Civil Society and Community Research PhD student Troy Malcolm Williams shares research-based recommendations grounded in a human ecology framework for corporate entities seeking to honor their anti-racist values statements.
Dean Shim, on behalf of the School of Human Ecology at UW–Madison, addresses students directly on recent police violence against Black Americans and resulting uprisings nationwide.
Maria Amalia Wood!! Congratulations to Maria, a design graduate student in SoHE, who has been awarded the first ever EcoWell Idea to Action Fellowship. The EcoWell Idea to Action Fellowship received applications from both undergraduate and graduate students from all four departments. Each idea that was submitted was innovative and was focused on creating a […]
The One SoHE Dialogue on Self-Care and Social Justice held last Friday October 28th was a historic event for our school and kudos to our SoHE student facilitators Daria Powell and Emma Cox for facilitating the dialogue! This was a significant dialogue for our school and it was meaningful to have representation and voice from SoHE undergrads, […]
Friday, April 8 EcoWell Science Cafe@SoHE On the menu this week: Consuming Happiness: Christine Whelan Weekly interactive workshops led by an eclectic group of presenters blending the science and practice around topics related to well-being and social justice 12:10pm – 12:55pm Room 2211 Questions? Contact email@example.com Please bring your own lunch Upcoming menu items […]
This is Where You Belong At the School of Human Ecology, we combine science, creativity, and curiosity to formulate new solutions to some of life’s oldest problems. Our dedication to academic excellence is matched by a strong sense of leadership, service, and enthusiasm for making the world a better place. Above all, we understand that […]