Program Manager, Historic and Cultural Resources
Facilities Planning and Management | Campus Planning and Landscape Architecture
Daniel works on the UW-Madison campus helping to manage historic buildings, archaeological sites and the public art collection. He has a keen interest in the cultural landscape-the interaction of people and the land.
An exploration of Muir’s life in Wisconsin, and his time in Madison while attending the University of Wisconsin.
Trace the landscape transitions from military encampment to veterans memorial. Learn about the parks cannons, memorial arch, and peculiar guardhouse.
An exploration of the university’s most significant national historic landmark buildings: North Hall, Red Gym, Science Hall and the Dairy Barn.
The Brittingham family has made a lasting mark on Madison and Wisconsin–from city and state parks, to the Lincoln statue on the UW-Madison campus to a world class art museum, to cutting edge research support that brought us Warfarin and break-through cancer treatments.