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The School of Human Ecology is UW-Madison's hub for applied sciences that address issues impacting individuals, families, communities & the marketplace.
“Human ecology” is defined as the relationship between humans and their natural, social, and built environments. As understood and practiced by the School of Human Ecology (SoHE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, it is forward-thinking across boundaries to help people solve real world problems.
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Get out your yoga mats and get ready to celebrate the end of Harmonious Spaces: Wei Dong and Feng Shui Culture by participating in the Singing Bowl Meditation in the Ruth Davis Design Gallery. Space in the Gallery is limited so make sure to RSVP at the link below to reserve your spot! https://sohe.wisc.edu/events/singing-bowl-meditation
Read more about The Evjue Foundation, which donated $10,000 toward a SoHE program to connect low-income families with health insurance coverage and many other important causes. Thank you, Evjue!
SoHE is sad to hear of the passing of textile science Emeritus Professor Manfred Wentz. He made an impact on the lives of his students and the community as a whole. We send our sincerest condolences to Professor Wentz's family and friends. A former student shared a few words with us, "Dr. Manfred Wentz was a textile science professor in FRCS from about 1974 - 1985. I had him as an instructor and I worked professionally with him on various projects over the past three decades (professional societies, international standards, and projects trying to find alternative cleaning technologies to replace PERC a dry cleaning fluid). He was a very smart man, direct, to the point, and got things done. He was born and educated in Germany (Holstein Institute). He eventually came to the US and received a PH.D. from North Carolina State University. He inspired his students, was a dynamic instructor, and was there to offer lots of guidance to those considering graduate school. He was a very good man. He also taught me all of the processes and chemicals used to make German pretzels.:-) Manfred is another great example of the faculty at the UW; and the students at FRCS were fortunate to have him as their professor." http://brown-wynne-cary.tributes.com/dignitymemorial/obituary/Manfred-Wentz-103660323
It's not Thursday, but a great '80s throwback!
Can you believe we have over 100 SoHE alumni working on the uW-Madison campus? We invited all our campus alums back to SoHE to celebrate summer, see the new Nancy Nicholas Hall, enjoy the 3rd floor terrace on an amazing spring day, and learn about all the exciting projects and invitiatives happening at SoHE. Thanks for coming - we hope to see even more familiar faces next year!
How does technology effect kids and parents? Read more with input from SoHE's Assistant Professor and researcher Heather Kirkorian.
Professor Marianne Fairbanks solar weavings work will be featured at Chicago's Dock 6 Collective this Saturday!
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Are you a big Apprentice fan? Check out how Executive Director Jerry O'Brian of Kohl's Center for Retailing had the opportunity to meet season one winner, Bill Rancic, a few weeks back at the Retail Marketing and Merchandising Conference!
College can be an extremely stressful time where many young adults can lose their way. Find your purpose by purchasing The Big Picture by Christine Whelan, a clinical professor for Consumer Science who strives to help those in society through self-help publications and teachings. For more information, click here: http://www.christinewhelan.com/books/
Please remember the exhibit welcomes all to come celebrate Masters of Science Candidate Carolyn Jenkinson as she traces the history of Oaxaca through the historical stages of the ancient garments. Today, indigenous women still use the same weaving methods as a source of creative expression and economic necessity.
We can't wait to see you in class here at Nancy Nicholas Hall, Coach Granato! #badgerhockey http://www.wkow.com/story/32029565/2016/05/20/granato-headed-back-to-school-at-wisconsin
Looking to give back this summer? Here's your chance to register for UW-Madison's largest volunteer program. Join a Badger Volunteers team this summer and get off campus to make a difference.
What's better than comedy and pizza? SoHE Faculty Associate Michael Maguire will be lending his expertise at Young Nonprofit Professionals Network - Madison's Elevator Pitch Improv event tomorrow night. Check out the details for what's sure to be a funny evening. http://us9.campaign-archive2.com/?u=a3eccdf06a3b83a7a42dce3c7&id=23624d44eb&e=29528b397a
Are you a SoHE alum currently working on campus? We'd love to have you come on over to Nancy Nicholas Hall's rooftop for a happy hour on Wednesday, June 8! https://sohe.wisc.edu/sohesummersoiree
Congratulations to our recent graduate (as in this past weekend!), Megan Donovan!
In light of graduation this weekend we decided to create a look back for previous graduations at UW! Take a gander while you are getting ready for your own graduation or if you are dreaming of what was or what will be!
University of Wisconsin Threads Fashion Events entire runway show is now online!
Soon, students will be heading out of town. Some will return in a few months. Others are moving away for good. Madison will miss you all. For those of you staying--summer is coming, and we can't wait!
Preschoolers and tigers and deans, oh my! Part of my morning today was spent with UW School of Medicine and Public Health Dean Dr Bob Golden reading to preschoolers at the UW-Madison School of Human Ecology's Preschool Lab. It was an attentive and engaged audience! Thanks to SoHE Dean Soyeon Shim for inviting us! It was fantastic to see such a impressive facility with an equally impressive staff. (And whence tigers? The two books I chose to bring both featured tigers, Close Your Eyes by Kate Banks and Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Krause. 🐯)
Check out the fashions highlighted in this year's #UWThreads view book.
Graduating Seniors! If you've pledged to the student campaign or plan on pledging, stop into to the Senior Celebration today at Union South. Enjoy food, drink and pick up your philanthropy cord to wear at commencement . . . and get a free LinkedIn photo taken! #badgergrad https://www.facebook.com/events/1757915854452240/
Join us in congratulating SoHE alum, Jaimi Brown, for being named InBusiness's Professional of the Week! For the full article, click the link below! http://www.ibmadison.com/In-Business-Madison/May-2016/Jaimi-Brown-Hiebing/