The Energy Analysis and Policy Program (EAP) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is awarding five international graduate students with scholarships recognizing academic and professional excellence.
EAP is a graduate-level certificate that can be added to nearly any graduate program at UW.
EAP trains students in energy policy and problem-solving in the energy sector. Over nearly 40 years, graduates of the EAP program have gone on to become leaders in the energy field, through industry, government, and nonprofit work. EAP students draw from M.S. and Ph.D. programs across campus, as well as the Law School, Business School, and other programs. EAP can be added to these degrees, often with no additional time or cost. In fact, EAP students are eligible for scholarships, travel awards, and other opportunities.
As a gift from Wes and Ankie Foell, EAP is announcing a new graduate scholarship for international students completing or applying to the EAP program. Each student will be awarded $5,000 over a period of four semesters.
Among the recipients are Anke Keuser and Dorothy Lsoto, who are both pursuing a Ph.D. in Environment and Resources, David Nielsen-Franco, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry and Technology, Antara Khadria, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, and Eri Amezcua Cuellar, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering.