Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
From regionalizing services to moving a baseball field to briefing the mayor on the 1872 mining act, alum Susan Parker has become an expert on many issues as the town manager of Crested Butte, Colorado.
Monday, 11 February 2013 00:00

Pfaff seeks to make people's lives better

Alum Shawn Pfaff got into the Fitchburg mayor's race because he wanted his city to open its first library after more than 30 years of discussion.

In a recent article on Madison’s diverse 13th Aldermanic District, The Cap Times highlighted the work of Sara Eskrich (MPA/MPH ’15), who has represented the district since April 2015.

Friday, 03 September 2010 10:53

Professors comment in media

La Follette School faculty are commenting in the media about federal stimulus dollars, teacher evaluation, property taxes and urban long-range planning.
Wednesday, 24 November 2010 10:43

Public managers to speak with students

Students will learn tricks of the trade from senior managers participating in a panel discussion organized by public management professors Donald Moynihan and Susan Yackee.
2009 graduates Seth Nowak, Gail Krumenauer and Kevin Luecke presented their public affairs workshop report to the City of Madison's solid waste advisory committee on September 3, 2009.

The City of Madison has new ideas from La Follette School students to help the city achieve the carbon and energy goals laid out in its sustainability plan.

Economist Andrew Reschovsky is participating in two conferences in June.
Economist Andrew Reschovsky made two presentations in March.
Andrew Reschovsky has spent his career exploring how tax policies affect individuals and the various ways in which state and local governments are financed. Although the government finance expert is retiring from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, his research schedule remains full.
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