Giving Opportunities

EAP student April Hang (left) meets with EAP alumna Jenny Brinker (right)

You can support tomorrow’s energy leaders with a gift to the Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) program.

Your gift—of any amount—benefits our students, faculty, and program.

Larger gifts can support projects aligned with your vision for an energy future.

EAP student trip to Chicago. Left to right: Shushan Xu, Grace Choi, Adam Luthin & Rohan Rao
*Gifts may be made in installments over a 5-year period


Thank you! Every dollar makes a difference to EAP, and every new donor shows how much EAP means to our community.


Donors giving $250 or more to EAP in a year are part of the EAP Circle of Friends. The Circle of Friends will be invited to special EAP events and will be among the first to know about new program developments.

$1K – $10K

Growing EAP

Support for outreach to expand our program

Travel Awards

e.g. Field research on biogas systems in Uganda

$10K – $25K

Recruiting Students

e.g. Wes and Ankie Foell EAP Student Scholarship

Major Events

e.g. EAP’s annual student networking trip

New Class

Course for EAP and non-EAP students with expert lecturers

$50K – $100K*

Sustaining EAP

Ensuring successful infrastructure for EAP’s future

Student Funding

12-month support for a graduate student in the EAP program

$250K – $2.5M*

Endowed* Faculty Positions

e.g. Jeff Rudd and Jeanne Bissell Professorship in Energy Analysis and Policy

Endowed* Student Positions

e.g. George Bunn Distinguished Graduate Fellowship

This is just a sample of how gifts can make transformative differences to the EAP program. We would love to talk with you to find how we can support your goals. Please contact Professor Tracey Holloway at with any ideas or questions. Thank you!

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