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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.
Jamelle Bouie of The New York Times and Catherine Rampell of The Washington Post will join other experts on May 4 at the La Follette Forum 2022.
The La Follette School is fortunate to have Curt Culver on its Board of Visitors (BOV), a position he has embraced since 2015, generously offering his time and advice in support of the school.
On April 14, Princeton University Professor Anne Case will address the recent decline in life expectancy in the U.S. and the social and economic factors that are making life harder for the working class.
Leaders from local and state government and legislative offices engaged in two days of learning and discussion during the 18th Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) Leadership Seminar.
Nearly 300 policymakers, practitioners, community leaders, and researchers attended the second annual La Follette Forum on October 6 in Madison.
La Follette School Director and Professor Susan Webb Yackee is participating in WisPolitics.com’s annual Polling Summit on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021.