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.
We all have our niche, and La Follette School grads are no exception. Our alumni have recently dived deep into the dangers of artificial intelligence, nuclear energy justice, and the Tariff Act of 1930.
La Follette School alumni make important contributions at many stages of their careers. Recently, our alumni have been recognized for their investigative journalism, their commitment to community building and social justice, and more.
Which alum was named a “Champion of Pride”? Who started a new position recently? Find out in this month’s alumni news.
La Follette School alum Shireen Ohadi-hamadani discussed health equity issues with students in the school’s latest Elevating Equity in Policymaking event.
La Follette School alumni are making a difference by serving important public service roles and presenting policy findings.
Through public service, advocacy, and sharing their story with future policymakers, La Follette School alumni are striving to create a more fair and welcoming world.
The La Follette School will be well represented at spring commencement this May, starting with keynote speaker Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
On April 5 and 6, Day of the Badger donors can help the La Follette School unlock an extra $20,000 generously donated by alumni.