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The School of Human Ecology is "Science-Based. Human-Focused." The administration are committed to helping our society survive and thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic.


7 Ideas from the School of Human Ecology for Responding to COVID-19

Navigating Friendships and Relationships During the Pandemic 

CNS Connect Webinar Recording: UT Lab School Resources for Parents

Parents and caregivers are now balancing work from home, teaching and online learning. In this one-hour webinar HDFS Assistant Professor Lara Pauley shares helpful resources from the Priscilla Pond Flawn Child & Family Lab regarding family, learning at home, and life with children.

COVID-19 Resources for Families from the Priscilla Pond Flawn Child & Family Lab School


CNS Connect Webinar Recording: Maintaining Household Relationships & Overcoming Conflict In Quarantine

HDFS Faculty Marci Gleason, Lisa Neff, and Hannah Williamson, discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on family relationships and relationships in transition during this one-hour webinar. 

CNS Connect Webinar Recording: Multi-Generational Ties During COVID-19

In this one-hour webinar HDFS Professor Karen Fingerman discusses the impacts of cohabitating among parents, young adults, and isolation among older adults. 

COVID-19 Resources Regarding Older Adults from the Texas Aging & Longevity Center

CNS Connect Webinar: Nutrition, the Immune System, & Brain Health

This one-hour webinar features Nutritional Sciences faculty Molly Bray and Chris Jolly with nutritional tips to keep your body and mind healthy and strong.

 UT Nutrition Institute: Healthy Eating During COVID-19

UTNI shares 5 tips to cooking healthy at home to boost your immune system and how to reframe struggles to make positive associations with healthy, nutritious foods.