Funding from the Kemper K. Knapp Bequest is supporting student interns with stipends to conduct projects that address Madison priorities.
For the second year, Wisconsin School of Business students analyzed city of Madison plans and connected them with Sustainable Development Goals.
The Badger Herald | Ava McNarney | Dec. 14, 2022
Matthew Mitnick ‘21 worked with the City of Madison during his final semester to develop health and safety goals, strategies, and actions that were adopted a year later into the city’s Performance Excellence Framework.
Wisconsin State Journal | Kimberly Wethal | Dec. 3, 2022
With support from UniverCity Alliance, Professor Yongheng Deng’s Urban and Regional Economics course partnered with the City of Madison during Fall 2022. Students will present their findings at a poster session on Dec. 14.
Three University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate students are working with climatologist Larry Kalkstein on a new tool that would alert communities to dangerous heat levels.
With support from UniverCity Alliance, Professor Yongheng Deng partnered with the City of Madison to localize sustainability issues.
UW-Madison faculty and students are working together to achieve sustainability priorities by linking local plans to global goals through a partnership that connects two schools on campus with the City of Madison.
Professor Yongheng Deng is partnering with the City of Madison with support from the UniverCity Alliance to study and evaluate sustainable strategies and actions within the city’s Imagine Madison comprehensive plan. “Our goal for this …