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A highlight of UW-Madison's School of Human Ecology events and news for alumni.

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Hallada Returns to SoHE as Keynote Speaker

“I am happiest when I am helping people," says alumnus Tony Hallada (’89). "I have a passion for my school and this university—and for giving back”  Hallada returns to UW-Madison on March 12 to launch the new Financial Services Leadership Symposium. The CEO of CliftonLarsonAllen Wealth Advisors will discuss his career, industry insights, advice for students, and more.

Where Are YOU Now?

Announcing a new SoHE social media project, Where Are They Now Wednesdays—featuring YOU, our alumni! Click through to our online form to tell us about your career path, UW-Madison memories and so much more. We'll use your input to inspire current students. And, to find out where fellow alums are now, "Like" SoHE on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Alumna Presents at CCFWB Seminar 

"It's fun to relate back to what I learned here and to bring back my work from Minnesota," stated Rebecca Shlafer Nealy during her March 5 presentation Birth Support for Incarcerated Women. The SoHE alumna and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Minnesota returned to SoHE as part of the Center for Child and Family Well-Being’s seminar series.

Shout Out! to Our Young Alumni Annual Donors

Last year, 48 young SOHE alumni raised close to $7,500 in support of the School of Human Ecology. Thank you to all of our amazing supporters!

Check out our online 2014 Honor Roll and learn how these generous donations helped to give back to the School of Human Ecology and how you can donate to earn a spot on our honor roll.

Spotlight: Alumna Kari Temkin '09

Read our latest alumni blog, featuring SoHE grad Kari Temkins ('09). Through a short Q&A she discusses her Community and Nonprofit Leadership undergraduate experience, her dedication to volunteering and how her unexpected career path has brought her full circle and back to the UW-Madison campus.

On Wisconsin Covers Course with Global Impact

A design studies course that brings together SoHE students and global artisans is featured in the latest issue of On Wisconsin magazine. DS 501 is the source of this successful partnership, which includes input from consumer science students who helped bring jewelry, accessories and other products to Robin’s Nest Café.
 

21 Questions with Dean Shim

What time does Soyeon Shim get up for work? What does she like on her pizza? What makes her a human ecologist? Find out the answers to these probing questions and more in our latest SoHE 21 Questions featuring Shim and SoHE Retailing senior Ellen Keesey. And stay tuned for more videos featuring students asking alumni, faculty and staff!

Map Out the 2015 Alumni Gatherings

Once again, UW-Madison alumni events are hitting the road. You're invited to meet up with with SoHE alums during a Bay Area reception on March 26. Or, connect with fellow Badgers during 2015 Wisconsin Idea events happening in Milwaukee on June 11, New York on September 24, and back in Madison on October 15.

2015 Wisconsin Ideas Event Dates and Locations

March 5 – Naples | June 11 – Milwaukee | September 24 – New York | October 15 – Madison

- See more at: http://www.uwalumni.com/events/ideas/#sthash.LVVPAeVy.dpuf

2015 Wisconsin Ideas Event Dates and Locations

March 5 – Naples | June 11 – Milwaukee | September 24 – New York | October 15 – Madison

- See more at: http://www.uwalumni.com/events/ideas/#sthash.LVVPAeVy.dpuf

2015 Wisconsin Ideas Event Dates and Locations

March 5 – Naples | June 11 – Milwaukee | September 24 – New York | October 15 – Madison

- See more at: http://www.uwalumni.com/events/ideas/#sthash.LVVPAeVy.dpuf

2015 Wisconsin Ideas Event Dates and Locations

March 5 – Naples | June 11 – Milwaukee | September 24 – New York | October 15 – Madison

- See more at: http://www.uwalumni.com/events/ideas/#sthash.LVVPAeVy.dpuf

Christens to Lead Obesity Prevention Study

Associate Professor Brian Christens is seeking solutions to the Badger state’s obesity problem as part of a School of Medicine and Public Health program. Christens will lead the $1.1 million grant from the Oversight and Advisory Committee as part of the campus-wide collaboration. Read more about this important partnership on the SoHE blog.
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