Sarah Halpern-Meekin explains findings from new survey data on the perspectives and needs of Wisconsin families with young children.
Carte’cia Weaver (formerly Lawrence) is a senior racial equity policy analyst with Kids Forward, a Wisconsin-wide policy center.
Three La Follette graduate students developed a database to help anticipate how long it may take for new climate technologies to scale up to levels necessary to limit climate change.
William Schmitt (MIPA ’05) is the executive director of the social service agency Rooted and Rising – Washington Park.
“The most rewarding aspect of La Follette is the personal connections you can form.”
John Elliot (MPA ‘89) is the Administrator of the Division of Safety and Permanence for the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families.
Find out where our 2023 master’s degree graduates are working and where other alumni started new positions.
Opportunities across campus provide students with financial benefits, such as tuition remission, and hands-on experience.
The authors examine determinants of aggregate foreign exchange reserve holdings by central banks before observing central bank behavior.
J. Michael Collins examines new survey data to gauge Wisconsinites’ thoughts on their finances.