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Award Management

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 […]

Policies & Compliance

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. […]

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Budget and Proposal Development

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 […]

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SoHE News and Events: July 5-11

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, […]

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IA Admission & Information

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 […]

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SoHE News and Events: June 7-13

ANGUS EXHIBIT | SOHE STUDENT INTERNSHIP Angus’ New Exhibit at the Florence Griswold Museum Design Studies Professor Jennifer Angus’ exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum was featured in Ink Magazine. Angus’ exhibit is one of four at the museum under the theme Fragile Earth; The Naturist Impulse in Contemporary Art, where all the artists create […]

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Understanding Poverty: Getting Beyond Just Dollars and Cents

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.

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Q&A with Visiting Scholar Stefanos Mastrotheodoros

Stefanos Mastrotheodoros is a visiting scholar from the Utrecht Centre for Child and Adolescent Studies at Utrecht University, in the Netherlands. He is spending spring 2019 working with Dr. Lauren Papp in the Center for Child and Family Well-being and the department of Human Development and Family Studies. The SoHE connection What attracted you to […]

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Giving SoHE Students Career Ready Coursework

For the past few years, our Student Academic Affairs and Career Development office has been hard at work on new ways to help prepare students for careers post-graduation, including enhancements to core coursework. Three students who have completed the new curriculum requirements share how the School of Human Ecology is helping them reach their dream […]

Bill Antonie

Human Ecologist for Life: Bill Antonie

Bill Antonie (Consumer Science ’90) is the owner of The Curve in Madison, WI. “It’s all about relationships and how you treat people” Antonie grew up in the restaurant business and took over running The Curve from his parents after he graduated, then purchased the family business when his dad died in 1998. The Curve […]

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Brianna Gambetti

Title/Department: MS/PhD Student, Human Development and Family Studies Office Address: Nancy Nicolas Hall Room 4127 Office Hours: Phone Number: Email: gambetti@wisc.edu  Biography Brianna’s research interests include investigating methods for improving quality of life for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). She is currently looking at how lifestyle factors such as sleep quality may influence […]

Puppet Gloves for Textile Tuesday

Textile Tuesday: Finger Puppet Gloves

Puppet Glove, Denmark, 1968, 8 in. x 8 in. Alissa Donovan is a 3rd-year student in the School of Human Ecology, studying Textiles and Fashion Design. Textiles enrich our daily lives in many ways, and have been doing so since the beginning of civilization. Textiles have served as protection, beauty, practicality, and art. Possibly the […]

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Interior Architecture Student a Semifinalist in Major Competition

The Steelcase NEXT competition focuses on innovative designs to create the NEXT workplace of the future. This year’s project client was a real estate development firm in need of a design for their new Denver office. Over 900 students participated in the competition all over the country, and from them 140 projects from 70 universities […]

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Textile Tuesday: Chrysanthemum Print

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 […]

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2019 Collectors Symposium

A Collection that Counts: The History, Practice, and Future of Textile Collecting This symposium was held Saturday April 6 2019. “A Collection that counts brings knowledge, a losing of self in the sorting and arranging, a huge enjoyment in showing the collection, and the acquiring of many new friends both in making and showing of […]