La Follette School Director Susan Yackee shares provides updates and priorities for the year ahead and shares how you can help.
Professor Manuel P. Teodoro of the La Follette School was among the College of Letters and Science faculty celebrated during its annual Investiture Ceremony on November 10.
New research from J. Michael Collins, Sarah Halpern-Meekin, and coauthors shows that mothers with low incomes have a strong awareness of credit scoring and hope to build credit to pursue their financial goals.
On a recent visit to campus, the World Bank’s Chief Economist, Indermit Gill, shared his thoughts on the global economy and development in Wisconsin.
Our alumni know how to make a stunning variety of policy topics accessible to the right audiences.
Students bring rich life experiences and training into the classroom, and in PA 974: Health Systems and Policy, this collective intelligence drives learning.
The first La Follette/Gladfelter Award went to the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families for their efforts to stabilize the child care industry and services during the pandemic.
During the spring semester, Professor Greg Nemet will serve as interim director of the La Follette School while Susan Webb Yackee is on sabbatical.
While learning to create change in their classes, our students are also engaged on campus and in the wider community.
There are many resources across campus to support students’ well-being throughout the semester and during finals.