Exterior of Nancy Nicholas Hall in the evening, with lamps and windows glowing.
News & Events

SoHE News and Events: August 3-9

SoHE Named Best Building to Have Class In

SoHE Bathroom First FloorBadger Herald released an timely article for SOAR students on the best and worst buildings to have classes in. Ranked amongst other fan favorites like Science Hall and Grainger, SoHE topped the list with the help of newer classrooms and, of course, the Nature Calls first-floor bathrooms.

Kallenborn Opens Art Installation in Oaxaca, Mexico

Shot of Kellenborn art installationTFD Associate Professor Carolyn Kallenborn opened her art installation last Friday night at the Museo Rufino Tamayo, Oaxaca, Mexico’s predominant Pre-Columbian art museum. “My mixed media installation, Flores Y Cantos, combines projections, textiles and found objects to make connections between the past and the present and asks visitors to think about the future,” states Kellenborn.


How Husbands and Wives Handle Money: Papp

Lauren PappWe’ve all heard the phrase “keeping up with the Joneses” but what does that mean when husbands and wives disagree about the money that requires? Professor Lauren Papp recently interviewed by the popular website “Fatherly” for this article titled “Angry Money: Why Successful (But Not Rich) American Families Fight the Most”.


Thorleifsdottir on Our Need to be Near Water

Kristin ThorMadison’s lakes hold a special place in all our hearts. Associate Professor Kristin Thorleifsdottir, who specializes in designing ways to increase human contact with nature, was recently quoted in an WiscNews article. Thorleifsdottir speaks on the effect water has on us and how the lakes play a big role in every Madisonian’s life.