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.
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.
We’re hosting events across Wisconsin to examine critical issues facing voters in the upcoming November elections.
The results of the La Follette Policy Poll paint a revealing portrait of Wisconsinites’ opinions on public policy ahead of the state’s mid-term elections.
In July, La Follette School Professor David L. Weimer contributed to an article in the Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (JAMDA) that analyzes factors affecting the likelihood that family members will visit relatives in nursing …
La Follette School Professor Tim has worked in income and wealth policy to promote cross-national research on socioeconomic outcomes.
La Follette School professor Geoffrey Wallace passed away unexpectedly on July 16. Wallace’s contributions to the La Follette School were extensive and extraordinary.
Nemet’s extraordinary work on technological responses to climate change has already had a major impact on the field of climate policy.
Sarah Halpern-Meekin has been promoted to full professor. Her research on social poverty emphasizes the human side of public policy.