Throughout its history, the La Follette School has embraced the Wisconsin Idea through research that informs better policymaking and by educating future policy leaders who have the skills to discover, critically examine, and preserve knowledge that will benefit our future society.
Three La Follette graduate students developed a database to help anticipate how long it may take for new climate technologies to scale up to levels necessary to limit climate change.
Opportunities across campus provide students with financial benefits, such as tuition remission, and hands-on experience.
147 new students joined the certificate programs in November, bringing the total number of undergraduate students enrolled to 470.
Five La Follette School students share their experiences in public-policy internships.
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.
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.