Wisconsin School of Business students won a sustainability award at the Bucky’s Award Ceremony Sunday evening.
Daily Cardinal Action Project: College Accessibility
In this three-part series, The Daily Cardinal staff members will produce issues centered on one special topic not normally covered through day-to-day reporting. This installment focuses on college accessibility.
Connecting through capstones
Students on college campuses often find themselves facing a paradox. While they are in an environment that provides endless resources and knowledge, they can also become lost in an academic version of reality.
Grad student research recognized in Japan
December 15, 2015 | by Sarah Olson University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate student Eleanor Bloom presented her research on sustainable systems for residential heating and cooling at a conference last month in Kashiwa, Japan, where she earned second …
2015: A year in review
With the new year right around the corner, we wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on the many ways sustainability is shaping the UW–Madison campus and experience.
‘Conscious capitalist’ puts sustainability into practice
December 8, 2015 | by Sarah Olson University of Wisconsin–Madison senior Alana McKeever (left) has worked for the nut butter company Yumbutter since fall 2014. Creamy or crunchy, peanut butter is more than just sustenance …
Climate Quest winner announced
by Jill Sakai MIGHTi (Mission to Improve Global Health Through Insects) is the winner of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Climate Quest competition, sponsored by American Family Insurance and Madison Gas and Electric.
Second Sustainability Lunch HOUR highlights campus receipt reduction and waste management and conservation policy
April 14, 2014 | by Sarah Olson The Wisconsin Union and University Housing could save more than $700,000 combined if they stopped printing individual transaction receipts for the next 15 years, according to research presented …