Gaddis, at Wisconsin Book Festival
Marianne Fairbanks and Dakota Mace to show in MMoCA’s Wisconsin Triennial | Jennifer Angus show opens this weekend | SoHE undergrad a local climate leader | Jerry O’Brien praises Von Maur’s entry into Madison | Jennifer Gaddis on WHYY to talk school lunch shaming
“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
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
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.
Advice for new students (and their parents); Wisconsin second-lowest in credit card debt; and three faculty promotions.
An alum’s path from consumer science to crooked grinds; What’s a Weaving Lab?; and more.
What’s really in our clothes?; Back-to-school savings tips; Background TV’s impact on kids; and more.
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 […]
A vaccine against depression; the beginnings of “adulting”; and more.
Poehlmann-Tynan on opportunities for families experiencing a parent’s incarceration; Collins on youth philanthopy; and the Center for Financial Security on financial abuse.
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, […]
SARMADI DISCUSSES DELTA & LANDS’ END | WI IDEA RIVER TOUR | PROMEGA ART VIDEO Dr. Majid Sarmadi Interviewed on WPR on Lands’ End – Delta Airlines Law Suit Dr. Majid Sarmadi spoke on WPR on the Delta lawsuit against Land’s End. “Consumers want many different properties from our products that they don’t have naturally: […]