Student journalist Haoyan (Ken) Wang covered efforts to get out the vote ahead of the November midterm elections for a class project.
Health Policy Certificate students have the opportunity to apply practical skills and knowledge gained during their coursework and develop skills in a professional setting through internships with the state legislature, nonprofits, healthcare organizations, and more.
The certificates allow students to gain critical knowledge and experience before entering the job market or graduate school.
Students in the La Follette School had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when they were offered the chance to meet with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
After a long two-year hiatus, UW–Madison policy students returned to Washington, D.C. this summer.
Working in teams, students produce research-based, analytical, evaluative, and prescriptive reports for clients.
This fall, the La Follette School welcomes 40 Master of Public Affairs (MPA) and 13 Master of International Public Affairs (MIPA) students.
Four UW–Madison faculty members discussed the ways that rapidly rising costs impact students’ lives during a September Cap Times Idea Fest session at Chadbourne Hall.
Assisting faculty members with research helped undergraduate certificate students Maria Manansala and Rachel Fedorchak build skills for their future careers.
The results of the La Follette Policy Poll paint a revealing portrait of Wisconsinites’ opinions on public policy ahead of the state’s mid-term elections.