News: Agriculture and Food Policy
Three La Follette School students will talk about their internship experiences in an informal lunchtime session on Wednesday, September 7, at noon in the La Follette School conference room.
Pete Braden's life work is to bring an end to factory farming. "Industrial farms torture animals, destroy the land, spread disease and cause unnecessary human hunger," says the first-year La Follette School student.
Wherever life takes Erika Jones, she intends to always be involved in public service. Her training and experiences through the La Follette School are helping her advance her career interests in fostering stronger communities and public policy that supports sustainable agriculture.
The secret to greater government efficiency is program evaluation and performance management, believes Kristina Krull, whose interests have broadened during her three semesters at the La Follette School.
1995 grad Randy Romanski is the new secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
Logistics got in the way of Jonny Hunter hearing professor David Weimer explain to first-year students how to write a policy memo as part of the Professional Development Workshop.