The Federal Reserve has boosted interest rates by 0.75%. Associate professor and department chair at UW-Madison’s School of Human Ecology Cliff Robb explains the outcomes.
Native American land is sacred among indigenous peoples. As a land acknowledgment statement is issued in Minnesota, School of Human Ecology associate professor Kasey Keeler calls for action, not empty words.
Dr. Kristin Litzelman researches the effects of sociocultural factors on caregiving and the potential burdens.
Dr. Alvin Thomas, with support from UW–Madison’s School of Human Ecology and UW Extension, is pleased to announce the debut of the Black Fatherhood Podcast, which aims to educate, validate and elevate Black Fatherhood to …
UW–Madison’s School of Human Ecology Hosts Inaugural Equity & Justice Summer Institute The diverse areas of study within Human Ecology have long intersected in a shared focus on improving opportunities and experiences for youth and …
Mallory VanMeeter talks about the relationships between homeless youths and their adult hosts, and the effects this has on stability.
Anny Ortiz discusses research considering the use of naturalistic psychedelics in therapeutic treatment, and addresses possible pharmaceutical inequalities.
Recent graduate from the School of Human Ecology, Henry Obeng, is recognized for his exceptional artistic capabilities and his academic accomplishments.
Teaching faculty Christine Whelan offers perspective on the controversial proposal of the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
Professor Nancy Wong discusses Ford’s new electric pickup truck and how this groundbreaking vehicle could attract every type of customer.