Read about the fascinating careers and experiences of alumni of the Energy Analysis & Policy (EAP) certificate program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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Emma Heins is a graduate student in EAP and the La Follette School of Public Affairs, where she is studying environmental policy with a focus in public health outcomes in low income communities. Emma serves as the At-Large Graduate Student Representative on UW–Madison's Sustainability Advisory Council, helping to shape the future of campus's advancements on sustainability.
Through generous gifts from Wes & Ankie Foell and Summerdale, Inc., the Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) program is pleased to offer scholarships for new students enrolling in EAP. Up to 11 scholarships of $2,500 each will be awarded to prospective, incoming, or current graduate students who enroll in the EAP program in 2021.
For atmospheric scientist Tracey Holloway, it’s all about connection. Connections between research and policy, connections between air quality and health, and interpersonal connections have driven Holloway, a professor in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, throughout her career.
Professor Tracey Holloway and EAP student Clara Jackson found Madison Gas and Electric’s goal of reaching net-zero carbon electricity by 2050 was in line with efforts to limit the average increase in global temperature to 1.5°C.
Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) is graduate certificate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison that prepares students to become leaders in industry, government, consulting, non-profits, and other roles in the energy field.