Kasey Keeler, Assistant Professor of Civil Society & Community Studies and American Indian Studies, is leading an interdisciplinary community-engaged project, “Mapping Dejope: Indigenous Histories and Presence in Madison,” which will collect histories from UW and …
Major: Community & Nonprofit Leadership Saran Ouk first heard about the School of Human Ecology’s Community & Nonprofit Leadership program from a colleague in her first career at a credit union. As someone who’s received …
The newly minted SoHE MS alum was hired last month by the DC-based global crowdfunding organization for her skills and experience in transformative nonprofit operations.
Several Human Ecology faculty have earned promotions in their departments, and we bid farewell to several retiring faculty.
Recently, the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (“the CommNS”) hosted two live, virtual conversations on the topic “Sustained Engagement for Racial Justice.” The events featured local and national leaders as panelists and drew hundreds of attendees for the live conversation.
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.
Coursework equips emerging and established change agents with the skills to expand their impact.
Congratulations to Danielle Wendricks (CNPL) and Nina Sugaya (IA)! Their projects, two of just nine awarded this year, will address local hunger relief and biomass energy production in Kenya.
Tina Marshalek, a Community and Nonprofit Leadership major, has been named one of just 62 Truman Scholars across the U.S. The award supports graduate study for college juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to “making a difference” through public service.
Congratulations to Fenaba Addo, Carolee Dodge Francis, and Marianne Fairbanks!