Opportunities across campus provide students with financial benefits, such as tuition remission, and hands-on experience.
Five La Follette School students share their experiences in public-policy internships.
Terrell was placed within the Montgomery County Department of Transportation Office of the Director and tasked with providing an original policy report for the Montgomery County Council.
The program provides students with a unique opportunity to fast-track their education, acquire professional skills, and begin a career in public policy.
This annual award recognizes an outstanding La Follette School student who plans to pursue a career in the health sector.
The La Follette community is excited to welcome 43 master’s degree students from this fall from all over the world.
To boost opportunities for undergraduate policy students, the La Follette School joined a national network of universities and colleges training undergraduates for careers in public service.
Our students are trusted voices on campus, in Wisconsin, and beyond.
As the president of the Campus Area Neighborhood Association, current MPA-MPH student Eli Tsarovsky has worked to open up conversations in Madison on licensing and affordable housing.
La Follette School students researched policy solutions to would reduce the urban heat island effect in the City of La Crosse.