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During the 2020-21 school year, students from the one-year Wisconsin Business School’s Arts and Creative Enterprise Leadership program executed a meaningful consulting capstone project with the City of Wisconsin Rapids. In partnership with UniverCity Year (UCY), students collaborated to help develop a framework to help the city enhance cultural initiatives.
The City of Wisconsin Rapids recently underwent an assessment of branding, marketing, economic development, and the arts through a partnership with UniverCity Year and the Wisconsin Business School’s Arts and Creative Enterprise Leadership program course, Management and Human Resources 746/747: Impact Consulting for Arts-Based Organizations and Communities.
A rich arts and cultural scene offers the community something to gather around and enjoy while showcasing diversity and talent within the community; which is just one of the reasons that the City of Wisconsin Rapids partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Madison UniverCity Year program to expand arts and cultural offerings.
Promoting community vibrancy and revitalization through the expansion of arts and cultural experiences is the goal of a recent partnership between Wisconsin Rapids and the University of Wisconsin-Madison UniverCity Year program.
The Global Health Institute (GHI) Planetary Scholars program has chosen a cohort of five students as scholarship recipients for the ’21-’22 school year, two of which are Nelson Institute students.
According to a new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research (CCR), crop yields are being impacted by exposure to surface ozone, atmospheric aerosols, and heat stress.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will continue its role as a regional leader in climate change research thanks in part to an extension in funding that will support UW-Madison as it joins the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments (GLISA).
Nelson Institute graduate student and University of Wisconsin-Madison alumnus, Chris Caldwell has been named the third President of the College of Menominee Nation.
Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) scientist Tyler Lark is sharing his research into grassland ecosystems through a variety of publications and presentations.
Understanding the role that venture capitalist investors play in funding climate-tech startups is just one of the goals of a new, two-year research project being led by Nelson Institute affiliate, and La Follette School of …
From combatting fast fashion to preventing food waste, undergraduate student Katie Hayes has put her sustainability certificate and consumer behavior major to work.