Sarah Halpern-Meekin is accredited as a co-author on another Kathryn Edin book It’s Not Like I’m Poor.
Alvin Thomas addresses the many roadblocks that minorities face when it comes to seeking assistance with their mental health.
Maggie Kerr and Ye Rang Park (2020 PhD graduate from the School of Human Ecology) assess the relationship between the negative emotions and emotional regulation of caregivers, as well as the importance of emotional regulation …
Judi Bartfeld mentions the importance of free school lunches for families affected by the effects of the pandemic struggles Wisconsin schools might face with budgeting.
Dr. Alvin Thomas discusses the importance of black fathers and how they are recognized. Thomas mentions the movie “King Richard” and how it depicts how mischaracterized black fathers normally are in the media and societal …
Kristin Litzelman looks into related effects on both care recipients and their caregiver depending on relationship and health condition for care recipients with depressive moods.
Carolee Dodge Francis and Troy Malcolm Williams study and uncover the multiple systems and structures involved in opioid abuse with first-hand accounts and research.
Jennifer Gaddis touches on why some food-insecure families might not accept free or reduced priced meals from the government and the stigma behind taking away universal free lunch.
Kevin Ponto finds a new way to use 3D capture and AR technologies for insurance documentation that is more cost effective.
Ember Hall is the School of Human Ecology’s newest donor recognition experience created by Experiential Design Firm ZEBRADOG, which honors the community of donors in deep gratitude and celebration of what we can accomplish to …