Tracey Holloway

climate scientist, University of Wisconsin and NASA team leader

Tracey Holloway is the Jeff Rudd and Jeanne Bissell Professor of Energy Analysis and Policy at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, jointly appointed by the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.

She works at the intersection of air quality, energy, climate, and public health. Dr. Holloway has been recognized as a member of the National Academy of Medicine, as a recipient of the Ascent Award from the American Geophysical Union Atmospheric Sciences Section, with multiple awards for science outreach, diversity, and mentoring. She serves as the two-time Leader of the NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, which connects NASA data with stakeholder interests in air quality management and public health. She chairs the Energy Analysis and Policy graduate certificate at UW-Madison.

Dr. Holloway holds an Sc.B. with honors in Applied Mathematics from Brown University, a Ph.D. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from Princeton University, and a graduate certificate in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy from Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.

Tracey Holloway

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