Scholars, legislators, and community leaders met to learn about the latest research on the social impacts of tax credits.
Several alumni were elected to WWIG’s board of directors. Another alum authored a comprehensive report on racial equity in Dane County.
Working with clients, our master’s students apply skills and tools they’ve learned in political, economic, and statistical analysis on real-world projects.
On a visit to campus, former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan visited with students and faculty and shared his views during a public Q&A with La Follette School Director Susan Webb Yackee.
Public policy certificate alum Cameron Yonan spent the summer during their junior year participating in the Public Policy and International Affairs program.
Six La Follette School certificate students completed summer internships in Washington, D.C., as part of the Wisconsin in Washington Program.
Can you guess which alum won of the 2023 Kentucky Bar Association Writing Competition? Catch up on the latest updates in this month’s alumni news.
In a career spanning five decades, Smeeding contributed to understanding poverty and inequality, and how to design more effective programs to reduce them.
The La Follette community is excited to welcome 43 master’s degree students from this fall from all over the world.
The La Follette School Student Association is focused on fostering community, recognizing and highlighting student accomplishments, and providing support to students.