Tag Archives: Prenatal to Five

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SoHE News & Stories: June 8 – June 15

Check out what’s happening at SoHE – just an average week in Nancy Nicholas Hall! Assistant Professor Litzelman Receives Baldwin Mini-Grant Assistant Professor Kristin Litzelman was selected to receive one of ten mini-grants from the Baldwin endowment. This competitive grant program aims to encourage innovation and experimentation in small-scale projects. Litzelman was awarded the grant […]

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Prenatal to Five

The Prenatal to Five initiative focuses on the earliest times in a child’s life, looking for ways we can enhance proper brain development and work to improve the quality of life in our state and our nation. SoHE is driven to create a unique, innovative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary approach to teaching, researching, and engagement in […]

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Planning A Statewide Prenatal to Five Initiative

The Center for Child and Family Well-Being at the UW-Madison School of Human Ecology, in collaboration with the UW-Madison School of Education, the College of Letters and Science, and School of Medicine and Public Health, UW System and Extension colleagues, and statewide community partners, is currently in the planning phases of an exciting statewide “Prenatal […]

Center for Child & Family Well-Being

The Center for Child and Family Well-being (CCFW) has been retired as of February 2021. Please see the ongoing work of one of its programs, the Prenatal to Five (P25) Initiative, housed within the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies. For more information or to access archived resources from CCFW, please contact Deb Olson, Executive […]