Leslie Ann Howard, a member of the La Follette School’s Board of Visitors, recently received the Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work’s 2024 Distinguished Alumni Award.
The prohibition movement may have led to increased longevity for those born in places where alcohol was banned, according to a study co-authored by Jason Fletcher.
Former La Follette School university services program associate Marjorie Matthews passed away unexpectedly in October. Members of the La Follette community remember Matthews as a truly unique person who had a passion for helping others.
The rate of development for carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies that could be critical tools to combat climate change is in line with similar technologies over the last century but outpaced by policy targets and industry projections.
By using advanced epigenetic aging techniques and new data from older adults, a team of researchers found that being deprived of a nurturing childhood environment is associated with accelerated biological aging at older ages.
Jennifer Abele (MPA ’01) has served Milwaukee in many leadership roles, including as leader of the Milwaukee Water Works and chief partnership officer for UW–Milwaukee.
Students, faculty, and staff met with La Follette alum Wesley Sparkman (MPA ’00) to discuss how to address racial, gender, and disability disparities.
Terrell was placed within the Montgomery County Department of Transportation Office of the Director and tasked with providing an original policy report for the Montgomery County Council.
The program provides students with a unique opportunity to fast-track their education, acquire professional skills, and begin a career in public policy.
La Follette School graduate students Awa Maïga and Dorcas Donkoh helped organize a community event for students from African counties.