Replay: Sustainable Kidswear Fashion Show
Everyone is welcome at Replay! This sustainable kidswear fashion show will feature outfits made by Design Studies Students and modeled by the Linden and Mineral Point preschoolers. Child and family friendly activities, games, and crafts will be featured.
Find out more about Replay here!
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About the Center
The Center for Child and Family Well-Being, established in 1990, promotes the development and well-being of individuals and families across the lifespan by advancing multidisciplinary family research and evidence-based programming and policy making. Read more.
Human Ecology Events
- 11/03 - 11/27: Evolving Landscapes: 100 Years of Change in Western China
- 12/03: Community & Nonprofit Leaders of UW-Madison: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION CONSULTING
- 12/06: Textile and Apparel Design Portfolio Show
- 12/07: Replay: Sustainable Kidswear Fashion Show
- 12/13: Interior Design Portfolio Show
- 4/26 - 5/06: Creating Calm After the Storm
- 4/26 - 5/06: Design MMoCA
Families and Well-being Seminar Series
Family Influences on Resilience in Children Born Preterm
Cynthia Burnson, M.S., Human Development and Family Studies
Date/Time: November 11, 2013
Location: Nancy Nicholas Hall, School of Human Ecology
Cynthia Burnson studies children and families at risk, particularly children of incarcerated parents and children born preterm. She is interested in social-emotional and family processes in infancy and early childhood, including attachment, self-regulation and temperament. Her work emphasizes sources of resilience within children and families.