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Three Human Ecology students featured as exceptional graduates of winter 2021

UW–Madison highlighted 10 outstanding members of the Class of Winter 2021, three of whom are Human Ecology students. We are proud that they are graduating as human ecologists!

Albert Elston, a personal finance major, co-founded ImpactVC, UW–Madison’s Venture Capital Club. You can read Human Ecology’s story about his internship experience here.

Human Development and Family Studies major Connor Raboine advocates for food justice with energy and creativity on campus, including co-founding the UW Food Justice Collective. Read this story celebrating him winning the Bascom Hill Society Scholarship in 2020.

Nashalee Rodriguez, a Human Development and Family Studies student and spoken word artist, applies what she learns in the classroom to promote community awareness around mental health.

Read Albert, Connor, and Nashalee’s stories and meet other outstanding graduates here.