Industry Assistant Professor
Alice Reznickova earned a B.A. in Chemistry from Smith College, M.S. in Chemistry and Ph.D. in Environment & Resources both from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Her research and teaching interests lie at the intersections of human and environmental systems and include human behaviors and urban sustainability.
Alice's research investigates urban food systems, specifically how innovations in food production and distribution address food insecurity. Her second line of research revolves around effective sustainability education, sustainability competencies, and long-term impacts of sustainability learning.
Alice teaches undergraduate courses in general environmental studies and sustainability at the intersection of natural and social sciences. Her topic-focused courses include urban food security, climate change, and others.