The school honored 47 outstanding master’s degree graduates, grew its undergraduate course enrollment to more than 700 students, and continued to act as a convener of thoughtful debate.
Recent updates about La Follette School alumni.
Working in teams, students produce research-based, analytical, evaluative, and prescriptive reports for clients.
This fall, the La Follette School welcomes 40 Master of Public Affairs (MPA) and 13 Master of International Public Affairs (MIPA) students.
Four UW–Madison faculty members discussed the ways that rapidly rising costs impact students’ lives during a September Cap Times Idea Fest session at Chadbourne Hall.
Author of “The Signal and the Noise,” Silver takes a unique approach to data-driven, probabilistic thinking that allows him to analyze polling data in innovative ways.
A bipartisan group of 17 staff members participated in the four-day graduate-level course, designed to provide a foundational understanding of public policy analysis and public management.
David Nelson, longtime La Follette School adjunct instructor and friend of the school, passed away on July 22.
“I dealt with local government issues and legislation. Included in my duties was conducting a criminal justice audit on advocacy being made in relation to mass incarceration.”
“My internship was in the external relations fundraising division, focusing on working with youth villages (boarding schools) across Israel and getting them the funding, support, and resources they needed. I wrote proposals and reports about different aspects of the youth villages that needed improvements and worked with different federations to fund these projects.”