This week’s research recap includes SoHE’s new Research Support webpages. Also included are a reminder about the Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline and new proposal calls from UW ICTR Pilot Awards program and The Retirement Research Foundation.
This week’s research recap has information about the upcoming Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline, and proposal calls from the Gates Foundation and Russell Sage Foundation. Training events include an IRB workshop and the Researcher Regulatory Fair.
Funding Opportunities UW Office of the Provost: Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Pre-Proposals are due November 11, 2019. SoHE faculty planning to submit a pre-proposal are asked to notify Sarah Marcotte, SoHE pre-award research administrator, by November 1, 2019, for planning purposes. Sarah can also pre-review the budget and provide non-technical/compliance review of the pre-proposal. Russell Sage […]
Post-Award Administration Contact Andrea Plassman, Post-Award Research Administrator You Got the Award! – Now What? Congrats! You rocked your proposal and now you have funds coming in. The first, next step is to arrange a meeting with Andrea to go over what administration will be needed to assist you in successfully carrying out your research […]
Policy News and Guidance Updates Federal agency guidance regarding disclosures of Other Support – https://www.rsp.wisc.edu/other-support-information.cfm – updated September 11, 2019 Foreign influence in research in higher education – https://www.rsp.wisc.edu/foreign-influence/ – updated August 28, 2019 NIH, AHRQ, and CDC are instituting a new requirement for Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) identifiers, effective October 1, 2019. […]
Current Funding Opportunities Find the current list of funding opportunities as posted to the weekly blog “Research funding opps, news & info.” SoHE Funding Opportunities The following opportunities are available to SoHE faculty, staff and/or graduate students. These opportunities are handled as internal competitions and are coordinated by the Associate Dean for Research or the […]
As you prepare to work on your proposal, be sure to review the Basics of Research Administration for Principal Investigators which summarizes the roles and responsibilities of the PI, research administrators, and Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP), the office on our campus responsible for submitting proposals on behalf of a researcher. Once you’ve identified a […]
The Interior Architecture program at UW-Madison is a selective admission program with a sequence of Phase 1 and Phase 2 required courses. Prospective students must complete Phase 1 courses to be eligible to apply for admission into Phase 2 of the program. The number of students accepted into Phase 2 of the program is limited […]
A new book by SoHE professor Sarah Halpern-Meekin proposes the idea of “social poverty” as a key factor in people’s well-being and decisions.
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 its 11th year recognizes women of color who are, “deeply rooted in both the campus and the Madison community through their […]
Members of the Madison Knitting Guild gathered in the Robin’s Nest Cafe on Thursday evening, February 28th, to lead a knit-in, where members of the SoHE community could learn to knit. More than 50 people – students, administrators, colleagues, amateur and expert knitters -came together on a cold night to practice one of the world’s […]
Futon Cover Fragment, Japan, 1868-1912, 14×13 in By Sophie Downs, a fourth year student in SoHE, studying Textiles and Fashion Design. This floral piece of cloth is a futon cover fragment from Japan from the turn of the twentieth century. A futon (pronounced fu-tone not fu-tan) is a Japanese style of bed that is essentially […]
Kirkorian Quoted on WRMZ | Halpern-Meeking on WPR | Vivian Empowers Communities to Overpower Diabetes Kirkorian on Children and Interactive Media Heather Kirkorian, PhD, was recently quoted in an interview by a WFMZ, a Pennsylvania and New Jersey news outlet. The article cites her research that determines if 2-year-olds learn best from interactive digital media. […]
Dr. Sarah Anne Carter has accepted a two-year position as Visiting Executive Director of the Center for Design and Material Culture (CDMC) and Visiting Assistant Professor in Design Studies in the School of Human Ecology. Effective March 1 2019 Dr. Carter will begin working part time, on loan from the Chipstone Foundation until the position […]
SoHE is dedicated to academic excellence and graduating strong human ecologists who will make a positive impact on the world through their degrees. The goal of SoHE’s Student Academic Affairs & Career Development Office is that our students graduate not only with a high-quality education from UW-Madison, but also ready to start their dream careers. […]
The global fashion and retail industry just received another strong message from the heartland: The University of Wisconsin–Madison continues to be a go-to place for up-and-coming talent. Extending a long winning streak, UW–Madison students again cleaned up in a prestigious national competition sponsored each year by the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund. The New York-based awards are […]
Yolanda Jenkins, chair of the School of Human Ecology Board of Visitors (BoV), was honored for her thoughtful leadership and dedicated service during the annual fall meeting of the BoV. Since joining the board of visitors in 2012, Jenkins has held a variety of positions and led teams aimed at improving the work and effort […]
The new Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery provides a space dedicated to year-round, rotating displays of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, making the collection even more accessible to the public. The opening of the gallery on January 27 2019 launched a yearlong anniversary celebration. For 50 years, this nationally-known collection has inspired and informed thousands […]
A Celebration Sampler January 27 – April 14, 2019 Appliqué to Zardozi: A Celebration Sampler, is the first of two major anniversary exhibitions celebrating the breadth and depth of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, and featuring an international selection of textile-making techniques. The exhibition’s subtitle, A Celebration Sampler, references historic hand-embroidered samplers traditionally made by […]
A new initiative at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will seek to improve the experience of American Indian and Alaskan Native students by hosting Native elders on campus for extended visits and educational exchanges. The inaugural participant will be Ada Deer, a nationally recognized social worker, community organizer, political leader and champion of Indian rights. Deer […]
The Native American Nations of the United States, and those of Wisconsin, have demonstrated marked resilience over several decades. In a rapidly changing world, they also face complex contemporary challenges that need attention. SoHE, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Extension and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and others, continues to work closely […]
Ruth Ketterer Harris Lecture Thursday, November 1, 2018 7 – 8 pm, Room 2235 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive, Madison The Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection is pleased to host Prof. Marina Moskowitz as its 2018 Ruth Ketterer Harris Lecturer. Prof. Marina Moskowitz is the Lynn and Gary Mecklenburg Chair in Textiles, Material Culture, […]
Foundations: An Introduction to the Design Studies IA Program June 18 – August 2, 2019 The Interior Architecture Program is structured on a foundation emphasizing the process and communication of design, as well as the final product. The four-year professional program is accredited by the Council of Interior Design. Students learn to integrate the art of […]