Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Michael Rodriguez's analysis of transportation projects helps various levels of government reduce congestion and environmental impacts.

Academic debate in the classroom wasn't quite enough, Lara Rosen found, a discovery that eventually led her to enroll at the La Follette School of Public Affairs to study social and urban policy at the state and local levels.

The La Follette School of Public Affairs and the University of Wisconsin–Madison European Union Center of Excellence sponsored a research roundtable exploring questions around urban mobility and the automobile of the future on October 7.

The questions "So what? Who cares?" are not evidence of indifference or despondency for student Rocio Sanchez-Moyano. Rather they are a challenge and an impetus to understand the greater implications of her work.

The different ways elected boards function never ceases to intrigue 2003 alum Sara Schnoor.

Reports on the fourth-year evaluation of school choice in Milwaukee will be released in Madison Wednesday, March 30, in a series of presentations from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pyle Center.
Reports on the third-year evaluation of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program will be released in Madison on Wednesday, April 7.

The generalist in Emma Schumann drew her to the La Follette School and its Master of Public Affairs degree, as did advice from a couple of alumni and a faculty members.

2008 alum Saul Wolf of the World Council of Credit Unions and Kristen Joiner of SustainDane will discuss "Engaging Policy in Non-Profit Arenas" at a La Follette School seminar on Tuesday, April 5, from noon to 1 p.m. in the La Follette School's conference room.

A 2010 report by La Follette School students informed recommendations made by a City of Milwaukee task force on the city's sewer system.

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