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.
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.
Silver will share his expertise and experiences with students and faculty and will offer a public presentation on Wednesday, October 26.
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.
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.
The La Follette School has partnered with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and WPR to help focus news on top policy issues ahead of the Nov. elections.
In May 2022, scholars in economic policy and governance, speakers from private industry, and national experts convened to discuss American power, prosperity, and democracy at the third annual La Follette Forum.
Future climate leaders engaged in climate change simulations with the Wisconsin Energy Institute (WEI) at Madison West High School on April 26 and 28.
Last month, the La Follette School participated in its third session with the Senate Scholar Program, an intensive week-long educational program offered by the Wisconsin State Senate.