Giving to EAP in 2020

The Energy Analysis and Policy graduate certificate is the only energy-related graduate certificate at UW-Madison. Students add this certification to their current graduate program to expand their expertise without adding time or cost to their UW degree. EAP students develop skills that help them succeed in careers in one of the world’s most important sectors: energy. Energy makes so much in our world possible, and our students can make energy advancement possible.

Thank you for celebrating EAP’s 40th anniversary with a gift to the program! Your support of tomorrow’s energy leaders makes a transformative difference. Your gift—of any amount—benefits the students, faculty, and entire EAP program.

Below are just a few ideas of the many ways you can support specific aspects of EAP that you are passionate about. If you have any thoughts or questions about EAP or the impact of your gift, please contact Engagement Coordinator Colleen Schmit or Professor Tracey Holloway. We would love to talk with you. Thank you!

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Gifts from Alumni and Friends


Up to $10K

Program fund support — e.g. faculty and staff time to direct the program

$10K to $100K

Donor-directed gifts — e.g. scholarships to support outstanding students

$100K+

Endowment support — e.g. endowed faculty and student positions

Corporate Gifts


Up to $10K

Event and program sponsorship — e.g. online presentations with world-class speakers

$10K+

Research funds — e.g. climate data applications for infrastructure and planning

Photo by Jeff Miller / UW–Madison

The EAP program is part of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, partnered with the Wisconsin Energy Institute