The University of Wisconsin–Madison strives to be a living model for sustainability by exemplifying values and actions that demonstrate our commitment to stewardship of resources, respect for place, and the health and well-being of the broader community, now and for the future.
Sustainability Across Campus
In our In Case You Missed It series (also known as ICYMI), students working at the Office of Sustainability offer reflective reports on sustainability-related events and lectures at UW–Madison. The following entry is by Natalie …
The federal education department cited the university’s “deep legacy of environmental stewardship” and said it remains “a leader in environment- and sustainability-related research, education, and operations.”
Andrea Hicks named interim director of Sustainability Education and Research for the Office of Sustainability
Nelson Institute affiliate and assistant professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Andrea Hicks has joined the Office of Sustainability as the interim Director of Sustainability Education and Research, following the retirement of the previous director …