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Day of the Badger Success – Thanks to You!

Collage of 6 photos of Human Ecology students smiling at the camera holding signs that say Thank you!

You made it happen! Thank you for sharing your pride and supporting Human Ecology during #DayOfTheBadger

More than 140 people donated, collectively giving over $29,000 to our school. A special thanks to Tony Hallada (consumer science, ’89) for creating an exciting challenge!

Every gift can help students excel by opening doors to high-impact experiences inside and outside the classroom. 

The work we do at Human Ecology is appreciated by many people. Here are a few of the lovely notes we received during Day of the Badger:

  • “Our daughter getting into the School of Human Ecology has been such a blessing and the best fit for her. We could not be prouder of all her hard work. Thank you to everyone at SoHE!” –  (parent)
  • “We are happy to support the SoHE initiatives around internship experiences and related programs.” – Eric (Consumer Science, ’00)
  • “I am grateful to the School of Human Ecology for allowing me to tailor my major to my personal interests.” – Ben (Consumer Affairs, ’14)
  • “I love the School of Human Ecology because it allowed me to have a small school experience at a large university.” – Haylee (Human Development and Family Studies, ’15)

Watch this video, where alumni Ben & Haylee share their enthusiasm for Human Ecology:

Through the collective power of giving, we can ensure a degree from the School of Human Ecology is an option for any student.

On, Wisconsin!