La Follette faculty, staff, and students visited Epic Systems to learn from Epic leadership about data, health equity, and how electronic health records can improve health.
Wisconsin high school students visit La Follette through Senate Scholar Program
This spring, the La Follette School invited high school students to learn about public policy education as part of the Senate Scholar Program, an intensive week-long educational program offered by the Wisconsin State Senate.
Photo gallery: Tamara Keith visit and Alumni & Friends Reception
NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith served as the school’s spring 2023 Public Affairs Journalist in residence and gave a public presentation after the annual Alumni and Friends reception.
Leadership seminar brings together women leaders in government
The La Follette School and Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) assembled women leaders and La Follette faculty members to discuss leadership in public service, providing techniques for rising leaders to use in their careers during the annual WWIG Leadership Seminar.
Photo Gallery: La Follette Forum 2023
On March 1, 2023, national, state, and local leaders convened to share success stories in policy implementation during the fourth annual La Follette Forum: All Policy is Implementation.
La Follette visits Washington, DC
In January, students and staff from the La Follette School visited Washington, D.C., where graduate students had the chance to meet and learn from staff and alumni working on a variety of public policy issues at public, private, and nonprofit organizations
NPR’s Tamara Keith to speak about trust in media following alumni reception
The La Follette School is hosting NPR White House correspondent and PBS contributor Tamara Keith as its spring Journalist in Residence in March, with a public presentation on March 29.
Spring forum will address how implementation of public services affects trust in government
Forum sessions will focus on real-world examples of successful implementation strategies, with keynote addresses by former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and political commentator and former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry.
Paul Ryan to serve as Policymaker in Residence
Paul Ryan, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, will visit campus on February 22 to share what he has learned from two decades in Congress through class visits, meetings with students and faculty, and a public presentation.
2023 Salute to Government to include new La Follette Innovation Award
The 2023 Salute to Local Government will include a La Follette School-sponsored award recognizing innovative approaches to problem solving in state government.