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.
Whether they are interning with high-level officials, getting elected to public office, or receiving prestigious fellowships, La Follette students are working hard to improve public policy.
La Follette School alum Shireen Ohadi-hamadani discussed health equity issues with students in the school’s latest Elevating Equity in Policymaking event.
79 students who received undergraduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin–Madison also earned certificates from the La Follette School of Public Affairs.
Are you interested in pursuing a career in the health sector? The La Follette School’s Certificate in Health Policy allows undergraduate students to gain critical knowledge and experience before entering the job market or graduate school.
Next month, the La Follette School will open to undergraduate students the application window for its new Certificate in Health Policy.
Seven UW–Madison undergraduate students received certificates in public policy from the La Follette School along with their bachelor’s degrees in December 2020.
Faculty, staff, and students welcomed the second Certificate in Public Policy class of students to the La Follette School on Oct. 28. The class of 127 students represents five schools and colleges across campus: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, School of Education, School of Human Ecology, School of Business, and College of Letters & Science. Student majors range from anthropology to zoology.